long float


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long float

A float so long that two men are required to handle it.
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In the blue water, chances are you aren't going to be diving very deep so long float lines aren't a necessity; instead, opt for a 50-foot bungee so that if a wahoo or tuna comes in you can still play him on your buoy and it won't put too much pressure on them too fast.
Over 500 Kaiser Permanente employees and their families decorated the 55-foot long float over a five-day period.
The latest front of the aquatic robot revolution is a little less flashy than a chrome fish 6 it's a 9.5-foot long float that looks like a thick surfboard, anchored to an underwater sub that's a little more than six feet long.
The event held this year on June 26, featured a 24-foot long float with music provided by a group called the Electric Trio.
Bhangra dancers players alongside drummers from the Cannon Street church's gospel group who were on board a 40-foot long float, festooned with balloons.
Even without a shot opportunity it was hard to deny that our long float was off to an exciting start.
Long float rods and 'bolo' pole floats are doing best with caster and maggot hookbait, catching chub to 1lb with quality roach and some dace.
Long float rods and 'bo-lo' pole floats are best with caster and maggot hook-bait, catching chub to 1lb with roach and some dace.
Long float rods and `bolo' pole floats are doing best with caster and maggot hookbait, catching chub to 1lb with quality roach and dace.
During a first half when United largely managed to keep that trio quiet, one outrageously good long floated ball through the middle from David Luiz sent Pedro in behind Newcastle's defence, and the Spaniard lobbed Martin Dubravka.
Wales had a scrum 15 metres out from South Africa's line, before Gareth Davies rifled possession to his half-back partner Anscombe, whose long floated pass found Williams, and the Saracens back finished impressively.
Wales had an attacking scrum 15 metres out from South Africa's line, before Gareth Davies rifled possession to his half-back partner Anscombe, whose long floated pass found Williams, and the Saracens back finished impressively.