Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • One who fishes by the method known as trolling.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun One who trolls.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun One who fishes by trolling.
  • noun An engine-powered fishing boat, used for moving slowly while fishing lines drag behind, sometimes able to sail in shallow water.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a fisherman who uses a hook and line

Etymologies

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troll +‎ -er

Examples

  • The Wii con­troller is really well-designed, and although its cur­rent imple­men­ta­tions — in every­thing from ten­nis to the new Zelda — are all fun and inter­est­ing, the coolest thing to me is that you can sense there’s some­thing even cra­zier wait­ing around the corner.

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  • And seeing the troller was a relief, because what we were dealing with was a timeframe before the next storm rolled in, because the boat was pretty disabled at that point, and I would have had to done some -- I would have had to have done a few things to keep the boat from, you know, staying on the top, instead of going down if another storm rolled through like the one that hit.

    CNN Transcript Jan 10, 2007

  • Yes, I am aware that his handle is "troller" backwards.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • "troller" (hence, the name "trolley") that rolls along a suspended wire above the street.

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  • Yes | No | Report from ken wrote 42 weeks 5 days ago either way a fish hooked ia a fish hooked, the proper way of handling and releasing is the issue that should be addressed, I'm a troller for trout and salmon and the time spent to release a return fish is minute in making sure that fish survives.

    Are Hookless Trout Flies All The Rage?

  • He spends a season pulling fish from the deck of a troller, seiner or trawler and, with a replenished bank account puts his gear in storage, packs his shorts and t-shirts and takes a plane to Mazatlan where he has an apartment.

    Mazatlan: Tequila, tans and working stiffs

  • Mount a troller to it for limblines or just float with the current.

    Canoe vs Jon-Boat? Which one would be better for all around use?

  • He spends a season pulling fish from the deck of a troller, seiner or trawler and, with a replenished bank account puts his gear in storage, packs his shorts and t-shirts and takes a plane to Mazatlan where he has an apartment.

    Mazatlan: Tequila, tans and working stiffs

  • Mount a troller to it for limblines or just float with the current.

    Canoe vs Jon-Boat? Which one would be better for all around use?

  • Yes | No | Report from ken wrote 42 weeks 5 days ago either way a fish hooked ia a fish hooked, the proper way of handling and releasing is the issue that should be addressed, I'm a troller for trout and salmon and the time spent to release a return fish is minute in making sure that fish survives.

    Are Hookless Trout Flies All The Rage?

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