Les, I was where you were at, last year, and I've got the same problem toe side this year. Here is my heel side story. Keep in mind I'm an old guy who only practices once a week.:
After conquering the fear of charging the wake I learned to just use speed to smash into it and I'd make it w2w but with no height. My buds were laughing at the lack of height but still clearing. I then slowed down and learned to jump one wake using rope tension and leg push, landing in the middle. I practiced this over and over until it felt natural to take the slow approach to the wake. This taught me to get height to my jumps using a load technique. Then I shortened the rope a lot and came in with the same slow approach and I was clearing W2W with a short rope. Once I was confident I could do it in my sleep at that rope length I'd let out one more link and repeat the process. I learned to cut out a little further and use a little more speed at each rope length. It took my first real season to get this down.
Now that I'm older this physical stuff comes to me a lot slower than when I was younger, and this is frustrating. I'm dealing with it.
Anyway, I'm now doing the same learning technique for toeside jumps. I've gone thru the one wake jumps and started clearing shorter rope lengths. I'm now up to 70' @ 23mph with my goal set at 75'.
Let me know if you'd like to know more or if you have any specific questions. I'd be glad to help.