Fish


    I’ve always enjoyed shaping and riding fish ever since I shaped my first one. They have a very positive feel, and are very efficient boards when it comes to harnessing speed down the line. They are also great travel boards due to their proven versatility in many types of waves. 

I may play around with the bottom contour depending on the length and wave type of wave in mind, but generally I put double concave to single concave on these boards, which creates an effect where the tail rocker increases giving the board a lively feel and providing tons of release off the top. The flat deck and beak nose helps to retain a little bit more volume throughout. I find these boards to be the perfect balance between a cruise oriented board, and a performance oriented board. An essential part of a surfer´s quiver. The fish that I shape are available as a twin keel fin, or a quad fin variation.

I can shape these as long gliders or mid-length boards upon request!

   

Photo: Luke Williams

Photo: Luke Williams

Photo: Nolan Sullivan

Photo: Nolan Sullivan

Photo: Nolan Sullivan

Photo: Nolan Sullivan

Photo: Caitlin Shaw

Photo: Caitlin Shaw

Photo: Miles Jackler

Photo: Miles Jackler

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