- n. Plural form of scud.
“Some of the most effective fly patterns are varieties of fresh water shrimp, commonly called scuds, that work year round in Pennsylvania spring creeks.”
“Haifa bombing achieved what Saddam 'scuds' could not in 1990.”
“Saddam launched scuds at Israel during the first Gulf war, just as Hamas is launching rockets.”
“There is no reason to take the right to not have your arms seized without just cause and compare it to nukes and scuds.”
“Still tough conditions up there but they are catching some good quality rainbows on san juan worm, #10 gray scuds and peach egg flies drifted on the bottom.”
“Liotus212, I live near Harrisburg, but used to live in Lock Haven ... fished Fishing Creek a lot when I lived there ... scuds in the winter killed!”
“A gust of wind scuds through a gap in the hedge, ruffling the buff feathering on the breast.”
“Out of boats, we've been drifting egg flies, scuds and san juan worms using a spit shot or drift rig to get them down, drifting them on the bottom all the way down to Fall Creek.”
“Use scuds, midges and egg flies and watch others to learn how to catch fish.”
“The moon was out, darting in between racing scuds of cloud, and the huge iron gate gleamed blackly in the fitful light.”
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