My daughter, Katie, and I were fishing the upper end of Lake Travis Saturday. We were fishing from the bank as the upper end is only accessible by bank right now (lake extremely low). An old man pulled up and parked on the high bank. He walked down with two rods, a bait bucket, and a tackle bag. After he stopped and talked to us for a bit, he walked up the bank and set out his gear. It was at least 30 minutes before he had a bait in the water. He spent all that time untangling and re-rigging his two poles. When I told Katie this morning that I wanted to go fishing for a few hours, I had already checked everything and made sure that all we would have to do would be cut some bait and put it on the hook. I had a fair amount of tackle organization and kept most of my poles ready to go before joining the BOC. I guess I was taught to put everything in it's place after a fishing trip and be ready for the next. After I joined the BOC, i learned even more tackle organization skills and can enjoy much more fishing time when i'm fishing. I guess the point i'm trying to make is that I was a little shocked to see someone so disorganized when it comes to going fishing. I want to thank everyone here for furthering my education and the importance of being organized. I have to wonder, was I ever as disorganized as this person? Thank you for helping me learn more than i kew about fishing.