For years, hunting lakes, I've been taught to play the wind, look for points, coves, etc. with slackwater that ducks could get out of the wind and chop to loaf. I've now seen enough ducks land in big choppy water, raft up, or spiral circles and fall out of the sky to land in a place that the wind is all wrong. I talked to an old timer once who would always hunt the opposite side of what everyone else did. If it was a North wind, he'd hunt the South bank. He always managed to scracth some, even when no one else was. What do you guys do?