Tom Kirkman wrote:
One thing to keep in mind is that while standing, the boat won't be under power from the mirage drive and therefore it's unlikely you'll actually have steerage. Of course, if you're just attempting to hold the rudder over to keep the stern turned to one direction in current or drift, there are many ways to do this. A hiking stick attached to the tiller handle is perhaps the easiest. Or, take an SUP paddle with you and keep it attached to the H-bar with a paddle clip. Use as necessary. You can devise more elaborate devices, no doubt, but at some point the complexity and amount of additional parts and pieces starts to overwhelm the inherent simplicity of most kayak type fishing boats.
Points well made Tom .......... But you can be under power from a Torqeedo Rearmount or Evolve center mount I think. You can also cut a slot in a piece of PVC pipe to fit over the handle ...... It will act as a handle extension so you can stand and steer. You can also mount the Torqeedo throttle on the H Bar. Thought about it but haven't done it.