freaky - looks like we're all moulding into the same person!
Look, you've got it all wrong! You don't NEED to follow ME, You don't NEED to follow ANYBODY! You've got to think for your selves! You're ALL individuals! The Crowd: Yes! We're all individuals!
You're all different! The Crowd: Yes, we ARE all different! Man in crowd: I'm not... The Crowd: Sch!
As for the fin Flacky - personally I'm not a fan either - but I ride traditional single fins and tend towards either a nicely foiled pivot fin or something foiled / flexy. I'm not a fan of fins with large rakes / cutaways etc
But in Matt_96's case - judging by his size vs' the size of his log, a 2+1 set up and they way he wants his board to be manouverable and have some hold for noseriding - then the Wingnut would seem to fit the bill... (I'd totally stay away from a squirrel tho - some chaps swear by them however, but i figure why not just go the whole way and get a Stage 6) - I guess Chai can back this up in the way he uses his...
I'm currently rocking a Brothers Marshall Cap'n fin 9.5 in most of my logs and goes well in everything from noseriders to pigs - the upright pivot template, widish base and reduced tip seem a nice balance of hold / drive / turning
Otherwise I would be using a Nine Plus Keel or even better the Almond Huck - which is superb in noseriders and piggies alike. If i could get hold of one, I'd love to run an El Gato too...
Glad you're getting on with the logging Matt_96 - sounds like you're getting it nailed already