by Jay Carroll
these samples of my Photography.
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Jay Carroll 2002
is freeriding behind a balasted Wakeboat at slow speeds (9-14 mph).
tow line is used to get up out of the water and started on the steep wave just
behind the Boat. Once "locked in" the tow rope is tossed inboard and
riders surf on a endless wave only to stop when they wash off or until the boat
runs out of gas. The Boats are specific Wake boats with rear platforms and direct
submerged drives so the propeller is under the boat so the rider cannot get munched.
You can surf on just about any thing, traditional surfboards can be used but smaller,
tougher specialty wake surf boards are best. They range from really small 3'-5'
trick boards (like skim boards with small fins) to more traditonal surf-like 5'-7'
boards with Classic pintail and squashtail lines. Surfs up! anywhere!
love Surfing you&the
yyooyWaves like this&t
thitehbehind a Wake Boat !
Piearcy Shred's Folsom Lake, California on a 6' Shred Stixx
Cobe Mikacich surfs 360 aboard a phaze 5 on a small
lake in Florida
thiteFind boyancy- Lake Folsom
Mr ShredStixx, Jerry Price tests his new FishStixx at Lake (point) Yosemete, CA
First time Surfers
and seasoned Waterdogs all find they cant surf enough!
Lyman&the goy yooyKeith
Lyman&t taot hiteCobe
find that Wakesurfing is a great way to stretch and wind down from a day of Wakeboarding
Jsurf any where!, Surfs up,
Lake Teleco Tennesee
Lots more to come....Go
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