Tag Archives: Gil Ash

Shooting Skills And Brain Patterns

The hunting seasons here in the States are winding down and with spring comes the beginning of our year traveling our continent and South America helping wing and clay shooters alike become better, however they define it. Continue reading Shooting Skills And Brain Patterns

Shocking What Happened…

In our last installment, we talked about pigeon and ducks decoying to the blind and offered some tips on how to become more proficient when hunting incoming and decoying birds. Two weeks after we sent the article, I got a call from one of our clients Continue reading Shocking What Happened…

Shotgun Tips & Tricks – Improving Consistency on Ducks and Pigeons

hunter in blindThe passing shot is the most difficult shot because the gun must be farther in front of the target than the flushing shot.  Perhaps the birds that hunters have the most Continue reading Shotgun Tips & Tricks – Improving Consistency on Ducks and Pigeons

Shotgun Tips & Tricks – Consistency Is Key

Dove hunting ArgentinaOur seminars were a huge hit at Convention this year thanks to the huge crowds who came and asked questions and got involved in the real causes for their good and not so good performances in the field. It seems that no matter how many times we talk about sight picture and practicing gun mount until it is consistent without even thinking about it, people are still amazed when we talk about where your eyes are when shooting a shotgun. This is the most misunderstood part of wingshooting and, due to that misunderstanding, few practice sight picture because they don’t know what or how to practice. Continue reading Shotgun Tips & Tricks – Consistency Is Key