Step 10: Time to go Fishing
I think this updated version of the venerable jug line offers several of advantages. First, the noodles come in a variety of colors so you'll be able to identify and locate your sets easily. Second, the shape of this set up makes it easy to tell if you have a fish on the line as the end tends to tip up when you have a fish. Third, this shape takes up less space in the boat. They also store and travel better than milk jugs or bleach bottles. Plus, I think they just look cool.
One very important note: please make sure that this type of set-up is legal where you intend to use it. Some areas may not allow unattended fishing lines. Most states limit the number of these that you can set at one time and require that they are checked at least once a day. Most states also require that you permanently affix your name and address to each setup. I use a brass or copper trap tag that I get from a trappers supply store. You can also make your own. All states limit the species and number of fish that can be caught in a day and/or held in possession. Please obey all applicable laws and regulations, be responsible, be safe and enjoy.