Monday through Friday you grind through the week and everywhere you go there seems to be a constant reminder that someone else is getting out on the water but Friday evening finally rolls around and you wind up exactly where you want to be on this day we had local San Antonio writer Jacob sack and mule out on the boat with us I met Jacob out of the Texas ski ranch and our schedules finally worked out to where he come out and get on the boat and even surprised us this day by bringing a two-page spread from launch wakeboard magazine to my brother from way back in the day dude what here's that from from that's like 96 it's got air on the cover ya know it's 97 97 so the last name misspelled yeah Bri spell misspell in that last name let's see oh yeah it's VA right PE AR see back in the millenium days man yes you do [Laughter] after reminiscing in the past for a few minutes we got underway battling our way north through the usual lake traffic to pick up some more friends once on the north end the lake we picked up my buddy CP Hudson his wife Betsy daughter Ella and our good friend Jacob contract with our crew complete it was time to get on the water [Applause] now we're not one to go look at the trouble on the lake unless it's catching a toe side edge on a weak jump or completely over rotating a role to revert but sometimes whether you like it or not trouble comes and finds you now I'm sure this lady meant no harm but she probably had no idea that all it took is a split second to create a disaster so after repeated polite attempts to wave her off we had to turn things up a notch to get the point across a few tense words definitely got our point across and with that she went one direction and we went the other but every action has an equal and opposite reaction about 20 minutes later when we had a downed rider in the water these two guys showed up on their jet skis busting our boat and our rider pretty closely it was a really weird experience to see two guys on jet skis just present our boat and trying to give us a hard time without ever saying a word to any of us I think all of us in the boat was just dumbfounded by the whole thing so we just watched them on their water scooters rough up the water and eventually they got tired of it and took off back to the north end of the lake and with that we just kind of shook our heads and got back to having fun we read that night too the last rays of sunlight peeked over the horizon and despite that incident we all had a pretty good time that day so with the fading light we decided to call it a day and head on home thanks for watching everybody if you like what you saw here today hit that like button if you want to see more hit that subscribe button so you don't miss anything also click the link above to check out my buddy Jacobs YouTube channel join us on the next vlog where the crew tries to learn how to foil board and try not to kill themselves in the process till next time see you on the next vlog

Wakeboarding Weekend Warrior Vlog The Friday Night Sessions: The Jet Ski Incident

8 thoughts on “Wakeboarding Weekend Warrior Vlog The Friday Night Sessions: The Jet Ski Incident

  • July 31, 2019 at 8:10 pm
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    Do y’all live near Texas ski ranch north of SA?! Or were y’all visiting and travel a lot?

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  • July 31, 2019 at 8:10 pm
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    It's too bad that a few Jet Skiers create a bad image for all. I used to have a jet ski to ride behind until I got spoiled on the big wakes of a wake boat. Whenever I had the jet ski out for wakeboarding or just riding around, I always instructed anyone I let drive to stay as far away as possible from any other boaters, not just the legal distance. The careless jet skiers do not realize that they create issues for themselves in the form of additional PWC regulations. I am probably in the minority of people who dislike that PWC's have additional rules compared to boats just because there are a lot of PWC operators that don't know what they are doing or are careless. Any machine or vehicle is only as safe or dangerous as the operator.

    When doing video for wakeboard tournaments at Fort Fremont Marine, there are many pontoons, fishing boats, and I/O boats that have no clue that a tournament is taking place and they speed right through the tournament course without slowing down at all. This is just as bad as a careless jet skier.

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  • July 31, 2019 at 8:10 pm
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    G*d damn smokers man.

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  • July 31, 2019 at 8:10 pm
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    soo many professional shots I find it so hard just to fly drone in one day. was this was two different trips?

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  • July 31, 2019 at 8:10 pm
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    Real nice edits… man PWC people SMH.

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  • July 31, 2019 at 8:10 pm
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    we had a few close calls with jet skis this year, one time I was surfing with the music up, didn't have a clue until I heard the loud thump of his hull landing a jump off my wake about 12-15 feet to my left and slightly behind.  Had my head on a swivel the rest of the day.  Nice video as always.

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  • July 31, 2019 at 8:10 pm
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    This was excellent! Love the mix of boat and drone shots. Koncak's crow mobe was sick; so glad I got to see that first hand.

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  • July 31, 2019 at 8:10 pm
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    Love all of your videos🤙🏻🤙🏻

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