This is our "go to" field set-up while hunting Canadas and ducks. The little x's being the ducks. The mojos are generally placed within 10 yds of the layouts or blind and taken down when the geese start flying around 8 am (geese sleep in later than ducks). Obviously wind direction is the variable and if you know the wind is going to be strong from a particular direction, then the bottom legs of the X can be brought closer to the layouts/blind for greater concentration of the dekes on the spot. We run about 5-6 dozen shells and full bodies. Full bodies closer to the blind. We use the full X when the wind may be light and vaiable so we don't have to rearrange so many dekes when the geese are flying. After the first couple of flocks, they'll let you know what your set-up needs to be. Dekes around the blind are placed "haphazard', not all facing in the same direction, and are by-in-large feeders. Help? Just our way, there are many, many other set-ups that are successful. Research and study.
Also, I just made us three battery powered goose flaggers out of wiper motors, (thanks to John ONeal), which we'll put into action this fall in Canada. Hoping that that addition will bring some more attention to our set-ups.
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