If you coil the running line as if you were using a shooting head on a single-handed rod, you will tangle up for sure. I use a technique I learned from a U.K. instructor. Haul in one-half of your running line, and loop it over a lower hand finger and hold it in a pinch (your choice, pinkie for me) in two equal parts - quarters, eh? Halves of a half? Repeat with the rest. You will now have four long skinny loops on the water, about equal in size, two on each side of your lower hand, and two bends on your finger. The current will manage the loops for you. When you cast your head, the huge mass will suck all that floating running line through the guides. Not nearly as elegant as a neat bunch of small loops of decreasing size hanging from your fingies, but it sure does work. No spaghetti!