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Old    Carrie Littlewood (hyprlightborder)      Join Date: Apr 2004       12-25-2004, 7:44 PM Reply   
I just wanted to see what everyone thinks about all the different wakesurfs and what you like so it can help me decide which one to buy ?
Old    buttskimmer            12-27-2004, 7:08 AM Reply   
The larger the surfer the easier it is to ride, but bigger sizes limit tricks. The opposite is true of smaller boards. I learned to surf on a landlock. Its a bigger board and let me get the feel and riding without a rope. You can take the fins off and do some spins, but flipping that big board could be painful. I now own an Inland surfer - Chubbie. One of the smallest boards avaible.
From what I have read - all the trick surfing is now being done with skimmboards. They are even smaller than my Chubbie. Guess it depends on what you are wanting to accomplish.
~S~
P.S. Really like the Inland surfer - yellow looggie.
Old    air_sv211            12-28-2004, 6:00 AM Reply   
Ride the big wave, get a CWB Tsunami.
Old    Sue (malibu)      Join Date: Sep 2004       12-28-2004, 5:44 PM Reply   
It depends on the size of your wake. If you have a V-drive you can ride one of the small boards. If you have a direct drive with a smaller wake you may need the longer board to ride with out the rope.

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