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“One of the oldest and simplest tricks in the book, dapping is now dismissed as a technique for children and simpletons.”
“In Ireland "dapping" with the green drake or the daddy-longlegs is practised from boats on most of the big loughs.”
“Just dapping a lure over the side almost guaranteed a fish.”
“When an author is reading an excerpt and the audience is dapping their eyes, that's another thing.”
““And next time you rob somebody, get ya damn nappy-ass weave done,” Sensation said, laughing, dapping me, putting her pistol back in her purse.”
“Needless to say he spent a lot of time bent double under the foliage dapping in headwaters 4 feet wide.”
“Cecil is banished until I can be bustled into bed, by which time I am deploying what little energy I have left to keep sneezing while dapping at my nose in what I hope is a convincing manner.”
“With only the leader through the rod tip, lower the fly to the surface, let it drift a few inches, then pick it up and set it down again, essentially "patting" or "dapping" the fly on the water — mimicking precisely the behavior of an egg-laying caddis or mayfly.”
“Bullock harbour dapping on the sound with a heavybraked reel or in”
“A great wind rattled the shutters till they burst inward, dapping and banging.”
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