The angler has 6 rodholders lined up across the transom, 4 strategically placed holders amidships and in the bow cockpit, and 3 more on the bait prep station, bringing the total to 13. (Check out the inwale rodracks and coaming bolsters and toe rails, too, as well as the lockable stowage in the starboard console.) The 48-gallon standard livewell is much larger than what you'd find on the typical 20' to 22' dual console. The dash has plenty of space to mount serious electronics. The bow locker cushions remove when the fishing's serious, and your catch will fit in the L-shaped, overboard-draining fishbox under the bow seats. The angler's compromise? The raw-water washdown is an option and the anchor locker is located in the cockpit, accessed through an awkward vertical hatch. But there's an extra pull-up cleat on the bow dedicated solely to tying off the anchor rode.