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    Absolut insane jetski driving !!!

    Now this have to be the most extreme/insane/dumbass driving I've ever seen


    http://youtube.com/watch?v=HQEcBDiakMw
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    that is pretty nutty, but if you have rode it a lot, I am sure you know all the twists and turns.

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    I hope he has a fortified bottom deck. But I ride a similar creek on my lake a lot. That one had some tighter areas than mine, but similar. You just hope no one is coming from the other direction.

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    Poor ski... But if you can afford buying a new one every time it's wrecked, then fine by me

    If a got the hold of a very cheap small ski, then it could be fun trying what he's doing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trond View Post
    Poor ski... But if you can afford buying a new one every time it's wrecked, then fine by me

    If a got the hold of a very cheap small ski, then it could be fun trying what he's doing
    Yeah, I always thought of getting a cheap ski, fortifying the bottom of the hull and putting a screen over the intake area to ride in tight, shallow creeks. It would be a blast.

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    Frank and I have done creeks like that That reminds me of the old boat roads at Caddo, Frank. Nothing like passing between two trees with inches to spare at 60 MPH

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    Estero Bay is full of mangrove trails that are much better than these.
    About the best fun me and my friend ever had on our couches was flying into the trails full speed. After a while you know every turn so WOT is no problem. If you do wipe out mangroves tend to slow you nice and gentle like but tent to leave nice scrape marks on body and hull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boris View Post
    Estero Bay is full of mangrove trails that are much better than these.
    About the best fun me and my friend ever had on our couches was flying into the trails full speed. After a while you know every turn so WOT is no problem. If you do wipe out mangroves tend to slow you nice and gentle like but tent to leave nice scrape marks on body and hull.
    found that out at stjohns to

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    that was pretty sick, how shallow and narrow was that, almost looked like a dirt bike trail at some points

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    Nice jump off of a log!

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