I have to agree with Old Hunter, when NJ first allowed snow goose hunting in the early 80's we used white linen napkins confiscated from a restaurant where I worked at, and they would draw the birds near enough to get a shot at, but that was back before there were a billion birds, and the were not educated as todays birds are. I remember when socks first appeared, the geese were drawn like magnets to them. A year or two later and they recognized them as being deathtraps!!! Todays birds have been exposed to every kind of rig known to man and are much wiser. You may have success under the right conditions, like any other species, they all make mistakes when conditions are stressful, but normal conditions will make it difficult to fool them. Doesn't hurt to try and who knows, maybe they will think your spread is the place to be! Good Luck.
“The perils of duck hunting are great- especially for the duck” Walter Cronkite