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 · On a typical flat bass boat, the hull is not capable of handling offshore waters. While we are focusing on inshore boats, in order to get to certain inshore fishing holes a boat sometimes must travel through thicker, offshore waters. What you are looking for in a boat to handle that type of water is a deeper V-shape in the hull.

Here are 10 top fishing boats for inshore anglers, which all have a unique characteristic or two that makes them top picks. The Cobia 201 is a center console that keeps the family in mind. Cobia 201 Center Console For those of you with little kids, the 201 will be a big contender. This is one of the smallest boats of its size to have gunwales ...


 · Inshore Fishing Boats. Flats Boats – Skiffs. You can use Flats boats in places such as the flats of South Carolina or the Florida Keys. They can go into shallow waters that are just a few inches deep, such as canals, bayous, and creeks near the coast. Anglers often use them in place of wading. Size: Flats boats range from 15 to 21 feet long ...

Captain Randy Towe conducts all backcountry fishing adventures from the comfort and reliability of a 2017 25′ Contender Bay Boat. The Contender is specially designed to provide backcountry anglers with a silent, stable platform to hunt for the easy-spooked fish species native to the flats and shallow waters of the Florida Keys and is powered by a Yamaha 300 hp outboard.

Inshore fishing is anything within 9 miles of the shoreline. In the waters around Key West, you’ll often hear inshore fishing called Backcountry and Flats fishing. The advantage of inshore fishing is that it takes a lot less time to get to a fishing spot, so you can spend more time actually catching fish.


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Inshore Fishing Trips Jump aboard the newly remodeled Carolina Skiff and run through the shallow waters chasing after the trophy fish. The trip comes equipped with top of the line rod and reels, comfortable captain’s chairs and many great "fish" tales.

Like other seasoned captains who earn a living on the water, Kroll pointed out that versatility in a backcountry boat is a must-have attribute across the Big Bend, where redfish, black drum, trout, cobia, Spanish mackerel and other popular inshore and near-shore species require varied tactics across a …