outfish

outfish

(ˌaʊtˈfɪʃ)
vb (tr)
(Fishing) to catch more fish than
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OVER the years, while boat fishing, I have noticed a number of times that if there is a female aboard, they almost always outfish the men.
Not many men can outfish her - or are better at teaching others how to fly fish.
Rob Jones, from Caerphilly, turned peg 30 on the Match Lake at Cefn Mably into a winner when he caught 82lb 10oz of carp and bream to outfish everyone in the Sunday open match.
Watching sonar while ice fishing, he's noted how the company's Vibra King tubes filled with shad scent draw more aggressive reactions, and outfish, tubes tipped with a minnowhead.
Foreign anglers, especially the Europeans, will generally outfish Welsh anglers on rivers but find it difficult to hold their own against the Welsh, English and Scottish on stillwaters.
The best fly was the black nymph and overall, natural imitations are beginning to outfish lures, but if all else fails, the Dawson's Olive is
All Ged Stevens had to do to win the Seaham Open was find the correct mark and outfish the other 238 anglers in the event.
They've been known to outfish Lindley several times in recent seasons.
Brosdahl is so good at sniffing slight--and I mean almost imperceptible--bites that he's been known to outfish good anglers nearly 10 to 1.
If you're fishing with a buddy in the back of the boat, he'll invariably outfish you because he only has to focus on catching fish, while you're fighting to keep the boat in position.
Junior member Sam Giles turned in a fine performance to outfish his elders and take second prize with a 3lb 9oz cod.