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Those fins are so clean. They look like they must be from Marlin @101 fins or maybe a rare set of John Cherry fins. In demand fins for demanding conditions. Clean blue with clear deck ready for some full bore fish carving. If that board is half as legend as my Speedialer I will treasure it. Seen a few in action and was gobsmacked at how radical the guys surf their Creekfish. That board will be in the line-up soon for sure.
Fins by John Cherry. This board needs a good home 😉
What’s the going rate on it? A non-rainbow Pavel is some “Choice” gear. Rainbows are sweet too.
I currently own 3 Creekfish…5’9″,5’10,6’oh” been my daily drivers for over a good 4 years… hands down the most magical shapes I have ever ridden in 35+ years of surfing… believe this evolution of the Speed Dialer will take your surfing to another level. That board deserves a good home and is worth every dollar!
I have had a creek fish for 3 years It is my fastest quad / fish design . I have a couple Pavel twins with glass on rake fins ( not keel ) which work really good but the speed factor as well as the turning in critical area’s of the wave are enhanced on this design . I have several Pavels so I ride the right one for the right conditions I save the creek fish for steep lined up hollow pocket waves from 4 – 15ft it does everything you can imagine -unfortunatly the perfect conditions for when I want to ride this don’t come often enough but it will still work real well in all conditions but I like to save it for the best !
Mike I know you shred, but a creekfish at 15 foot.
I am sure Mike is talking face height… I redlined mine CF a couple times this winter on solid 10′ – 12′ faces at C Street…
The cove double overhead low to mid rising tide. Many will call b.s. But if the sand is right, cobblestones working up top: one of the best carving with speedy sections there is. Rare but when it all comes together can give the queen a run for her money. Pavel creek fish would be about the perfect vehicle..sorry Clyde. Miss that place and those Soulful lines! Warm water is addictive, Aloha.
Jean-Paul St. Pierre
CEO & Janitor - Leucadia, CA 1970