Yeah, there are some rare occasions where we simply select the wrong board for the occasion. That shouldn't happen so much with good knowledge and experience as well as a quiver with some balance and variety to it. However, I'm talking more where you paddled out with the appropriate foam and dims and rocker and at some point during the sesh the tide or swell changed significantly and all of a sudden you're on a fatty, rockerless fish taking OH air drops. I'm guessing the guys with limited quivers and/or long rides to the break have to pinpoint it better than the more spoiled of us with location. Any surprise success stories in these cases? Any disasters? Discuss.