I prefer to head out to the big lakes later in the morning to avoid any possible crowds and generally you have more options on where you can hunt because most have left. Launched the boat about 10:30 with only one other truck in the lot. Since I was trying a new area I had a general idea of where I wanted to set up but wasn't 100% sure. The point I wanted was open, so I tossed out some decoys and hunkered down. The divers were flying some but they weren't overly active. After about an hour of watching flock after flock cut wide of me and head down into a neck I decided to pick up and go see what all the fuss was about. I rounded a point and stretched out along a bank were a couple hundred divers who promptly left. The problem was that there really wasn't anywhere to hide from them and no point, just a long flat bank. I finally decided on a raised area of the bank that could somewhat be considered a point. As I was tossing out the decoys I had 4 flocks try to land on me, so I thought I was good to go. Finally set up and flock after flock would come in but flare well out of range. I tried moving the boat to a different location, moving myself around, moving decoys....nothing seemed to work. They still flared wide and landed 200 yards away. I did manage to kill two after the massive flock swam in close enough to feed. Sometime around 3:00 another party showed up and decided to set up 150 yards away from and that was it for me. Never did figure out what I was doing wrong. On the way out I came past the point I had originally set up on and there were 50 or so rafted up by it.....should have stuck with my first choice, oh well lesson learned.