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  1. Solo Fishing on Flats Boats

    I fish the Gulf Coats flats off the coast of Texas and am considering purchasing a Maverick HPX (or HPXV or HPXS). My concern is whether or not I’ll be able to use the boat while fishing without a partner to sight fish for Redfish. I’ve read about people fishing solo polling from the bow but never seen anyone doing that and I’ve never tried to do it myself. Is it reasonable to think that I’ll be able to have a good solo fishing experience in a Maverick (or any flats boat for that matter)? I hope to fish a few days a week and will sometimes be fishing by myself and don’t really want to do a lot of blind casting. Any other recommendations for techniques for fishing alone?
  2. My "new" MA18.5!

    I finally had enough time to take the new boat out! Played some hockey in the morning (to burn off all that Turkey) then my gf and I took the boat out for a while... Forgot the cast net at the house smh so I just threw some plugs and managed a few small snook and lost a big dog snook that shook the hook boatside all and all a great time and she ran flawlessly, looking forward to more great days to come!
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