The Texas Skiff was designed to be an entry level boat but it's turned out to be anything but. In fact, it's become a standard for the weekend and recreational angler. Jimmy Majek knows why. "It may be the smallest boat we make, but nothing is cut off to make it small."
It has all the design quality and performance features of its big brothers in the Redfish line. The Texas Skiff is as wide as the 18 foot Redfish model. The console is full size so two people can get behind and ride comfortably. It's one heck of a fishing platform with a bunch of square footage for a 16 foot boat. You can really trick it out by adding a casting platform and other accessories. Mount a 70 horsepower motor on it and you wonât believe how fast it'll power you to the hot spots. It was designed by guys who understand shallow water boat performance. It does what we say it'll do. It'll not only get you into the skinny water and the back lakes and shallow bays, but get you out with ease. It's just an all around great fishing boat.
Compare the quality, hand craftsmanship, performance and the price. There's just no comparison to the Majek Texas Skiff.
Draft: 0 ft. 7 in.
Beam: 7 ft. 6 in.
Fuel tank capacity: 40
Max load: 650