Meaning of pit-lamping in English:

pit-lamping

Pronunciation /ˈpɪtˌlampɪŋ/

noun

Canadian Hunting
  • The use of strong lights to blind an animal temporarily so that it freezes in its tracks, allowing the hunter an easy shot; nocturnal hunting employing this technique.

Origin

1920s. From pit lamp + -ing, the lamps originally used being those used in coal pits.