from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of, relating to, living in, or consisting of water that is not salty: freshwater fish; freshwater lakes.
- adj. Situated away from the sea; inland.
- adj. Nautical Accustomed to sailing on inland waters only: a freshwater sailor.
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- adj. Living in fresh water.
- adj. Unskilled as seaman.
- n. A body of fresh water
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As most know, spinning in freshwater is mostly lighter line and lighter lures -- usually 12-pound-test or lighter.
If in freshwater, the stripers take Rattletraps, big Rapalas, and large jigs.
On most spinning and baitcasting reels used in freshwater, all the wear on your old line has occurred on the first 100 feet or so.
A new study published this summer identified yet another culprit: blue-green algae that grow in freshwater lakes, then find their way to the ocean.
Clouser minnows work realy good in freshwater for bigger fish when stripped.
Necklace in freshwater pearl, moonstone, with ruby czech glass.
So, in freshwater, the electricity actually seeks the fish out and travels through the fish since it has a higher salt content (the salt is ionic, and tranfers electricity better) than the surrounding freshwater.
Freshwater systemsAction: Protect catchments and restore natural water flows in freshwater systems, particularly the Murray-Darling Basin
Like Jim Martin, they see a future in which freshwater is more precious than oil, where tankers transport water to needy regions, where the largest and most expensive pipelines the world will ever see are laid to bring potable water from northern climates to a parched U.S.
Yes | No | Report from ggmack wrote 28 weeks 5 days ago might give them a try. i primarily fish saltwater so the price is nothing new. i do fish the local ponds and streams so, if they work well in freshwater then i might try them for salt.