When it comes to wakesurfing there are very few rules.
1. Safety First! Only surf behind an inboard boat (we prefer Nautiques but about any inboard will do). The prop is way under the boat and you would basically have to be some sort of magician to get to it. Wear a CGA Life Vest. Although wakesurfing is about as safe as it gets for "towable" watersports- the unexpected can happen. Wear a Life vest. And the unexpected is virtually eliminated. Use a spotter. The more weight the better when surfing right? Remember to stay inside the boat though when spotting too- those sweet seats on the rear of your jetboat are not meant to be used while the boat is moving- its illegal save yourself the ticket and stay in the boat where it's safest.
2. Have fun! Wakesurfing is one of those rare sports that is pretty social. Talk politics, life, love, tricks, or enjoy a tasty beverage while you ride. Unlike wakeboarding or waterskiing you can get advice- give the old "watch this" to the boat, or just enjoy some laughs. Rider and passenger interaction not just encouraged but expected, and should be rewarded with high fives and smiles or any other creative gesture he or she can come up with.
3. Use the right tool for the job. Not sure what board is right for you? Not sure if you can surf behind your boat? Not sure your wake is big enough? Not sure why you can't drop the rope and find the sweet spot? All good questions- And all things we can help you with. Next time you are out and about- come poke your head in our pro shop. We will get you dialed.
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