Wang might just be the ticket. Do you have it mounted on the side?
I have been using it through the scupper holes as the first homemade anchor trolley I made didn't suit my fancy so I took it off and filled the small holes.
I just got the last parts I needed and will be building a dual anchor trolley setup (one on each side on top) similar to what Bubble boy posted in another thread). I like the idea of having an anchor trolley on each side that runs from just in front of the side rails back to the stern and are mounted on top so the sides are kept clean.
Based on using the PA so far, the ability to put a pole down on each side in the rear area (or an anchor and one pole) would make it easy to position the PA and hold it at that position regardless of the current or wind direction.
While I do like the rod storage of the PA14, I never fill the rod storage areas up. I have the Hobie rod extension tubes in the back rod holes and 2 Cabelas Quick Draw rod holders mounted up front. When I'm on the water with 4-5 rods, usually 2 are in the back and one in each fron rod holder. If I take a 5th rod, that one will be in the rod storage.
I usually carry the Wang SOP in the upper left rod storage tube and if fits perfectly. The key for me since I bought a PA and started Kayak/Personal Fishing Craft (PFC as Hobie calls it) fishing is that the less clutter I have up front, the nicer it is. I didn't mount anything on the side rails as that make is so easy to just sit down in the seat if you're lanching the PA from shore or a ramp.
I've been really happy with my PA14 and if I take some pictures of the anchor trolley setup, I'll try to get pictures all around with the PA rigged for fishing as well.
I'll probably post pictures by Sunday after I get it installed.