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Petoskey, Michigan 49770
United States

Long Strange Trip Wooden Surf Board


5′ 9″

Each piece of sustainably forested wood is hand-milled, tuned to perfection, and precisely placed right where it should be. Our boards tell us a story and we listen.


Weight 10 lbs
Dimensions 69 × 21 in

  Fin Style            3” fixed twin fins cantered at 15%

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The Paul Jensen inspired 5’9” Fish.  Original shape by Steve Lis.  This board encompasses a timelessly proven ride.

Sized for a rider up to a 200 pounds. 

This wood surfboard has a mostly flat bottom that gives the planning speed you’d want on the waves or behind the boat.

  • 3-1/4” rocker at nose
  • No rocker at tail


Real Wood

Don’t be fooled by the foam core boards masquerading around as eco-friendly with their wood veneers.

At Little Bay Boards we only build surfboards that are truly eco-friendly.

Our surfboards are lightweight and float because they are built with a wooden rib and spine frame structure which creates a hollow core interior.  No foam needed!

The exterior of our surfboards are built with sustainably forested Cedar woods.

Cedar is a strong but lightweight material that allows us to work with nature to compose an ultimate display of beauty throughout the skins, fins, and rails.


Eco-friendly Epoxy

For added strength, durability, and waterproofing, fiberglass and epoxy are applied to help ensure that when treated properly, these surfboards will last a lifetime.  We use epoxy that is UV stable ensuring the finish remains clear as day one and will not yellow over time.

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