tip-up


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tip-up

adj
(prenominal) able to be turned upwards around a hinge or pivot: a tip-up seat.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.tip-up - constructed so as to tip up or out of the way; "the little tip-up seat of the taxi"
collapsable, collapsible - capable of collapsing or being collapsed; "a collapsible boat"
Translations

tip-up

[ˈtɪpʌp] ADJ [truck] → con volquete; [seat] → abatible
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Dad and David each wander to a hole with a tip-up, attach a weight to the end of the line, then drop it into the dark depths.
I prefer to use a tip-up baited with a four-to-five-inch shiner minnow, hooked just below the back of the dorsal fin so it can swim naturally.
Besides, there's nothing quite like hustling over the ice to a tip-up that's indicating you've got a fish on the line.
Recently, innovative walleye anglers have been experiencing tip-up fishing drama--a run to the finish line--without the aid of tip-ups.
Suzuki's evidence in the case includes videotapes of the CU tests, in which cheering can be heard when the Samurai tips up, as well as congratulatory exclamations to a driver who achieved another tip-up.
Tip-up and basal shear of a canopy tree were the primary means by which a gap was created (origin type).
A tip-up is a mechanical device that's almost always baited with live bit and can be left suspended over a hole that is cut into the ice.
Prizes include cash, hats, fishing poles, an ice auger and custom made tip-up ice fishing traps.
Just wind the line up, put the tip-up in the bucket, and reset at the next spot.
Among these tip-up holes, and on the outside perimeter of them, a number of open holes are drilled for anglers who want to jig with rods and reels.
No sense standing around waiting on a tip-up or Automatic Fisherman to pop," he says.