I've fished spinning gear almost exclusively for going on 35yrs now, and I have found no one fool-proof way of getting line to lay on one without some amount of line twist.
My solution, and one that I have found to work in every single circumstance, is to spool the reel shortly before a fishing trip, and then once I get to the lake I let the end of the line out (just the end of the line, no knots, nothing tied to it) behind the boat while idling. I do this until all but the last few wraps are left on the spool, then reel it all back in. This will remove all twist and let the line lay on the spool they way it wants to. I also do this ever so often to re-lay the line on the spool, especially if fishing baits that are prone to producing line twist.
I can open the bail on all my reels and the line will just lay there.
This can also be done at home, you just need enough room to empty the spool and reel it back in, for this though, I use a damp wash cloth (I use line conditioner for this) and pinch the line lightly in it to remove the twist and pack the line tighter on the spool.
If you're not living on the edge, you're taking up too much space!