I had a Trib 9.5 but traded up to a Mini Max last fall. It only weighs 52lbs (w/o frame) and works much better for fishing space wise - the stiff Aire floor was great for standing on tho. It's longer than the Trib, about 15lbs lighter, and since it's hypalon it folds way more compact too. No trailer needed either. I can completely inflate the raft in less than 5 mins with an electric pump and top off hand pump.
I got it for quick day trips with my 67 y/o dad, or my wife who has a bad back (neither can help much with the set up or carrying the boat). I can rig it myself in less than 30 mins, from unloading the car to shoving off.
You'd have to be crafty to make an overnight work, but that's what my big boat is for. I end up taking the little guy out more since it is such a no-hassle deal. A Puma would be bigger, heavier and bulkier to roll, but also a great choice for both whitewater and fishing. (probably better if you will trailer it)