Originally Posted by Bugman Jeff
Two of my three big crashes were low altitude tip stalls. It took me awhile to figure out what the minimum speed was when coming in for landing. At first it was a bit counter intuitive to have to speed up as I got closer to the ground. I actually just did it again last week, but fortunately it was only about 3' up so instead of rolling and diving, the wingtip just hit the ground and stopped the plane without any damage.
Yep ! I come in under power ! Dive down about 4 feet off the dirt,get her level cut power,hit flaps (if you have them) and flare just a bit with elevator. Keep it level,if you run out of room power up and go around and cut power a little sooner. never try to turn while that close to dirt and no power , you can use rudder to make minor adjustments