frogging


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frogging

(ˈfrɒɡɪŋ)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) the ornamental frogs on a coat collectively
Translations

frogging

[ˈfrɒgɪŋ] Nalamares mpl

frogging

n (= fastenings)Paspelverschlüsse pl

frogging

[ˈfrɒgɪŋ] nalamaro
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Legwork: Monroe likes a full set of legs for frogging weed mats because this creates more profile for bass to grab.
Across the world from Slovenia to China, frogs have been getting the wrong end of the stick (the pointy end) for centuries, and right here in our own backyard we have some of the best frogging around.
Any Florida outdoorsper son can tell you about frogging; it is done at night with a headlamp and a long handled gig, often from an airboat although many ponds are shallow enough to wade.