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kitstocks 08-05-2005 8:56 AM

Any girls out there that wakesurf?

ladyboarder 08-05-2005 9:41 AM

Me, sometimes... its a good way to end the day or deal with rough water. <BR>Pic... <BR><a href="http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a144/Tiffanator/Tiffany%20Wakeboarding/tiffsurfingsm.jpg" target="_blank">http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a144/Tiffanator/Tiffany%20Wakeboarding/tiffsurfingsm.jpg</a>

ladythump 08-05-2005 9:55 AM

yup, another one right here.

caco 08-05-2005 10:55 AM

I wakesurfed a couple of times... at my skill level, it is nice &amp; relaxing after a run.. I like it.. why do you ask ?

psych3060 08-05-2005 4:36 PM

We used to do it a lot more when it was blown out. It's alright, but when you live 10 minutes from the ocean...wakesurfing, not so fun!

08-05-2005 6:39 PM

i have a pic from the first time i tried... i've finally gotten to throw the handle, but the longest i can go is 57 sec.. (hey i wa timed).. ai'm working on it though!! \newurl <BR><img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/195511/245133.jpg" alt="surfin">

hypo303 08-06-2005 7:34 AM

I surf also....we spend so much time <BR>trying to get our wakeboard runs in that <BR>we haven't had time to surf lately, but <BR>I love to wakesurf at the end to the day. <BR> <BR>Wendi

08-08-2005 10:46 PM

I love to wakesurf i hurt my knee at the first of the season and haven't been able to wakeboard at all so i just surf it doesn't hurt. Right now i'm trying to sit on the board and control it with my butt and feet.

lambertn 08-17-2005 7:44 PM

All i do is wakesurf, i prefer it over wakeboarding. its not so stressful on the body, doesn't hurt when you fall, and i love being able to talk to the people on the boat while i ride. <BR> <BR>

08-17-2005 8:32 PM

Hey courtney we have the same board.

girlwhoboards 08-25-2005 2:59 PM

me <BR><img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/195511/250130.jpg" alt="">

wakeslife 08-25-2005 6:10 PM

Kim, what boat were you riding behind in that pic? The wake looks pretty sweet.

girlwhoboards 08-25-2005 6:25 PM

Thanks...it's my neighbors supra on lake wa and here's his blurb from last year: <BR> <BR>"I bought a 2002 model year Supra. Awesome wake, PerfectPass, heater, shower, integrated ballast (1000 lbs), tower (w/ lights and speakers), dual battery. Some pictures here: <BR><a href="http://www.supraboats.com" target="_blank">http://www.supraboats.com</a>" <BR> <BR>And here's a little info about how they tend to weight their boats down too: <BR> <BR>"Hi Fred, <BR>You wanted to know what we're doing with all that lead you sold us. I've loaded 16 bars (about 900 lbs) into the back corner of the boat. I also have another 200 lbs of water ballast in the corner, with 600 lbs in the center of the boat. The result - a wake big enough to surf on. <BR> <BR>P.S. Anyone wanting to purchase lead ballast for your boat - Fred will deliver to your home and has great prices: <a href="http://www.robbinsmetal.com" target="_blank">www.robbinsmetal.com</a>." <BR> <BR>of course this is in the seattle area but i'm sure they could ship or suggest other places to get the lead bars. <BR> <BR>it's a pretty sweet wave and my other neighbor has a mastercraft that's weighted similairly...they like to out do each other's wakes but there are other factors too...like speed, keeping the boat curved to the direction of the rider and everyone (including driver) on that side of the boat too. <BR> <BR>you surf?

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