Better views of my T160
My lure boxes, nav light are in the milk crate, along with charts and chart compass.
If I have a fly rod rigged, a fanny pack with my fly gear is in the milk crate (if fly rod is stowed, the fanny pack will be in the bow hold. The foul weather gear is in the dry bag at the far sternwell, but if foul weather is a possibility, it's in the milk crate, too. Stringer.
The stake-out pole is in rings on scotty bases on the starboard side by the ice chest and milk crate. There's a rod holder on the port side of the sternwell. I may be using different rod holders for different rods, and the bases have wingnuts to slide in the trax.
Ice chest, Navigator binoculars (built in compass reading) are right behind the seat back. Pliers and fish grips in the rubber net pockets right below my thighs. Also a sponge - never had to use for bailing, but it's always there - and you can clean the mud out of your cockpit.
Water bottle straight in front of me, and right behind it is a deck vee-bungee for keeping one or two lure boxes handy. Paddle of course is on a leash attached to the deck vee-bungee.
Drift sock is in the small cockpit hatch, and I can easy deploy it on the trolley to the stern. (Have an anchor I can substitute, but don't use it much, and never bring it to the coast.) Also in the small cockpit hatch are dry boxes with phone, cigars, etc. Z-cleat for lines on the port gunwhale, and I've since added another scotty base in the port track.
(in the process of adding a stringer cleat at the back of the starboard cockpit track)
Deck compass so I can follow the heading I read on the binoculars/chart.
Reel bag, stowed takedown rods, spare paddle in the bow hatch.
The bowline on the foredeck is in the trolley ring in the first photo, so I can deploy it to use for towing another boat, but going out fishing, it will be tied off on the front handle and staged in the foredeck bungee.
Sometimes there's a gel-ice lunch bag under the foredeck bungee, or maybe in the sternwell, or maybe in somebody else's boat, with a small cold watermelon.
Sometimes we do beach boats to rearrange from the bow hatch or dry bag, even stow our life vests when when we get to skinny water.
I guess if you spend 8 years with a boat, you get your rigging tuned how you like it, though you probably never stop tuning it.