Geese feed hard now in the bounty of late summer and early fall. Hay meadows, alfalfa fields, and pastureland are all prime. So is grain stubble: Harvested wheat, milo, and oats are perfect, especially where green weeds have started sprouting back through the stubble. Scout hard and set up in the honkers' favorite feeding field or pasture. Place layout blinds on the X (the specific spot where they've been landing), with the breeze at your back. Put a cluster of full-body decoys (mostly feeders) behind you. Then build two ragged lines of full-bodies (feeders and uprights) in a V. Geese will set their wings to land in the gap of the V or just beyond the cluster.