It may just be a ditch to some people. But if you happen to show up to this bad land ditch with a playboat then get ready for a ride. To sum it up… this is probably the fastest wave you will ever surf. The speed of the water and the steepness of the wave lead to potentially huge air.
The M-Wave will give up blunts, back-stabs, air screws and out of control spins. This wave is not only for surfing, but is also a great launch ramp to learn downriver wave moves on. Aeriel kick-flips and pistol-flips are just a few of the possible downriver moves. Sound amazing? Well, get ready for the eddy lines and reactionary waves because they are a man-made vortex of water that just wants to toy with you. Top that with concrete walls that extend into those eddies to make this one intense wave. As Cruise Quenelle says, “It’s game on from the time you launch off the bridge till you get out of the water.”
While you are surfing the fastest wave around you might as well experience what it’s like to go the fastest you will ever go in your kayak (unless you are Andy Corra). Drive up canal and put-in just before the road leaves the canal and begins to climb. The put-in is at the top of the forever low angle slide. This slide terminates in a hole that in most cases you would not touch with a ten foot pole. In this case you are moving so incredibly fast that you just skip over the hole. I’ve seen people get flipped over and still get sent right though this giant hole. The ditch run ends at the wave. Don’t forget to throw a kick-flip on the way off the wave.