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Old     (surfdad)      Join Date: Sep 2004       07-06-2005, 8:35 AM Reply   
Ok, I've read so much about adding more ballast to be able to surf. Bigger wakes are not necessary, as evidenced by this picture. This is an unweighted Tige 23V. Notice my son on the left side of the picture surfing in the wash.

tandem

It does NOT require huge wakes, if you aren't able to surf, your board isn't suitable for your skill level, or your position on the board is wrong. Please, read the next post...let's get more folks surfing and enjoying the wakesurfing experience.



 
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