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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'After fishing for a while, Muhammad Qayyum, decided to change his position and put his fishing rod by his bicycle, but the bicycle suddenly fell into the river,' said Wari.
The primary focus of their business is on building saltwater and freshwater fishing rods for inshore and offshore fisherman ranging from the novice to the most avid fisherman.
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. The rescue video becomes the most shared video in the country.
Then screw the PVC pipe to the wall beneath it at a comfortable height and insert your fishing rods. Look Ma, no more tangles!
I know from bitter experience that I would certainly not allow anyone to use my favourite fishing rod.
PARENTS in Netherton - did your teenage son come home with a fishing rod last Thursday (June 3)claiming that he had found it or that he had bought it?
South Miami, FL, August 22, 2014 --(PR.com)-- A simple yet innovative new product targeted at millions of fishermen worldwide, the Henry Fishing Rod Holder, has been developed by Herbert Henry, Jr.
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.
After years of research and engineering, we are pleased to present you the most complete American made fishing rod on the market today.