Examples of fishing in a Sentence
The fishing was pretty good today.
I'm going fishing this weekend.
Recent Examples of fishing from the Web
The team also re-designed the kits so that the final product would look more like what it was supposed to be emulating, whether that was a piano or a fishing rod.
With his straw hat, rubber waders, and a quartet of 12-foot fishing poles, Peter Schilling is the modern version of an ancient archetype: the surf fisherman, casting knee-deep in the ocean foam.
Salmon anglers will see improved fishing along the central and south Oregon Coasts and halibut anglers will find a 10 percent reduction in poundage quotas.
Speeding ships and tangles of hard-to-break fishing rope pose deadly threats.
But doctors managed Henry's disease, allowing him to return to his unusually active lifestyle—including baseball, softball, basketball, flag football, golf, and fishing—in his northeast Louisiana hometown of West Monroe.
What makes the Bajau different, Ilardo said, is that their historically seafaring lifestyle and fishing practices may have driven the evolutionary process.
Area fisherman donate many of the live specimens, catching crabs, lobsters and the occasional octopus in their fishing pots.
Fly fishing should be heating up too with the lower water.
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FISHING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fishing for English Language Learners
: the sport or business of catching fish
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