Examples of Snagging in a sentence
Snagging is defined as the practice of jerking any type of hook or lure, baited or unbaited, through the water with the intention of foul hooking fish.
Snagging for paddlefish on the Mississippi River is restricted to the area within 500 yards below the navigation dams and their spillways.
Snagging must cease after half the daily limit of any game fish has been snagged.
Snagging of kokanee salmon is permitted above Vallecito Reservoir from November 15 through December 31.
Snagging must be discontinued once the daily creel limit of any species of game fish has been harvested.