Like many of us, i have big dreams and little pockets. so instead of five or six dozen big foots, my spread consists of 6 big foot feeders, 3 dozen standard carry lite shells (in good shape), and another dozen and a half magnum and standard shells of various makes. Some of which aren't in the best shape. (bad paint, missmatched heads etc). As the season goes on, more and more geese are flairing from my dekes. I understand that they get deke and call shy from all the hunting toward the end of the season. So my question is this. Am I better off using everything i have and just hope for the best, or would I be better off using a slightly smaller spread of just my best dekes? I'm gunning over winter wheat and cut soy bean, and believe me, there are plenty of geese in the area. I see hundreds fly by evey day. A little flagging usually gets plenty of flocks to come get a closer look, but i just can't get them in close enough. They deffinately aren't seeing me. I'm very well camoed, and i don't get call crazy either. Any thoughts?