fly-fishing

[flahy-fish-ing]
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Origin of fly-fishing

First recorded in 1645–55

fly-fish

[flahy-fish]
verb (used without object) Angling.
  1. to fish with artificial flies as bait.

Origin of fly-fish

First recorded in 1745–55
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Related Words for fly-fishing

fly-fishing, piscary, trolling

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British Dictionary definitions for fly-fishing

fly-fish

verb
  1. (intr) angling to fish using artificial flies as luresSee dry fly, wet fly
Derived Formsfly-fisher, nounfly-fishing, noun
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