Well take a fish-pole and a boat from the boat-house and catch a breakfast!
Bob explained why they took the boat, and paid the rental for it, and for the fish-pole.
It had two legs and carried a fan, or a fish-pole—I couldn't tell which it was—and it was whistling.
He carried a fish-pole in one hand, a navy-blue cap in the other.
Then I leave my fish-pole at home, and start out with my gun, and I am think I am kill the biggest bear you ever hear of.
After that if he so much as took down his fish-pole, the rumor of it went round, and more than one boy made ready to follow him.
A fish-pole is a great help in learning that necessary lesson.
The young man went back to the wall with a fish-pole and rescued the recalcitrant skirt, much to her delight.
I answered “Yes,” and, shouldering my fish-pole, started off across-lots.
Then Cathead took his fish-pole and hurried off to join Cottontop Sigsbee for a day's sport with the finny family.