fishing tackle

  1. all the equipment, such as rods, lines, bait, etc, used in angling

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How to use fishing tackle in a sentence

  • The fishing tackle boxes industry gets a break that manufacturers of other types of fishing equipment do not.

    There is an Honest Republican | Michael Tomasky | August 3, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • Most people will take fishing tackle with them on a cruise on the Broads, but I hope everybody will leave their guns at home.

    Yachting Vol. 2 | Various.
  • On his return to the cottage he found the professor getting out fishing-tackle.

    The Boy With the U. S. Fisheries | Francis Rolt-Wheeler
  • Jemmy one evening went into the study where Mr. Lovell kept his fishing tackle, for he was fond of angling.

  • This morning the tents came down, fishing tackle was put away, clothes shoved into the duffle bags for the last time.

    Polly the Pagan | Isabel Anderson
  • Haven't you some fishing tackle there that you could throw overboard now, and let the bait follow the canoe?

    Jack the Young Canoeman | George Bird Grinnell