This Gunstore in Traverse City, Mich has a good reputation for gun fitting.
I’m 6 ft. and I find Browning field guns too point high for me, they seem to fit guys under 5’10” best. However their target guns have different stock dimensions that fit me fine. Berettas also fit me well off the rack.
Before you get fitted, you should “groove” your gun mount for a few weeks. Unless you mount the gun consistently, they won’t be able to help you at all. Start in front of a mirror and check your form paying attention to the following: 1) FRONT HAND MOVES FIRST. If you notice the muzzles “dip” as you shoulder the gun that’s your problem. 2) HEAD STAYS STILL. Don’t try to adjust your head to the gun, it’s much easier to focus on a moving target this way. 3) MOVE AT A NATURAL PACE. If you always mount the gun at the same pace, your brain will be able to calculate leads subconsciously. If you move quickly one time and slower another, your perceived lead will change accordingly.
Practice mounting your gun 10-20 times a day along the line where a wall meets the ceiling. I find that by doing this a couple weeks before an important shoot really makes a difference.
"The bird hunter watches only the dog, and always knows where the dog is, whether or not visible at the moment. The dogsí nose is the bird huntersí eye. Many hunters who carry a shotgun in season have never learned to watch the dog, or interpret his reaction to scent."
Aldo Leopold, Round River