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wood butcher wannabe

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Hi,

I have made one board successfully - a 9' something surfable SUP. It works but as is to be expected there is a bit of learning on a first build that shows in the results. I would like to make a second board just to see if I can make it better than previously, though I don't wish to do the same thing again. I am on the maximum length of board for storing and maneouvering it into the garage so was thinking something smaller for a second one.

I like the idea of doing a fish because of the split tail - it would make it quite different to what I have and a different element to attempt.

Does anyone have any plans for a Fish around the 6' mark they would be happy to recommend and share please?

My weight is 73kg (ish) so if it would be an issue for bouyancy on a board that size then please let me know.


Tue Aug 30, 2016 7:40 am
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wood butcher wannabe

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I've decided to go for Rick's / Charlie's Plankih Whale - not a fish but a bigger criteria for me is knowing that it's a design that works. Charlie seems happy with it.

http://www.grainsurf.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=5710

Mine will be hollow wood though as opposed to compsand.


Sat Sep 03, 2016 7:19 am
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