There's been some differing opinions within my group on how to set our spread. Typically we set a cigar shape with a hole in front of the shooters. Some of the group feel this is very unnatural and the hole is not needed. That we'd be better off randomly setting decoys with no shape in mind and no predetermined holes. Because after all, real geese don't feed with a hole in the mass. The other part of the group feels that a ton of guides and other very successful outfits use the same general shape. Cigar with a hole, or basically a big oval with a hole. So my question is, what spread design have you found works for you. Do you set a defined shape or just throw em out there. Do you use a shooting hole or no?