fishing pole

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Synonyms for fishing pole

a rod of wood or steel or fiberglass that is used in fishing to extend the fishing line

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Hazard: The plastic worm at the end of the fishing pole line can separate, producing small parts that pose a choking hazard to children.
Example: An LLC, A, was formed in 1993, and since that time has been involved in two distinct lines of business--the manufacture and sale of baseball bats and the manufacture and sale of fishing poles.
Mike taped the board to a fishing pole and the team was able to get real-time usable data about the rod's movements, and eventually were able to use that data to sense when a fish was biting or a fish was on the hook.
Andy Pell won this round from Peg 2 on Marches Lake, fishing pole and pellet for 32-14-0 of small carp and tench.
Early Thursday morning, Coast Guard officials in a helicopter spotted a fishing pole and two backpacks on some rocks.
He didn't ask for much only a good cup of coffee and his fishing pole.
The next day Iffers AC fished the lake and the top weight jumped to 84lb 14oz as Alan Simmons, from Caldicot, got into the carp fishing pole and pellets.
Audi, BMW, and Mercedes owners will go to bed tonight listening for the tell-tale sound of car thieves sliding a fishing pole through their letter box to steal their car-keys.
For the fishing pole, twist two chenille sticks together to make one stick, and curve the top of the pole a little.
Run back to the fishing pole, and reel in the line.
She attaches a looped string to a fishing pole, lassos a real lizard, and then sets it down where she needs territorial conduct or flirtation.
Hampton Springs Open, Broxton, Sat, Mar 1 Tom Gollins,Wem,drew peg 9 on Meadow and, fishing pole with corn on the hook, landed 33lbs 2oz of carp.
But very few floats are discovered by an angler searching for the top four sections of an expensive fishing pole that took a dive.
In David Greene's Bottery of 1969, a working class "Joe," fishing pole in hand, enjoys an afternoon in the country by plugging his portable TV into the nearest "Logplug.
This shelter was a small hut with a large backyard and one deep well with a long bamboo counterbalanced sweep pointed high to the blue sky like a giant fishing pole.