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bergermaister
10-23-2015, 11:18 PM
Ok I know some of you southerners are still at it, but for the rest of us how many hours did you log in 2015?

This is one of the saddest days of the year here. Tucked away for a winter nap with only 28 more hours on the clock from 2014. Very weird year for sure...

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BamaMojo
10-24-2015, 07:43 AM
Right at 100 this year. 100 seems to by my number....


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mjr119
10-24-2015, 08:37 AM
I was at around 85 hours. We spent a lot of time on my buddy's mojo and my other buddy's SANTE. Next season I'll shoot to break 100. On what ever boat I buy before then!

jmvotto
10-24-2015, 09:00 AM
We got about 35 to 40 but split time on a mojo and tige this summer surfin

rdlangston13
10-24-2015, 11:42 AM
I think we ended up around 60 or 70. Didn't hit our usual mark due to flooding and the new family addition.

13mobiusLSV
10-24-2015, 12:42 PM
55 hours here with not being able to use it for all of August and September for a new job.

996scott
10-24-2015, 06:02 PM
close to 90 right now but hope to put on another 20 or so. Heading to Powell next week and then we pull the drysuits out. Best time of the year is just coming up.:p

Jordy Dag
10-24-2015, 06:27 PM
In northern Canada we only get a decent 3 1/2 to 4 months tops. Put 40 hours on my new to me Moomba, but next years goal is 60! Shes been asleep since Sept. 16th. It was a sad day...

smorris7
10-24-2015, 07:47 PM
150 hours. About our normal year. My 2012 Mojo has 500 hrs on her.


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DatTexasBoy
10-24-2015, 08:06 PM
Got mine on August 13th and have 50 already.

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jrobb
10-24-2015, 08:56 PM
got 53 this year before i hit a rock the first week in september. summer came to a quick end

sivs1
10-24-2015, 09:04 PM
About 71 this year. She's winterized but will get her out for a potential buyer.

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Kidder522
10-24-2015, 09:55 PM
Put about 60 hours on the new to us LSV. Winterized and tucked in for the winter. Can't wait for next year.


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viking
10-24-2015, 10:09 PM
right at 68 hours
Haven't winterized yet and it's sleeping in my heated shop. Hoping to get out one last time and hit 70 before I break down and winterize.
It's getting cold and don't think I can wait till thanksgiving sales to pick up a drysuit :)

Gabbyg88
10-24-2015, 10:15 PM
Great year! 58 hrs this year. Looking forward to next year already. I am starting my winter wish list of upgrades.
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jester
10-25-2015, 08:07 PM
[QUOTE=bergermaister;277938]Ok I know some of you southerners are still at it, but for the rest of us how many hours did you log in 2015?

This is one of the saddest days of the year here. Tucked away for a winter nap with only 28 more hours on the clock from 2014. Very weird year for sure...


Berg, Only 28 hours. That is not right. I still have my boat out. Let me know if you want to take a set or two.

Currently I have 75 hours (I think) but plan to get all 12 months of riding in. I know this is not a big deal for the people in the south or east but the rain has started out west so the last two months might be a little hard.

parrothd
10-26-2015, 01:30 AM
Somewhere around 150ish...:rolleyes:

philnizz
10-26-2015, 04:01 AM
i got my 2016 mojo by mid august. only had it in the water for one month.
in that time i banged 75 hours on my baby.

kriley
10-26-2015, 09:06 AM
198 hours and another few weeks of boating left!

5:00
10-26-2015, 09:27 AM
140 and put to bed on Saturday. Lots of plans for the winter, let's see if any of them get completed.

sandm
10-26-2015, 11:10 AM
approx 35hrs. all surfing for the most part. wakeboarding, the few times I did it, were behind a mondo.

boat- 2012 model bought in july just turned 105hrs this year. need a longer season and more riders :)

zabooda
10-26-2015, 11:45 AM
About 25 hours which is my usual. Up from 15 hours the last two season due to a lack of skiing because of knee surgery in 2013 and 2014. I skied about 10 times this year and it felt great so I look forward to next year.

dlowe
10-26-2015, 12:02 PM
115 hours year 1 in the new Mondo. We had 115 hours after 3 years in our old open bow. We only missed one weekend this summer - had a great year learning to surf.

kaneboats
10-26-2015, 12:25 PM
Right at 50 for me. Still only 299 on mine.

dusty2221
10-26-2015, 01:13 PM
Due to the flooding in our area we ended up with about 40 hours this summer. All 40 in one month right before selling. Normal is around 100 for us

That Guy
10-26-2015, 02:59 PM
Right at 50 for me. Still only 299 on mine.

How could you NOT run it to roll the big THREE ZERO ZERO?! I don't know if I'd have the self control, lol.

Just over 52 hours this year for us. Super jealous of the people getting that many hours in a month....do you guys even work?! :)

bluice311
10-26-2015, 03:22 PM
Only hit 15 hours. Floods shut down the lake and when it reopened the docks were closed, so we didn't get on the water until late July. Hoping next summer is much better!

JASONZ
10-26-2015, 03:37 PM
135 and we should get a few more trips in down here.

tnbrooks01
10-26-2015, 03:47 PM
About 155 hrs since April 28th. Still going for now.


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BobP
10-26-2015, 06:14 PM
21 I think for us, usually between 25-30. I wished we used it a little more, but having the boat on the water it's a just a matter of backing off the lift and ready to go, no need to drive to a riding spot. Also, when your main riding friends also have boats you have to split the time.

mmandley
10-26-2015, 06:19 PM
Not positive but I think we came in around 35 er so this year. Really low to our normal 75 per year.
Working Nights really killed my summer boating, plus my crew is getting older and working M-F jobs so they are only getting out on Sundays.

smorris7
10-26-2015, 07:58 PM
Not positive but I think we came in around 35 er so this year. Really low to our normal 75 per year.
Working Nights really killed my summer boating, plus my crew is getting older and working M-F jobs so they are only getting out on Sundays.

Dude. Time to sell the Mojo and get a pontoon boat! 35 hours??


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mmandley
10-26-2015, 08:27 PM
Dude. Time to sell the Mojo and get a pontoon boat! 35 hours??


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I was on the boat a LOT but the engine wasn't running LOL. We only had crews on Sundays mostly rained over Labor Weekend. Just busy this summer =/

viking
10-26-2015, 10:38 PM
I was on the boat a LOT but the engine wasn't running LOL. We only had crews on Sundays mostly rained over Labor Weekend. Just busy this summer =/

Oh I hear that. This was a decent year for us but last year sucked weather wise. And the J O B always seems to get in the way. Wait till you have 3 kiddos to start chasing around. To get close to 70hrs for us everything had to be perfect all summer long. Didn't hurt that we had a new boat to play with :)

gpd005
10-27-2015, 10:55 AM
we hit 80 hours this year, that's down from our normal, but with a two year old on the boat most of the time I was really happy with that. Been tucked away for a month now. Spending a week on the water racked up almost 25 hours in one week, that was a blast! Our goal is always 100 hours but it seems to be tough to get.

mmandley
10-27-2015, 04:36 PM
we hit 80 hours this year, that's down from our normal, but with a two year old on the boat most of the time I was really happy with that. Been tucked away for a month now. Spending a week on the water racked up almost 25 hours in one week, that was a blast! Our goal is always 100 hours but it seems to be tough to get.

We always shoot for a hundred as well. Whats weird for us is July is the hottest month of the year for us, the water is always warm but we actually clock the least amount of hours.

We get good hours at LBC on the 4th, good hours at WTW end of the month, but it always seems family visits in July and we do 1 day a week on the water because they of course want to see Oregon sites. We tend to put the most hours down in June and August.

wolff supra21v
10-27-2015, 05:24 PM
We also shoot for 100 hours a year but the last two we have been on the low side. I would say we logged about 30 hours.
1. With 3 kids (10 months, 2years and 4 years old) it is tough to get on the water.
2. We bought a new house and had to fix and sale the old one. (it was suppose t close the 15th did not happen now suppose to close next Monday and now the bank called today thinking they are going to have to move it to Wednesday) I want to tell them to go to hell but we are getting a good price and it really is getting to the wrong time of the year to have the house on the market.

On of the biggest thing for us has been friends flaking out I pulled my boat to the boat ramp 3 times this year to have my crew back out last minute plus other buddies having there boat already in the water with there crew back out. halfway through the year we quit taking our boat and just rode with them.

kpanderson07
10-27-2015, 05:38 PM
Got my boat mid-July and came in just under 30 hours. Never got on the water after Labor Day.

trayson
10-29-2015, 12:45 PM
I was on the boat a LOT but the engine wasn't running LOL. We only had crews on Sundays mostly rained over Labor Weekend. Just busy this summer =/

If you wouldn't have cancelled your plans to hit up LBC on Labor Day you would have gotten plenty of ride time. We had one passing shower and the whole rest of the time it was fantastic on the water. We got some of our best water conditions ever that weekend.

trayson
10-29-2015, 12:48 PM
I'm honestly not sure how many hours we put on the boat this season (not winterized yet). My hour meter on the dash went kinda wacky and I don't know...

But it's got to easily be 75+ for us.

mmandley
10-29-2015, 11:33 PM
If you wouldn't have cancelled your plans to hit up LBC on Labor Day you would have gotten plenty of ride time. We had one passing shower and the whole rest of the time it was fantastic on the water. We got some of our best water conditions ever that weekend.

I cancelled the trip because of Weather conditions not Water conditions.

Air temp was not going to that warm up there, myself and the crew don't exactly like to wear jackets or wet suits in September. Plus everyone in my crew Surfs so its not like I am the only one who gets wet and is cold after, the entire crew gets cold.

Plus they were calling for mid 30s at night, hate me or criticize me but after the last 2 years when the temp dropped below 40 I got stress cracks at my rub rail. Not about to risk that again for a 3 day mediocre weather weekend.

Ohh yea did I mention no campfire at night? After a long day on the water nothing beats a big fire to sit by sipping a Margarita and making smores.

Lastly everyone that was supposed to go up except you cancelled, so that kinda tells me I wasn't alone in my thinking.

That one weekend wouldn't have put that many hours on my boat, 12 tops.

I am glad you got to enjoy your weekend and had great water.

BTW Hagg was empty, water temp was high 70s, so not exactly a complete loss, and it only cost me $7 to get the boat to the lake.

Crane man
10-29-2015, 11:49 PM
Had baot delivered, 102 miles from dealer, on August 24th. Had break in hours by 29th. Hit 21 at same time prop hit a floater end of labor day weekend. Did first service and tucked it away with 28 hrs.

trayson
10-30-2015, 01:52 AM
I cancelled the trip because of Weather conditions not Water conditions.

Air temp was not going to that warm up there, myself and the crew don't exactly like to wear jackets or wet suits in September. Plus everyone in my crew Surfs so its not like I am the only one who gets wet and is cold after, the entire crew gets cold.

Plus they were calling for mid 30s at night, hate me or criticize me but after the last 2 years when the temp dropped below 40 I got stress cracks at my rub rail. Not about to risk that again for a 3 day mediocre weather weekend.

Ohh yea did I mention no campfire at night? After a long day on the water nothing beats a big fire to sit by sipping a Margarita and making smores.

Lastly everyone that was supposed to go up except you cancelled, so that kinda tells me I wasn't alone in my thinking.

That one weekend wouldn't have put that many hours on my boat, 12 tops.

I am glad you got to enjoy your weekend and had great water.

BTW Hagg was empty, water temp was high 70s, so not exactly a complete loss, and it only cost me $7 to get the boat to the lake.

Sounds like you made the right decision for you, your boat and your crew.

I was just sayin' it wasn't nearly as bad as you made it out to be. lots of shorts/shirts/shirtless/bikini weather.

And believe it or not, 5 out of the 6 of us were playing behind the boat. 2 ski/wake/surf, 2 surf/wake, 1 surf, and only 1 that was simply chillin'. As much as I make it sound that way, it's really not just the "Trayson Show" these days.



Back to the original topic, I honestly wish I knew the # of hours... But I'm pretty sure that I'm over 100 since I got it in late September 2014. Definitely a banner year. Love me some Moomba V-drive goodness!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jason05216
10-30-2015, 12:08 PM
We put on about 50 hrs this year. Several of those were spent tied up at the dock with the engine running trying to find the source of the whine in the stereo while the engine was running. Glad I finally got that one solved!

Ironcross25
10-30-2015, 04:44 PM
Had a little over 20 on the old outback before she was sold and the mojo came a board in mid June. Didn't really keep track. I know it's over 50. The hours aren't visible on the dash screen so I don't really keep track. As long as I'm on the lake I'm good.


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2012 mojo

bergermaister
10-31-2015, 09:49 AM
I'm hoping in 2016 to double what we did in 2015. My wakeboard never even touched the water this year. The ghetto gate never came to fruition. And the sad thing is we had one of the earliest and warmest summers ever in a long time. Rivers and lakes were a bit low but there was water to be found if you were motivated.

icemanftr
11-05-2015, 11:04 PM
Up to 160 on my 2013. Not as many this year just because me and buddy split time between our boats. 3rd year now so not too shabby for our short summers in PNW, I don't care for wetsuit weather. Lol


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jtatexc
11-06-2015, 02:47 PM
I think for the year I was about 75 as the first half of summer SUCKED for colorado. I did however log 38 hours from mid August to now only being able to ride weekends on the new craz which made me happy

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BrettLee3232
11-06-2015, 04:03 PM
125hrs on my mondo. Started boating in March when I took delivery. Trying to do at least 1 more trip maybe 2 😁


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iwaterskihard
11-10-2015, 10:55 AM
80 hours so far on new boat in 3 months
160 hours on previous boat - SOLD

Not a bad year so far. Will easily top the 100 hour mark before Christmas

New Guy
11-10-2015, 05:44 PM
162 total on the '14 Mojo and 86 so far this year in Wisconsin. I'm hopping to get out on Thanksgiving before the Packers/Bears game. For a Wisconsin season I am stoked to put that many hours on. Next year with the little one I have a feeling the hours are going to be down.

rdlangston13
11-10-2015, 06:48 PM
162 total on the '14 Mojo and 86 so far this year in Wisconsin. I'm hopping to get out on Thanksgiving before the Packers/Bears game. For a Wisconsin season I am stoked to put that many hours on. Next year with the little one I have a feeling the hours are going to be down.

Just gotta get one of those door way bouncy swings to hang from the tower. That's my plan!


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JASONZ
11-24-2015, 08:20 AM
Just about to hit 150hrs with the final ride scheduled for Friday after Thanksgiving.
It's been a great season :)

Rickdr
11-25-2015, 01:19 PM
I put in 58 hours this season. Once the kids left for college, the time on the water was reduced drastically. This was the first year with the boat.

Rolf
2003 Moomba LSV

northern mondo owner
02-27-2016, 07:15 PM
New Mondo 2015. From Wisconsin and put on 194. Wrapped up the year on the TN river in Chattanooga. That last pull down and back to Chattanooga was not fun but well worth it when we got on the water. You southern boys and gals are lucky down south when mid October the water is still 78 degrees!