The World's Most Technologically Advanced Sportfisherman?

VIDEO: Jarrett Bay 90, Jaruco

Video produced by John V Turner

A year of R&D, 3.5 years of build time and a $20 million price tag to match all adds up to what might be the most technologically advanced sportfisherman ever built. Meet the mighty Jaruco

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