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fishing tackle

noun
1.
all the equipment, such as rods, lines, bait, etc, used in angling
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  • He took up his fishing tackle, and instantly the scouts signified their eagerness to keep the date he had with the fish.

    Girl Scouts in the Rockies Lillian Elizabeth Roy
  • The fishing tackle was already in the boat house, as we know.

    The Wreck of The Red Bird George Cary Eggleston
  • Ted's and Al's rifles and shotguns hung on a rack and there was a glass-enclosed case for fishing tackle.

    Double Challenge James Arthur Kjelgaard
  • Accommodations are excellent and fishing tackle and rowboats may be rented.

    Guide to Yosemite Ansel Hall
  • The king of England and his barons brought their hunters, falcons, dogs and fishing tackle.

    The Story of Paris Thomas Okey
  • We would have with us our little rifles and some fishing tackle.

    The Voodoo Gold Trail Walter Walden
  • But the boy's interest grew stronger every minute as he watched him turning over the limited assortment of fishing tackle.

    Asa Holmes Annie Fellows Johnston
  • Pawned shotgun, tennis racket, some fishing tackle and golf clubs.

    Kenny Leona Dalrymple
  • He put down the Menu and threw overboard some nets and fishing tackle.

    The Rainbow Book Tales of Fun & Fancy Mabel Henriette Spielmann

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