Both nice set ups. The only thing I do differently is I add a barrel swivel and the last 3 feet is 50-60lb fluorocarbon ALWAYS with either a ringed hook or a perfection loop to the hook. The barrel swivel helps avoid line twist and the fluoro addition makes me feel more sneeky
When the skipper says "their at a hundred feet", I will bait up, free spool the reel with the clicker on and lay the rod against the rail so I can strip line off the reel to the exact depth I want. I am 5'11" tall and your average meat head of this height has about 6 feet or 1 fathom of wing span.
So for 100 feet of depth, that is basically about 17 "strips" of line off the reel to get my bait to where the tuna are in the water column. If you can remember to bring a black marker with you fishing, you can mark your line on the spool when you get to 100 feet so you dont have to keep stripping line on subsequent drops.
We use this technique on LR trips all the time when fishing bait at specific depths. But what the fuck do I know.
I fish wind on leaders that are 12’. Above the loop to loop the braid starts which is 100# White Jerry Brown hollow core. At every 25’ increment I tie a nail knot around the line with 30# yellow Spectra. It makes it easy to keep track of how deep you are fishing 75’, 150’, 225’, 300’. This really helps if you are fishing a Flat Fall jig or heavy iron because you can keep you jig in the zone and increase bites. It works great with the torpedo sinker too.