fishing rod

  1. a rod of wood or steel or fiberglass that is used in fishing to extend the fishing line
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How To Use fishing rod In A Sentence

  • The whales were commercially hunted for their oil and baleen beginning in the 1800s - the baleen being popular for making corsets, umbrellas, and fishing rods.
  • Wearing cut-offs, a baseball cap and sneakers, Shannon appears in profile, walking along a stream, carrying his fishing rod.
  • He was given a fishing rod for his birthday.
  • Once outside the lagoon and the no-take area of the marine reserve, dive guide Moyes sets up his fishing rod and soon pulls in a fair-sized barracuda.
  • When you're planning a camping trip in the outback as well as taking the swag, the esky, the fishing rod and the kitchen sink, you probably pack the recovery gear and a tool kit with a prayer you'll never need it.
  • He was given a fishing rod for his birthday.
  • Phil taking Larry to task for persisting in calling his jointed bamboo fishing rod a "pole! Chums in Dixie or The Strange Cruise of a Motorboat
  • At the crack of dawn, as you slice through the calm river with quiet paddle strokes, your canoe glides upstream through a bank of fog that will slowly burn off with each cast of your fishing rod.
  • The weight of fish snapped the fishing rod in two.
  • She said her boys had fishing rods, a net and knives to clean the fish they caught.
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