I’ve got experience with a lot of boats and I’d be comfy crabbing in my canoe on a calm day somewhere like Newport Bay. But my usually outdoorsy and versatile GF believes we’d capsize my 14’ Mirrocraft canoe pulling crab rings. Hell, she might even be right - and I can certainly imagine handier floor plans for crab rings, buckets, etc. But I'm not towing my fresh water ski boat to/from the coast, and it's already winterized until spring. So my mind caught fire the other day when I saw a tiny aluminum boat riding snugly in the bed of a 4WD Dakota just like mine. I was thinking that could be just about right with a little 4-5hp motor I could “winterize” year ‘round by simply draining it after each use. Seems light enough that the two of us could easily yank it out of the truck, screw the motor on and complete a Dungeness mission with little/no fuss. Never had a motorboat that light or compact, so I’m looking for ideas/pointers/cautions that’ll help me refine my search quickly. Primitive and funky are fine as long as it’s reliable. What are you guys and gals using for super compact rigs?