Christenson Fish Review

What the Christenson Surfboards site says about the Fish:

‘Still probably the most versatile design of all surfboard craft. If you were stranded on an island for the next 10 years and were only allowed one board this would be my recommendation. Tested from Cardiff Reef to Ulu Watu, Waikiki to Pipe, this is a very trustworthy design. Double foil fins with low cant and toe complemented by the twin pin tail allow this board to reach high speeds and insure hold whenever on the rail.’

Image Source: ChristensonSurfboards.com

Image Source: ChristensonSurfboards.com

Image Source: Surf Rack

Image Source: Surf Rack

What people are saying about it:

I was drawn to this board because it looks so good, and because i’ve always wanted to try a twin keel fish. I’ve realized that Keels are not exactly my style of surfing. They go down the line smoothly, but not the best for turning, cutbacks, and hitting the lip (as expected). Takes the right wave and right surfer in my opinion.” – user raphshoppingspree on Surf Rack

There is nothing fishy going on here!! Pulled in tail with a concave down the middle, wood keels and modern rails? High line speed to put you in the place!” – Billy Watson on Facebook

Can’t wait to shred it!” – Matt Mcphee on Facebook

It’s the perfect intermediate-and-up substitute for potato-chip-thin thrusters.” – outsideonline.com

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