rebait

rebait

(riːˈbeɪt)
vb (tr)
to bait (a hook or line, etc) again
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Some of the ReBait bins are now being installed in other locations across the country.
Check your traps regularly and rebait as needed, as both types of voles remain active all winter.
In our study, the cost of the control program was reduced because of no need to rebait traps.
Take the fish off the hook, toss it on the ice, and rebait your hook.
They drive to their hunting areas from home, many on weekends, to check baits, rebait and hunt.
There was certainly a seasonal feel to the first Penarth SAC Christmas competition with the pier deck covered in ice and the anglers fishing there sliding up to their rods to rebait or reel in a fish.
O'Leary and any helpers who accompany him wind up the trap with a winch, empty it and rebait it in the time it rakes to reach the next one in line, which can rake from less than a minute to about three minutes.
First, in deference to expectations, the film offers the scene that all tourists want to watch: Lobstermen sail out of the harbor at daybreak to collect their catch and rebait the pots.
Starting with the month of August 2014, Contractor will inspect and where necessary rebait a
When the processing was over, we had lunch, and then, it was time to rebait the traps.
Catchability may be affected by the length of soak time, by intermittent patrolling of the longline during the day to retrieve fish and rebait hooks, or by moon phase.
2005), who reported that fish discards in this region are completely scavenged within 24 hours, and by the genera] knowledge that octopus fishermen must rebait their traps frequently.