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Go Fish

Yeah. Standing. Fishing. Kayaking.

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It’s understandable if you want to get away today.

To fish, let’s say.

But you don’t fish. Because you can’t stand up while doing it on a kayak.

That ends... now.

Get all ESPN73 with the Stand-Up Fisherman’s Kayak, basically a regular kayak that transforms into a bass-fishing-ready sturdy boat-thing that you can stand on while dropping your bobber in the water, available now.

As far as modern takes on kayaks go, this one is super kayak-y. Eighty-five pounds. About 10 feet long. Buoyant (important). But where it gets interesting is the back pointy part, which splits in two and extends out at 45 degrees, like a nautical Transformer.

So picture it: you’re paddling through the reeds, tracking that whopper of a bass your grandpappy told campfire stories about. Suddenly, you catch a glimpse of it. That’s when you lift and snap the stabilizer rail into place. Pull yourself up to a standing position with the built-in rope. Throw your feet on the pads. Voilà: you’re securely standing on water. And fishing.

Oh, and if you need to go into stealth mode on “Ol’ Guppy,” there’s a 12-foot pole you can use to move around without the roar of an outboard engine.

Might want to put your phone on silent, too.

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