Scout's 420 LXF is a picturesque piscatorial platform with sweeping lines and a high-tech build. Its double-stepped hull is vacuum-bagged and epoxy-infused for strength without excessive heft. The 420 has a 15,800-pound dry weight, sans motors. A 28-inch draft makes this vessel skinny-water-fishing friendly. This center console can accommodate up to — wait for it — 1,675 hp. With quad 400 hp Mercury outboards, this huge fish-boat will approach go-fast speeds at about 62 knots on the pins, the builder reports. Cruise speed is said to be around 37.5 knots at 4,500 rpm. Triple 350s and quad 300s from Yamaha and Mercury are also available. Cushioned bolsters all around make stand-up fighting that stubborn fish easy on the knees. Add optional 18-foot Rupp outriggers, a Release Marine fighting chair, electric reel outlets for deep-dropping and a couple of fish box freezer plates, and you're fish-ready.