Ideal quiver ideals: 3 board maximum

Couch

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So.....had a good conversation today with Brazilnut from Ventura about how many boards and type of boards for the ideal quiver....sort of came up with three as the minimum and maximum.

1. shorter board
2. midlength
3. longer board

For me, that means: 6'9 McCallum modern Simmons quad (shorter board), 7'6 Aleutian Juice 2 +1 and 8'5 Klaus Jones EVO pin single.....absolutely love this nice tight quiver...

any other Jammers want to post on their picks?

Couch
 
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DanSan

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1. Fowler V8 4+1fins ..8.2
2. Goerge glider. Single fin. 10.6
3. Fowler NVM...7.2-7.9 5fin

Alternates...Torren martyn massive channel 7.10 twin rasta keels..or fowler rounded nose
6.8-10 mini max....or a fowler 8.0 platypus egg

Dang..so digging this...next!
 
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Rinconryder

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6’3” CI black and white (this is the odd one out but I really like this low rockered short board)

8’6” mabile longfish

10’ fire eagle glider
 

Couch

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That's funny you mention that....I started with an 8'0 Fowler V-Machine, then 7'8 and finally got it right at 7'4 for me at 185 lbs....much easier to duck dive and more lively without giving up too much paddle power... I think the final dims were:

7'4, 23, 2 7/8 but nice full rails and I opted for the 5 fin set up, if ever again, I think I would either do a single box or just a Futures quad set up..

Couch
 

DanSan

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I agree with you..V8
I would do just single.
I got this killer fin from robin kegel..
Cuda had it in his lance/gene v..
It is the T model..10" ..works fine..
Or i would do a 2+1...

And my newvmachine...just a tri..
 




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