The biggest fish I've caught before was a snapper about a foot long and when this one took the bait
on the bottom the tug on the line didn't seem much.
A court heard he used bogus profiles to advertise branded clothing and trainers at reduced prices and when customers took the bait
he kept their money, sent them nothing then taunted and blocked them when they complained.
As soon as it took the bait
and made the initial run, I knew it was a red.
He said: "Me and crew Rich Stapleton were out on Sunday when a blue shark took the bait
50ft underneath the boat.
The Road Warriors' defense was planned to send White to go to his left and when took the bait
, Alas timed it perfectly for the steal to preserve his team's 82-81 win on Wednesday.
THE Prince of Wales gladly took the bait
when asked to handle a live lobster at a cookery demonstration.
The title "White People" was clearly intended to provoke folks like Fox News' Sean Hannity, who eagerly took the bait
The reel just squealed when the tope took the bait
au, Morgan, who took the bait
from Lee after a face-off on Twitter, was given a confirmation of Lee's power after receiving his scans following the six-ball session, which left a lasting and painful impression on Morgan, who shared the news on his Twitter feed.
In a statement, Swan said, 'Journalists who should know better blindly took the bait
, splashing the word recession all over their headlines and lead paragraphs as though this was some common credible view, These kind of half-cocked misrepresentations about our economy are incredibly reckless.
The Principality never took the bait
, thank heavens.
They must have been thirsty, because apparently, every last one of them took the bait
In the end, Mancini took the bait
, snapping Hargreaves up the day before the transfer deadline.
Quinn said: "They were setting him up to try and come and he took the bait
Quinn claimed: "They (Villa) were setting him up to try and come and he took the bait