"I've learned that generally when I drive a boat, I'm looking hundreds of yards out in front, so I don't have to go hard over," says Capt. Art Sapp, of Native Son Fishing in Pompano Beach, Florida. Sapp has run several deep-V Sea Vees. "The few times I have turned hard, I never had any slip, especially with a traditional hull. If you can tuck in the engines a little to turn, you get more [hull] length in the water. If you feel the speed fade off, throttle up."