jacklight

IPA: dʒˈækɫaɪt

noun

  • (Canada, US) A spotlight or lamp mounted on a car, boat or pole, etc. to aid in hunting.

verb

  • (hunting, US, Canada) To shine a jacklight or spotlight on an animal, usually a deer, to aid in hunting at night.

Examples of "jacklight" in Sentences

  • He was charged with possessing jacklight equipment after police saw him in a wooded area.
  • "Why, of course we can follow his trail slowly by the aid of that hunting jacklight of yours.
  • I did, however, get a kick out of a court session in Autauga County, AL, in which a father was busted for teaching his sons how to jacklight deer.
  • Now and then one would stand and stare, his eye-balls gleaming like coals of fire; and at last came the roar of the gun, and the jacklight tumbled to the ground.
  • In the evenings he read The Toledo Blade and the Grand Rapids paper by the lamp in the front room or went out spearing fish in the bay with a jacklight with D. J. Smith.
  • Now first-time offenders who jacklight deer at night, kill deer and turkey out of season or exceed the limit of animals they can bag will face 90 days in jail, a fine of at least $1,000 and a three-year loss of their hunting license.

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