Around 1900, commercial fish houses in the crystal river, florida area used mullet skiffs (also called ice boats). these were about 36 feet long and 8 wide and were powered by 10 horsepower "make-break" engines.. Building the 22’ mullet boat ‘tamatea’ – sailing sunday photos & story by chris mcmullen. edited by alan h after chris mcmullen saw last weeks ww story on ‘tamariki’ he contacted me re sharing his ‘tamatea’ photos that had been languishing in an album kept for him by his dear mother, vera mcmullen. i…. By fred night - port orange, florida - usa these skiffs are from 14 to 21 feet long and can run in 6 to 8 inches of water with their motor tilted up. these boats are used for mullet fishing, flounder gigging and cast netting plus pulling crab traps..
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