Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun Plural form of fenceline.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • I check known bedding areas first and then start walking fencelines.

    When you hunt for sheds where is the first place you look?

  • Aside from the basic and the obvious (identifying my target before taking the shot, being careful where my weapon is pointed, taking proper care with weapons while crossing fencelines, etc.), it means risk management - not elimination of all risk, but intelligently dealing with risk with safety of all in mind.

    Safety First; What exactly does this mean?

  • I check known bedding areas first and then start walking fencelines.

    When you hunt for sheds where is the first place you look?

  • Aside from the basic and the obvious (identifying my target before taking the shot, being careful where my weapon is pointed, taking proper care with weapons while crossing fencelines, etc.), it means risk management - not elimination of all risk, but intelligently dealing with risk with safety of all in mind.

    Safety First; What exactly does this mean?

  • Out went the fencelines to make for easier tilling of the fields.

    Pheasant Numbers

  • Ravines, ridgelines, creek beds, fencelines, and series of buck rubs or scrapes are all good examples.

    How to Still-Hunt for Deer With Your Bow

  • Ravines, ridgelines, creek beds, fencelines, and series of buck rubs or scrapes are all good examples.

    Unseen, Unheard: How to Still-Hunt Bucks and Get Very Close

  • Out there, beyond the fencelines, beneath the starlit, flat-topped hills, beneath the veld, beneath the dwarf scrub, beneath the endless running wind of the Karoo, what else remains locked away?

    Memory Wall

  • Those fencelines not only protected the phesants from the winds in Winter, but provided safe passage between the sloughs and woodlots.

    Pheasant Numbers

  • I fondly remember walking the fencelines of west-central Minnesota as a youth, hunting with my father and grandfather.

    Pheasant Numbers

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.