So I've had float tubes, a pontoon boat and a drift boat and each has its place, and each has its limitations. Float tube easily packed, but can be cold and slow going. Pontoon not so cold, opens up more water including rivers, but isn't packable and is a little bit of a pain to assemble. Drift boat great on rivers, good on accessible lakes, but big, trailer is needed and is expensive. What about the pram. I know they are more popular up North than in the states and I don't have any experience with them as a fishing craft. Aside from quality workmanship, what makes a good pram? Why do they seem to be such a popular choice in BC? What features are most fisher-friendly? Maybe a pram would make a nice boat building project. Thanks for reading.