A dove riding a tailwind is an exceptionally tough target. These guys are very fast to begin with. Throw in a tailwind of 10, 15 or 20 miles per hour and you're talking about a whole lot of missing. Unless, that is, you shoot like my friend Cam Mele. He is one of the best shots I know, especially on doves. Just prior to a recent trip I took to Cordoba, Argentina, to hunt high-velocity doves, I interviewed Cam on his game-shooting techniques. It was during that visit that Cam told me he shot all his targets via the swing-through method--that is, purposely starting behind the bird, then swinging through it before pulling the trigger.