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Low Tide Texas

Low Tide Texas

Skiff for Trey Dyer of Woodlands Texas. Designed to fish and run shallow bays along the Texas coast. The skiff is 16′ and drafts less than 5″ of water and weighs 245 lbs. It will be fitted with a 25 hp 2 stroke Yahama jet drive engine enabling it to run shallow and take off […]

Dale Perez on Spear Boatworks

I recently purchased a custom skiff from Spear Boat Works. I wanted a skiff that would be light { 155lbs.]  pole shallow , it draws 3″ and ride comfortably. It does everything I hoped it would and I’m totally happy with this wonderful little skiff. Harry Spear and son Luke did an incredible job Capt. […]

Spear Boatworks Presents

Spear Boatworks Presents

Spear Boatworks is proud to present the 18′ Low Tide Guide. We will be taking the first production skiff on a trip to South Florida around the first of March. Our scheduled stops will be first Everglades City and then Islamorada. As time nears The actual dates will be posted. Once the skiff is finished […]

Spear Boatworks New Website

Spear Boatworks New Website

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History of Spear Boatworks

Harry and RickRick Ruoff On Harry Spear…

Rarely do you come across a fishing guide that is the real deal- the whole package. Not only must a guide have a extra sense about when and where the fish will be, but he has to understand when they feed and how to approach them. The skiff has become one of the guide’s most important tools. All skiffs are definitely not created equal. Weight and performance are only part of the package. Subtleties of design do such things as allow for a quick change of direction while poling, and provide a silent approach to the fish. The boat also has to provide a comfortable to ride to the fishing grounds and be economical to run long distances.

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