A rod of wood, steel, or fiberglass used with a line for catching fish. Also called fishing pole. (noun)
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Use "fishing rod" in a sentence
"He clenched his fishing rod in his hand and walked up the embankment toward his house, the azaleas and four-o’clocks in his yard rippling with color in the shade."
"Though give me the Isle of Mull any day, with just my fishing rod for company."