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    #1

    do we say high competition fishing

    when we refer to a sport can we use the word high to refer to the fact it's a professional game ?

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    Re: do we say high competition fishing

    'High competition' suggests that it is the top level of competition, but that would not necessarily have to be professional- it would depend on the activity for me.

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