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  1. Used after numbers to refer to any object of that size in inches.

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Google previewJerusalem Creek (2004)

Fly Fishing through Driftless Country by Ted Leeson

A twelve-incher is a decent fish, fourteen a nice one, and you might expect the occasional sixteen-incher. Bigger ones are a possibility, but you could fish, say, the Bighorn River and catch more eighteen-inch trout in a week than you probably ...

Google previewThe Last River Rat (2005)

Kenny Salwey's Life in the Wild by J Scott Bestul

Fifty inches is a small, fifty- five is called a medium, a sixty-incher is an extra large, and a FEBRUARY 233.

Google previewTales from Jackpine Bob Pb (2003)

A thir- teen-incher is a trophy. But what handsome, native fish they are — and were. A species surviving from glacial times, undiluted with ...

Google preview1001 Fishing Tips (2010)

The Ultimate Guide to Finding and Catching More and Bigger Fish by Lamar Underwood

A 12- to 14-incher is a trophy fish here, especially when it's a brookie, the original, pure, native-American brook trout.

Google previewHow to Catch Crabs (2013)

by Charlie White

an eight-incher is a real trophy crab!

Google previewHook, Line, and Murder (2016)

by Jessica Fletcher, Donald Bain, Renée Paley-Bain

A twelve- to thirteen-incher is a pretty good size. Depends on the lake. Bigger lake, bigger fish, but the rules for this derby keep us restricted to a specific geographical area. Where we're fishing most of 'em average out around ten inches.

Google previewFlyfisher's Guide to Virginia (2006)

Including West Virginia's Best Fly Fishing Waters by David Hart

A 12-incher is an honest monster. The larger streams, the Rapidan River, Big Run, Jeremy's Run, and the Conway River, offer the best chance of hooking a foot-long brookie, although because it's the largest and the fish are protected, the ...

Google previewRunning Silver (2013)

Restoring Atlantic Rivers and Their Great Fish Migrations by John Waldman

smelt NOAA/Department of Commerce A smelt is not a big fish; a twelve-incher is a trophy. Nonetheless, a smelt is an effective predator within its own realm, sporting a set of strong canines in an angular jaw—ready to snap ...

Google previewDeath, Taxes, and Leaky Waders (2001)

A John Gierach Fly-Fishing Treasury by John Gierach

A 9-or 10-incher is a whopper, and there aren't very many of them. For that matter , there may not be a whole lot of fish total—large or small—and, considering the brookie's tendency to overpopulate, that shows you how tough things are.

Google previewFlyfisher's Guide to Utah (2007)

by James B. DeMoux

A 14-incher is a good fish, a 16-incher a trophy, a 20-incher the stuff of legends. The Logan is about fast fishing for smallish fish in lovely surroundings. The Logan River contains whirling disease. Fish from the Logan and its tributaries should ...

Google previewNative Texas Plants (2003)

Landscaping Region by Region by Sally Wasowski, Andy Wasowski

blackhaw viburnum is mature, and a four-incher is a fairly old tree. Flowering dogwoods, redbuds, and Mexican plum, as well as Eve's necklace, hawthOrns, and farkleberry, are most usually found in the four-inchcaliper or Smaller stage.

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