The devices used by fishermen which could be any kind of part of any type of gear for e.g. hooks, lines, weights, baits, drifts, gaffs, leaders, lures, nets, reels, rods, swivels, weights, lances, catches and waders and so on. The part of an angling equipment connected to the ends of a fishing pole or line is called terminal take on.
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In angling, using the 'hook' in consequentially pertinent to the term 'canyon' which in archaic use meant 'throat.' Old individuals made use of gorges to fish; these were long and slices of bone connected midway on a thin angling line. A bait was affixed to the canyon so that it would laying parallel to the line; when a fish took the lure the angler delicately tugged the line to make sure that the canyon oriented itself in a best angle to the line, affixing itself to the fish's gullet. For this reason, a fish hook was looked at as a device to capture fish by 'linkeding' them in the mouth, or by snagging the fish totally.