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  • lures — râtelures …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • lures — lÊŠr /ljÊŠÉ™ n. something which attracts, enticement; bait used to trap an animal or catch a fish; object of leather and feathers tied to a long line and used to attract a hawk (Falconry) v. tempt, entice, attract, seduce; recall a hawk by means… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • stacking lures — fishing more than one lure at different depths using one rod and a downrigger, q.v …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • rules — lures …   Anagrams dictionary

  • hand troll — lures or baited hooks trolled from a boat, set and retrieved by hand or by a hand cranked device (no powered machinery) …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • Fishing lure — In line spinner lure with ring, dish, body/weight and hook Fishing lures are made in various creative designs like this top water lure …   Wikipedia

  • Marlin fishing — Hemingway with his family and four marlin in 1935 Marlin fishing is considered by some game fishermen to be the pinnacle of offshore game fishing, due to the size and power of marlin and the relative rareness and vulnerability of this species. In …   Wikipedia

  • Soft plastic — In terms of angling, the term soft plastic is used to describe any of a range of silicon based fishing lures, termed so because of their soft, flexible rubber texture. Designed to imitate fish or other natural aquatic food sources, their… …   Wikipedia

  • Heddon — is a brand of artificial fishing lures created by James Heddon, who is credited with the invention of the first artificial fishing lures made of wood in the late 1890s. The Heddon Company was founded in 1902 to sell the lures. They were… …   Wikipedia

  • Rapala — For the butterfly genus, see Rapala (butterfly).Rapala is the world s largest manufacturer of fishing lures and other fishing related products. It was established in Finland. Their most popular product is a balsa wood minnow imitation lure named… …   Wikipedia

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