Having taken my PA14 out on the open ocean many times, I'm here to warn anyone considering any sort of outrigger. If you get caught up in a surge, a boil or sleeper and flip, it will be almost impossible to self-rescue and flip back over with those things mounted.
I highly recommend practicing self-rescue and more so when adding things to your Hobie PA. And to that end, be very cautious of what and how you use leashes. While a leash might save your expensive rod and reel, too many will get you tangled up in the mess in a hurry. Not a good thing to have happen in rough water. Instead of leashes, use floatation devices. I use pipe insulation on all my rods to get them to float instead of leashes. The only thing I leash is my Mirage drive and my fish stringer. Everything else either floats or I put a float on it so it wouldn't sink.
Photo of a boil and the kelp. Imagine trying to flip a kayak with floats attached after getting tumbled and then tangled in the kelp.
More kelp. Water looks calm, but there's a 5' swell NW at 7 seconds and a 4'swell W at 13 seconds. When the two swells combine, maybe every 10 or 15 minutes, they turn into 8-9' swells and will break over, easily flipping any kayak if sideways.
And just for fun, some fish porn!