As I became an adult I had small aluminum boats, from Bayliners to a Crestliner bass boat. But when daddy died in 2013, it was sad fishing without him, and I lost all interest. So I sold that boat and got rid of all my fishing gear. Then in the year 2020, after purchasing a kayak, my love for fishing came back. And then somehow my kayak grew into a bigger boat. Imagine that.
Regarding my current vessel. The Tracker Targa V18 Combo was created with the “Great Lakes” and the Ocean in mind. Though it’s an excellent Bass boat (or for general fishing), it’s also a combination of comfort, pleasure, skying, and all with much torque and speed.
Cobra MRF77B GPS Stationary Marine Radio (Coast Guard registered with MMSI & DSC) & a separate HT for others on shore (and Ham radio HT – K2PTL).
Elevated bow & aft fishing decks
5 pedestal seat base locations
2 movable 360° swivel angler seats
Multiple storage compartments
Bow, port & starboard rod lockers
Aft deck w/split flip sections & jump seats
VERSATRACK® accessory-mounting channels
H6 Seat Pedestal Double Rod Holder
500 GPH bilge pump (need to upgrade)
Bow, console & interior lights
Bow panel w/12V outlet, bow aerator & trim switch
3-bank battery charger
Charging ports for phones
Enjoying God’s creation from a mariners perspective is a phenomenal experience (Gen. 1:26, Rom. 1:25). “Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God” (1 Cor. 10:31).