fishing ground

  1. a part of a body of water where the fishing is usually good.

Origin of fishing ground

First recorded in 1635–45

Words Nearby fishing ground Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use fishing ground in a sentence

  • A landing-net, the size and strength of which depend upon the fishing-ground, completes the list of tackle.

  • The old one is safe enough; all the fault I find with her is, that it takes her so long to get down to the fishing ground.

    Little By Little | William Taylor Adams

British Dictionary definitions for fishing ground

fishing ground

  1. an area of water that is good for fishing

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