The polar opposite of the electric kayak is the Stand-Up Paddleboard (SUP), which is just what it sounds like; a simple surfboard designed to be paddled from a standing position. There are a number of big, highly stable SUPs on the market that even large-framed paddlers can use with ease, and many of them were designed with anglers in mind. SUPs offer three distinct advantages over sit-down boats. 1.) Because you're standing, you get to see more of the water you're fishing, including more of what's under the surface. This makes them an excellent choice for sight fishing. 2.) Standing up also means you can use your full range of motion when you cast, giving you the most distance and accuracy of any paddling option. 3.) SUPs are extremely portable. Even the biggest boards weigh only 30 pounds or so, and there are a few inflatables on the market you can easily check on a plane. They're also extremely simple; you don't need to fuss with straps, rudders, seats, batteries, or anything else. Just plop one in the water, step on board, and paddle off into the sunset. This comes in very handy when you've only got a few hours at the end of the day and the fish are biting when you arrive.