Boat Tip Tuesday: How to Keep Your Water Chop-Free For Water Sports
If you’re into boating and water sports, you know how fun it is to have a smooth, calm body of water to play on. Having a glassy surface makes performing your cuts and tricks easier, while also allowing you to have more confidence to try new tricks. Plus, after pounding through heavy chop on a kneeboard, wakeboard, or slalom for a few minutes, you’ll feel like an arthritis sufferer.
What if you could find out how to help make your water chop-free with one simple boating technique? Impossible? Nope.
How Do You Help Keep Your Water Chop-Free?
So, what’s the right way to pick up your fallen rider?
- Stop – As soon as your rider falls, immediately stop your boat.
- Wait – Wait a few seconds for your boat to come to a full stop.
- Turn & Idle – Once your boat has stopped, slowly turn your boat around and idle back to your rider.
If everyone on the water performed this simple technique when their riders fell, it would be a whole lot more fun for everyone on the water.
Spread the word and help us stop the chop to create a chop-free future!
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