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Fishing is as old as the human ability to use tools to catch food. Our Fishing novelty money bill honors the activity of catching fish, either freshwater or saltwater, which generally involves the use of a rod, a line and a hook. After thousands of years, the first significant innovation to the activity was the use of a reel, a rod with line guides, and a hook with an offset point, which came in the 17th and 18th centuries. Horsehair was used as line until the mid-19th century when it was replaced by textile materials, which were then replaced in the 1930s by nylon. Wood and bamboo rods were replaced by more durable fiberglass rods and later by rods made of other synthetic materials. Fishing today may include freshwater fly-fishing, bait fishing, and deep-water (saltwater) fishing.
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Fishing is as old as the human ability to use tools to catch food. Our Fishing novelty money bill honors the activity of catching fish, either freshwater or saltwater, which generally involves the use of a rod, a line and a hook. After thousands of years, the first significant innovation to the activity was the use of a reel, a rod with line guides, and a hook with an offset point, which came in the 17th and 18th centuries. Horsehair was used as line until the mid-19th century when it was replaced by textile materials, which were then replaced in the 1930s by nylon. Wood and bamboo rods were replaced by more durable fiberglass rods and later by rods made of other synthetic materials. Fishing today may include freshwater fly-fishing, bait fishing, and deep-water (saltwater) fishing.
We want you to be completely satisfied and accept returns for up to 30 days.
With fast shipping and great products we strive to make your experience the best it could be!

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