Recent Examples of pogy from the Web
Menhaden, also known as pogies, will be certified for the first time by the Marine Stewardship Council, one of the premier certifying bodies for sustainable seafood.
Every trip begins with a few tosses of a cast net to catch pogies in 5- to 12-foot depths right out of the pass.
Ideally, Clement said, the center needs donations of sardines, pogies and cigar minnows.
The water was still a tad stained from last week's ferocious northwest winds, but pogies flipped like gymnasts all over the surface.
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Origin and Etymology of pogy
First Known Use: 1840See Words from the same year
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