bucktail

buck·tail

 (bŭk′tāl′)
n.
1. Hair from the tail of a deer, often dyed and used especially in artificial fishing flies.
2. An artificial fly made with bucktail.

bucktail

(ˈbʌkˌteɪl)
n
(Fishing) a fishing lure adorned with deer hair
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Cap was one of cleanest and most perfect jig tiers of light bucktail, and he insisted that those who tied for him tied just as well as he did.
Offshore at wrecks and reefs, vertical jigs, bucktail jigs, and even trolling diving and surface lures can do very well.
As Dad was watching me take the bait out of its mouth, he said, "What did you catch that on?" I said, "Urn, my bucktail, Dad." He said, "No you didn't!
Tied on size 8 doubles, they consist of nothing more than a sparse hackle, a body of gold or silver flat tinsel and a wee bunch of bucktail at the back.
Notes: The Bucktail Sale is located within T22N, R6W, Sections, 9, 10, 11, 15, and 16, Claiborne Parish, LA.
Martin Van Buren, head of the Bucktail faction of the Democratic-Republican Party in Albany, New York, was a particularly enthusiastic practitioner of political patronage.
"Does the ban include bucktail jigs, weedless rubber-legged bass jigs, jig-and-pig-rigs, spinner-baits, crappie jigs, lead-wrapped flies, ice jigs, weighted hooks, lures like Silver Buddies that smallmouths love, Mann's tail spinners, bait walker and bottom bouncer trolling/drifting rigs?" Armstrong writes.
Bobby took the fish on her husband David's favourite spinning lure Dave's Delight ( a variant of a Flying Bucktail. Not to be outdone, husband David landed a 10lb salmon which he returned and then another fish of 14lb.
Tripp has also unearthed this diary entry by a Washington socialite, from November 16, 1862: "Tish says, 'there is a Bucktail soldier here devoted to the President, drives with him, and when Mrs.
He whips a bucktail lure offshore and lets it sink before retrieving it.
To protect Lincoln, a military guard called the Bucktail Brigade was stationed on the grounds.