How deep is your quiver?

Discussion in 'Mid Atlantic' started by stoneybaloney, Jan 28, 2010.

How many boards?

  1. 1-2

    32 vote(s)
    20.8%
  2. 3-5

    80 vote(s)
    51.9%
  3. 6-10

    32 vote(s)
    20.8%
  4. 10+

    10 vote(s)
    6.5%
  1. Mitchell

    Mitchell Well-Known Member

    Jan 5, 2009
    Thanks - but i'll get my magic board advice from someone who hasn't gone through 17 boards in the past 3 years!

    :rolleyes:
     
  2. oipaul

    oipaul Well-Known Member

    671
    May 23, 2006
    You'll notice that the one board I have kept is the good old 9"0" rides knee high to head high!
     

  3. DEwaverider

    DEwaverider Active Member

    25
    Mar 9, 2009
    Yes your right but I was being vague. I was referring to more of NJ, DE, and MD
     
  4. eastcoast

    eastcoast Member

    20
    Mar 14, 2010
    I've got.......

    6'2" futura firewire

    6'3" custom S.O.D.

    6'3" cole grasshopper

    9'0" canyon longboard

    I want to get a cole trunk board when i get the money
     
  5. mreuther

    mreuther Member

    15
    May 20, 2006
    I have only rode it a handful of times I actually have been moving towards boards that are shorter and wider, they just work better for me. So its kinda just been sitting there collecting dust.
     
  6. Mitchell

    Mitchell Well-Known Member

    Jan 5, 2009
    yeah i figured you were...i was just being a d*ck plus i think there are actually quite a few people who think all east coast waves are basically the same deal. BTW i agree with mreuther on the shorter wider boards working...
     
  7. c3boardwerks

    c3boardwerks Active Member

    43
    Oct 6, 2008
    located in lewes DE. Yes i shape eps. Thanks for the comments. I am finishing an eps dane reynolds copy right now can't wait for some waves
     
  8. mreuther

    mreuther Member

    15
    May 20, 2006
    I cant wait for mine
     
  9. DaMook

    DaMook Well-Known Member

    864
    Dec 30, 2009
    6'8
    6'2
    6'6
    7'6 <-wife's funboard that she used, never...
     
  10. wbsurfer

    wbsurfer Well-Known Member

    Mar 30, 2008
    6'1 al merrick flye tuflite- screw around shorebreak board
    6'1 jimmy keith high perfromance parabolic rails overal shortboard used.
    7'6 funboard/gun pin tail but rides very good in small surf and fast in small surf when its not shortboardable.

    im wanting to get a custom retro fish but gotta wait for the money.
     
  11. Driftingalong

    Driftingalong Well-Known Member

    356
    Mar 6, 2008
    let's see...

    5'5" Rocket inspired 5 fin convertible
    5'8" Xanadu Squid
    6'1" Bing Bonzer 3
    6'2" Lost SDIII
    6'6" Dalhberg Standard Thruster
    9'8" Yater Specializer Nose

    And, I want more...I think I may have an addiction problem...
     
  12. 9ten

    9ten Well-Known Member

    60
    Nov 13, 2009
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    5'2" Tim Stamps Mini Simmons
    5'8" Maurice Cole Metro
    5'11" Brian Bulkley Hipster Quad
    6'4" Quiet Flight Roundy
     
  13. terra-firma intolerant

    terra-firma intolerant Well-Known Member

    740
    Jul 5, 2008
    A 5'7 Diamond tail quad that I shaped myself with the help of Dave Yearwood and got it glassed at Wrightsville Glassing. Just got done yesterday, I'm still anticipating my first ride with this baby. I made it for summer mush but with any luck it may actaully perform on some better waves too.

    A 5'11 Jimmy Keith Whiskey Fish thruster that I ride for basically anything... it's extremely versatile actually. I ride itin anything from waist high to as big wrightsville will get. This board has been through a lot with me since May of last year. It's not too old yet, and is still in great condition, I just hope it stays that way - this board has taught me a lot.

    An 8 foot longboard-ish thing. three fin. I basically learned to surf on this board after trading in a crapy pop-out board for this. I credit it for teaching me how to use the rail of the board and how to turn off my back foot. It's still really fun to ride on small days, and you can actually do some nose rides if you get it dialed. So even after it taught me how to surf and I've moved on to shorter boards, it just keeps coming back and teaching me more things. This board is is a dream to ride when it's knee to waist and glassy, it just glides so well.
     
  14. beachbreak

    beachbreak Well-Known Member

    Apr 7, 2008
    I am 6'5" and big,215 summer-250 full winter gear

    6'5" In The Eye twin fish
    6'6" Campbell Brothers Octafish 5 fin Bonzer
    6'8" Infamy Minami Martin Potter 70's Plus modern twin
    6'10" Campbell Brothers 5 fin Bonzer
    6'10" In The Eye quad
    7'0" In The Eye deep six channel bottom modern single fin
    7'2" In The Eye egg single fin
    7'10" Bing Good Karma
    9'0" Bing Nuuhiwa Lightweight Stepdeck

    looks like i need a 3 fin.
    the bonzers and minami are fluff at this point,as i'm more into riding In The Eye.
    Scott is an excellent shaper.

    refinement has me considering selling off a 9'4" Bing Silver Spoon,7'0"In The Eye quad,6'6"In The Eye single and 6'5" In The Eye twin fish.
     
  15. njsurfer42

    njsurfer42 Well-Known Member

    Nov 9, 2009
    i've hacked away quite a bit at my quiver quite a bit lately...the 6'4" single fin, the 5'10" dwart, & the 5'10" hsd quad fish have all been sold off.
    my quiver consists almost entirely of bonzers now, except for my log. this is about as minimal as i'm interested in going just now. maybe one day i'll continue to simplify, but i doubt it.
    there's something about the minimalist quiver that appeals to me...a log, a small wave board, & a good wave board...theoretically, that's all you really need on the east coast.
    but it's really fun to experiment w/ other shapes & designs!! :D

    on that note, beachbreak: how do you like the 6 channel single fin? i've been kicking around something similar & having scott build it, since i haven't gotten a board from him in a while.
     
  16. GoodVibes

    GoodVibes Well-Known Member

    Jun 29, 2008
    Know whatcha mean,I keep on telling my wife this is my last board and a couple months later I feel the urge once again.Anyone know a surfing hotline we can call for counseling.
     
  17. beachbreak

    beachbreak Well-Known Member

    Apr 7, 2008
    njsurfer42-i sent you a message.

    and no,we don't need rehab,we need to keep refining and keep these shapers busy.
    honing and tinkering,learning and growing.
    as we grow in surfing our boards change
     
  18. banxsurfer

    banxsurfer Well-Known Member

    97
    Feb 1, 2011
    6 deep...Two fish (Hank Warner Starfish so Delish) one White Diamond copy a Funfish a Rainbow Pavel bonzer and a Longboard. Geez, I hate to get rid of boards. A healthy addiction!!
     
  19. jml7140

    jml7140 Well-Known Member

    175
    Jun 12, 2009
    5'10" homemade stubby quad
    6' Christenson C Hawk
    6' OBBC twin
    6'2" Lost RNF
    6'5" Hatteras Glass Flyer
    6'6" Jimmy Keith Shorty
    6'8" Dewey Weber Feather Fastback
    6'9" Hatteras Glass Semi
    6'9" Liddle MP3 Smoothie
    7'0" Rainbow Speedialer quad
    7'2" McGuire fundhape
    10' Bing Elevator

    I'd really like to add a bonzer too
     
  20. surfingboy65

    surfingboy65 Well-Known Member

    166
    Aug 10, 2010
    what technically is a bonzer... new to surfing what is the main difference between that and a short board and what is the pro and cons when should you use a bonzer compared to days you would use standard short board. I know its all preference but like just to get an idea.