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 n.— «Whether local fishers are increasingly following a “catch and release ethic,” or are releasing smaller trout in hopes of finding a multi-pound holdover or triploid (a practice called “creaming”), or are simply enjoying the event and the day on the water without the bother of cleaning and caring for a limit of fish, isn’t certain.» —“Trout anglers take their time getting to lake on opening day” by Wayne Kruse The Herald (Everett, Washington) Apr. 29, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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