The new 3000 is a single-minded Pursuit, and that's bad news for the fish. The more specific a tool's purpose, the more effective its application. For instance, you can be pretty sure the knives they sell on TV at 3:00 a.m. are not very good. They slice, dice, mince, chop, julienne vegetables, hack down trees, and are still so sharp a five-year-old could puncture titanium with them. You get the feeling they do everything but cut. Meanwhile, consider the under-appreciated wonder of say, the nail clipper. It's simple, efficient, and has one very specific use. As many boatbuilders try to make each new model all things to all people - the something-for- everyone approach - Pursuit's new 3000 may be the nail clipper of the boating world. She arrives with an unapologetically singular purpose: fishing. Her layout, features, range, and ride are all built to enhance your fishing trips.