hunting guide


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Noun1.hunting guide - guide to people hunting in unfamiliar territoryhunting guide - guide to people hunting in unfamiliar territory
pathfinder, scout, guide - someone who can find paths through unexplored territory
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He seeks out his estranged father, Ernesto, a respected hunting guide in Patagonia.
Requiring written permission and increasing fines; Including a pre-written form in the hunting guide that is sent with the hunting or fishing license, and provide forms at public offices.
NYT Syndicate On a ranch at the southwestern edge of the Texas Hill Country, a hunting guide spotted her cooling off in the shade: an African reticulated giraffe.
Following a decorated career as a defensive back at North Carolina State, Dick turned down a chance to play in the NFL so he could become a taxidermist and hunting guide in Alaska.
It seems Lexi Tate's grandpa, Ron Tate, is a good teacher and hunting guide as this is Lexi's very handsome buck, taken in Oklahoma.
Deer, Elk & Moose is not a hunting guide (though it does not condemn hunting when practiced responsibly); it is a visual showcase of these animals grazing, running, courting, raising their young, and more.
A chance meeting with an African hunting guide, Fritz Dietrich, shows Ray a door.
Over the weekend, a 14-year-old boy shot and killed a hunting guide in Maryland, US.
The American is believed to have shot the lion with a crossbow - with the help of a hunting guide and farm owner from Zimbabwe - before the wounded cat was tracked for 40 hours and Dr Palmer fatally shot him with a gun.
Dave Keiser was a great hunting guide, and also a great friend and mentor.
A hunting guide survived 36 hours in the Alaskan wilderness after being mauled by a brown bear, Canadian air rescue teams confirmed.