Rasta Fish 5'10 by Dick Van Straalen with sea sheppard fins. Aviso
hollow carbon fiber version is the best
Ride it far forward to keep your speed in the bottom turns.
If the wind is onshore you have to use bottom turn efficiency to hit the wave faces with speed.
This is where the unique flex pattern of the Aviso hollow surfboards comes into play.
They have VERY rigid rails, but have loads of flex along the centerline. The boards concave increases under load. This effectively stores energy and gives you recoil out of your bottom turns.
The way you ride this board also makes a big difference. Stop on the tail as you hit the wave face and it spins on its tail. Step forward for speed out of the wave and bring your weight forward. Make the bottom turn on the rail rather than on the tail and fins. This keeps up speed and kicks up less rooster tail. Come out of the bottom turn still with your weight forward and move the back foot back right before you carve on the face...... repeat as your smile gets bigger
Another board that does well in these conditions is the Doc Lausch 6' Pro II Model. Aviso edition.
It has quite a pronounced tail rocker that is on the long side, but has more flat section carried into the front of the board. While pronounced rocker normally affects speed and low end it's not like that on this board if it's ridden right. It has thin rails and lends itself to fast bottom turns if you ride it far forward. It's a bit of a tricky board to ride. If you trim it with your weight in just the right way it is really efficent and fast. But unlike many fast boards it feels great in the surf. The rocker just makes the board work in the surf. One thing I found is that this board really works better with the right fins.
I use scimitars for the two front fins and a regular, but skinny center fin. The scimitars have more lift than other fins. I also heat them up an twist a bit of toe in out of the tip of the fins.
Here is what the flex pattern of the aviso's looks like:http://avisosurf.com/FEA.html