Since I don't fish with our Oasis, I haven't used a drill less AT on it.
I have one for my Freedom Hawk Pathfinder. It was a little tricky for the stern attachment due to the pontoons/stabilizers. You can't use the rear handle with the pontoons/stabilizers. I ended up using the fish rod holder extender in the fishing rod with the tent bungee cord attachment wrapped around it. I can use the same rig on the port or starboard side by just removing the rod holder extender from one side and putting it in the other side.
If I take my FH Pathfinder out where I won't need an anchor, I leave my drilles AT in its on bag in the trunk of my Ridgeline.
yakntexas's system is low cost, easy to assemble, and simple to use. I got all of the parts at my local Ace. I sliced and diced the line and reattached it to the O ring and through the brass snaps in about an hour. It would have taken less time if I had put the system on any Hobie with a front and rear handle. I cut about 5" of pipe insulation off a longer piece and put it over the part where I used the plastic tie straps to attach the line to the O ring. Then, I wrapped the 5 inches of pipe insulation with the trolley inside it with duct tape. That gives me a good grip to grab and run it up and down the side of the yak to position the anchor or to attach the anchor line.
If I fished out of our Oasis, I would use yakntexas's system. Home Depot and local Lowe's didn't have the tent bungee cords. I got a pack of 10 from my local Ace. They are handy for other yak uses.
Absolutely use an anchor trolley, however I don't like to drill holes in our PA's so we use the temporary anchor trolley as seen on YouTube by yakntexas. Works great for the wife and I!! Hope this helps.