EAT FISH. If you want speed, hot looks, and top-quality construction, it's pretty clear that the 37 is a hands-down winner. But what about fishability? That's what a center console is all about, right? The 37 has the room you need (and then some) to keep half a dozen anglers happy all day. Again, consider that 10'6" beam. Compared to the Palmetto and the Powerplay, the 37's deck will seem a mile wide. Only the Intrepid can get you more square footage for the LOA, and that's at the cost of a few mph. However, to get you've got to give, and on this boat you do give up some fishability; between those three outboards on the transom, the large livewell, and the mechanicals inside the transom, you'd need a 9' rod to work a fish around the stern. Keep in mind, though, that the 37 was designed for kingfishing. That usually means trolling, so you'll be taking your fish over the gunwales-not the transom. But pleasure anglers targeting bigger, less easily controlled gamefish, like tuna or billfish, and those who like to anchor and chunk or chum may find this arrangement a challenge.