Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|to fish with a hook and line.
|one that angles.
|a earthworm of the genus Lumbricus, frequently used by anglers for bait.
|the sport of fishing > ANGLINGS.
|a backward movement with a fishing-line prior to casting; (verb) to make such a cast.
|food put on a hook to attract fish or make them bite; (verb) to put bait on a hook.
|one who baits.
|fish used as bait.
|an artificial fly used in salmon-fishing.
|a water safety device, chiefly used in angling, consisting of a large, circular inflated rubber tube attached around a person's waist.
|a small buoyant float used in angling.
|the sport of fishing for BONEFISH.
|a type of fishing lure.
|an artificial bait with small blades that stir the water.
|an immature fish, esp. one caught along with the main catch.
|to throw a fishing-line or net into the water.
|a polychaete worm frequently used as a fishing bait.
|a basket for fish > CAUVES.
|a groundbait of chopped fish, etc used by anglers.
|a person who, stationed on high ground, signals the direction taken by shoals of herring etc. to a fishing boat.
|a crab fisherman.
|a fishing lure with a shape that enables it to dive and stay under water.
|an angler's basket; (verb) to put fish into a creel.
|croove cruive cruve
|a wattled fish-trap used in a river or estuary.
|to fish with a fly bounced gently on the water.
|one who daps, in angling > DAPPERS; (adj.) trim, neat > DAPPERER, DAPPEREST; DAPPERLY.
|to dip bait gently into the water when fishing.
|a hand-held fishing scoop; (verb) to fish with this > DIPNETS, DIPNETTING, DIPNETTED.
|one that fishes from a dory.
|a kind of bait used in carp fishing.
|a large net drawn behind a boat.
|a large fishing net arranged to drift with the current.
|an artificial fly attached to a leader in angling.
|the act of fishing for eels.
|fishing by stunning fish with electric shock > ELECTROFISHINGS.
|the state of being FISHABLE.
|that can be fished.
|a fisherman; also a type of marten, aka PEKAN or WOODSHOCK.
|a man who fishes as an occupation or for pleasure.
|a woman who fishes as an occupation or for pleasure.
|the business or practice of catching fish.
|a barbed hook for catching fish.
|the occupation or pastime of catching fish.
|a line for catching fish.
|a net for catching fish.
|a fishing rod.
|a device for enabling fish to get round a dam.
|a worm used as bait.
|one who fishes with a fly.
|a type of line used in fly fishing.
|a person who ties artificial flies for angling.
|an angler using artificial fly.
|one who ties flies for angling.
|a hook for catching large fish; (verb) to catch with such a hook.
|a fish caught for sport.
|to catch fish by the gills > GILLS, GILLING, GILLED.
|one that GILLS, catches fish with a gillnet.
|a type of fishing net in which fish are caught by the gills; (verb) to fish with a gillnet > GILLNETS, GILLNETTING, GILLNETTED.
|a type of caddis fly used in angling.
|bait dropped to the bottom to bring fish to the neighbourhood.
|to catch fish barehanded.
|a winch on a fishing boat.
|in Orkney, a deep-sea fishing-ground. [ON haf, sea].
|a fishing lure tied with hair.
|pertaining to fishing.
|the art or practice of fishing.
|a fishing line worked by hand.
|one who fishes with a handline.
|a fibre of flax, etc; a barb of a feather, esp one used in making an artificial fly for angling; such a fly; (verb) to drag along the ground, to troll for fish.
|to fish through a hole in ice.
|a kind of fishing lure; (verb) to fish with a jacklight > JACKLIGHTS, JACKLIGHTING, JACKLIGHTED.
|an Inuit fishing spear.
|a cone-shaped net suspended in a river, in which fish caught by anglers can be kept alive.
|a stake-fence set in a stream for catching fish.
|a long fishing line with many hooks attached.
|one who fishes wiht a longline.
|a place where maggots are bred for sale to fishers > MAGGOTORIA.
|a single strand of synthetic fibre; a fishing-line so constituted.
|a short piece of line for fastening fish-hooks; (verb, obs.) to fish with a norsel > NORSELS, NORSELLING, NORSELLED.
|one who fishes with a NORSEL.
|to surpass in fishing.
|to fish to excess.
|the act of covering with a net > OVERNETTINGS.
|fishign for small fish suitable for the pan > PANFISHINGS.
|a (male) angler.
|of or pertaining to fishes or fishing.
|a (female) angler > PISCATRIXES.
|one who fishes for prawns.
|a wire trap for catching salmon.
|to bait again.
|one who fishes by rod.
|fishing with a rod and line.
|a saltwater angler.
|one who fishes for scallops.
|a kind of fishing-net; (verb) to fish with such a net.
|a kind of fishing-net; (verb) to fish with such a net.
|fishing with a seine-net > SEININGS.
|a strong fishing line between buoys.
|a weight for siking anything, such as a fishing-line.
|a person who uses illegal fishing methods.
|(noun) a short line used to attach a fish-hook to a main fishing line; (verb) to attach such a hook; (adj.) keen, sharp > SNELLER, SNELLEST; SNELLY.
|to fish for eels by thrusting the baited hook into their holes or hiding places.
|one who SNIGGLES, fishes for eels.
|a lure on a swivel, used in trolling for fish.
|a motorboat equipped for sportfishing.
|fishing for sport.
|(verb) to fish using squid as bait > SQUIDS, SQUIDDING, SQUIDDED.
|one who fishes from the shore by casting into the surf.
|a device containing bait, attached to the line to ensure the gradual baiting of the swim from under the surface.
|one who engages in SWOFFING, the sport of saltwater fly-fishing.
|the sport of saltwater fly-fishing.
|in angling, the lowest fly on a wet-fly cast.
|a type of fishing line holding a series of baited hooks.
|to fish by dragging a net along the sea bottom.
|an open-mouthed bag-net for dragging along the sea-bed.
|to fish by drawing bait along in the water.
|a person who trolls, esp. in fishing; a fishing boat used for trolling a line.
|a fishing line across a waterway with baited hooks.
|a person who fishes for trout.
|full of trout.
|trout-fishing > TROUTINGS.
|containing trout > TROUTIER, TROUTIEST.
|to fish insufficiently.
|to fish with a hand line towed behind a boat.
|one that WHIFFS, fishes with a hand-line.
|a type of lure used by anglers.