First and foremost, the hulls we choose must
be safe, seaworthy and comfortable; not only
for us and the various presenters, guests, local
experts and guides we work with, but also for
the expensive camera & sound equipment we
use on a daily basis.
Excessively wet, hard-riding hulls need not
Secondly, these vessels must be as stable as
possible under a broad range of sea conditions,
in order to provide us with a steady filming
platform. We don’t want you getting seasick
at home watching the horizon dip and tilt dramatically
on your TV screen!
Finally, but just as importantly, our boats
must perform exceptionally well as serious,
multi-function fishing vehicles; giving us abundant
tackle storage and the ability to pursue modern
angling styles as diverse as trolling, bottom
fishing, jigging, lure casting and fly fishing,
to name just a few.
On top of these core considerations, we also
demand rigs that are easy to tow and launch
(often in remote locations), reasonably economical
to run & maintain. Combine all of these
factors and we’re sure that you’ll
begin to see just how choosy we need to be when
selecting new boat/motor/electronics/trailer
packages for our work!
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