Been running the large album Geminis and AMTs in mine.
Geminis in bigger open faces for the drive and release.
AMTs in smaller steep beach break for pívot and hold.
I have the NVS Nautilus as well but I haven’t tried them in the Plasmic yet.
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Makes sense @oeste858 and I would agree that a bigger twin template helps
with the Plasmic tail block. I have noticed that people on the erBB either really like the AMTs or are kinda, meh, they lack drive. Guess I just need to commit and put some time in
with them and gauge the feedback. Geminis...
Interesting. What does more cant provide in a Plasmic that other fins don’t?
I’ve only run the large Geminis in my Plasmic and I like them so far. I did
pick up the AMTs to play around with but only used them in a Superbuzz.
Rode a friend’s old 6’ Mandala double bump quad fish in OH softer, slower
lined up beach break. Pretty fun and a good call for those type of conditions.
it still held it’s own as the tide dropped and waves started shaping up. I think
the reduced tail area with quads is the way to go if you’re...
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