So there was a recent post on slalom misconceptions. I looked about a bit in the forum, and yet to this day I think there is not any agreement (and maybe there does not need to be- maybe wing angle is the least thing of concern) as to what to do with wing angle as the water warms up. Bringing this up as we had a real warm up here over the past week. A friend surprised me with a photo from the temp in their boat gauge at a man made lake, water temp was 72 deg last week while we are skiing 12 deg less than that water temp.
Is cold water slower? So, warmer water= add wing angle as in 0.5 deg? Or set the wing in cold and let that be it (I think I saw that last fall something about some guy who skis in Indiana or the like).
Or perhaps take the wing off and set the fin correctly? Just threw that in. There may be a place in the forum that covers this already. Yet I do think it is an area of misconception.