Long lines; I've been thinking about setting up my scoter decoys so they are not removable from the mainline. Reason for this is where I hunt, with the current, tide and wind, it can be very frustrating to get the decoys set sometimes. I generally don't use a dog when hunting scoter. Right now I use the Avery full body duck decoys bags and store two decoys per slot, or 24 decoys per bag. This makes for a very organized and space saving method. I store my long lines on electrical cord reels. I hunt scoter anywhere from 15' to 45' of water. I was thinking of just making up some short 'anchor lines' to connect to the mainline. My questions are; What problems are associated with setting decoys out like this? How often do you tangle? Do you still use a drop even if you're not going to be using a dog? What kind, if any, swivel are you using? How/what kind of decoy bag are you using?