fowler (lay a) snare

“Fowler” From Concise Bible Dictionary:

Used symbolically for Satan, from whose snares God delivers His saints (Psa. 91:3; Psa. 124:7; Prov. 6:5). In the punishment of Israel their prophets became as the snare of the fowler (Hos. 9:8).

“Snare” From Concise Bible Dictionary:

Several words are employed to point out the snares or pits by which animals are caught. They are also used symbolically for the snares men lay for one another, and especially for those that Satan lays to entrap man into his power. Snares to be effectual must be hidden. It is in vain to set a net in the sight of any bird (Prov. 1:17); in like manner the hook in fishing is always concealed. The baits that Satan uses are things that men like, and which may not always be moral evils in themselves, as riches, honor, but which may end in the loss of the soul (1 Tim. 3:7; 1 Tim. 6:9; 2 Tim. 2:26). “The fear of the Lord is a fountain of life, to depart from the snares of death” (Prov. 14:27). Nehemiah, led of God, wisely avoided all the snares that were laid for him by the enemy (Neh. 6). So the Christian, taught of God, and led by the Holy Spirit, will not be ignorant of Satan’s devices, and will not fall thereby.
Trammel nets for snaring migratory quails near Gaza.

Strong’s Dictionary of Hebrew Words:

a primitive root; to ensnare (literally or figuratively)
KJV Usage:
fowler (lay a) snare