Tapping into the 'Fuge knowledge bank here and guys who successfully chase snows in Canada every fall - what do you typically run for a spread and how many? Getting ready to make a return trip (and hopefully the start of an annual trip) to Sask in two years and looking to build up the needed spread. The first time we went things were OK for being a first time trip, not spectacular but didn't expect limits every day, knew we were going to get some learning in - one thing I noticed though was we definitely lacked decoys, particularly compared to some other groups we saw. I'm leaning towards a mix of full bodies and socks, however there are space and hauling constraints to think about in the event a field cannot be driven into and I'm wondering how you guys take that into consideration. Obviously they are dumber and typically require less in Sask, still want to make sure we are better prepared for this next trip though.