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potpourri fishing

potpourri fishing
 n.— «Potpourri time is a colloquialism for the great and enchanting spell when anglers can tangle with vast numbers of fish and a variety of species by plying the many miles of rock-laden shorelines that grace Coffey, Melvern and Milford lakes.» —“April anglers enjoy potpourri fishing” by Ned Kehde Topeka Capital-Journal (Kan.) May 2, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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