We still have a few spots available, and I appreciate being able to tell you more about this trip. It's our goal to provide quality events at lower prices than normal, so that Outdoorsmen can have affordable outdoor adventures in a great environment and learn. This is a great opportunity for Christian Outdoorsmen to help a friend or family member find their way. Here is a link to more information. http://blastandcast.org/events/Let
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Some good stuff from an article about practicing wing shooting- From an article:
Skeet was invented for grouse hunters, but it's perfect preseason practice for the dove hunter.
The Assignment: Two or three rounds of skeet a week between now and opening day will make a huge improvement in your shooting. Call for the bird with your dove gun dismounted and work on mounting it in synchronization with the speed of the target.
Extra Credit: If you can have a skeet field to yourself (often right at opening or closing times), skip High and Low 8, Low 7, and all the doubles--those stations don't simulate dove shooting. Instead, shoot High 1, which mimics the dove that comes over your head from behind, and the incomers from Low 1, High 6, and High 7. Stations 2 through 5 give you practice on crossing targets. Take your stool or 5-gallon bucket with you and try some shots sitting down. Practice using your feet to turn your upper body for a decent swing while sitting.
Chokes and Ammo: Skeet targets are shot at close range. A Cylinder or Skeet choke breaks them; IC smashes them. No. 9 shot works best, but you can use your 71⁄2 or 8 hunting loads if you prefer.