A center livewell has been added to the rear deck, and on either side there’s easy access to two storage compartments. In addition, all the lid troughs have been deepened to three inches, making the storage even dryer. Inside these compartments, the storage tubs have been moved forward, which gives anglers easy access to equipment and allows the boat to float more level. Whether you are poling in shallow water for bones or in deeper water for tarpon, if the boat squats in the stern it won’t spin easily. This modification helps the boat track straight and float shallower and permits stealthy approaches. Finally, access to the bilge, livewell plumbing and rigging harnesses is now much easier thanks to a larger rigging hatch. Plus, all harnesses have conduits and are elevated above the hull bottom to keep them dry and salt free.