bubba

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bub·ba

 (bŭb′ə)
n. Slang
1. Chiefly Southern US Brother.
2. A white working-class man of the southern United States, stereotypically regarded as uneducated and gregarious with his peers.

[Alteration of bub.]

bub•ba

(ˈbʌb ə)
n., pl. -bas.
1. Chiefly Southern U.S. brother.
2. Slang. an uneducated Southern white male; redneck.
[1860–65]
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The more Baxley digs, the more the Bubbas start to unravel.
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Bubbas work best when the fish are most active, eating at the surface to 12 feet deep.
Bass generally don't hit bubbas in open water, so fish them through rocks, foliage and other structure, Niemiec said.
Life is like a box of chocolates," Bubba Blue heard his pal Forrest Gump say.
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The real names of the guides are Jim and Chris Cliburn, but we were intrigued by the Bubba reference.