The Mako 21 LTS floats in just 12'' of water, which makes it fully capable on the tarpon and in the flats, but it has a lot more available fishing space than the average 17-18-foot flats skiff. With a 16-degree deadrise at the transom puts it on plane fast, and she has plenty of storage in the casting platforms both fore and aft. A 30-gallon aerated live well is standard, as is the rod box in the starboard bow step. It comes with a Minn Kota a bow-mount trolling motor. It has a Raised bow casting deck with non-skid surface and a Patented Rapid Planing System transom and Mako per...