Angler (noun)

  1. A person who fishes with a hook and line.
  2. A person who fishes as a sport or recreation.
  3. A person who is skilled in catching fish using a hook and line.

Origin:

Early 17th century: from angler, from old english anglere, from angle "fishhook", from latin angulus "angle".

Examples:

  1. The angler caught a large bass.
  2. The anglers were fishing in the river.
  3. The angler used live bait to catch the fish.
  4. The angler was an expert in fly fishing.
  5. The anglers were having a competition to see who could catch the most fish.
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