Guys, I'm practicing my crossing shots on clay pigeons at my club on an adjustable trap. I was able to connect pretty well this morning on both left-to-right and right-to-left shots, which was kind of a rare morning for me. My question is: I am thinking most flushes from a wild rooster will have the bird about 15' to 30' high when its in the air and heading for the next county ( or wherever he is determined to get to). I want to practice my shots at an elevation that will mimic real world, wild pheasant shots. Am I on the right track ?