- n. Plural form of hunter.
“I don't know that being seen by other hunters is always a bad thing, seeing how psyched up or psyched out some individuals are out there.”
“Many Wisconsin hunters-especially those in the central and northern counties-felt the herd reduction strategies have gone too far.”
“Nodding off has to be one factor in hunters falling out of stand, so this is a very important Question.”
“Nevertheless, today's numbers are a painful reminder that traditional savers and bargain hunters cannot easily be turned into big spenders.”
“The new generation of hunters is hunting smarter with better equipment, which includes choosing rounds such as the 7mm mag or the .300 mag over the 30-06.”
“He then concludes that the best solution for hunters is that they should stop hunting wolves - how convenient for him.”
“I think it should be illegal to sell cotton hoodies in hunters orange!”
“Discount retailer Target is offering up to half off of popular toys like Barbie and Fisher Price to lure bargain hunters this holiday season, the company said today.”
“This, like many other bogus scandels against hunters, is ridiculus!”
“But the number of male hunters is dropping steadily, while the number of women hunters is holding fairly flat.”
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