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fishing

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Outdoor
ldoce_103_efishingfish‧ing /ˈfɪʃɪŋ/ ●●● S3 noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 1 DLOBBTthe sport or business of catching fish 🔊 Fishing is one of his hobbies. 🔊 Terry’s going fishing at Lake Arrowhead next weekend.deep sea/freshwater/saltwater fishingsalmon/trout/bass etc fishing flyfishing2 be on a fishing expedition
Examples from the Corpus
fishingFor the energetic there is snorkelling and fishing, tennis, table tennis and a pool table.Frozen throughout and fishing is impossible.Our objectives are to secure the long-term interests of the fishing industry by ensuring effective measures to secure stocks.Tuition in trout fishing is provided at no charge, along with waders and tackle.salmon/trout/bass etc fishingSailing and trout fishing are available for the more active, and opportunities to study the wildlife are being developed.Admission is free and advice will also be given on coarse fisheries and brown trout fishing.Such as brown trout fishing, which remains my greatest angling pleasure.During the low-water flows, trout fishing was exceptional and has been since, although it has tailed off somewhat.Aside from his artwork, Glendinning and his wife share a passion for trout fishing.Tuition in trout fishing is provided at no charge, along with waders and tackle.I settled happily before the blazing fire, musing upon the stupidity of salmon fishing and certain of my friends.