Definition of fishing pole in English:

fishing pole

Line breaks: fish|ing pole

noun

North American
A fishing rod, especially a simple one with no reel.
More example sentences
  • A short perennial grass used to make measuring rods, walking sticks, fishing poles and musical instruments.
  • Using this resource material, campers learned how to make simple fishing poles using aluminum cans and how to identify the different types of fish they would catch.
  • Keep the thumb on top and snap the wrist like you are using a hammer or casting a fishing pole.

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