Definitely get rod holders, If nothing else they hold boat hooks, grills and all kinds of things can be mounted in a rod holder, but I suspect you will end up with a rod. Filleting table if you must, go with rail mount, but I would want one that dropped down flat and swung up for use, but I would say you need a 3 ft or bigger table to be of any real use with fiddles, a big fish
like the 6' Wahoo I got the other day I filleted on the cockpit floor and washed the deck
off with a scrub brush some dish soap and rinsed with the cockpit shower
. With mounting the grill
, the outboard
when off the dinghy
and likely a stern anchor
on the rail, I don't have room for a table myself.
If you don't already have one, you want a real hot and cold cockpit shower
, not the little sink spray hose my boat came with.
I wonder if a filleting table that mounted like our teak
cockpit table would work? Just made from Starboard of course