: to outdo in fishing : to catch more fish thanOften, an efficient jig fisherman can outfish an angler using live bait.— Kelly Bostian: to attract more fish thanA pink or orange "bass worm" will often outfish the more traditional lures.— Alan Liere
Examples of outfish in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebWhen the water is murky, shoreliners who use bait can outfish those in expensive boats trolling lures.
Tom Stienstra, SFChronicle.com, 31 Jan. 2020 FEATHER RIVER After flows dropped from 40,000 cfs to 28,000 cfs, striper fishing was good, with minnows outfishing pile worms.
By Roger George And Dave Hurley, sacbee, 15 May 2017
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