Beware, those rocks could become a scarce commodity if @Dustin Bise keeps throwing them all in the lake.I like the Goodwill weight idea !! I also use 2 old Toat N Float style mesh bags. All you need to find are the rocks to load up the bag !!
I also like to carry a really heavy anchor. Remember when we were able to stay anchored in 35+ mph winds with 50 mph gusts. Do you also remember how I almost swamped the boat trying to drag that dang thing up off the bottom. I do miss that anchor.I use 2, 10lb mushroom anchors fore and aft on my 10' pram. Most days, this works great for chironomid fishing. I also carry a 15lb mushroom for especially windy days. Then I'll double up the 10's on the bow and drop the 15lb off the stern. With enough scope in the anchor lines and a relatively soft bottom, this setup holds in sustained 20mph wind.
guilty. i usually take them from the scree areas but sometimes when im done with them i just dump my bag of rock in the lake. let me know if that is bad form.Beware, those rocks could become a scarce commodity if @Dustin Bise keeps throwing them all in the lake.