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  1. #1
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    Default Anyone ever surf doubles?

    tried to with my newphew, but i didn't have a second rope.. trying to get up grabbing onto a tube tow rope hurts... lol!

    I want to try it eventually though/
    2006 Moomba Mobius LSV
    Lake: Rice lake, Ontario
    Stereo: Kenwood KMR-550U
    Ballast: 750 Surfside locker, 400 Surfside mid boat, 400 Gravity I, 400 Bow
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    If you're from the area and want to surf, send me a PM!

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    Default Anyone ever surf doubles?


  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by brain_rinse View Post
    I've done that. What about 2 boards.
    2006 Moomba Mobius LSV
    Lake: Rice lake, Ontario
    Stereo: Kenwood KMR-550U
    Ballast: 750 Surfside locker, 400 Surfside mid boat, 400 Gravity I, 400 Bow
    Surfboards: Inland Surfer Red Woody, Triple X Composite X 58"

    If you're from the area and want to surf, send me a PM!

  4. #4
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    Default Anyone ever surf doubles?

    Yeah but not much fun with a short pocket

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    Quote Originally Posted by brain_rinse View Post
    Yeah but not much fun with a short pocket
    True enough. Pocket always seems bigger when I'm driving then when im surfing.
    2006 Moomba Mobius LSV
    Lake: Rice lake, Ontario
    Stereo: Kenwood KMR-550U
    Ballast: 750 Surfside locker, 400 Surfside mid boat, 400 Gravity I, 400 Bow
    Surfboards: Inland Surfer Red Woody, Triple X Composite X 58"

    If you're from the area and want to surf, send me a PM!

  6. #6
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    I've always wondered if the front rider would be destroying the wave too much for the one behind. I've seen it on youtube but never in person.
    Old enough to know better, young enough to do it anyway.

    2001 MobiusV

  7. #7
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    Default Anyone ever surf doubles?

    The girls pulled it off this weekend and would even switch who was in front & who was in back while surfing. As one went up to the top of the wave, the other shot down. I'd love to share the video, but the go pro decided to take a close up of the lake bottom.
    Drew
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  8. #8
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    Default Anyone ever surf doubles?

    I've seen someone on the front wake (normal surfing wake) and someone on a regular surf board (ocean surf) on the second wake (like 30+ feet behind the boat) and I imagine someone could surf the third wake with an ocean long board 7+ feet long.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfeman131 View Post
    The girls pulled it off this weekend and would even switch who was in front & who was in back while surfing. As one went up to the top of the wave, the other shot down. I'd love to share the video, but the go pro decided to take a close up of the lake bottom.
    Time to go scuba diving!

    I think that we could probably surf doubles on my buddy's F23 tomcat with retrofitted surfgate. we'll have to give that a try next time.
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    I've tried a few times on a '14 G21. I'm 6'3" 240lbs and I was on a 5'6" LF Fish with my buddy who's 5'10" 185lbs on a Ronix Carbon Skim. We never could go completely ropeless. The front rider's board wash always boogers up the wave and the back guy can't let go. The front rider also has to ride right on the swim deck. Two smaller/lighter people could do it with large enough boards. Wasn't a whole lot of fun.
    2007 LSV

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