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Sinker

A bond with interest and principal payments coming from the proceeds of a sinking fund.

sinker

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Bank sinkers are available in weights upwards of 16 ounces.
Mr Sinker said the pensioner had saved the money to pay for household bills and was worried he would not be able to make the payments.
To rig drop-shot style, tie the hook to your fishing line or leader one to three feet above the sinker.
For notoriously spooky nibblers like snapper and sheepshead, you'll rarely need anything more than a 2-ounce sinker on a 3-foot leader.
Unlike standard sliding sinker rigs that position the weight above a swivel, the knocker weight rides directly on the leader, so it slides or "knocks" against the hook.
The bead will keep the sinker 3 feet above the hook, allowing the bait a more natural movement, and provided some noise to attract the bass's attention.
While most toothpicks are round and are inserted into the nose end of the sinker, a flat toothpick is even better since it won't pinch or crimp the line as much.
McCarthy added: "What is apparent from their allegations is that the SEC has fallen for the phony restatement that was contrived in 1998 by Steve Miller and Rod Hills hook, line and sinker.
I've always used a 6-ounce egg sinker 15 inches above a 7/0 hook on a fluorocarbon leader.
He's a ground-ball, sinker pitcher and if the ball is elevated in the strike zone it's going to get hit.
The term bonds are subject to super sinker redemption payments beginning in 2002.