Is This The Most Rippable Boat Wake in the World? | SURFER X Mastercraft Boats

Back in November, a leaked clip from a shoot we were doing with Mastercraft started to sprout up all over the internet. It featured Dylan Goodale transferring over the hip of a boat wake, lofting a huge, stylish frontside reverse. Goodale’s aerial performance took place during a strike mission to a lake in Parker, Arizona, where we wanted to test out Mastercraft’s new X-24 wake surfing boat—equipped with their fun-inducing Gen 2 Surf System—to find out how feasible it is to score legitimately rippable waves behind the motor of a boat. We took Goodale, Frankie Harrer and Noah Wegrich along for the ride, and once the crew got their footing, we surprised them with a second trip to Lemoore, CA. Kelly Slater’s Surf Ranch? Nope! We took them to a secret spot twice the size of and much wider than the Surf Ranch. That was when things really started getting interesting. The film above is a comprehensive look into our inland excursion and some of the fun-loving moments we spent on this boat. For a cool 125K, this too could be yours. Now all you need is a lake. Oh and by the way, that Lemoore location is currently under wraps.