an iron hook with a handle for landing large fish.
the spur on a climbing iron, especially as used by telephone linemen.
Nautical a spar rising aft from a mast to support the head of a quadrilateral fore-and-aft sail (gaff sail)
a metal spur for a gamecock.
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to hook or land (a fish) with a gaff.
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"gaff" is an irish slang word for "house", its also used across Scotland and parts of
England and Wales.
These lip grips will hold on to the fish and in some cases they come with a scale that will weigh the fish. I never try to gaff
a fish in the middle of its body. So, if you are unsure about the size of the fish, or if there is any way to boat and or release the fish... More »
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Feb 20, 2012 ... A gaff is something that holds your man business in place while tucked in drag.
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Seize or impale with a gaff: the whales are gaffed, speared, or knifed to ... Early
19th century (in the senses 'outcry; nonsense' and in the phrase blow the gaff 'let
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A large iron hook attached to a pole or handle and used to land large fish. 2.
Nautical A spar attached to the mast and used to extend the upper edge of a ...