Last tuesday i cycled to the beach to test a new board i had lying around for some time, the FISH. It's pretty heavy and is a twin fin. I like the look of the oldskool fishes, so i stayed close to that when i made the board.
There was hardly any wind, and we had the occasional big rollers from the stormy days before. They broke on the outer sandbar and i struggled a bit to cath them (i managed to get a few befor my legs cramped). So probably i need to shape up and get some bigger legs and fins ;-)
Or a bigger board (hmmmm what can i make next) :D
The wooden fins that i glued on fell off while surfing the hollow (and shallow) beachbreak, so i screwed on these great alloy fins that mer Brett "SURRFOILS" send me some time ago. Thanks Brett!
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