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    Default winter jet skiing?

    anyone go in the winter?

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    Smile winter

    any time any where

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    Default Winter ride?

    We thought about going tomorrow, just to be the first ones on the water this far north but the weather isn't supposed to be very good... Oh well... Mike
    PKZ031-011400-
    STEPHENS PASSAGE-
    400 PM AST MON DEC 31 2007

    ...GALE WARNING LATE TONIGHT THROUGH TUESDAY...
    .TONIGHT...N WIND INCREASING TO 35 KT LATE. SEAS 7 FT.
    .TUE...SE WIND 35 KT BECOMING N 25 KT IN THE AFTERNOON. SEAS 7 FT
    SUBSIDING TO 5 FT IN THE AFTERNOON. SNOW IN THE MORNING...THEN
    RAIN AND SNOW IN THE AFTERNOON.
    .TUE NIGHT...SE WIND 25 KT. GUSTS TO 40 KT OUT OF INTERIOR
    PASSES. SEAS 5 FT. SNOW AND RAIN SHOWERS.
    .WED...NE WIND 25 KT. GUSTS TO 40 KT OUT OF INTERIOR PASSES. SEAS
    5 FT. RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS.
    .WED NIGHT...SE WIND 25 KT. SEAS 5 FT. RAIN SHOWERS.
    .THU...SE WIND 20 KT. GUSTS TO 35 KT OUT OF INTERIOR PASSES. SEAS
    4 FT. RAIN SHOWERS.
    .FRI...N WIND 25 KT. SEAS 5 FT.
    .SAT...SE WIND 20 KT. SEAS 4 FT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SE Mike View Post
    SEAS 7 FT SUBSIDING TO 5 FT IN THE AFTERNOON. SNOW IN THE MORNING...
    I would be sitting around the fireplace with hot chocolate

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    I guess you would need a dry suit for winter fun.

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    Talking Winter riding

    We wear drysuits year-round.....we spend quite a bit of time in the water (training, mostly) and the drysuits are the only way to go for us. I have two, a Kokatat and a Mustang. Personally, I like the Mustang better; it's more comfortable with the adjustable neck seal (the Kokatat has a latex neck & wrist seals). I've seen folks riding with wet suits and even street clothes; I can't imagine how they survive a dip in 45F. water...brrrrr. Weather looks breezy today, we'll see about going riding? Mike
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    Nice pictures
    Riding standups I wear my wetsuit all summer long but on warm lakes i wear my shorty.

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