The uncle very amiably lent Kenneth his fishing-rod, and provided real bait in the most thoughtful and generous manner.
Even her hat, by the aid of a fishing-rod, had been recovered from the moat.
Swinging his fishing-rod round, he replied doubtfully that he thought philosophy was good to know how to do things.
"Here's your fishing-rod," she said, when I had released them and she had passed me my air-gun.
He held his fishing-rod, couched like a lance, in one hand, and a string of gleaming fish in the other.
Each stick, therefore, has a joint in the middle like that of a fishing-rod.
The illustrious Napoleon was armed with a bean-pole, and the Iron Duke held in his hand the fragment of a fishing-rod.
So I took my fishing-rod and flicked it at him, and there—I had caught the eel after all!
"You needn't put it that way," she answered, as she took up the fishing-rod and resumed her homeward walk.
He carried, as he had the night before, his own gun-case and fishing-rod.