just got a new longboard, unlike any I've had before. It's made by Chocolate Fish (unsure who actually shapes these or where, not much info) dirty pin model, 9'3". Had some sweet double concave going out the tail, lower rails and a pintail. Light glass. I'll try to post a pic. Seems pretty rad. All the longboards I've had in the past have been heavy volan logs. My current log is a 10' Davenport cub model, which I love. I wanted this new board to get into the trimmy cruisy hype that's going around. I've had a few hulls in the past (Spence and a Liddle) and wanted something between a hull and a longboard (not that this is a hull in anyway but you get what I mean). Anyways. I popped this fin I've had sitting around. It's a Captain brothers Marshall 9.75". It's kind of like a 4a type outline but it's pretty stiff. I figured it would be a good choice, that the stiffness would give it a lot of drive. Part of me thinks that maybe a flex fin might be more enjoyable though. I'm not really sure what people put in boards like this. Haven't gotten it out in good waves yet but curious if this board would be better with a flex fin, if anyone has experience with a board like this.