As soon as I sold the redfisher I missed it as I absolutely loved that hull, but wanted something that could handle 3 anglers and a little rougher water for the inlets and a touch more ability to run offshore. I called Skip up at the Maverick factory as he's steered me right in the past on a few boats and told him what I was looking for. They had this Hewes Light Tackle 20 that they knew the owner and had taken in on trade and were in the process of going through it. It's an older boat than I'd normally look for ('95 hull and '96 motor) but coming from the factory, them knowing the history made me more comfortable with it. It's structurally sound, has incredibly low hours for it's age (262) and runs perfect. Hauls the beans with the 175 on it, I've seen a hair over 53 in the pretty limited time I've run it. ;D The LT20 hull is close to the redfisher but has more freeboard for a little more safety and rough water capability. More beam, more length and more weight make this thing pretty danged steady on the water compared to the little redfisher. It's got a pretty much brand-new 24v RT80 "Pro" series trolling motor on the bow, and a power-pole on the stern, which I'm still learning to use. The boat has all new canvas cushions on it right from the factory, and everything electrical was gone through as well. A new Bennett trim tab actuator was installed (although I will be replacing that system for a pair of Lencos soon). They were nice enough to clean the heads and put in new thermostats before I took delivery. The trailer is an '05 AL Float-On with all stainless hardware and looks as if it's just rolled off the showroom floor except for the ultra-hokie light setup the previous owner had on it; pipe-lights are my first project! The boat sat on a lift at the old owner's house so the trailer was unused and it looks it! The boat fishes awesome, just like the redfisher but naturally a TON more room. Two more insulated coolers/storage areas in the bow and the livewell is 3x the size of the one on the redfisher. Plumbed for the rear port side locker as a live/release well also same as the redfisher was. The storage area under the seat is so big I can literally get inside it. The engine cowl decals on the left side are faded, as is the paint on the cowl somewhat. I've found a company called colorite that sells the actual Yamaha urethane paint custom-mixed in spray cans and have that in the works. The decals are on backorder but are coming. With the cowl re-sprayed and re-decaled the boat will look really sharp. Needs a little TLC here and there but overall I've really, really happy with this ride.