So we turned back into the yare, and sailed up to the mouth of the new cut at Reedham.
Many thousands of fish were killed in the yare by the ingress of salt water.
Another mode of capturing eels is by "eel picking" in the lower waters of the yare near Cantley.
He took me for a long walk to break it to me, over the hills towards yare and across the great gorse commons by Hazelbrow.
He couldn't rightly say when the elder had gone out, "but it might be a yare ago come muck-spreadin'."
The mouth of the yare has been, within the last five centuries, diverted about four miles to the south.
Norwich and Yarmouth must ever be united in the carrying trade by water, as the river yare flows into the sea.
We were stopping down at Yarmouth, and we decided we would go for a trip up the yare.
It was formerly a favourite nautical phrase, as "Be yare at the helm;" and is used by Shakspeare's boatswain in the Tempest.
There are several preservation societies, of which the yare Preservation Society is the chief.