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Old     (surfdad)      Join Date: Sep 2004       05-03-2006, 4:37 PM Reply   
Back, what 2 weeks ago now, I was fortunate enough to do a quick clinic at the Moomba Jamboree. As part of that, Inland Surfer was kind enough to provide a board for teaching.

The blue room was the board of choice, it allowed me to teach folks that had never wakesurfed before how to free ride behind a boat.

The boat we used was a Moomba Outback, without a tower and only about 1,000 pounds of ballast. The location, Lake Louisa has an average depth of 8 feet. Typically not considered to be the best of conditions.

As you can see from the attached pictures, newbies and experienced folks alike could ride the Blue Room pretty easily.

The 3.25" Future Side Bites allowed the board to be broken loose, but only when you wanted it to happen, so less agressive riders found the board stable and easy to ride.

Many PROPS to Inland for the board for the clinic and for being such a large part of the success of that event.

Oh and check the color of the water! Only in Florida. :-)

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