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still hunt

n.
The hunting of game by stalking or ambushing.

still′-hunt′ v.
still′-hunt′er n.
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still hunt

n
(Hunting) the hunting of game by stalking or ambushing
vb
(Hunting) to hunt (quarry) in this way
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.still hunt - a hunt for game carried on by following it stealthily or waiting in ambushstill hunt - a hunt for game carried on by following it stealthily or waiting in ambush
hunting, hunt - the work of finding and killing or capturing animals for food or pelts
deerstalking - stalking deer
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If you're a still-hunter, you'll often glass without support, sometimes pausing in a climb.
Unlike while hunting from a treestand, non-shooter deer will often pick up a still-hunter's scent and spook as they work around him.
"A still-hunter is someone with the hunting style of a cat, like a mountain lion, who can creep along and sneak up on game."
He's most likely good with treestands and ground blinds, he's a patient still-hunter, and he can spot-and-stalk in the wide-open spaces.
I think every still-hunter experiences a variety of emotions when one is successful in bagging a trophy buck.
Though a comical clown, he is very intelligent and well worth the highest skill of any still-hunter.
When a seasoned still-hunter gets the right conditions, killing a deer from the ground is easy; it's trophy hunting that's tough.
These wooded fingers serve as conduits during the rut and are a top spot for an aerial ambush, or for the still-hunter a natural bottleneck to sneak through as I did in the beginning of this article.
When I first moved to Montana some 10 years ago, I'd primarily been a stalker and still-hunter. Slipping through the desert and high woods had been, and still is, my favorite way to hunt.
Unlike some who relish long waits near bait or the distant, hollow baying of hounds, I'm a still-hunter. You don't kill many bears by still-hunting, but each shot is sweet indeed.
Twenty-six year-old Jeff Grab, an avid still-hunter from Vermont has tagged eight deer still-hunting with archery tackle.