I agree with Troy. When I first started waterfowl hunting I was already used to shooting clays with my father. However just because I can hit clays didn't mean I knew when to shoot or come out of my blind. Time and experience will benefit you. Good luck
I agree. A clay pigeon floating at 30 yards is pretty different from half a dozen woodies swooping over the decoys at first light. But, like was already mentioned, practice mounting your gun smoothly and correctly can't be undervalued, either. My opinion...if you have an excuse to shoot your gun, do it!