Click here to continue 1 / 38 Bassmaster Elite Series pro Keith Combs’ office is on a Yamaha powered Ranger 520. Take a quick tour to learn how he sets it up to be an efficient work platform. 2 / 38 A Minn Kota Ultrex provides all the power he needs to fish in any water condition, plus Spot Lock to keep him in place when he needs to stay put. 3 / 38 In addition to the transducer built into the trolling motor foot, Combs also has a Humminbird 360 transducer mounted on the trolling motor shaft to ensure he doesn’t miss anything beneath the water’s surface. 4 / 38 Two Humminbird Solix 15s are mounted on the bow of his Ranger so he can easily view charts, sonar, down and side imaging and 360 sonar. 5 / 38 Just to the left of his front-deck electronics is the switch for his Talons so he can lower the shallow-water anchors quickly. 6 / 38 His trolling motor pedal is recessed into the deck to reduce fatigue while he’s fishing. Of course, he can quickly initiate Spot Lock with the tap of his foot. 7 / 38 A cup holder and tool slots are just in front of the trolling motor foot pedal to keep necessary equipment close at hand. 8 / 38 His front deck offers a huge working platform, and features four huge compartments to store ample equipment for a long day on the water. 9 / 38 Two cavernous compartments on the right side of the deck are used to store life jackets, rain gear, his running light and tons of other gear. 10 / 38 An amazing number of trays packed with lures, terminal tackle and line fill the large center compartment. 11 / 38 Rods are stored in the compartment along the left side of the front deck until they are needed. 12 / 38 Pull-out straps secure rods on the front deck while running from spot to spot. 13 / 38 A step at the rear of the deck reduce knee stress while moving from behind the wheel to the front deck. 14 / 38 Beneath the lid of this compartment is a roomy ice chest in which Combs stores all the water he needs to remain hydrated during hot summer days. 15 / 38 His measuring board is stored in a handy slot to the right of the front step, while pliers and other tools are held in slots. 16 / 38 More tools are kept at hand in tools on the left side of the front step. 17 / 38 A small, open compartment along the rear of the front deck in front of the passenger seat serves to hold extraneous lures and trash. 18 / 38 A T-H Marine Hot Foot allows Combs to keep both hands on the wheel and still control his speed. 19 / 38 Two more Humminbird Solix 15s are mounted on the console so he has ample display area to arrange charts and his various sonar views. 20 / 38 Bass Boat Technologies mounts hold Combs’ electronics securely in place, even in the roughest conditions. 21 / 38 An autism awareness bracelet from a campaign spearheaded by fellow Elite angler John Crews rides on Combs’ outboard control lever. 22 / 38 Dual controls mounted on the steering column allow him to control his T-H Marine jack plate and outboard trim without taking his hands off the wheel. 23 / 38 ... 24 / 38 Another Talon controller mounted to the console allows him to stab in his shallow-water anchors before stepping onto the front deck. 25 / 38 Comfortable seats provide a smooth ride in rough conditions, while a step allows easy access to the rear deck. 26 / 38 Beneath the step between the seats is a compartment in which Combs keeps his balance beam, towels and other miscellaneous items. 27 / 38 He has plenty of room to move around on the large rear deck when hard-fighting bass pull him to the back of the boat. 28 / 38 A large compartment behind his seat is used to store extra tackle. 29 / 38 A second compartment on the passenger side of the back deck is open for extra storage. 30 / 38 There’s plenty of room for heavy limits of bass in the livewell. 31 / 38 His cull tags are organized on the livewell’s divider. 32 / 38 A roomy bilge compartment has ample room for his four batteries, a battery charger and spare prop. 33 / 38 Dual Talon shallow-water anchors flank Combs’ Yamaha 250 VMAX to keep his boat perfectly positioned when activated. The Ranger is powered by a Yamaha 250 VMAX. 34 / 38 Talon mounting brackets ensure his anchors are held securely in place when running through rough water. 35 / 38 Talon’s tilt brackets allow Combs to lower his Talons when maneuvering beneath low bridges, trees and other overhangs. 36 / 38 Combs controls the height of his Yamaha outboard with a T-H Marine Atlas hydraulic jack plate. 37 / 38 A Humminbird down-imaging transducer is mounted to the jack plate. 38 / 38 A ladder on the rear deck can be employed if Combs ends up in the water.