- v. To fish for sport.
- sport + fish (Wiktionary)
“Should they reach Lake Michigan, the enormous invaders could potentially decimate sportfish populations in the Great Lakes, and many are now calling for tough action to prevent an ecological disaster.”
“Of course, if you argue on behalf of the cuttie, you almost have to do the same for other non-sportfish species like the humpback chub and pike minnow ... all natives ... all pressured to the brink by human manipulation of the environment.”
“There, scientists say, the oil could be absorbed by tiny animals and enter a food chain that builds to sportfish such as red snapper.”
“Also, as Joey was trying to point out, out of the billions of $$ spent chasing sportfish in Florida, how much is spent on chasing Permit?”
“So let me introduce the world's number one sportfish -- the carp.”
“People who live near hazardous waste sites may be exposed to PCBs by consuming PCB-contaminated sportfish and game animals, by breathing PCBs in air, or by drinking PCB-contaminated well water.”
“However, both of these exposures are far less serious than exposures from ingesting PCB-contaminated food (particularly sportfish and wildlife) or from breathing PCB-contaminated air.”
“PCB levels in sportfish are still high enough so that eating PCB-contaminated fish may be an important source of exposure for some people.”
“The major dietary sources of PCBs are fish (especially sportfish that were caught in contaminated lakes or rivers), meat, and dairy products.”
“After of course I find out if I can cut a transom door into a 1986 41′ Viking sportfish without completely destroying its structural integrity.”
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