Rigging a PWC for fishing is relatively simple. I have a fish finder temporarily installed at the console, but my main addition sits aft: a multipurpose contraption of aluminum bars fabricated by a T-top manufacturer that houses a cooler-turned-baitwell and twin rod holders, and can even serve as an elevated viewing or poling platform. But I can stand atop the seat of this 11-foot-long behemoth and survey the water. Standing in the footwells or on the generous aft platform, the stability is such that, when I do hook into a fish, I can fight it without tipping my ride or going into the drink. Sure, something big might tow me around a little should it take my bait, but hey, that’s half the thrill.