Kayak xxx

One other thing, 2nd hand boats always retain a lot of their value so even if you find its not for you a year down the line, you should get back most of what you paid so pretty low risk really. Well my answer is yes/no and maybe :-) I am not a WW kayaker generally, I started off kayaking by playing on the waves using short playboats.

For me the playboats gave the stability to learn to play in and on the waves with some confidence then over time frustration set in as I was not getting the most out of the waves.

I dont get out as much as I would like as I work normal patterns which means that I have little flexibility, where as others get out more often as conditions can be reacted to.

So I would love to get out more, but you will kick yourself when conditions are good and you dont have a surf boat as the pleasure of getting a couple of great runs keeps me hooked, till the next time, even though I am still learning its wonderful when it goes right.

If you do get one, which you should if you are even halfway serious about truly surfing (not just spinning about in the soup), be prepared for a steep learning curve.

I know guys who've had litteraly decades of WW experience, who assumed they could paddle anything, who have given up on surf boats because they couldn't rip it up on their first (or even twenty first) sesh.

Ice fishing continues to be the main show, and the upcoming rain should alleviate most of the snow cover.

To answer your question though, yes, you should get a surf boat if you want to surf, if you want to carve powerful turns on an open wave face there is no better boat for the job.The Embarcadero Center, BART Station, and North Beach are within a 7-minute walk, and guests can hop the California Street cable car as it travels right past the lobby.: Very nice hotel, probably standard for this class, the Omni was well situated for easy access to Chinatown, the financial district and not too far from shopping and the waterfront. I appreciated the advice from the doorman and concierge. They all were super helpful and went above and beyond to make our stay comfortable.Hi all I have been thinking for a long time about buying a surf kayak.The only one that will fit me is a megatron or maybe a banshee.

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Think I want a kayak for surfing just to get me out more in a boat and love the surf as I also kiresurf how often do you all get out surfing how big and clean do you need the surf befor you can have a good time just don't really want to get something I'm going to find I can use a few times a year I have always surfed playboats and river boats in the surf, and had a few proper surf boats too..

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