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Old     (phathom)      Join Date: Jun 2013       06-30-2013, 2:27 PM Reply   
Hi, I'm new here and new to wakesurfing. I'll give you a little background first.
I'm a 28 and a bigger guy, about 5'11-6'0" and about 230-240lbs.
I have wakeboarded casually for the last 14 years, normally about a dozen times out a year, within the last 6 years, only been out once or twice a season. This season I have been getting out a lot more and it's just the beginning.
This year I was introduced to wake surfing when my friend bought a 92 Supra Sunsport. We go out at least once a week, if not more and go wakeboarding and wakesurfing.
We are surfing on a Broadcast 4'9 and a Fish 5'6.
We have the stock under seat ballast full as well as a fat sack on the rear floor, port side floor, and one in the bow. I believe we're about 1200lbs of ballast total.

Anyways we both new to the sport, he's been doing it a little longer, but I would like to get some pointers and advice from people who have been doing it more and can offer some sage wisdom in my direction.

Here is the youtube video of me yesterday. I was riding the Fish 5'6 and we had one person in the stern port seat other than the driver.


 
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