A trotline is a heavy fishing line with baited hooks attached at intervals by means
of branch lines called snoods. A snood is a short length of line which is ...
A trotline is a variation of a setline. Webster's dictionary defines a setline as being
"a long heavy fishing line to which several hooks are attached in series.
A trot line is a long cord with a lot of fish hooks dangling from it. In this area you
can run 25 hooks on a non-commercial license. I have known commercial ...
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Jan 4, 2010 ... We mix business with pleasure. Angler Ed White demonstrates a trotline device
he invented that blends recreational with commercial fishing.
Apr 27, 2008 ... Me setting out a trotline on Bull Shoals Lake. Helpfull hints and baiting tips.
Jul 31, 2015 ... Trotline fishing explained; including how to make trotlines, the right fishing hook
for your needs, and a delicious catfish recipe.
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(Angling) angling a long line suspended across a stream, river, etc, to which
shorter hooked and baited lines are attached. Compare trawl<sup>2</sup> See also setline.
Trotline definition, a strong fishing line strung across a stream, or deep into a river
, having individual hooks attached by smaller lines at intervals. See more.