last season was my first hunting on wild Roosters in 15 years or so. I was pretty discouraged with how many birds I knocked down that could not be found, even with good bird dogs and other hunters helping with the search. That being said, I am thinking that this next season I will try and shoot my second barrel at the rooster that I've already hit with the first barrel. I am wondering if anyone else employs this tactic ? I plan to train for this by shooting clays and then following up with a second shot on the largest part of the clay I've already shattered. Again, any and all thoughts on this practice regime are appreciated.