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hunter660 08-12-2009 4:32 PM

I bought a HL Broadcast and I've been out on it 3 times now. I feel like I have pretty good handle on surfing without the rope. I can throw it in almost immediately after getting up, ride up and down the wake, near and away from the boat, and even ride up to the swim platform and get back in the boat. What's next? I'm having fun now, but I know there is more to it than this.

masonwakerider 08-12-2009 6:07 PM

slash spin slide air handstands, possibilities are endless. watch some internet videos and you will be inspired

gunz 08-12-2009 6:32 PM

Click on DJ James profile,and watch one of his vids to be truely inspired!

ragboy 08-12-2009 11:29 PM

Heres a bunch of videos, pay attention to the 201 series on learning new tricks. <BR> <BR><a href="http://www.youtube.com/wake9tv" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/wake9tv</a>

tonyv420 08-13-2009 11:59 AM

watch James Walker on the you tube. He is truely one of the best in the country. possibilities are endless

hunter660 08-13-2009 7:47 PM

Is my board choice going to limit what I can do? Will I need to remove the large center fin to be able to spin the board?

ragboy 08-14-2009 12:17 AM

Board choice will limit, yes. You want to get a board that is not just a beginner board. You want to stay away from most of the big manufacturer boards like hyperlite, cwb, etc. <BR> <BR>Walker Project Bullet is intermediate to advanced, Comp X is more intermediate, and a good board. <BR> <BR>Inland surfer sweet spot is nice, or blue lake for more mellow and larger weight riders. <BR> <BR>SMED wombat is a very good intermediate board. <BR> <BR>There are many others.

joeshmoe 08-14-2009 10:33 AM

Jon, also learn how to ride goofy

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