For me, I think a quiver is huge. Doesnt have to be 10 boards, but if you can afford it why not. But I find myself needing 4 boards. I just ordered two and sold 3 so Im back to 3 when the new boards get in. I will more than likely sell the current board once i make sure the new 5-9 is working. Next spring hopefully my quiver will look like this.
5-10" x 18 3/4" x 2/38" Tommy Moore Rocket FIsh (sold as long as the new 5'-9" is dialed in)
5-5" x 19 1/4" x 2 3/8" Tommy Moore RNF
5'-9" x 19 1/4" x 2 1/4" Tommy Moore Tweaker (mix between Lost rocket & dumpster diver)
5'-6" x 20 3/4" x 2 1/2" Lost Plank (grovel board, thing catches waves like a long board surfs like a fish, its so fun)
6'-1" x 18 1/4" x 2 1./4" Shortboard myabe a Stealth type stick, Scorcher or soemthing laong those lines.
man i wish i had a quiver at least a bigger one, i have two boards a 5'11" fish and a 6'2" shorty, i would like to have a log for those really flat days. but i dont have the money for that kinda stuff :P so im stuck with 2
I have 12 boards, for brevity's sake, lets just say 4 longboards, 2 single fins, 2 2+1s
5 thrusters - 1 swallow tail, 2 squash tail, 1 rounded squash
2 single fin shortboards -a 6'9 CI Machado MSF 2 and a 60s era Dewey Weber SKI
an 8' single fin Challenger Eastern from the 60s (restored)
I ride the Machado probably 70% of the time
I keep saying I'm going to do this thing where I'll ride one board for 6 months - no matter what - and cycle through the quiver - but I never do
hey.. i have 4boards i have my main one wich is a 6'0 merrick flyer then a 6'0 surface wich i learned in and now kneel on and a 6'4 gordan and smith wich i just screwaround on and finily a (hahah) '54 beater lol surf on alex