There's a lot of fishing yaks and configurations to choose from out there, and I'm sure we'll see more new offerings. If a kayak is the type of watercraft you want, then you gotta do your research and then determine which one will work out best for your own specific fishing needs. A guy fishing for Lings and rockfish off an open ocean beach on the OR coast, might want something completely different than someone fishing shallow tide flats for Redfish in some estuary in the Gulf, or even flycasting for trout on a lake or searun cutts in a tidal creek. Hey Shapp, I'm making my own outriggers for my Tarpon 140, so I can experiment with sailing rigs for it. I'm thinking of turning it into a trimaran, sort of a wannabe Hobie Adventure Island. I'm going to be shaping the pontoons ("amas") out of urethane foam "blanks" I am making from scraps left over from surfboard blanks. Then I'll glass the "amas" and figure out the "akas" (outrigger poles). I'm cutting the scraps to fit and am gluing 'em together with expanding urethane glue. I have one nearly shaped, made from chunks of stripped down broken boards and shaping room scraps. I have an entire "reject" blank I scored from a shaper friend that I am going to butcher and glue up to make the other one. (That is when and if I have the time to get back to this low-priority project...it is now so buried on the list, that I may never get back to it).