Fish and game departments across the West try to improve youth shotgun skills via all kinds of clinics. Bud Salisbury is an avid upland bird hunter, champion dog handler and student of Matt Drake, an Olympic gold medalist in sporting clays. He's going to hold clinics that will help youth develop shotgun marksmanship and provide experience for success in the field. Bud holds workshops for kids aged 12 to 16 who have successfully completed a Hunter education course. Participating kids will receive one on one instruction and guidance on shotgun shooting essentials. Most workshops consist of one evening of instruction and then two days of shooting at a gun range. I asked Fish and Game official Roger Phillips to go into a little bit more detail about the rhyme and the reason for improving kids shotgun skills. You're going to teach kids about shotguns. Tell me about that. What's different between that and Hunter safety and so on? Speaker2: Well, this is an opportunity for people to kind of that next step. We want to teach everybody to be a safe hunter. And, you know, part of being a good hunter is being an accurate hunter. And so we bring some really skilled people out there to help teach youth some of the fundamentals of shooting shotguns and how they can be better. Speaker1: Shooters and creating better and safer shooters leads to a lot more success in the field. Good job, boys and girls.