The Boardrack Briefing (Ep.2): The 5’10” Fetch Fish10 . 08 . 19
In the second episode of our Boardrack Briefing series, James talks about the smallest fish model in our range of hollow wooden surfboards, the 5'10" Fetch.
The Fetch is a classic fish outline developed from the first wooden surfboard that James constructed. A classic fish at sub-6’, it is a higher volume surfboard to improve paddling speed and facilitate catching waves, and has a fairly straight rail line through the middle of the board and a pulled in, more progressive tail template and flat rocker for speed once up and riding. A classic small to medium wave board, we recommend twin keel fins to give you a fast board that turns on a dime.
We'll be filming and posting new episodes on the different models whenever we make a new board in the rack, until we've covered all fourteen surfboards in our range. We'll post them here and on our social media channels, but you can also subscribe to our YouTube channel to get notified as soon as they go live (and it's always nice and very helpful to receive comments on YouTube). If there are points that James doesn't cover or other things that you'd like to know then please let us know so that we can build them in to future episodes. Enjoy!