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5’6″ Octafish Bonzer5 w/E-Wing & Bamboo Fins

This killer little 5’6″ Octafish Bonzer has all the bells and whistles.

It’s got the classic cosmic space scene with the Sacred Serape of Soul crossing the universe.




The icing on the cake, lightweight and strong bamboo wood glass-on siderunners.

E-Wing rail to pull in the tail and keep that nice hip to cutback on.




5’6″ length
20 5/8″ width
2 5/8″ thickness
Double 4 oz deck with third 4 oz “butterfly” deck patch. 4 oz bottom. Feels nice and lively under the arm, especially with the bamboo siderunners. Glossed and polished finish.
Handshaped by Malcolm Campbell out of a quality US Blank.
Artwork by Peter St Pierre (c).
This board is SOLD.

19 Responses
  • Anonymous
    April 28, 2007

    Beauty of a board… Wish it was around the 5’10”-6ft Range..I hope it finds a happy home

  • seamouse
    April 28, 2007

    ‘hello, I’m mr yellow bonzer and for breakfast this week I’ll be mostly eating kellogs chunky barrels’

    Beautiful board.

  • Anonymous
    April 28, 2007

    All these octafish look so sweet.
    what does the octafish most ride like – a fish, a quad, a speeddialer???
    Also – how do you ride them size wise, same as your fish, same as your shortboard?
    Thanks for any info –
    choch04@aol.com

  • Anonymous
    April 28, 2007

    all those extras and under $900? deal of the month!

  • JP
    April 28, 2007

    The Octafish should be ridden the same size as your fish.

    It’s surfs more positive, more forward than a fish and you never have to hold back and milk your turns. You can go vertical on the Octafish!

    You can surf the Octafish aggressively or just cruise and trim. It’s up to you.

    This is one of the higher priced shortboard Bonzers we’ve done. I’ve seen non-Campbell brothers Bonzers going for $900 that in my mind, don’t offer as much as this board.

  • JP
    April 28, 2007

    i’m riding mine the same size as my fish. i like it much better, the 6.25″ point to point and that center fin really make it a lot easier to get tight turns…especially backside. still trying to figure out how to get that quick hook up on steep sucking beachbreak, but it’s more versatile than any of the other fishy templates i’ve ridden.

    jp

  • Anonymous
    April 28, 2007

    2 JPs riding bonzers is very confusing.

  • JP
    April 29, 2007

    when i post comments to this blog i’ll use ‘joel’. JP has dibs.

    mine is the second ‘jp’ post. sorry for the confusion.

    joel

  • Maggie
    April 29, 2007

    There are four siderunners + 1 center fin..

    Why is it called an “Octa”fish?

  • Anonymous
    April 29, 2007

    Because it’s 8 times as awesome as a normal fish.

  • Anonymous
    April 29, 2007

    And!
    because Chuck Norris rode one in The Octagon.

  • stu
    April 29, 2007

    “You can go vertical on the Octafish!”

    you can go vertical on fish too 😉

  • brownfish
    April 29, 2007

    Fingerprinted this board extensively the other day. It’s pretty amazing and I’m sure is going to put a perma-grin on someones face for quite a while.

  • JP
    April 29, 2007

    um, I meant beyond vertical. Yeeesss.

    (Excellent JP, you covered that nicely)

  • Who's Your Daddy
    April 30, 2007

    My eye is twitching…must visit moonbase tomorrow on my lunchbreak!

  • Anonymous
    April 30, 2007

    Octafish is a Captain Beefheart reference

  • Anonymous
    April 30, 2007

    i fingered this board yesterday…..its nice, rails felt full so it seemed you could really ride this one short, i’d probably order a bit longer and thin the rails my self.

    -drad

  • Anonymous
    April 30, 2007

    oh one more thing, those bamboo runners are insane, bacon’s doing an unreal job.

    MUST WORK MORE

    -drad

  • Andrew
    December 5, 2010

    jp if your reading this it is my favorite post 🙂

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