So if you’re like me, the chances are you don’t always have the best conditions to go for a wakeboard set. It can be windy and rainy. If so, here are a number of tips to help:

1. Use the entire lake – the chances are there is always a spot on the lake that isn’t as choppy.

2. Shorten your rope – this helps you avoid the wake curling over on you.

3. Do your easiest tricks first to get used to it.

4. Down wind is easier than up wind.

5. Be safe!

Hopefully this videos helps you to wakeboard in rough water. It’s important to be careful and be safe, the last thing you want is to get an injury. Lastly, remember, any wakeboard set is better than no wakeboard set! Thanks for watching. David