well over 100 yards away to retrieve the simulat- ed birds, but only once given the command. On one occasion, he sent a dog swimming across a pond before recovering the bumper and swimming back.
After the dog handling demonstration, many young hunters tried their aim trap shooting.
One of the few female hunters in attendance, Baylee Copsey, 10, of Mechanicsville showed the boys how it’s done when she blasted a clay pigeon out of the sky.
Asked where she learned how to shoot like that, Copsey’s reply was simple: “Practice.”