Are you running just singles or singles and long lines?
Last season I had the wind switch four times on me in less than two hours. It started NE and ended up out of the South.
My long lines weren’t a big deal, I ran out with my boat, and moved the end decoys so they faced the wind.
Then I just waded out and stared throwing my singles, to keep the shape that I wanted, witch was a teardrop. I like teardrops when the wind wants to play games.
You have to do the nasty, and move the spread. As much as we hate the thought of it, it hast to be done.
Four times in one hunt sucks, :pissed: but we saved the hunt. I have no problem with getting up and moving to a new spot if need be, if I know the birds aren’t working where I’m at.
"As long as there are Flyways and their coming our way, you'll find us right here"