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  • #46
    that looks pretty fun iggy. where is it at??

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    • #47
      deep in the wilds of canada..........

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      • #48
        Originally posted by Chris View Post
        that looks pretty fun iggy. where is it at??
        Habitat 67, St Lawrence River!!. Main wave, levels still not at optimal, it hasn't been that good the whole year due to very little snow the previous winter. But now fall is coming and the other wave will come up!!!

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        • #49
          How long do you surf each wave? Do you just surf it till you push it too hard and fall, or till you get tired? Is it a long walk back up the river when you fall? How long are your sessions?

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          • #50
            Crazy, CA never gets good without a crowd!

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            • #51
              Originally posted by csarqui View Post
              How long do you surf each wave? Do you just surf it till you push it too hard and fall, or till you get tired? Is it a long walk back up the river when you fall? How long are your sessions?
              He have sort of self imposed a 2min rule on the wave when the wave is medium crowded (around 10ppl in the lineup ) and around a minute and a half when crowd gets bigger than that.
              At this time of the year when people start getting scared about the cold, you might stay as long as the next person allows you to stay an even share the wave if the other one does not mind.
              With time we have realized that after a minute or so you get already pretty tired and it's time for the next one to come. Personally, around 2 years ago I managed to surf the same wave (on and off) for 47min, and I had to bail cause somebody else showed up and it was time to share the love.
              The paddle back is not as bad as you would think, takes less than 7mins to paddle back to shore through the current.
              The only downside of fresh water is that it freezes and that's the reason why we stop surfing the river between late December and mid May...we don't want to ding the boards with the icebergs floating downstream!;)

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              • #52
                Thats sooo hardcore Iggy...seriously.

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                • #53
                  Attachment Naaa just a different approach!! ;)
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                  Last edited by iggy; 11-13-2012, 10:48 PM.

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                  • #54
                    I want to see some pics of some rail grinds on those bergs ...dogtown style...now that would be hard core !!

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                    • #55
                      Wow! That's so cool. I would love to try it.

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by FW - Fan View Post
                        I want to see some pics of some rail grinds on those bergs ...dogtown style...now that would be hard core !!
                        JAAJAJA agreed!!, if anybody has a spare board for a test!!!;)

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                        • #57
                          spare board? between you, fazza, and chris you have PLENTY to choose from! :)

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                          • #58
                            jajajaaja1!! but I wouldn't put one of mine through such trauma!!! ;)

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                            • #59
                              Use Chris's then lol

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                              • #60
                                Ditto!! :)

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