Winching needs a lot of preparation and time, but it's so rewarding in the end. I had to hit some spots three days in a row to get the shot how I wanted. I was coming through a narrow walking path between houses and had the kicker placed in on the right. I had to ride as close as I could to a fence on the left side, with a quick last second edge to launch on top of a ten-foot high wooden hand rail on the balcony of a house with a close out. At first it was good, but the weather was horrible to film so we left it for the next day. When I came back to ride it the next day the kicker was out of place because the water level had came down, and a fence had popped up and was pushing it to the middle. I had to set the kicker further out and start all over again. After hitting it a couple of times it wasn't really working out because I couldn't edge hard enough to really get on top of the rail. I had to move the direction the winch was pulling to be more towards the house, but it made it much more dangerous to run into the close out section at the end. We passed the rope through the top of a tree and it pulled me right on top of the rail. It was a hard battle, but we got the shots and I was super stoked on the results. Once it was set up perfectly, Ian wanted to give it a go but got absolutely punted when he didn't go high enough to reach the rail. He ended up hitting his hands on the porch before clipping into a fence in the landing. He walked it off with minor injuries to his hand, and we decided to call it off there.