Production of CLT-panels typically results in 5-10% cut-offs due to window and door openings. CLT boards can be made by slicing these cut-offs and finger-jointing them. This paper presents bending properties of 100 narrow CLT-boards (45x95x1800) made from 5-ply CLT panels made of Norway spruce. A limited variation in E-modulus (CV=9%) and bending strength (CV=20%) was found with gross section values not far from typical structural C24-timber. The tests indicate that narrow CLT-boards have sufficient bending properties for being used as structural components, also where the bending capacity is formally utilized. However, the variation was slightly higher than for typical tests on larger CLT-elements (CV=8-16%), probably due to the smaller homogenization effect when fewer subparts carry the load. The rolling shear modulus was estimated to be Gr= 65MPa, which is to be expected due to the distance from the pith of the cross layerboards. The surprisingly high net flatwise bending strength (fm,05=49 MPa) can likely be attributed, for the most part, to the reinforcing effect from the cross layers that limit the slope of grain cracking near knots in the longitudinal layers. DIC-tests revealed an indication of a non-plane normal strain distribution over the beam depth in the shear-free zone between the inner loading points. This might lead to an underestimation of the shear free local E-modulus according to EN408.