fishing pole

noun
a long, slender rod of wood or other material with a line and hook fastened to one end for use in catching fish.
Also called fish pole.


Origin:
1785–95, Americanism

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Example sentences
To have or possess any fishing pole and hook-and-line, and to fish for, take or
  possess any finfish using such gear.
So that everyone has an equal chance to catch fish, participants will be
  allowed one fishing pole each.
No activity can be as rewarding as relaxing near a crystal clear waterway with
  fishing pole in hand and line in the water.
In this game, players take turns choosing a fishing pole and following its line
  to a fish.
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