i plan on doing that, thanks!!!
As Quickbeam suggested a qualified instructor can only do you good.
One thing I found that helped me at the beginning was keeping the ryhtem
and don't let the board lose momentum while paddling through the wakes.
I was anticipating getting hit by the wakes and was setting my self for fall.
Instead, I started powering through the wakes keeping the board moving forward.
Sure I went in many times but quickly it became a thing of the past.
Just make sure that when you're about to go in, embrace the fall and don't try to hang-on
just to avoid falling on your board or paddle and break something.
Another suggestion is looking into getting a good fin. If you're using the same fin that
came with your board, chances are it's a very basic fin and may not serve you well.
at least that was case with my board that had a cheap plastic fin. After upgrading my
fin, the board felt much more stable. There is ton of information here in the forum about