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After a couple of years of riding the Go Fish, Rob Machado felt there was room to develop the board into something more high performance, allowing for more carves and tighter turns. Taking the Go Fish, he’s refined it with less area in the tail and narrowing both the swallow tail and the nose. The Go Fish is still a hugely popular board in its own right, and these boards sit perfectly side by side. Look at it as Go Fish for fun and cruisy, and the Seaside for performance and rippability.