Two tricks will help you tame the bouncing bunny. As you set up to call for the rabbit, hold your muzzles below the path of the target. That way, you won't lose sight of it. Second, look at the middle of the target, not the front edge as you usually do with conventional clays. If you try to look where the rabbit is going, it will fake you out with a bad hop. Think of rabbits the way a cornerback treats a juking wide receiver: He looks at his man's belly button, because the receiver can't go anywhere without it. Rabbits are usually moving slower than you think they are. Start with the gun low, look at the middle of the target, and shoot right at it.