rooster tail


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rooster tail

[′rüs·tər ‚tāl]
(hydrology)
A plumelike form of water and sometimes spray that occurs at the intersection of two crossing waves.
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Rooster Tails also have a compact body for easy casting and a hackle dressing to add tail action.
In this regard, investigating the possibility of rooster tail formation is a major issue.
Save yourself a bundle by catching trout and smallmouth on the same rod and reel outfit you'd use for crappie or maybe even walleye, and throw the rooster tail, a Mepps lure, a grub with a spinner, or some other gimmick at them.
He taught Alex, for example, how to attach his swivel and rooster tail lure to the end of his line.
Then I was through the rooster tail and into the burble where I began to make the opposite correction of pulling back on the stick and adding power.
pile of logs in about one second and throws a nice rooster tail of sawdust about 150 yd.
On Pickwick, as this early period transitions to the next, Hacker often relies on a 1/6-ounce Worden's Rooster Tail and the smaller Strike King Rocket Shad.
A mere rooster tail separated the leading trio down the back straight on lap two and they held station into the final lap, with Zimmerman gradually pulling clear into the final turn to power home to the heat win.
A boat ride with Scott in Jacksonville's backwaters can be somewhat of a thrill ride, consisting of a prop grinding through the creek bottom, often with a rooster tail of mud along the way.
After fulfilling my lifelong dream of catching a steelhead on the lower Deschutes on a fly rod instead of a Rooster Tail, which I have done.
Head bobbing, hair sprouting like a rooster tail, Ketonen plays the bird who would be human.
A rapid called Rooster Tail is a wave train that pitches the rafts in a bucking bronco ride that will be part of future family memories.