In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- The mid-May surf run was a bonus for waders and pier and jetty fishermen.
- The wise wader puts ‘witness marks’ or small dots on the blank of a favorite rod.
- Swimmers and waders were involved in 22 attacks and divers/snorkelers were victims in four.
- In Scotland, gamekeepers blame the buzzard, a protected bird, for the deaths of thousands of partridges, pheasants, and waders such as curlews and plovers.
- A giant among waders, the curlew is unmistakable with long bill and legs.
- The meadows are also important for breeding waders including redshank and curlew.
- The wader armed with a suitable fly rod is in excellent position to take advantage of this seasonal situation.
- When I began birding three waders: lapwing, redshank and snipe were all common breeders in many areas of Norfolk.
- Swimmers and waders accounted for only 37 percent, though many more people swim or wade than surf or windsurf.
- Our efforts will undoubtedly have been of great benefit to the important populations of wader birds on the islands.
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- The water becomes so deep at the bottom of Castlegate it is out of bounds to pedestrians without waders or wellingtons.
- I rudely pushed past an old man in hip waders to reach the gravel road first.
- More so than any lure or rod and reel, or even watertight waders, the greatest ally of any angler hoping to catch a huge trout is patience.
- When moving around a stream or river in waders, the angler should carry as little equipment as possible and slide feet forward, not step, to avoid losing balance.
- I had some chest waders on, but I decided to stay on the bank until I saw some movement.
- Without doubt, these breathable waders are excellent and the best.
- If the weather turns rough, your guide can no doubt fit you up with waterproof clothing and waders.
- La Crosse also has a line of hip boots and waders in various styles for the hunter in extremely wet conditions.
- He had a spear, and was demonstrating tribal techniques for catching fish, joking with Jim, who was wearing waders and using a traditional fishing pole.
- My waders, which had been perfectly alright the previous week now sprung a leak.
- Chest waders are good but make sure they've got a boot comfortable enough to allow for hours of walking.
- Driveways, gardens and entrances were under water and many villagers could not leave their properties without wellies or waders.
- It is vital to keep warm when standing waist deep in chilly water for the day, and waders could be considered the most important item in an angler's wardrobe.
- As I climbed into my chest high waders we chatted about the fishing prospects.
- We also packed our own hip waders for the somewhat less raging portions of the river.
- Why all neoprene chest high waders don't have a fly zip I will never understand.
- The next morning I put on my waders, walked into the water on the Cathedral Stretch, and began to cast.
- There is no doubt that to fish in Ireland, thigh waders are a must.
- I breakfasted, put on my waders, grabbed a couple of rods and commenced to walk the marshy mile or two to the Khuder.
- I would also advise you take a good waterproof coat and some thigh waders.
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