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  1. Introduce Yourself
    Hi everyone, I’m in the process of finding a skiff and finally being a part of the microskiff community! Any things to avoid for a first boat? Or tips for a novice? -Sam
  2. Microskiffs For Sale
    Hi there, my name is Andres and I am looking to buy a skinny but stable skiff in the $20-$25k range ideally 16-17ft to fish two comfortably and have room for an occasional third. I do a lot of 10k island and chickee camping in kayaks and the skiff allows me to take my adventuring to the next...
  3. General Discussion
    Hi All, I could use some your expert recommendations for a decent multipurpose micro-skiff that would suit my area. I live in Fort Lauderdale Florida and would like to start getting out on the water again. I've never owned a skiff before, I'm coming from owning a 25ft footer, so any advice is...
  4. General Discussion
    Hey everyone. I've been perusing the message boards on here for a while and well, you've inspired me. I have always wanted to build my own skiff with my brother and have envied the many fisherman I see here in Charleston that can get up in the flats after the trophy reds. It's time I take a...
  5. General Discussion
    The wifey surprised me with a deposit on an Gheenoe LT 10 for Christmas and a riptide transom mount motor! I'm excited but candidly, I want to keep it as bare bones, fast, rugged, and cheap as possible without cutting corners and hopefully without wiring or an extension box. So, I've got some...
  6. Introduce Yourself
    hello all, I’m looking for my first boat and I’m thinking of a 16’ to 20’ skiff. So far the Carolina and mako skiffs have been what I’ve been researching. So far on this site I’ve read some interesting things about the mako pro skiff. I look forward to posting with y’all. Thanks, paul
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