Granted, precious few serious offshore fishermen would ever consider a dual-console bow rider a hard-core fishing machine. But Grady-White, where real innovation has shifted into warp drive over the past few years, may be the first to make you reconsider. Introduced at the New York Boat Show, the Tournament 275 qualifies as a big boat. Certainly no more "open" than a center console, the 275 features Grady's proven SeaV2 hull, as well as all the excellent fishing features you've come to expect from this company. For example, a 22-gallon fish box to starboard augments a 46-gallon box aft. Both are heavily insulated and drain overboard. You get four in-gunwale rod holders, along with space for three under each rail. Fresh- and saltwater washdowns, a substantial anchor locker, an integral cutting board, cockpit lighting, padded coamings and cockpit toe rails all add to the fishability. Not enough? Choose the optional 32-gallon livewell or the enclosure.