Verena Fontaine had not yet turned up, and Sir dace was nearly crazy.
The dace is another fish which gives sport to the fly-fisherman.
While rudd thrive best in a pond or lake into which a stream flows, dace require a river or stream to do well.
So long as the dace were rising all the pike in the river could not tempt me to accompany them.
Then I said, "These are dace, and they don't have red spots."
There had been a little trouble about it with Sir dace; and alas!
The vicinity of Richmond is a very good place to go for a day's dace fishing with the fly.
Coralie was in the little drawing-room with Sir dace, but not Verena.
The dace feeds on worms, insects, insect-larvae, and also on vegetable matter.
Sir dace looked upon the words as a sort of present concession.
small, freshwater fish, early 15c., from Old French darz, nominative or plural of dart "dart" (see dart). So called for its movements. Another theory traces it to a Medieval Latin darsus, said to be of Gaulish origin.