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bankside

[bangk-sahyd] /ˈbæŋkˌsaɪd/
noun
1.
the slope of the bank of a stream or river.
Origin
1590-1600
1590-1600; bank1 + side1
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  • Butterflies are abundant, attracted to the numerous bankside wildflowers in bloom.
  • bankside characteristics range from exposed dirt, to rock, to thick vegetation.
  • Some of the state's best fishing areas have good access for bankside anglers.
  • Designated accessible paved parking with pathway down a ramp to accessible concrete bankside fishing platform at the waters edge.
  • There is an accessible bankside fishing area on the rearing pond in the hatchery grounds.
  • In many areas it is necessary to wade the river while fishing in order to protect the bankside vegetation.
  • Most bankside shocking systems include multiple anodes.
  • Temperature changes have occurred primarily in tributaries through the removal of shading bankside vegetation.

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