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Old                05-31-2001, 11:53 AM Reply   
I have the Raley down pat and can take it very big, but for some reason I'm afraid to even attempt the hoochie.
I'm feeling pain more now that I'm closing in on 30, and I still vividly remember a lot of pain learning the raley
behind an 18' Glasstron with no ballast and no pylon. Sure, my problems won't be the same this time out, but
any info on how to pull this move prior to me taking it to the water would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Old                06-01-2001, 8:33 AM Reply   
Come in a little softer than your raley, a little more on top af the board instead of way behind it. Still get a strong load. Edge through the wake. Get the grab FIRST, then let it go back. Trying to just grab a raley is alot harder, too much whip. Pulling a Hoochie in is a little quicker since you arent so laid out. Good Luck, Jason

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