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Surf Tips For Beginners: Riding a Fish Style Board

October 24, 2014 2 Comments




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mike
mike

April 06, 2017

started 1964, longboard, 70s had a 6’10" herbie fletcher glassed in fins fish?swallow tail ,whatever concave nose most the kick in the tail ,very little in the nose flat deck thick, widest area 3/4 of the way from tail, just a little wider than the boards of that time ,worked best 6 to 8 foot beach break ,into about 2 or 3 feet of water (very hollow), it was the only herbie fletcher I ever saw that was built like that,and it was opaque white !!!! RAMBLINGS OF AN OLD GEEZER

lyn kaleiohi
lyn kaleiohi

August 04, 2016

From living on the west coast not currently living on the east coast. This would be something that could work better with the small mushy waves we have here . Thanks for sharing with the world ! You guys are great !aloha and Mahalo !

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