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Old     (chopper515)      Join Date: Mar 2005       06-10-2006, 4:41 PM Reply   
I just started wakesurfing and i'm hooked. I am 6' 230lbs and I bought a hyperlite broadcast 5'6". I have a 98 Malibu Sunsetter VLX with a 350lb sac in the back corner and a 750lb sac to put on the side seat if we donít have enough passengers. My wake is decent. I can ride the Broadcast fine with no rope pretty far back, but I think it is a little big for spins. I want a more maneuverable board so I can start to attempt more advanced tricks like 360's. I'm considering the Inland Surfer Yellow Loogy. Will I be able to stay in the pocket with this board at my weight without too much effort (more than the Broadcast)? Wakesurfing Magazine claims a max rider weight of 300lbs for the Loogey. At first I was considering the Blue Lake or Red Tide but I donít think I want another big board. Any additional info on boards for riders of my weight would be appreciated.

 
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