Game bag

a sportsman's bag for carrying small game captured; also, the whole quantity of game taken.

See also: Game

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Isn't she a clever thing?" he said, taking the warm bird from Laska's mouth and packing it into the almost full game bag. "I've got it, Stiva!" he shouted.
Near by lay a shotgun and a game bag through the meshes of which was seen the plumage of shot birds.
From the game bag slung across one shoulder he drew a long strip of doe-skin, a neatly coiled rope, and a wicked looking knife.
We're adding sharp-tailed grouse, greater prairie chickens, and ruffed grouse to your game bag.
When it was mercifully over, my shooting stand (actually kind of a sandy depression next to a thorn bush) was testament to what my old pal Bob Hunnicutt once referred to as the "pile of shame." Meaning a whole mess of empties without a corresponding heft of downed birds in the old game bag.
A vest or belt with a game bag and pockets for live and spent shotgun shells is convenient.
Tired from their almost three-hour practice, Daquis struggled to bring her new SEA Game bag but she managed to get help from two Good Samaritans as she walked to her car in the parking lot.
Synopsis: Wingbeats and Heartbeats is a wingshooter's odyssey to the wild places where, at the end of the day, the companionship of faithful gun dogs and good friends matters more than a bulging game bag. In this sometimes humorous and sometimes poignant collection of essays, Dave Books celebrates a time-honored connection to the land and the hard-earned hunting rewards of an outdoor life.
Once Mario had the rabbit tucked away in his game bag, we walked back to the truck, leaving Nadia to feed in the field.
He had his game bag with him, a fact that Skerra had instantly spotted.
Pictured is A Still Life with Game and Blue Velvet Game Bag on a Marble Ledge, dated c.