Perhaps I'm too spoiled on good water, but we have minor tree protection and our lakes tend to get pretty breezy during the spring and fall months. While I realize all water time is beneficial in some way, I'm curious where others draw the line and decide to wait for better conditions to ski?
Daryn Dean - Lakes of Katy, TX
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How much wind is too much? 80 votes
I don't let wind of any velocity or any direction get in the way of my training
15-20mph+ down the lake prevents me from skiing or shortening the rope beyond my comfort zone
15-20mph+ across the lake prevents me from skiing or shortening the rope beyond my comfort zone
15-20mph+ in any direction and I'm taking the day off