Nah, don't do it. Self tied every time. As Bob says Matchman Hooktier for spade ends and grinner for eyed hooks.
I agree about the hooks Ron, the DSspades are brilliant as are the Super Specialists and the Drennan Boilie and Continental Boilie hooks but I'd prefer to tie my own purely from a guaranteed reliability factor.
There's nothing stopping you tieing some hooks to nylon yourself before you go fishing and storing them in small plastic wallets or on one of the many commercial holders. Plus it gives you more options as to line type and breaking strain/diameter you match to each hook.
I know exactly what you mean BN, hence I find myself fiddling around with a torch at 3 in the morning changing a hooklength after yet another eel!! I just assumed some people might have more spare time than us mere mortals.