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hand line

A line used to hand-operate a counterweight, curtain, or other component in the rigging system of a theater stage.
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The number of respondents overall were 30 people: 10 fisherman purse seiner, 10 fisherman pole and line and 10 fisherman hand line.
Jigging involves the use of a short rod or a hand line and a small spoon or lure which is often "sweetened" with a piece of bait.
If the shrimp do run, daytime castnetters will work deep channels with 8- to 10-foot nets with an extra 20 feet of hand line spliced on, and four-inch bands of webbing attached above the lead line.
We have a hand line around it, so it looks really good,'' Cahir said, adding that the fire was not completely contained.
Contract awarded for Gunsan Inner Harbor hand line Joan behind grounds maintenance conduct design services
When I got a bit older, I'd go fishing with a hand line on the local pier.
In addition to using the monofilament hand line method, some people choose to deploy their dredges from a downrigger, an outrigger, or heavy fishing rod depending on their style of boat.
He said: "I was down there digging and working in the hand to hand line after September 11.
Garzone starts out in Coltraneish soprano mode, while Trompeter uses a strong left hand line to give the band a depth and warmth.
All you need is a hand line and some codfish jigs -- hooks embedded in a 4" slab of silver-finish lead metal.
Snap, Hand Line, Swivel Type, Drop Forged Steel, With Swivel Clevis And Quick Acting Plunger Style Latch; Designed To Take 1/2-inch Or Lighter Hand Lines; Safe Load 750 Pounds, Furnish In Standard Packages Of 25 Each.
This allows one man to fight the fish all the way to the 6-foot bait leader without having to hand line or stop the reel to remove the lights.