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  • n. Plural form of laker.; a ship used on a lake.


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  • By contrast, ships that stay in the Great Lakes are known as "lakers"; really big ones can be called "super lakers."

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  • There were no lamprey scars on the fish, oddly enough, as most Champlain lakers and salmon I get show lamprey hits.

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  • Report Abuse the rockets will beat the lakers aka nbas renegade

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  • Lastly, if piscatorially inclined, here is a boathouse with every kind of boat from the steam-yacht down to the birch canoe, and there is the lake, full of "lakers," sturgeon, whitefish, and speckled trout, some of the latter weighing from thirty to forty pounds apiece, -- a condition of things alike satisfactory and tempting to every owner of a rod and line.

    The Bay State Monthly — Volume 2, No. 1, October, 1884

  • On Duluth, MN Shipping Canal on Lake Superior, reach out & touch 800 'International ships & 1000'"lakers" ore boats

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  • For almost a century the area was home to a massive shipyard that built and launched the giant "lakers" that plied the Great Lakes.

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  • I like to troll/drift fish with live bait, trout, salmon, lakers. this year I have caught more salmon on nightcrawlers, even a 6 pound laker on a crawler!

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  • I've recently seen where this very thing would have been priceless, when you're vertical jigging some lakers up and can't seem to hold still to get on fish, this would save the day.

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  • One of 26 lakers caught on a spectacular day of fishing in the Northwest territories, Canada.

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