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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of spool.


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  • Martin recently moved to using "ready spooled" casings for their sausages - they cost a little more but save a whole lot of time because they come "spooled" on narrow plastic tubes rather than in loose hanks (imagine how knotted hanks of yarn can get, how awkward it is to unravel them sometimes; now imagine that with pig guts instead of yarn).

    How can I recycle this?

  • It spooled to the floor like a roll of toilet paper.


  • Before the engines had even spooled up, Gideon pressed Earl.

    Gideon’s war

  • I used 50lb braid, but I use 30lb mono now and never had a break on a fish unless it spooled me ... which happens sometimes when you fish king salmon from the bank if they are big.

    Braid vs.

  • On a trout fishing trip to the lake last spring I grabed the wrong pole that was spooled with Power Pro 20# to go for a day of trolling for trout.

    The Great Braid Debate

  • I found the biggest problem was line "knifing" down into the spooled line.

    The Great Braid Debate

  • I run a few of my reels to the shop and have them spooled.

    The Great Braid Debate

  • I spooled my reel with Fireline and found that setting the hook on these bass was much easier.

    There Is No "Best" Lure

  • He also told us to have a different rod and reel spooled with about 30 different lines.

    I was watching one of the outdoor shows last night (something I rarely do) when a segment came up on deer hunting in Iowa.

  • Oh, and a fishing net that nearly spooled me on the troll.

    Treasure Snaggin'


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  • A bullyish word that means "spoiled, told, spelled, schooled, and fooled."

    June 11, 2008