I want to make a very unconventional, exciting board in small waves, either at longboarding beaches, open mushy faces, or summer waves.
Theoretically, how small does a board have to be in order to hang 10 or atleast have a solid hang 5?
Would it even be possible to put a very heavy displacement hull on a 5'5 board, a concave belly on the nose for balance, and fat tail to send the back of your board as deep as possible in the water, so you can put more pressure in the front? I am thinking either a single fin or two keels would be ideal for this, thinking of around 34/35 L (I am 6'1 170-185 lb).
If no real nose ride is possible then I want to make the most optimal miniismmons-ish cheater hang 5 board. What features should I be looking out for to do this? Would it be similar to how i stated above: concase nose, displacement hull, etc.?