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The Fish was first introduced by a San Diego surfer called Steve Lis in 1967. He designed the Fish by cutting all the excess board from around one of his 60’s pintails and voila, the Fish was born.


With its large-base keel fins and wider planing area, it is fast. The twin-fin design allows the Fish to have more fin on the rail and in the water. A large surface area between the fins keeps the board loose and fast. The iconic shorter wider outline with a straighter rail into the tail also enables the board to surf up under the lip and draw tight arcs. 


Combine this with a surface area of a larger square tail but take out the middle section, adding in two pintails that give the Fish it's name, and a light single concave running through the second third of the board. This creates a perfect blend of surfboard principles that work in harmony with each other to make the mind-melting surfboard that is the Fish.


At Le Noel Surfboards, we have a few variations of the Fish, which are all loosely based on the same board.


There is a traditional fish with a 12 by 6 inch tail block and there is a more modern 8 inch tail for those surfers wanting an even tighter turning board.


There is also a Diamond tail which is amazing for surfing small waves.




5'2 - 7'0


From $950

Ideal Waves

Knee High - Double Overhead


Intermediate - Advanced

Fin Match

Classic Keel Fins

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