I pretty much always hunt tidal waters. I rig about half of my decoys with 25' foot of line, body wrapping the line and storing them in slotted bags. The other half of the decoys, usually the hens, I rig with long line clips and 4 foot of heavy mono. I clip singles in front of body-wrapped singles. Since the hen is in front of the drake, she'll continue to be in front of the drake even after the tide switches. I doubt it makes a difference, but I over-think everything. Just ignore me.