Thursday, July 20, 2006


fish: 5´5´´ ; flat bottom to sligthly "v"between fins (4) to flat; semi flat deck; rounded 60/40 rails, boxy ones last 1/4 ; tail 10" tip to tip;


Blogger Above the City said...


I shaped a similar 5'6" with the same rails throughout. Not as nice as that one but it came out fun.

Love your site.

9:05 AM  
Blogger clayfin said...

the distortion from the lens makes it look like you have no curve in the tail section of the template.

Can you ship that thing up to San Diego when you're done??

9:45 AM  
Blogger reverb said...

...Clayfin, yes, but may be I ll post(I dont have a camera..)a couple more shoots to view this part ...may be Ill go to S Diego and glass your log..ha ha

...above the city...thank you

4:52 PM  
Blogger Realeza said...

hmmm.. another one bitten by the fish bug...

i hope(and judging by your skill with the planer i would say you shall indeed) you like the board. the rail desriptions are very similar to what i'm doing, and i get good feedback. wish i was still nearby to take a closer look....


5:25 PM  
Blogger reverb said...

well, just received an email from a surf shop to buy boards, and they do
not want fishes, eggs, bonzers, etc!!
"...only generic white boards......blah blah.."

kind of square []

5:35 PM  
Blogger Before Sunrise said...

Fer, I don't know about surfboards, but nice arm hahaha

5:48 PM  
Blogger reverb said...

...BF, well...when I posted the pict my eyes went to
the watch in the arm...

5:55 PM  
Blogger Before Sunrise said...

I was just joking Fer... ;-)

5:57 PM  
Blogger Before Sunrise said...

Fer, Louise and I are waiting... MSN messenger...

6:01 PM  
Blogger Louise said...

Hey, c'mon!!
We want to talk with you!!!

6:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

sweet fish, i have one similiar to that, but it's a bit bigger. (a 6'1, fun, but a bit too big for me, i could do with a 5'5-5'8) what instrument do u play?

8:39 PM  
Blogger reverb said...

...Solosurfer, I play mostly strings instruments...mainly the guitar

10:33 PM  
Anonymous miles said...

i'm 6'0"
170lbs and i ripped a 6'2" or a 6' in highschool - for 15 years SINCE then i've been on a 9'6" G&S - but i want a shortboard again now - i'm thinking 5'10"? how lo-down can you go with this man? it looks to me like some people are skipping out of tubes on skimboard noses

9:56 PM  
Blogger reverb said...

well may be is better to go easy...

but normally the fishes are between 21´´ to 23´´ wide...and with a 21/2 to 3´´ thick...

so floats

1:04 PM  

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