Open the compartment under the forward casting deck. You’ll discover that Scout installed a starboard bulkhead, so you can keep the anchor separate from other stowed gear. Fly anglers will appreciate the raised lip and recessed hardware gracing the foredeck. Another unusual tweak is the helm seat, which is elevated over the aft deck to boost visibility. You can sit on top of it or slide down and wedge into the contoured bolster; either way provides comfort while zinging across the bay at speeds in excess of 30 mph. The console conceals a small livewell under the forward seat, six rod holders and little room for electronics. But there’s one last touch on the console you probably didn’t anticipate: a sturdy stainless-steel vent, where most builders would use plastic to cut cost.