outdoorsman

[out-dawrz-muhn, -dohr-]
noun, plural outdoorsmen.
1.
a person devoted to outdoor sports and recreational activities, as hiking, hunting, fishing, or camping.
2.
a person who spends much time in the outdoors.

Origin:
1955–60; outdoors + -man

outdoorsmanship, noun


See -man.
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Example sentences
He was a seasoned outdoorsman who hunted and fished, though not for sport.
The avid outdoorsman plans to pay off debt and buy his mom a house with the
  prize money.
The avid outdoorsman said he is going to split his winnings with a friend and
  use his half to pay bills.
The avid outdoorsman added that he plans to use part of his winnings to take a
  vacation and the rest to pay bills.
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