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A skiff is a type of shallow-draft, flat-bottomed boat that is typically small and open. Skiffs are designed for use in shallow waters, such as rivers, estuaries, and flats. They often have a simple construction, featuring a flat hull that allows them to navigate in areas with low water depth. Skiffs can be powered by various means, including outboard motors, oars, or even poling in extremely shallow waters. The open design of a skiff provides flexibility for different activities, including fishing, transportation, and recreation. Skiffs are popular for inshore fishing, especially in locations where access to shallow or restricted waterways is important.

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