FISHY HEAVEN. Of course, the 33 Walk offers plenty of other angling accessories, too. The one that impressed me most during a full day of offshore fishing was the newly designed tackle station, which is mounted behind the helm. The top is a Starboard plastic cutting board, with an inset sink, fiddle rails, and open corner drains. I could hack up a flat of butterfish in minutes with this station. The front of the unit houses four tackleboxes, and a compartment in the side holds a knife/pliers/rig holder, a downrigger ball holder, and an icebox. Add $1,607 to the boat's price tag to get the Convenience Package, which includes a microwave and coffeemaker (though the coffeemaker needs a different mount-it fell out of the cabinet during our test) and an icebox that turns into an icemaker. How could you improve such a comprehensive tackle station? Put a grabrail around it. Oh, wait a sec, Pro-Line already did.