By Capt. Mike Myers
Bay boats have become extremely popular over the last decade or so, and I can fully understand why. The main goal of a good bay boat company — and there are a bunch of them out there — is to give you a boat that is able to do just about anything you would like to do on the water.
Now, I’m pretty sure that most fishermen enjoy catching just about anything that swims. With that in mind, if the only boat you own is a 36-foot Yellowfin, well then, you probably won’t be able to get to that school of redfish way in the back of Whidden Creek (you know, the ones your buddies told you about because your only boat is a 36-foot Yellowfin). On the other end of the spectrum, if the only boat you own is an 18-foot Beavertail, then I’m pretty sure that school of amberjack sitting on the Boxcars, 30 miles out in the Gulf, are way out of your reach (unless you’re loco).
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