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
Meanwhile, North Korean workers in the timber, construction, agriculture and fishing industries have filled a labor shortage in Russia’s Far East regions as well as helped bring back hard currency for a struggling North Korean economy.
Russia was also shown to have an unprofitable fishing industry, even with subsidies.
Explore the 18th-century ghost town of Portsmouth Village, and bring a shortboard for the beach break, a rake for hunting quahogs, and plenty of fishing gear for the drum and snapper lurking in the deep blue water.
The toothy, snake-like aquatic creature that looks like something out of a sci-fi film, are an invasive threat to the commercial fishing industry as well as sport fishers.
By the 1960s, the neighborhood was in decline as the fishing industry waned and the construction of Interstate 5 forced the relocation of hundreds of families.
Current hunting and fishing licenses in Louisiana expire June 30, and new permits for 2018-19 go on sale starting Friday (June 1).
Non-golf attractions: massage, gym, hiking, fishing, bird watching.
In an era when Wisconsin Legislators have repeatedly ignored requests from conservation groups to increase hunting and fishing license fees, many DNR programs are suffering from a lack of funding.
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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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