5’8″ Bonzer5 Octafish kneeboard custom shaped by Malcolm Campbell. Tuna shark artwork by George Spicer Bredehoft aka Kneeboard George.
5’6.5″ x 23″ @ 0.625″ behind center. Nose back 12″ is 17.875″. Tail up 12″ is 19.7″. Pins are 12.125″. Without the eWings the pins would have been 15″. The inset of the eWings is .5″ at 10.75 up from the tail which is roughly equal with the trailing edge of the rear Bonzer fins. Max thickness is just shy of 2″ (glassed) at about the wide point. This measurement is without the 60″ long 3/8″ thick EVA deck pad.
Here is a pretty cool artifact from the early 90’s, this snazzy kneeboard shaped by Rich Pavel under his Choice label and glassed at Moonlight Glassing. One of the first summers I worked at Moonlight full time handsanding for Kenny I remember sanding a lot of these Choice fishes and kneeboards with glass-on fins. They seemed like little UFO’s at the time. It’s kinda funny now how just about everyone has a modified kneeboard in their quiver. These boards were once the most obscure craft in the surfing universe and now the Fish is everywhere.