I know this late coming in but,,,, Loon is right, don’t let these other guys fool you. You may very well be the first human they have ever seen. As mentioned, after they get banged at they’ll smarten up right quick. It sounds like you have to stay low profile until you get a blind on your boat. Best bet is to find their feed and set up there. If not look for their flight path leading to it and set there and don’t expect them to land they will give you a courtesy flyby though. If your boat doesn’t have much of a blind and it’s not a real layout I’d set up just down wind and off to the side of your spread so they won’t be looking at your boat, you want them to keep their eye on your spread not you. Place your divers on the down wind side of your puddle ducks so they are the first decoys they see. To make your spread look bigger, spread them out. With what you have I’d go with a teardrop pattern. Expect to have them swing your spread to the outside, though with a teardrop they could break to the inside towards you. Remember divers don’t like to fly over decoys/ducks so give them flight paths through your spread. They want to see open water facing them when they come in to land and take off, also with the wind in their faces or when they give you a flyby. Good luck
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