DYNAMIC ATTACK. A jellyfish kills fish with its nematocysts, stinging cells that consist of a hair-trigger, coiled tubing, a harpoon, and a hypodermic-like needle that injects venom. These weapons are stowed in a small capsule with a lid. Your weapons are fishing rods, and the more stowage you have, the more fish-killing capability you have. Boston Whaler knows this, and it has tried to give anglers as much ammo as possible to fill the total 273 gallons of insulated fishbox in this boat. There are five rocket launchers on the hardtop, four gunwale-mounted holders, three along the transom, two in the leaning post, and four more uprights in the bow, so you have a safe place to quickly drop your rods when you need to clear the cockpit. Place your reinforcements in the two locking rodboxes under the foredeck, which has racks for three rods in each side. Inside the console is a foldaway rack that holds three more rods in an upright position.