G&S Boats: Performance Personified

Buddy Gentry and Steve Sauer build G&S; boats
 that dance like a dream.

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Many of the game boats put out by G&S; in Freeport, Florida, wind up chasing record billfish in some of the world’s most exotic locales. John and Megan Batterton charter their lovely 48-foot G&S;, Hookin’ Bull, in New Zealand and Australia and have set several line-class reocrds. Photo by Scott Kerrigan / Aquapaparazzi.comScott Kerrigan / Aquapaparazzi.com
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Considered by some to be the perfect game boats for record fishing, G&S; boats are known for their ability to jump up and plane in reverse. Photo courtesy Corky Decker.Corky Decker
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Considered by some to be the perfect game boats for record fishing, G&S; boats are known for their ability to jump up and plane in reverse. Photo courtesy Corky Decker.Corky Decker
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Small and nimble, G&S; boats, like Deceiver based in Kona, Hawaii, were built to run down greyhounding blue marlin — in both forward and reverse. Photo courtesy Corky Decker.Corky Decker
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One of G&S;’s larger offerings at 51 feet, Miss Babbie makes a perfect platform for traveling due to her incredible fuel efficiency — she burns just 67 gph at 32 knots.Corky Decker
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If you want to get a close-up look at a G&S;, visit Harbor Docks in Destin, Florida. Owner Charles Morgan keeps three at the dock behind the restaurant.Corky Decker
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Small and nimble, G&S; boats, like Deceiver based in Kona, Hawaii, were built to run down greyhounding blue marlin — in both forward and reverse. Photo courtesy Corky Decker.Corky Decker