Look into a fiberglass fish-and-ski. That's what I have, and it functions beautifully for fishing and family activities. It converts into a fishing machine with tons of deck space with a few cushion/deck-panel flips. You can mount a bow-mount trolling motor on a removable bracket so that the wimmins don't bitch about it taking up room on the front deck when they wanna stretch out in the sun. Plenty of horse-power and speed for any activity.
New ones are dreadfully expensive. But you ought to be able to find something used in good condition that is affordable.
Buy local. Have it checked over by a marine mechanic before purchase. Don't buy without testing on the water. I was a novice boat-buyer and didn't follow those rules, and I now realize how extremely lucky/blessed I am. My boat and motor are both 1988, and the single previous owner took wonderful care of it. My naiveté didn't punish me, but that was pure fortune. Hardly a day goes by from spring through fall that I'm not grateful I didn't step into a lemon.
ETA: Just be aware that "fish-n-ski" is a specific style of boat, not a catch-all phrase. Lots of people selling used boats will label them fish-n-ski thinking that they'll attract all lookers, and hey, you can fish out of any boat, right? But that's not correct.
A fish-n-ski converts bow and stern seating space to fishing deck space. It'll have a livewell or two, and a bow-mount trolling motor. It'll have mounts for butt-seats at the bow and stern. It'll usually have an attachable ski-pylon. It'll usually have a deeper V hull than a bass boat, and its profile on the water not so "flat".
Nowadays they are really clever and efficient on how they accomplish the convertible space efficiency. But even on my old boat, they did a good job. I just fold my rear bench seat and two rear axilliary seats down, and flip a hinged panel over the top of them to increase my back deck from about 3' deep to about 5' deep. At the bow, I have two bench-seat style upholstered floor panels about 3' long mounted on storage covers on either side of the walk-through windshield. If I want the front deck space for fishing, I just remove both panels, flip them upside-down, switch sides, and the cushions are now nestled inside the storage spaces, with carpeted deck on top.
Needless to say, my boat's default position is fishing mode.
I don't get too much of this.