Livewells, tackle storage and other fishing-friendly features are also finding their way into these sport-utility boats. For example, Boston Whaler's Vantage dual-consoles have an optional fishing package that includes a lighted 19-gallon livewell, transom-mounted rod holders, and a raw-water washdown that's perfect for keeping the decks clean in between bites. The Scout 275 Dorado — the largest in its dual-console fleet — has a layout that includes port and starboard fish boxes in the deck. With its built-in tackle storage, a 25-gallon aft livewell, both raw-water and freshwater washdowns, and plenty of rod storage, it's also a capable performer. Grady-White has been building dual-console boats since 1979, and currently has nine different models in its lineup, as large as 37 feet. They include many standard and optional features inherent to the brand, including large in-deck fish boxes, lighted livewells and plenty of rod storage. Fold up the seating, and the cockpit becomes a supremely workable space for casting, trolling or bottomfishing.