all is fish that comes to his net

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all is fish that comes to his net

A phrase that describes one's ability to make use of anything available. I don't know how Chris fixed his car with the few tools he had with him at the time, but he's so smart like that—all is fish that comes to his net. Of course he made a delicious meal with only the few ingredients we had left in the fridge—truly, all is fish that comes to his net. If anyone can come up with a solution, it's him—all is fish that comes to his net.
See also: all, come, fish, net, that, to
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