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  • n. Plural form of angler.


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  • Blown out is the term anglers use to describe water that's too dirty or too fast to fish,

    Vail Daily - Top Stories

  • One major concern for anglers is a provision in the bill that would prohibit fishing within 500 feet of a home ....

    On Stream Rights In Utah

  • In an experiment spanning over 20 years, researchers at the University of Illinois have found that vulnerability to being caught by anglers is a heritable trait in largemouth bass.

    On The Uncatchable Bass

  • Tournament registrations already include anglers from the all across the US and several foreign countries including England, Poland, Canada, Romania, Bosnia and Hungary.

    New York Hosts International Carp Tourney

  • I understand the complaints about her qualifying against a different level of talent, but certain anglers are better than others, if the pros have the talent to be in the classic they should not be afraid of her talent level, no matter how she got into the classic.

    On First Female Classic Contender

  • The Classic, today through Sunday on the Red River, has the top 37 anglers from the Bassmaster Elite Series, an 11-tournament circuit, plus qualifiers from other events.

    On First Female Classic Contender

  • A small army of anglers is hastily rigging away, and I can only imagine how many have already staked out the prime runs.

    Reach More Fish from a Float Tube

  • The idea that we are a bunch of unsophisticated anglers is just a load of crap.

    Great Lakers Not Steelhead?

  • In this corner, anglers from the Great Lakes states, who toil in the drizzle and sleet along log-choked, stained waters like Michigan's Pere Marquette, or Cazenovia Creek in New York.

    Great Lakers Not Steelhead?

  • Blackie Campo's Shell Beach Hoist, arguably the most famous launching spot for New Orleans area anglers, is the prime example.

    The Long Road Ahead


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  • Also called hookers; "thieves who steal through windows with hooks."

    February 26, 2012