Sneak Peak… New Maverick Mirage HPX-S

September 15, 2013

There is something brewing at Maverick Boat Company. With the revamping of the classic 17 Mirage HPX-V, the HPX-Micro retired to be replaced with a completely new concept. It was time to build a shallow […]

For Sale: 2011 Maverick Mirage 18 HPX-V

June 17, 2013

2011 Maverick Mirage 18 HPX-V – Mercury Optimax 115 ProXs (less then 200hrs) with Mercury throttle and SmartCraft gauge – 35 Gallon Fuel Tank – 2 tone custom Whisper Grey nonskid and deck with Ice […]

Chilled Everglades

March 7, 2013

Cold front…these two words are especially troubling as you are packing for your South Florida fishing trip. However, we remained optimistic that the wind wouldn’t blow 25mph, and that the temperature wouldn’t take a dive, […]

First Look… New 2014 Maverick 17 HPX-V

February 10, 2013

The Maverick Mirage has certainly found it’s place as one of fishing history’s most popular V-bottom hull technical poling skiffs for open water crossings and shallow water fishing. It has evolved from Mirage 1 to […]

2013 17 Maverick HPX-Micro

January 9, 2013

Took the new 2013 Maverick HPX-Micro out for some photos and a test run in the Mosquito Lagoon. I am running the boat for a couple months for Maverick to see how it performs in […]

We don’t need no push pole

December 4, 2012

Having a hard time telling November goodbye – the fishing has been pretty damn good.  But being that it was 78 degrees in South Carolina on December 3rd, I’m optomistic about the month ahead. One of the coolest things […]

That’s a fancy camera…

October 15, 2012

I often hear the comment “That’s a great photo, you must have a really nice camera”. In retrospect, it annoys the hell out of me to hear those words spoken. This is like telling a […]

Summer Flood Tides

July 10, 2012

Just an assortment of photos from last week’s flood tides that I thought were worth posting. For some reason unknown to me, the fish tailed better on this set of tides than they have all […]

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