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noun as in fishing

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But this season he turns down the wattage, playing a darkly serious role in a play said to be about fly-fishing.

Would I have to take up some hobby—fly fishing or model-railroading—where I could meet a few potential pals?

And to his credit, when I went fly-fishing with him he caught a 20-pounder, and we did not include it in the film.

I enjoy fly-fishing, but noodling, I'm afraid, I'll leave to Paul.

Andrew took a tremendous interest in fly fishing, buying a venerated fishing reel company called Abel Reel Co.

Also after a frosty night followed by a bright day, fly fishing need not be attempted with any chance of success.

But as a fly fishing month, March seldom affords, in the north of England at least, any good or certain diversion.

To miss “the take” was to waste the day, at least in fly-fishing.

What I am anxious to impress upon all is, that fly-fishing is not necessarily an expensive sport.

I must not forget to mention dry-fly fishing, which is particularly suitable for women.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fly-fishing, such as: piscary, trawling, trolling, and freshwater fishing.

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