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Old     (monkey)      Join Date: Oct 2002       08-18-2009, 5:19 PM Reply   
I mean no disrespect to those of you who are working to perfect your rail-grab, wake-to-wake jump or 180's and absolutely have to have glassy water to pull things... nor do I mean any disrespect to those who just want to cruise behind the boat with no rope, so your hands will be free to hold that beer, but I'm really only interested in the opinions of those who have advanced beyond the basics at both sports, push the limits, and have opinions as to which is more challenging, which is more fun, and why. The previous thread I read and posted on turned into a pissing match, but it occured to me by looking at people's profiles that the strongest opinions came from people who had the least to back them up with.

http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/65919/712117.html?1248281447

Let's start over. If you know and love both sports, and have actually spent enough time at them to advanced beyond the basics, what are your thoughts on the challenges and fun factors of each?

 
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