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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Other sports
angleran‧gler /ˈæŋɡlə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  DSOsomeone who catches fish as a sportfisherman
Examples from the Corpus
anglerThe boat is rowed slowly round the lough whilst an angler sitting in the stern casts out at right angles.Fishing has been patchy due to the cool temperatures but anglers expect it to get better when the winds turn south westerly.Fish are pretty tough and if anglers are careful they suffer very little damage.Could George Seifert, master angler, off-season family man and ferociously successful coach, never get the benefit of the doubt?Match anglers often complain about bad, or should I say thoughtless, pegging.Voice over Despite the flooding, one angler at Ross on Wye was determined to enjoy his sport.It's a busy time on the Mersey for sea anglers as the winter whiting and cod come within casting range.It is fair to warn anglers that thousands of crabs soon make short work of rag and lugworm.
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