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  1. 5"10 9Fish Beluga QuadFish for sale

    9Fish Beluga Fish Epoxy 5'10, 3" thick, 22" wide, 19" nose, 17" tail. Asking $270. This board is in very good condition - bought it last year, used it a handful of times. Its a quad fish, but you can remove 2 fins and ride it as a twin - super floaty, super easy to paddle, super manuervarable. http://9fishsurf.com/

    I will consider trades for a slightly thinner fish or 9' longboard. No funshapes please or beaters please. I am in the Belmar area. email rvb@surfcosta.com
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  2. this is a perfect summer east coast board - no takers?

  3. #3
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    The brand/ company is not highly regarded...

  4. trade or make offer

    well, true that 9fish is not reputable nor have they been around very long, but before buying this board i did my homework. they only make fishes, and apparently they make them good. i never read a bad review either. this board is just too thick for me (3 inches) as i am only 5"6 160lbs. i never had any beef with the way it performed, but i want something a little less thick. i will consider most offers and trades.

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    Why does the 3'' thickness bother you? What are you going to get out of your surfing differently with a thinner fish or a 9ft longboard?

  6. #6
    sweet looking board. is surfcosta your company?

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    Ocean, NJ
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    PM & email sent.

  8. yes i work for Costa Surf Tours check us out at www.surfcosta.com and also on facebook and myspace.

  9. i would not say it bothers me, just preference. regardless i need to get a longboard. and i would say there is a big difference between a 9 footer and a 5'10 fish.

    Quote Originally Posted by RobfromFredneck View Post
    Why does the 3'' thickness bother you? What are you going to get out of your surfing differently with a thinner fish or a 9ft longboard?

  10. #10
    I've got a Rusty piranha 6'0", tufflite with some repaired dings.
    Dims are 6 x 20.1 x 2.18, real light, I'm just too big for it, 5'11" and 200 lbs.
    I'm in Rehoboth Beach, DE.
    Let me know if you want to see pics.