The boat’s short dimensions, combined with the catamaran-like double-hull design, make it rock-solid stable on the water. Last week in a light chop, I stood to cast to bass along the shoreline of New York’s Cayuga Lake, without any fear of swimming. The adjustable seat snaps in place quickly and is very comfortable. The two, rear, flush-mounted rod holders are easy to reach. While I haven’t set up a fishfinder yet, the recessed universal transducer mount is widely touted as the best out there. Fully rigged out, my test model weighs about 100 pounds. I can put it atop my wife’s SUV solo, but most of the time I just slide it into the 6-foot bed of my Tacoma, tailgate down.