You need to hang on with two hands and stay on your edge all the way through the wake.
1: start about 10 - 12 ft from the wake.
2: turn and slowly start to drift into the wake with both hands on the handle and slowly building your edge harder as you get closer to the wake.
3; your hardest edge should be right on the wake.
4: as you come off the wake you should still be on your edge. you want to push off the wake with both legs and look over your lead shoulder and give just a "very little" tug on the handle with both hands towards your lead hip.
5: keep your eyes open and watch for the water.
6: spot your landing bend your knees and squeeze the handle tight with your hands and ride away
post a clip when you land it
Brett Brinkerhoff firstname.lastname@example.org