We hunt in an area where there are large tidal flats that the geese and ducks love to hang out on during low tide. We are fairly successful hunting ducks in the river, the ponds and in the saltwater when the tide is in. But I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions on hunting strategies for hunting out on the flats. There are a few small stumps and the occasional tree that is washed up but other than that there isn't much cover. I've considered a laydown but that would likely turn into a mud fest right away, a pit would fill with water during the next high tide and it seems like any type of blind would stand out like a neon light. I've considered hauling a tree out with my boat and anchoring it off but not sure how well that would work. At any rate, was wondering if anyone has had any success on this front?