On this Episode – Piranha F2000, NauticStar 265 XTS, OBX 32CC
In this episode – If shallow water is your calling, but need to cross big water to get there, check out the Piranha F2000. From backwater and blue water, the Nauticstar 265 XT will get you there, a viable option for the hybrid angler. If the cobalt blue offshore water is pulsing through your veins, you won’t want to pass up a look at the OBX 32 CC.
Fox Sports Sun
Tuesday – 6am
Friday – 8:30am
Sunday – 8:30pm
Times may vary
World Fishing Network
Thursday – 9pm
Friday – 3am, 9am, 3pm
About the Show
What’s the Best Boat For You? Based on what you’re fishing for hosts, Rick Ryals and George LaBonte will help you decide. During each season of FSBB Rick and George will review over 40 boats in several categories such as: center consoles, bay boats, flats boats, dual consoles, pontoon boats, catamarans, bass boats, aluminum boats and possibly kayaks. In addition to reviewing every type of boat imaginable the hosts will cover the latest in outboard technology and tips on how you can get the most out of your engine.
From early spring to late summer boat manufacturers will bring their boats to Stuart, Florida and the filming will be staged out of Pirates Cove Hotel and Marina. Deep See Visuals and their production team will shoot over 36-days on the water, in the water and from the sky, providing the viewer with unmatched insight to today’s newest and best boats on the market.
The premise of Best Boat isn’t to say which is the best boat, but to help you find the “best boat” for you. Based on what type of fishing you’ll be doing, where and with how many people the editors will cover key features in each boat helping you determine what’s important to you. Helping you determine what’s the best boat for me.
Florida Sportsman Best Boat is more than a TV show, each year the editors of Florida Sportsman magazine work with George to produce a 104 page magazine, Florida Sportsman Best Boat magazine, giving you an entire season of tests in a single publication. Plus you get the most inclusive list of boats, including MSRP pricing, found anywhere. Anywhere, even online. The magazine is on-sale on newsstands each year from October thru December.
In addition to print and the Florida Sportsman Best Boat TV show there is an online feature every week called Boat Show Friday www.floridasportsman.com/boating where you get even more photos and detailed analysis from the editors on what they feel are the key features of each boat.