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Fish are starting to move deeper during the day and can be caught on a Ned Rig or Shaky Head, but the best bite has been on a drop shot rig 20-30 feet deep on main lake gravel points.
Nadal hit the ball at his feet, but Thiem managed a half-volley that turned into an irretrievable drop shot.
Daily drink specials range from $3-$6 and include Green Line drafts, Angry Orchards and Bell’s Oberons for $6 on Friday, a Kamikaze and lemon drop shot for $5 on Saturday and $3 Budweiser drafts Monday through Wednesday.
Serving for the match, Dimitrov faced a break point before advancing on his first match point, clinching it with a winner off a Rublev drop shot.
Mertens, though, fought back to deuce and held serve following a gutsy drop shot and an ace.
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DROP SHOT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of drop shot for English Language Learners
: a softly hit shot in tennis or a similar game that falls quickly after passing over the net
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