Hey guys, Can I ask for some help with setting up a spread in a new lease that I am running this year? Background: I have a 3/4 acre depression dug into a bean field next to well. We trenched power and hooked up a sprinkler pump and are pumping 77 gallons/minute into the depression. It is staying open very well even with our sub-zero temperatures. 30' pit in front of the pond on the east side (well dressed). We have thousands of geese in our area. I have been able to decoy a few, but not as many as I would like. The geese that we had decoying today all rolled off at about 100-150 yards. It was incredibly frustrating. I have been running silhouettes feeding in the field on the north and east side (just behind the blind) and about 20 geese floaters and 20 duck floaters in the pond (this still leaves ample landing room). Many of our geese are coming off of a nearby rock quarry that holds and incredible amount of birds. We are in a field just to the south of it. I had a buddy that drove by the area today that used to hunt it that told me I was setting up all wrong. He told me that he thought that I was doing poorly because these geese looked at this area as more of a roost. He told me to loose the feeder socks, and the a lot of the silhouettes in the field feeding, and focus on loading the area with shells and floaters. He said to make it look more like a roost. I have about 20 goose floaters, 2 dozen ghg shells (1/2 sleepers and 1/2 resters), 18 magnum shells (they are a bit old, but should still work) and a few dozen Bigfoots. My buddy told me to stick with this and to take the feet of of the Bigfoots and use them like shells sprinkled in. Can I get some opinions on this? Is he right? Have the socks been screwing me because of movement? Unfortunately, I am not at a point in my life where I can have a trailer loaded with full body's and shells. What is my best option for setup here? And if I am running it like a roost, do I still flag and call the same? Thanks a bunch your guys expertise!