The Best Fishing Boat Names

A little inspiration when choosing a name for your new or used boat.

Behold the Aquaholic
Fishing boat names worthy of a share. Outdoor Life Online Editor

You can get a little insight into the psyche of a fisherman by the boat he owns and runs. If he puts a name on the side of the skiff, you can learn even more about what he thinks of the world as a whole, life in general, and occasionally some specifics about fishing, fun and family.

Fishing tournaments are good place to see a lot of boats, many with names, and lots of personality in the mix.

Here are some to ponder, with some poignant thoughts about each boat’s handle.

Sea Sceptre
Sea Sceptre Outdoor Life Online Editor

A king in a small kingdom is still a king.

Exterminader
Exterminader Outdoor Life Online Editor

This big, fast, wrapped rig is likely funded by pests.

Rod Confusion
Rod Confusion Outdoor Life Online Editor

Confusion? Well, it’s only fishing.

Clean Livin'
Clean Livin’ Outdoor Life Online Editor

Words to live by.

Fishin' Impossible
Fishin’ Impossible Outdoor Life Online Editor

Hopefully this crew of anglers pulls off success at the last moment of every fishing day.

Nice Rods
Nice Rods Outdoor Life Online Editor

Well, they are, ah, nice rods.

Reel Tight
Reel Tight Outdoor Life Online Editor

For the best control, this is good advice.

Rock Bottom
Rock Bottom Outdoor Life Online Editor

Well, it’s definitely not a Hatteras.

Knot Workin'
Knot Workin’ Outdoor Life Online Editor

A little practice with McNally’s Fisherman’s Knots Book will fix this fishing problem.

Wasabi
Wasabi Outdoor Life Online Editor

It does look like a pretty hot crew.

Real Reel
Real Reel Outdoor Life Online Editor

It’s a boat, not a reel, right?

Mad Dog
Mad Dog Outdoor Life Online Editor

He must be British. You know, “Mad Dogs and Englishmen”

Wave Buster
Wave Buster Outdoor Life Online Editor

The wave buster in the background looks a little more seaworthy.

Logan's Run
Logan’s Run Outdoor Life Online Editor

Great book and movie, the owner likely isn’t kin to author William Nolan.

Sweet Maria
Sweet Maria Outdoor Life Online Editor

How come she’s not on board?

Bad Attitude
Bad Attitude Outdoor Life Online Editor

Maybe, but they look like they’re having a pretty good time.

Jolly Roger Flag
Jolly Roger Flag Outdoor Life Online Editor

If you fly the “Jolly Roger,” name the boat the same.

No Rug Rats
No Rug Rats Outdoor Life Online Editor

No knee grabbers either.

Vamoose
Vamoose Outdoor Life Online Editor

It’s big enough and looks fast enough to back up its brag.

The Dog House
The Dog House Outdoor Life Online Editor

Boat must have strained the budget a bit.

Total Anarchy
Total Anarchy Outdoor Life Online Editor

Someone must be in charge at the helm, right?

Holy Warriors
Holy Warriors Outdoor Life Online Editor

Bless you.

Bite Me
Bite Me Outdoor Life Online Editor

No comment needed.

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‘Bout Time First boat?

First boat?

Family Devocean
Family Devocean Outdoor Life Online Editor

Close knit group this family fishermen.

Deep Secret
Deep Secret Outdoor Life Online Editor

The GPS numbers held by this crew likely aren’t discussed much.

Reel Damage$
Reel Damage$ Outdoor Life Online Editor

Maybe this boat owner can apply for a federal bail out.

Never Satisfied
Never Satisfied Outdoor Life Online Editor

Some people are like that.