I'm kind of looking for suggestions for the ideal decoy spread for my circumstances, as I have no goose decoys right now and need to buy some. I will almost always be hunting alone or with just one other person, most likely one of my sons or my aging dad. I live in Wisconsin and can only shoot two geese, so four if I have a son or dad with me, which means I don't want to spend a whole lot of time setting up a huge spread when a hunt could end so quickly if things go right. I drive a small Jeep Cherokee with a cargo hauler for the hitch, but I don't have the storage and hauling capacity for some major full body decoy spread. One option I was thinking about was purchasing two dozen super magnum G & H Canada goose shells. These decoys can obviously stack on top of each other to minimize space, and would most likely fit nicely on my cargo hauler. If I went this route, I would flock all of the heads, which would really make these things stand out, but wouldn't be an overwhelming project since I'd only have two dozen. I could throw my layout blind, gun and shells in my jet sled, and stack and strap the decoys on top of the sled for one trip out into the field. Two dozen of these big boys with flocked heads should be very visible to geese for a country mile, would help easily conceal a layout blind or two, be pretty quick to set up and take down, and should get a few geese in close enough to pick off a one or two man limit. I guess another option is an all silo spread, but I've heard mixed reports on using an all silo spread, they probably wouldn't be quite as visible for long distances, wouldn't conceal my layout as well, and I'd probably have to buy a good six dozen minimum to gain the needed visibility for an all silo spread. What are your thoughts on a spread for my circumstances and thanks in advance for your suggestions.