Looking for one ready to fish, excellent shape, not in need of repair. 15' preferred. Trailer needed. Willing to travel. Call me at 203-four82-O872
Nice! Geeze...I fished from a Hobie Power Skiff years ago. Well before I bought the Sabalo flats skiff I fish from now. I did not customize my Hobie to the extend that you have. I found the boats to be extremely dry, capable of running reasonably shallow without any modifications (like a jack plate), and due to the v-hull extending all the way through the stern, they offered one of the most comfortable rides ever. While the extended v-hull made them less stable than other comparatively sized skiffs, they were more than adequate for fishing with one person. Good luck selling it and if you don't, she's a real beauty.
I replaced my scuppers first thing, long as there is no obstruction water stays out, and the boat is great at clearing water once the scuppers are above the water line even at stand still.