You've never seen a fishing boat like this amphibious vessel.
You say you're sick and tired of hitching up the trailer and hauling your fishing boat to the ramp? You'd rather just jump behind the helm and drive that boat directly from the garage to the latest hotspot? That'll be a piece of cake if you own an Iguana X Fisher.
This 30-foot outboard-and-electric-powered amphibious oddity has a set of hydraulically deployed legs and treads that can amble along over asphalt and saunter over the sand at jogging speeds (top end on land is about 4.3 mph). Drive it right into the water, press a button, and the legs and treads retract into the hull — and then in its fully aquatic form the Iguana can bolt across the bay at up to 55 mph.
Iguana has been making amphibious boats since 2011, but the X Fisher is the builder's first dedicated fishing model. It comes fully rigged with rod holders, a macerated fishbox, a livewell, and a raw water washdown, and has a fishy center-console layout that's very much like those of modern saltwater fishing boats. And with more than 100 gallons of fuel capacity, it can get you all the way from the turnpike to the tuna grounds. $380,000 | iguanayachts.com