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The Miss Trial is the 33-foot Invincible that we use to ferry ourselves to and from our embarrassingly unproductive fishing spots. The boat was originally going to be called Sea Trial, but the name was changed to Miss Trial after a trial gone awry with a Baton Rouge judge who shall remain nameless.


The Miss Trial is terribly slow and inefficient. This means the fuel bills are astronomical, but the good news is that because it's so slow, you can spend more time riding in the boat and less time being frustrated that we don't know how to catch fish in it.

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