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Zaremba also likes seven-inch Gambler ribbontail worms, which can be reeled on the surface through the lily pads, hyacinths and other vegetation that lines most canals to imitate a small snake.
The river flows past continuously, its brown waters dotted with green islets of hyacinths and lily pads.
Don’t miss the lazy river and lily pad ropes course.
Flats with lots of stumps and blowdowns, or with hydrilla, lily pads and other vegetation, are particularly attractive.
On a trip to South Korea in 2016, Collins got a tattoo of a nude women sitting on a lily pad in the fetal position, meant to represent her own name.
An area where coontail gives way to hydrilla, or where a large log is submerged in milfoil, or where lily pads poke up through the mat here and there, can be more productive than a broad, flat moss mat.
One of them admitted firing about 30 shots from a SKS rifle at lily pads.
Along the south shore stretched a football field-long carpet of lily pads, each one seemingly the size of a dinner plate, their white blooms like light bulbs in the morning sun.
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Definition of lily pad for English Language Learners
: a large, floating leaf of a plant (called a water lily) that grows in the water of a pond or pool
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