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I was wondering if there was a good way to practice your boof as mine is less than stellar ( besides on big manky holes)?

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Yes. See the CKS's catalog wavesport article on how to improve your technique. The catalog is free.

Way to general of a question for me to respond here, since there could be essays written on the subject. However, going over a lot of rocks, and landing in eddys is a good start.

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