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Title: A local fish
Post by: couchpotato23 on December 27, 2018, 09:43:28 PM
So - I'm looking to delve into the world of a twin fin. Something on the classic side, shorter and full of speed. I'd consider myself proficient on your standard thruster. I'd like to support a local guy so some opinions on the local shapers and their take on a classic fish would be much appreciated! Glass on fins, that sorta deal. Anyone and every shaper from NY to NJ! I saw a really sweet josh hall twin keel but at 1300$ it's a bit outta the price range...


Also any other tips you can throw out my way would be cool, typically my shortboards are around 5'10 30ish liters, I'm a short 5'5 and have always heard ride a fish shorter than you! Sizing, rocker profiles, anything! Thanks!
Title: Re: A local fish
Post by: Mayday on December 28, 2018, 12:34:53 AM
Contact tim stamps. What youíll save in tax youíll spend on shipping. But youíll be pumped. Donít hesitate his board prices are below store retail by far. 


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Title: Re: A local fish
Post by: Ryan on December 28, 2018, 01:09:01 PM
Stamps is a great shaper and class act, so is Stretch. Been super happy with both shapers and havenít had the pleasure to deal with anyone local but Fly but that had to be 20 years ago.
Title: Re: A local fish
Post by: ArchySwashbuckle on December 28, 2018, 07:59:18 PM
I love my fish that Joe Falcone made me. It's a traditional San Diego style keel yet mine with a bit less foam in the nose. Feels pretty much perfect for our steep beachies, good for everything 2'- OH
http://www.falconesurfboards.com/ (http://www.falconesurfboards.com/)



Title: Re: A local fish
Post by: nydubstar on December 29, 2018, 09:59:24 AM
joe falcone and petro would be worth speaking with...
Title: Re: A local fish
Post by: couchpotato23 on December 29, 2018, 10:13:21 AM
Anyone have any knowledge on the jersey guys too? Mencel, DaveySky??
Title: Re: A local fish
Post by: SeaCliff on December 29, 2018, 09:04:13 PM
Anyone have any knowledge on the jersey guys too? Mencel, DaveySky??


Rozburn.


Check out the S Curve: https://rozbernsurf.com/boards/ (https://rozbernsurf.com/boards/)
Title: Re: A local fish
Post by: Kawika_42 on December 29, 2018, 11:53:49 PM
Brian Wynn. Heís responsible for the #2 & #3 entries on my personal ďbest fish of all timeĒ list. The only one ahead of him is Rich Pavel.
Title: Re: A local fish
Post by: frontsidecrotchgrab on December 31, 2018, 12:04:05 AM
Iíve also heard Wynn makes awesome fish. Been thinking about ordering a twinzer from him
Title: Re: A local fish
Post by: nose_manual on January 03, 2019, 08:29:07 AM
First, kudos for looking for a local shaper, someone who can tailor a San Diego design to NY waves.  Though he's not "local" local, Larry Mayo makes great fish for east coast conditions, and great boards in general. 


http://www.mayosurfboards.com/ (http://www.mayosurfboards.com/)



Title: Re: A local fish
Post by: Kawika_42 on January 07, 2019, 09:55:16 PM
Iíve also heard Wynn makes awesome fish. Been thinking about ordering a twinzer from him

Canít go wrong w/ that...Wynn is truly a disciple of the twinzer. The ones he has on the rack at the OC Heritage are killer...definitely my next board order.
Title: Re: A local fish
Post by: Crackie Onassis on January 10, 2019, 11:19:09 AM
Is Bob Pitagno still shaping in CLI?
JSK swears by his Exotic fish.

Title: Re: A local fish
Post by: Kyle on January 20, 2019, 02:14:18 PM
I love my fish that Joe Falcone made me. It's a traditional San Diego style keel yet mine with a bit less foam in the nose. Feels pretty much perfect for our steep beachies, good for everything 2'- OH
http://www.falconesurfboards.com/ (http://www.falconesurfboards.com/)

What Archy and Dubs said...