gaff
02 Apr 2014

Gaff

Gaff – A large hook attached to a pole used to land big fish.

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hook gape
02 Apr 2014

Gape

Gape – The horizontal distance between the shank of a hook and the point.

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gear ratio
02 Apr 2014

Gear ratio

Gear ratio – The number of times that the spool of a reel rotates while the handle is rotated once.

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gemini lead
02 Apr 2014

Gemini lead

Gemini lead – A type of grip lead where the wires are housed in a detachable plastic nose cone.

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gill arch
02 Apr 2014

Gill arch

Gill arch – The structure behind the gill covers of a bony fish (or within the gill slits of a cartilaginous fish) that supports the gills.

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gill fillaments
02 Apr 2014

Gill filaments

Gill filaments – The parts of a fish’s gills that absorb oxygen from the water.

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gilling rig
02 Apr 2014

Gilling

Gilling – A boat fishing style where a bait or lure is fished on a long, flowing trace fished off a boom. The rig is lowered to the bottom and retrieved back towards the surface. Also known as slow retrieving

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gimbal
02 Apr 2014

Gimbal

Gimbal – A cup which is able to move in three dimensions and seats the butt of the rod when big-game fishing. It may be fitted on a butt pad or a fighting chair.

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gps unit
02 Apr 2014

GPS

GPS – Short for Global Positioning System, a satellite navigational system extensively used in the marine environment on commercial and recreational boats. Allows the angler to locate or revisit prolific marks in conjunction with a fishfinder.

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greys logo
02 Apr 2014

Greys

Greys – Manufacturers of, among other tackle, popular rough ground rods.

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