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  • And while bait-fishing is usually preferred for big stripers here, just last fall a flyfisherman caught and released a 43-pounder from the Chattahoochee River below West Point Dam.

    15 Winter Fishing Destinations

  • Dorotea struggles to understand the coarseness of bait-fishing.

    The Shell Collector : Stories

  • Dorotea struggles to understand the coarseness of bait-fishing.

    The Shell Collector : Stories

  • Dorotea struggles to understand the coarseness of bait-fishing.

    The Shell Collector : Stories

  • For ourselves, when it comes to bait-fishing -- except in running water, when worm-fishing is an art -- we prefer catching whitings and haddocks in some of our beautiful salt-water lochs, to all the perch, roach, chub, and such-like, that ever swam.

    Scotch Loch-Fishing

  • Whose rods are best for bait-fishing, granted that all of them should be stiff enough in the tip to lift a good fish by dead strain from a tangle of brush or logs?

    Fishing with a Worm

  • Walton's book is all about bait-fishing, except two or three pages on the artificial fly, which were composed for him by Thomas Barker, a retired confectioner.

    Days Off And Other Digressions

  • Why, the beauty of real bait-fishing is that it requires more skill than any other kind of angling.

    Days Off And Other Digressions

  • Still, I never liked bait-fishing, and these mine allies were not always at hand.

    Angling Sketches

  • If you take bait-fishing as your diversion in the morning and billiards for the afternoon and evening, you have two kinds of amusement that are both worthy and attractive.

    Comedy of Marriage and Other Tales

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