Boat sellers designate boat types differently, so make sure when searching to select multiple boat types to broaden your search results.
Designed for shallow water, Flats boats can access inshore fishing locations other boats can't reach. Flats may have a poling platform over the engine for anglers.
Bay Boats may have higher sides and slightly deeper hulls which make them a great hybrid option for smoother performance in large bays or lakes.
Lengths range from 13 - 22 ft.
Typically saltwater fishing boats, the primary characteristic of the Center Console is a command station centered on a level deck. This is different from a walk-around where you step up onto the deck or a raised surface. Their versatility has made them a very popular boating type around the gulf states as they provide 360 degrees of fishability.
Lengths range from 18 - 42 ft.
All purpose watersport boats which may have live wells, rod storage, or other fishing amenities. The engines can be inboard or outboard and usually powerful enough to tow skiers or tubes. Generally these are very versatile boats accommodating many family activities.
Lengths range from 18 - 26 ft.
Larger boats designed for multi-day outings and larger fish in deeper waters. Sportfishing boats are a step up from Center Console fishing boats and may come with fully enclosed command centers and elaborate out-rigging setups.
No adventure is too ambitious in a Convertible Fishing boat with a luxurious interior that is much more like a Motor Yacht.
Lengths range from 25 - 80 ft.
Vessels with a forward cabin surrounded by a wraparound deck. Similar to a center console, the Walkaround boat is a little larger with more amenities. Commonly used for day cruising and saltwater fishing, This boat type usually fills the gap between those looking for Center Consoles and Sportfishing boats.
Lengths range from 18 - 30 ft.