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buzz

Drug slang
noun A regional term for mild intoxication.

Vox populi
Onomatopoeia meaning to make a low, continuous, sibilant sound, as a bee with its wings.
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8 trout per visit this week with Black Buzzers the top fly.
Langley: Black Hoppers, Buzzers, Mayflies, various dry flies, Bibio.
Jimmy Wilson from Washington took a 10lb 8oz rainbow on a dry fly while Barry Nicholson returned 14 trout caught on Olives and CdC Buzzers.
Intermediate lines and small Damsels or Cat's Whiskers working consistently, but when the weather eased good hatches of buzzers and sedges put the floating line and a team of nymphs among the fish.
Paul Marshall from Chester-le-Street caught 12 trout, including one of 10lb taken on Buzzers and Squirmy Worms.
uk or on 07854 240177 FLY BOX Caistron: Best Flies: Buzzers, Pheasant Tail Nymph.
In addition to the attractive Deal Buzzer (TM) brands and trademarks, Monster Offers' acquisition of related, key Smart Device technologies for integration as part of this deal will assist it in providing a more comprehensive consumer experience and enable it to offer services not currently provided by competitors.
Fisher missed a long jumper at the first-quarter buzzer.
Anglers using the natural approach had most success from both bank and boat, scoring with floating or slow sinking lines teamed with long leaders and buzzer or small nymph patterns.
Fishing during a buzzer hatch in a flat calm, however, can be quite frustrating.
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Pond Olives have been hatching off and also prolific buzzer hatches.