Posted by Spalding Hurst

November 6, 2013

thejohnwebster:

Connor Herdt flying off what is considered one of the biggest boofs along the North Fork of the Payette. We spent a half day at this particular spot in the rapid S-Turn. Lap after lap Connor was trying to correct and perfect his boof stroke and then once the light came out he owned it. There was a nice slit of light that hit him and his boat which makes him pop. This boof is around 5 feet high, some have even mentioned how when they land they feel like they hit the rocks below the surface. 

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