Learn how to wakesurf
In this “how to” series we are going to provide some guidance for those wanting to learn the art of waksurfing. This tutorial is largely geared for kids but the same principles apply for adults.
For wakesurfers, you want to be right at, or possibly just behind, where the wake is curling over. If you’re too far in front of the curl, you’re in front of the sweet spot. If you’re at, or slightly behind, the curl, you can easily shift your weight forward or even pull yourself forward into the sweet spot. You should buy a surf-specific rope that will give you about 15 feet of length to work with, although you’ll likely only need about 10 feet. Follow the link here to continue reading http://www.tige.com/blog/post/wakesurfing-tips
Here is a great video tutorial demonstrating how to teach a small child.
We sell Tige boats here at Lynnwood Motoplex because we feel the brand offers the best possible wake for riders of all ages. Here is another article direct from the Tige blog to help you with your wakesurf set-up. http://www.tige.com/blog/post/wakesurf-setup-by-wake-surf-austin
Below is a great print article from www.wakeboards.com that covers everything from board choice, boat selection, proper weighting and driving the boat. Wakesurfing is becoming a common sport that is fun for all ages and if you haven’t tried it you’re really missing out on some fun. We call it the endless wave!
Learn How To Wake Surf
We will have you wake surfing in no time! Wakesurfing is one of the most exciting new water sports. Since a boat can provide you an endless wave on which to practice and hone your skills, wakesurfing is rapidly becoming one of the most popular board sports for inboard owners around the globe. No longer is surfing relegated to only coastal areas. Wake surfing has unlocked a new water sport for anyone with access to water and an inboard boat. Continue reading
We hope this collection of “How to” tutorials helps you get up to speed in no time when the sun shines and boating season calls your name.