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Fast, Skinny, and Smooth #13580680 06/03/20 12:17 PM
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Howdy,

First post here, I am in the market for a new boat and was looking for some recommendations/new insight on which boat to choose. I am wanting to get skinny to chase reds in the flats (draft less than 10"), but also want to get to the spot fast and smooth. Went for a ride in a Haynie Magnum the other day and the ride was awesome, it just doesn't run skinny enough for me and what I'm looking for. I used to own a 23' Explorer TV and it was a great boat, but wasn't fast enough. I currently own a 2270 weldbilt and it is super skinny and almost fast enough but it is ROUGH. I am leaning towards a Tiburon ZX-25, but does anyone have any other suggestions?

Thank and Gig'em,

TONKA

Re: Fast, Skinny, and Smooth [Re: Tonka2005] #13582175 06/04/20 11:12 AM
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The cat hulls should get it done. SCB at the top of the list. Haynie, Shoalwater, Tran, Gulf coast are all proven hulls.


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