The beauty of the small setup is the ease of mobility and adjustment. If the weather changes, or the geese alter their flight plans, you can pick up and leave or change your spread quickly. To control their descent, geese always land into the wind. They also tend to move into the wind once grounded. It's not uncommon for the wind to switch, especially after the sun rises and the earth's heating causes thermal shifts. In such instances, repositioning 300 or more decoys is a daunting task, especially when geese are on the horizon. With the help of a partner, moving 40 to 50 decoys takes only a few minutes.