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I've been hiding in a low cut alfalfa field. It would be about like trying to hide in your front lawn. The geese keep seeing me in my layout even though I cover it with the green stuff. Digging a pit is not an option. I bought some super mag G&H decoys to cover up with. Any bright ideas?
 

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yea buy an avery finisher i have one and you can put it pretty much any where..... i have one and it is very handy when theres little cover.
 

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We had the same problem. The field was 50% cut oats and 50% alfalfa. We added some green grass from the edge of the feild, and added more mud to our blinds. It wasn't until we moved out of the decoy spread that we got a flock to land. Keep trying things. I know it's hard to get up and move during prime time, but sometimes it's worth it and sometimes it's not. :)
 

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We hunt a lot of winter wheat and even pasture. Seems as long as we don't move, have the blinds grassed very well, and put them in the back of the spread, we don't have problems getting them to land. Make sure you aren't moving at all, duck your hands under the layout cover, and don't follow them with your head. Worse case, move them 15 or so yards away from your spread.
 
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