What do you consider sky busting and how does that differ from pass shooting? I have to admit I watch a couple of waterfowl shows and it sure seems to me that the folks on Drakes Migration Nation and A Fowl Life are shooting some high birds. It takes quite a bit of time as those birds tumble to the ground. Is that sky busting? If not, and that is considered pass shooting, I could probably be taking many more shots than I do. In fact, during Thanksgiving break I probably had 150 birds fly by and only a couple legitimately decoyed, feet down and close. I harvested one. What's right here, the proper etiquette?
If you have dog and can retrieve birds that would otherwise be lost because of distance change things?
Hey, Bungalow Bill
What did you kill