The main advantage that goose hunting blinds offer is portability - you will be able to use them wherever and whenever you like. This is more efficient in comparison to setting up a decoy spread in the near vicinity of a fence line and hiding in the bushes because you can set it exactly where the geese are eating.
If you will be conducting your hunts under a flight path, it is advisable to do it right in the middle of the largest available field in that area. The incoming geese will feel secure because they will not need to land next to any weeds in which there could be predators waiting for a fast kill. By doing this you will surely increase your efficiency.
An important advantage that low profile goose blinds offer is that you can hunt without being spotted.
You will be doing all the calling and the flagging from the inside of your spread. In order to set the spread right, you should insert vegetation into it so that it remains undetected.
The moment you have finished setting it up you should surround it with decoys. It is advisable to use large decoys (full-bodied or silhouette). On the sunny days, the decoys should be placed within the shadow your goose hunting blind makes.
All in all, installing and using a goose hunting blind isn't very hard and the efficiency is almost guaranteed. What you must do is install it the right way by following the simple steps above. Remember, make sure to use camo material so that you will not be spotted by the incoming geese because once they have detected you, there are slim chances of catching any birds.