Definition of "still-hunt" []

  • A hunting for game in a quiet and cautious manner, or under cover; stalking; hence, colloquially, the pursuit of any object quietly and cautiously. (noun)

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Use "still-hunt" in a sentence
  • "I mostly still-hunt, but try to sit tight when other hunters are moving - I think deer are aware of our presence, but really only react to noise and movement."
  • "Also have two or more spots in mind so when your toes get cold you can pick up the stool and still-hunt to the next place, sorta like a bass fisherman, he doesn't fish in only one spot on the lake."
  • "I hunt all of my first day in a stand, then the next few days I start the morning in a stand, then still-hunt or do a drive, then spend the last hour or two in a stand."