I've never tried to decoy snows so I can't help you out there. But I do that that its not so much the shape of your spread thats important as long as you leave a landing zone in front front of you. Also keep in mind that geese always land into the wind and that they hesitate to fly over other geese (or decoys) when they are low.
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