Tapered boards (cambered) are fun because you can lean forward a bit in the pow, and not worry, as much, about the nose diving. With a highly rockered board ( lots of prominent) reverse camber), taper may not be as important (unless you are a big guy), and rocker can slow you down, (ie. fish surf shape).
Some taper, (maybe 5-10mm) may work the best with rockered boards, ( 156 Jones Hovercraft) Again, unless other factors (like weight) exist.
Sidecut plays a big role too. Straighter sidecut will make longer turn, whereas a deep sidecut will be good for shorter turns and control (trees).
The Burton Fish is a great option as it was designed for similar terrain in Japan. Super tapered, so you personally could go down to a 150 Fishcuit, it would be awesome. There are a few on Ebay.
Other options in IMO are,
Never Summer Summit (smallest size they make for you)
Last edited by Sick-Pow; 01-14-2012 at 01:32 PM.