South Dade Skiffs are rapidly making waves throughout the boating and inshore fishing communities being labeled as ‘industry disruptors’ with no signs of slowing down. As the best priced technical skiff currently on the market with some exciting announcements coming in the 2022 season, South Dade Skiffs have taken the ‘floating skinny’ to a new level and the best part is it won’t break the bank.
Inshore fishing is sometimes about how lean your boat can go, so if you’re looking for a built micro skiff, look no further. With a 4-inch draft fully loaded, these skiffs will take you to shallow water flats you’d otherwise only dream of. These technical propulsion boats turn on a dime weighing only about 460 lbs with the engine.
Also with such a light construction, a truck trailer is not necessary as most vehicles can tow this boat and trailer combination without problems. Customizing the ToughDek hull and decking also creates a truly unique and custom look, sure to turn heads.
– 16 FEET OVERALL LENGTH
– 57 INCHES WIDE ON AROUND
– 45 INCHES WIDE AT STERN
– 460 LBS LOADED WITH ENGINE
– 5° OF ASCENT OF THE DEAD TO THE TRANSOM
– FULLY LOADED 4 INCH DRAFT
– DESIGNED FOR 2 ADULTS LIGHTWEIGHT
– BLACK RUB HEAVY RAIL
– STAINLESS STEEL HARDWARE
– VACUUM INFUSION CONSTRUCTION PRACTICE
– DIVINYCEL VINYL FOAM CORE
– TRANSOM BOARD THINGS
– VINYL ESTER RESIN FOR ALL
– CARBON FIBER MOLDED DECK
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My name is Erica and I have had a salt water addiction from a young age. I grew up fishing off the coast of Long Island, New York with my Pop Pop music. When he died in my teens, I unfortunately didn’t see the water again until years later, after I graduated from college. I moved to Florida by myself and bought a condo on the water and a fishing kayak. Getting a fishing pole back in my hands was really important to me. With the help and guidance of a local angler, I was able to teach myself a completely different way to catch fish on the flats using only artificial bait. I was hooked again. Now I’ve grown to love hunting and you’ll usually now find me poking around the flats in my skiff looking for redtail and snook. My favorite is when I hit high water plugs early in the morning.
Sharing this trip on social media has gotten a lot of attention over the past few years. Now with over 284K followers on Instagram and 70K subscribers on YouTube, I have turned this passion and hobby into a lifestyle. Now I can fish full time sharing my catches and adventures with fans. Go check me out at Erica Lynn on YouTube and @erica_lynn.2 on IG!