Last year during early season, we were faced with a common scenario. The wind was coming out of the West in the morning but was supposed to be shifting to coming out of the S during the course of the hunt. We are by no means goose hunting and decoy setup experts, but I knew I didn't want to go with any sort of a west facing "U" spread because I was afraid the South side of the arm would either make birds coming from the south land too far to our side, or not want to commit at all. Instead I opted to go with a "J Hook" and I was AMAZED at how well the birds decoyed from both the West and the South. It worked PERFECT! Do you guys use this sort of a decoy spread? If not, what is your "go to" spread for shifting winds? Watch the video to see what it looked like and how the birds worked it, enjoy!