- n. Plural form of shiner.
“Lake Panasoffkee in FEB. with live wild shiners is the thing to do if you want a 10 lb or larger Bass.”
“In good years, the shiners are the most abundant fish in the river and provide food for the bass and catfish that are popular among Texan anglers.”
“Coins are called shiners because they shine like glowing coals, and I dare say that the simile exists in many more languages.”
“The bulk wine market which encompasses everything from wine in the barrel to finished wines in unlabeled bottles, aka "shiners" may absorb some of this excess but with prices as low as $1 a gallon, it's not going to h elp winemakers raise very much money, let alone make them rich.”
“Some anglersbelieve that "nervous" baitfish such as shiners are better than chubs and suckers as pike baits, but the minnow's accessibility to fish is moreimportant than its species.”
“Little "shiners" on our stringers, with theyr tails tip -- toein 'bloom,”
“Smith should come along, he could string the whole lot of them on his cheapest lie, as a boy strings a dozen "shiners" on a stripped twig of willow.”
“Get to a good spot upwind and just drift with shiners as close to the bottom as possible without hittin 'the ground.”
“As for recreational shiners without firearms, the old law allowed shining on residential or posted property until 10: 00pm between September first and the end of the year.”
“Some big cats, and some humans that are after them, in some places go nuts over back hooked live shiners or shad.”
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by Malcolm Alexander
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the topcoat of a well-dressed river
until you come up with a mossy boot
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