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    lunch trayz

    anyone ever bodysurfed with one? i am not spending $40 plus on a handplane. i wonder if this is effective. actually, who cares, i'm gonna try it anyway.

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    I've still got one of the original plastic "hand planes" from back when they were called "hand guns". I got it for free from a company trying to drum up interest. Pretty fun. I think a lunch tray would be hard to grip.

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    never used one in the water, but if you have a a front wheel drive car get two from mcdonalds or somewhere and drive the back tires onto them, pull the parking brake and ensue fun parking like spinning and donuts

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    handplanes cost all of nothing to make yourself... I used a skateboard deck I broke in half and shaped it down to a plane with concave that lifts you out of water when you get going. used a old leash tat broke as the handle.. screwed it to the board with shallow screws. Only broke it out a few times but do remmeber having a blast with it one day with pounding clean shorebreak.

    Make one...itseasyyyy

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    its harder to do it than it looks, the tray is a bit awkward, but a few session it gets a lil easier

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    I started off with a broken skateboard deck too. deff. the way to go. Eventually I went ahead and dropped the bucks on one though. No need to get an expensive one. Grab one off amazon or something.

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    I remember back in the day seeing Eric Anderson (former boogie God of the late 80s early 90s) at the 14 St Pier in VB doing like 360's and sht on a Micky D's tray he got at the restaurant right there. If you don't weight much it's easy and fun.

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    I found a frisbee at duck pier and caught some baby waves last century.