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Chris Christenson says that if he was stranded on a desert island and could only have one board, it would be one of these fishes. More versatile than your average fish, this works well in decent swell as well as your summer mush.
There's the regular wider fish outline, with the bulk of the foam forward on the board making it a great paddler. Low, sharp rails provide added bite and rail sensitivity. The tail is what Chris calls a "twin pin", as it is effectively just that. A double pintail that in effect creates 2 pivot points, creating hold in steeper waves and really allowing you to push off them through turns without spinning out. (All too common on many wide tail fish boards). A deep single concave runs between the fins and right through to the tail, channeling water in between the fins for extra speed and drive.