This Edge water fishing boat has plenty of space for all your gear. Powered by twin 150hp Yamaha engines, this Edge water boat can get you to your favorite fishing spot, or help you discover a new one.
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We dug through our archives and found 25 awesome sport fishing boats that we felt are worthy of making our best of the best list. You'll find a wide variety of fishing boat brands, and we also did our best to incorporate a combination of small and big fishing boats.
“A low center of gravity and full forward provide reserve buoyancy when the waves get rough,” Albury says. ROLLED OUT: 2010 WHY WE LOVE IT: Few boats typify the rise of the super-sized, multi-outboard center-console over the past decade more than the award-winning Boston Whaler 370 Outrage.
The console cabin is so large inside that it hosts a double berth for overnighting, as well as a fridge, microwave, HDTV, head, shower and vanity. Capable of speeds of nearly 55 mph with triple 300 hp Mercury Vera do outboards on a smooth-riding deep-V hull, this 37½-footer stands as the flagship of the legendary Outrage line, and that alone makes it a great boat. Courtesy Boston Whaler.
ROLLED OUT: 2005 WHY WE LOVE IT: The 218DLV has remained one of Carolina Skiff's best-selling models since its introduction nine years ago. This 20-foot, 10-inch center console expands on the brand's reputation for durability and value with all-composite construction and heavy-duty stainless steel hardware.
Its expansive casting decks fore and aft, eight-inch draft (with outboard up) and 18-gallon live well help make it an ideal boat for inshore fishing. ROLLED OUT: 2008 WHY WE LOVE IT: After Maverick Boat Company bought the Cobra brand in 2005, it began focusing on performance, quality and deck layouts that appeal to the fisherman and the family.
The transom bulkhead houses two 28-gallon elliptical live wells with overflow drains and short standpipes; two 40-gallon insulated fish boxes reside in the cockpit sole. The helm comes with bolster seating, a tackle center and dual insulated cooler buckets for chilling bait or drinks. Courtesy Cobia.
Standard features include twin 40-gallon live wells and tons of insulated fish storage. Courtesy Contender. Twin Yamaha F300 outboards push this dominant tournament- fishing boat to 64 mph, achieving 1.22 mpg. Courtesy Contender.
ROLLED OUT: 2006 WHY WE LOVE IT: The Debater 318CC has been a steady favorite among saltwater anglers since its debut 8 years ago. Combined with a smooth-riding variable-deadrise deep-V hull, the Single-Piece Infusion, or SPI, all-composite construction has enabled Debater to create a stronger, lighter and efficient-running boat.
On the offshore side, the hull offers a deep-V with 19 degrees of dead rise at the transom, allowing it to slice smoothly through choppy water. The flagship of the Freeman Boat works line, this 33-foot, 7-inch center-console catamaran has proven over the years to provide comfort, speed and outstanding fish ability.
ROLLED OUT: 2000 WHY WE LOVE IT: Extreme stealth and versatility define the popularity of this technical poling skiff. Today, it represents the evolutionary pinnacle of this genre, with features such as twin bucket helm seats with fold-down armrests, a 50-gallon live well, a side door for boarding and landing big fish, and a pad-style deep-V hull for minimal bow-rise on acceleration and a level attitude on plane.
ROLLED OUT: 2007 WHY WE LOVE IT: Invincible Boats has made its mark catering to customers for whom compromise is not an option, and its 36 Open Fisherman, with impeccable fit and finish, is a prime example. It features Invincible's patented Stepped-Vee Ventilated Tunnel hull with twin steps that introduce a cushion of aerated water below the running surface to boost speed and efficiency.
While each Invincible is built to order, standard features on the 36 include two live wells: a 50-gallon tank in the transom and a 60-gallon well below the aft cockpit. A quartet of insulated fish boxes includes twin cavernous lockers below the bow deck and another pair under the aft deck. Courtesy Invincible Boats.
ROLLED OUT: 2013 WHY WE LOVE IT: The 77-foot Blank Check represents the largest boat to emerge from the vaunted line of Jarrett Bay custom sport fishers to date. Powered by twin 16V-2000 MTU marine diesels, each rated at 2,600 hp, Blank Check is capable of speeds up to 40 knots.
ROLLED OUT: 2013 WHY WE LOVE IT: The Jupiter 41 Sport Bridge blends bold styling and a classic Carolina-style fore deck with outboard power, a time-tested deep-V hull design and abundant features. This offshore fishing machine offers the uncompromising weather protection of a sleek hardtop and tempered glass windshield that wraps around the bridge deck, which features abundant seating and storage.
ROLLED OUT: 2001 WHY WE LOVE IT: The 17 HPV gained popularity among tournament anglers and guides for its dry, comfortable ride (12 degrees of dead rise), and its ability to track and spin quietly while poling. With a revised deck layout in 2013, the new 17 HPV II offers increased storage room and access.
The featherweight carbon fibers used with Maverick's vacuum-assist resin-infused system (Paris) minimize the weight of this technical poling skiff. ROLLED OUT: 2010 WHY WE LOVE IT: The 2200 TRS (for Third Row Seating) followed on the popular heels of the company's signature 2200-V bay boat.
ROLLED OUT: 2012 WHY WE LOVE IT: Originally introduced as the OS 375, this express-style outboard-powered sport fisher ranks as a category leader in retail sales with an incalculable number of hours on the water and fish brought boat side. Yet, this 39½-footer retains its timeless styling, smooth riding characteristics and warm, luxurious interior.
A spacious galley, dinette, and forward statement invite overnight trips, no matter where you like to fish. Courtesy Pursuit. ROLLED OUT: 2011 WHY WE LOVE IT: Almost as soon as the Regulator 28 debuted three years ago, it became the company's best-selling model, signifying its rightful place among the great boats of the last decade.
At first glance, this flagship vessel is a real head-turner, featuring a rising bow table, state-of-the-art helm (Scout is now partnered with Garmin and Masterly to deliver integrated vessel control), luxury console berth and electric sliding fiberglass sunshade. ROLLED OUT: 2001 WHY WE LOVE IT: The Seavey 340 combines the crucial elements of an all-around offshore fishing boat with the fit and finish of a yacht with amenities such as enormous insulated fish boxes, lockable below-deck rod storage, up to four live wells, retractable cooler, tackle station and gelcoat-finished interior.
The 340 was also among the first models to accommodate heavier four-stroke outboards, which quickly made it a favorite among saltwater anglers, including the legendary Jose Beebe. Courtesy SeaVee. ROLLED OUT: 2012 WHY WE LOVE IT: This tournament-edition version of the 29 CC offers additional rod holders aft of its leaning post, lockable tackle-storage compartments and a live well/tackle station.
Its performance mimics its sister, however, and that's a good thing: The 29 handles like a luxury automobile and tops out in the low to mid-50s with twin Yamaha F300s. ROLLED OUT: 2011 WHY WE LOVE IT: The DX Series is Sun dance's premier skiff line, with full molded inner liners.
At 32-feet, 2-inches in length and with a 10-foot, 6-inch beam that travels all the way to the twin bows, this center-console cat is an offshore battle wagon with plenty of fish fighting room for a big crew. ROLLED OUT: 2003 WHY WE LOVE IT: With its debut in 2003 and makeover in 2009, the Yellow fin 36 has proven to be one of the most dominant center-consoles on the saltwater tournament scene over the past decade.
And its performance is just as impressive, with a smooth, dry, wave-taming ride and top speeds in excess of 65 mph when powered by triple 300 hp Mercury Vera do outboards. The 36 holds multiple Southern King fish Association national championship titles. Courtesy Yellow fin Yachts.