A perfect redfishing boat on sale, Inshore Power Boats

Looking for an economical skiff to chase redfish, look no further. The Inshore Power Boat or known to their cult following as the IPB is the perfect skiff and it won’t break your bank.

IPB offers up a 100% vacuum infused 16 foot poling skiff rigged with poling platform, 25 HP motor, push pole clips, push pole and a trailer for only $9,900, we think that this is an incredible value.

We found the Inshore Power Boat to run smoothly in a light chop, pole effortlessly and we were able to get under 7 inches with 2 people and a full tank of fuel.

ipb poling skiff

Inshore Power Boats Website

Inshore Power Boats
4854 Distribution Court, Unit 8
Orlando, Florida 32822
407.488.5268

Published in: on February 14, 2010 at 7:45 pm  Leave a Comment  
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Inshore Power Boat perfect for redfishing.

The IPB (Inshore Power Boat) is the perfect Redfish skiff in its price range.

For a long time flats anglers looking for a new boat were stuck with two basic price ranges.  For less than $10,000 you could outfit an aluminum johnboat or similar flat bottomed fiberglass skiff.

inshore power boat skiff

While, on the other hand, you could spend well over $20,000 for “high end” fiberglass skiffs incorporating the latest and greatest in materials and hull design.  The truth was and is, you can catch fish on either ends of the extreme.  It was just a matter of what you could put up with and how much you could afford.

inshore power boat

IPB now gives anglers the alternative of customizing a true fiberglass flats skiff hull somewhere between $9 and $20K.  The IPB 16 that we tested rode well in a moderate chop with its shallow draft, had plenty of speed with a 50 hp Honda and allows anglers to completely customize the deck layout.  Is it a Caimen, Maverick or Hell’s Bay?  Honestly, it’s not, but it’s no johnboat or Carolina Skiff either.  The best thing about this new offering is that it provides a completely new entry level for anglers.

ipb

Tired of your flat bottomed aluminum or fiberglass skiff, but can’t afford to pay over $20,000 for a skiff?

Check out IPB and request

Inshore Power Boats
a demo.

Published in: on September 16, 2009 at 12:52 am  Comments Off  
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