Definition of snell in English:

snell

Line breaks: snell
Pronunciation: /snɛl
 
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North American

noun

A short line of gut or horsehair by which a fish hook is attached to a longer line.

verb

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Tie or fasten (a hook) to a line: (as adjective snelled) a snelled or long-shanked hook
More example sentences
  • A 9/0 or 10/0 circle hook is snelled to the leader and the bait is secured by the head.
  • Make sure the snelled hooks are not tangled around the main line and cast the rig into the lake.
  • If I don't use rigs, then I use the heavy duty high low rigs, but I don't use snelled hooks on these rigs.

Origin

mid 19th century: of unknown origin.

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