I have also gained from this thread. We often times hunt water to deep to wade in and have rigged 12 decoys with 9' of line with a slide sinker and loops on each end so you end up with 24 loops on the cariber clip but are 4 1/2 ' of line to tend with.
NOTE -I bought the big clips that are marketed for holding extension cords ,found them at a Dollar General store for $4.00 which is about $1.50 higher that the regulars but have a 150 pound capacity and are roughly 6" in diameter and gives plenty of room to hold onto when in transport.
I dont know how it will work so I only did a dozen first to see how it goes. If it simplifies the process I will order the mono line and al. crimps which is said to cause even less tangles.
I have one idea that I will try if I order the mono and crimps- on the side of the crimp that the line is fed back into to create the loop I am going to take side cutters and cut a small angle to give even less of an area for line to hang up on at the crimp,seems like a simple process that might give even more improvement to an already handy method.