Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A small cyprinoid fish, Notropis or Lythrurus ardens, common in the streams of the southern United States. Also called redfin.

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Examples

  • If timed right, the average day is anywhere from 30 to 50 native redsides -- with 60 or 70 easily possible -- in the 2 to 4 lb range on those big, orange-yellow drys.

    What's Your Best Bug Hatch?

  • If timed right, the average day is anywhere from 30 to 50 native redsides -- with 60 or 70 easily possible -- in the 2 to 4 lb range on those big, orange-yellow drys.

    What's Your Best Bug Hatch?

  • In rivers of the Columbia River basin, local anglers call the fish “redsides.”

    Trout and Salmon of North America

  • In rivers of the Columbia River basin, local anglers call the fish “redsides.”

    Trout and Salmon of North America

  • In rivers of the Columbia River basin, local anglers call the fish “redsides.”

    Trout and Salmon of North America

  • In rivers of the Columbia River basin, local anglers call the fish “redsides.”

    Trout and Salmon of North America

  • The redsides and the bull trout in the river would no longer bite, and he remembered now that the coyote who denned among the rocks well up the mountain had howled last night as if possessed: all signs of storm and winter.

    The Man from the Bitter Roots

  • Couldn't you get away the end of August when the bull-trout and the redsides are biting good? "

    The Man from the Bitter Roots

  • The clerk started, then he murmured wistfully: "When the bull-trout and the redsides are biting good!

    The Man from the Bitter Roots

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