Wake Surfing is thirsty work

Author: Mick Slattery   Date Posted:25 September 2016 

A day spent out on a mates Master Craft wake boat was super fun. This was my first time wake surfing so started on a 7'8" Surefire Slayer Mk IV Bat Tail Stand up paddle board which was super fun and you could ride the wake without getting tired but the bo

A day spent out on a mates Master Craft wake boat was super fun. This was my first time wake surfing so started on a 7'8" Surefire Slayer Mk IV Bat Tail Stand up paddle board which was super fun and you could ride the wake without getting tired but the board was just too big to pull any radical moves.

My next attempts were on my Surefire 6'2" Crank Surfboard which could do some quick tight turns but you needed to keep pumping to stay on the wake so my legs were burning in no time.

This short video was near the end of the day and the beers were flowing, so the boys tossed one to me too.

 


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