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 v.Gloss: To fish with the aid of floating plastic jugs of the sort usually used to hold water, milk, or bleach. «During the week lots of catfish (jugging is phenomenal) and bass are being reported. One group of juggers filled three ice chests in two hours.» —“Fishing report: Here one weekend, gone the next day” by Bobby Cleveland Clarion Ledger (Jackson, Mississippi) July 16, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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