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- n. Sebastichthys rhodochloris, a brightly-coloured scorpaenoid fish of California.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A California scorpænoid fish (Sebastichthys rhodochloris), having brilliant colors.
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- v. fish with flies as lures
To flyfish is by far the more artful and polished action: one must know how to get the fly "out there," and the techniques and timing so as to keep from entangling the line and/or snagging oneself; one must be able to "read water" to know where fish will be, how current will act upon a fly and how then to cast for the best presentation; one must know which fly to use under what circumstances.
While I was learning to flyfish, I wore a nice peacock body nymph as an earring for a day ... needless to say, the wife was mildly amused.
I flyfish for Atlantic salmon, brookies, rainbows and occasionally smallmouth bass.
It sometimes seems there are hundreds of books out there for people who flyfish for trout while only a handful of titles for everybody else.
I have a cabin in Grayling and we flyfish the Au Sable every summer.
I love to flyfish for trout, but when the days get short and the temps get crisp, the woods become irresistible.
As I mainly flyfish wet --- streamers with droppers, I have found that since I switched to flourocarbon leaders my hookups have increased noticably -- might have to do with less streach and the fact that flourcarbon sinks better.
I have a cabin in Grayling, and flyfish the Au Sable River.
Only for carp when i Can't flyfish due to high waters.
Learned to flyfish, which opened up a whole new way to lose exhorbitant amounts of money!!
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