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Our Goal as a Wakeboard Instruction Company is to develop our clients riding skills to the best of their ability through well taught fundamentals and encouragement. Whether you are a seasoned professional or new to the sport, we have coaches and lesson plans for every ability level.

So-Cal Wakeboard Instruction started 18 years ago through a necessity. Since the sport of wakeboarding at that time was still relatively new in the Southern California Area, and still is, coaching for eager riders was very sparse. Being that our beloved sport grew from the offshoot of waterskiing, many of our instructors have two-fold experience in these water sports backgrounds. One reason I feel we have such success with our riders is because our coaches have a true love for the sport of wakeboarding.

Making sure that we have a diverse group of coaches on staff helps to insure that we can always relate to each different rider’s abilities and learning needs. Thanks to all of our time this year behind our 210 Super Air Nautique from California Correct Craft, we were honored to have several students and coaches from our program qualify for the National and World WWA contests. Jacob Valdez, 2004 National and World Junior Boys Champion made the podium in 2005 by finishing second in the boy’s division, as well as in 2006, where he won the WWA national title, and placed second at Worlds.  Eddie Valdez, one of the west coast’s premier young rippers qualified for the Jr. Men’s Pro Tour and placed sixth at the WWA Worlds in 2006.  Many of our coaches have done well at the local, as well as national and world levels in the past few years also.  Erica Burk took home the Canyon Lake Open Women’s Series Title in 2006, 3rd in 2007, 2nd in 2008 and the Amateur Women’s WWA National title in 2005 and placed second in 2006.  Brent Baum finished eighth at WWA Worlds in 2004, second in the Canyon Lake Series Men’s Open division in 2005 & 2006, and finished 3rd in the 2007 season, and rode in WWA Nationals and qualified for Worlds in 2006.  Brent also took home the wakeskate title in 2008 for the Canyon Lake Wakeboard club series and won the 1st stop for the No Fear W2W contest series in the Pro wakeskate division. Noah Petrich rode well at WWA Nationals and also qualified for Worlds in 2006, and Damien Klass finished an impressive second at both WWA Nationals and Worlds in 2006.  The So Cal Wakeboard Instruction Staff always backs up their great coaching with exceptional riding every season.                        


Between our private home lake and local public lakes, it seems that we can always find epic water conditions along with warm temperatures no matter what time of the day or season of the year. Calm conditions and state of the art equipment help to accelerate the learning curve, allowing riders to focus on future goals.