fishing rod


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fishing rod

a long tapered flexible pole, often in jointed sections, for use with a fishing line and, usually, a reel
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If you are interested in a custom fishing rod or need a repair to be done, give Rods Gone Wild a call.
A court heard the assault followed a ''trivial'' dispute between two workmates over a fishing rod.
A fishing equipment vendor in Doha said that, "The sale of fishing rod has steadily increased in recent months.
According to the Chinese State Television, CCTV, the rescue party has saved a group of fishermen who were not able to approach to the shore by catching the boat with a fishing rod.
Then screw the PVC pipe to the wall beneath it at a comfortable height and insert your fishing rods.
I know from bitter experience that I would certainly not allow anyone to use my favourite fishing rod.
He was one of four teenage thugs prowling the canal bank like vultures who threatened to throw my 11-year- old grandson into the canal if he did not give his fishing rod to them.
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They made off with two Maver fishing rods, one Daiwa fishing rod, and a Kawasaki mini-moto.
I went out to the garage to grab my fishing rod that I store in a stud space there.