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Topic: Lake Surfing with a 6'-4' can it be done help?
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Topic: Lake Surfing with a 6'-4' can it be done help?
Views: 1111 Replies: 3

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Dan

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Lake Surfing with a 6'-4' can it be done help?

Is their any one who will take this crazy kook under their wing
I'm from the chicago area I'm stoked to give this a try
I'm 30 and been skate boarding and snow boarding all my life
If some one could tell me about the winds how long the waves are up. How long should I wait before giving up and of coure our beloved men blue ,and will it rock in april
                           Thanks Looney



By:

Mr Miagi

RE: Lake Surfing with a 6'-4' can it be done help?

Danielson ,i wil take you under my wing ,but first you have to hammer a nail in one strike, wax on wax off, andpaint my shitter than you will be ninja surfer we go to tough guy dojo and open ca off wupass!

By:

Mr miagi

RE: Lake Surfing with a 6'-4' can it be done help?

but seriously, dude it sounds like you better forget about your 6'4" and buy a big ass bic so you can learn how to surf first for at least a year it takes alot of experience to surf a small board like that on a lake wave let alone any wave!!!  ive seen many people try to surf a small board and give up because they had no balance and could not get up TRUST ME !!! plus you will have 1000000000 times more fun on a bigger board because you will learn faster and be able to surf on much smaller days



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