Though the classic woody roost shoot is an evening hunt, you can also bust them off a pothole very early in the morning. Often, they'll come back in twos and threes, providing steady shooting. During the day, try jump-shooting woodies by walking or floating rivers and streams. If you hunt with a partner, leapfrog downstream, one of you hiding while the other walks along the bank. Birds that flush beyond range of the walker will fly right down the stream corridor, offering a passing shot to the second hunter.