ok, so my buddy has a jetski and we've been taking it out a lot lately...got a tow rope and started towing on open water..was wondering if anyone knows of beaches where your allowed to tow in to waves...i know the waves are small and crappy, thats why i'm trying to make something out of them, and hopefully train for cortes or jaws while i'm at it
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Thread: tow surfing
Aug 24, 2008, 02:11 AM #1Member
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Aug 24, 2008, 02:19 AM #2
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- Lewes, DE
you need to check with your local laws about water crafts near the coastline. In Maryland, there is a law that the watercraft needs to be 200 yds from the beach, swimmers, or any structures.
We have towed, however, in desolate areas where we were unlikely to get caught by the coast guard.
I think if you wait til the guards go home, or winter, you can tow when ever and where ever you want. A friend of mine does that.
Aug 24, 2008, 02:59 PM #5
go like right south of south bethany no lifeguards and no one is really ever there especially now main summer season is ending except a few fisherman.. also do you use foot straps?
i'm pretty sure it is not legal, but there are miles of untracked beaches