may fish

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Noun1.may fish - black-barred fish of bays and coastal marshes of the Atlantic and Gulf Coast of the United Statesmay fish - black-barred fish of bays and coastal marshes of the Atlantic and Gulf Coast of the United States
killifish - small mostly marine warm-water carp-like schooling fishes; used as bait or aquarium fishes or in mosquito control
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Anglers may fish South Shields Pier, but not the round end or the foundations and any part closed to the public.
Anglers may fish these rigs while drifting, or by "pushing" with a trolling motor, in order to increase or decrease speed dependent on conditions.
Would-be anglers are encouraged to take advantage of the ODFW's Free Fishing Weekend on Saturday, when Oregon residents and visitors may fish, crab and clam without a license.
Over the winters with a long ice-cover period anglers may fish out approximately 40% of the total annual catch of perch, roach, and ruffe in the lake.
There is even one particular lake where children may fish for free.
All that are lovers of virtue and dare trust in providence be quiet and go angling and sit on cowslip banks, hear the birds sing and possess ourselves in as much quietness as these silent silver streams which we now see glide so quietly by us" Also in my list was A Man May Fish by Kingsleigh Moore and A Fly Fisher's Life by Charles Ritz (the great hotelier).
Phillips may fish like a pro, but he's technically not one yet.
While fishing during a dark moon and cloudy conditions, I may fish as deep as 30 feet.
During practice, pro anglers may fish only with other confirmed tournament anglers, immediate family members, approved sponsor representatives or approved media representatives.
Or they may fish for keys through a letterbox, cat flap or open window, often using a makeshift fishing rod of cane, string and magnet.
Anglers may fish from designated angling stations only Intended to avoid conflict with other park users, protect banks and surrounding areas inhabited by wildlife.
Known as the May fish, or the freshwater herring, for its spawning habits, the shad can be 65cm long and used to rival salmon in terms of fishing importance in the UK.