intransitive verb. speak down when fishing; also a euphemism for to jig or fish
Tgididaalg̱as Dzon wili ḵ'asba sa seik'a. John was speaking down to the fish while he was jigging.
Dm k'a tgididaal'maxsga'nu asga wayt gyiyaaks. He's going fishing way out.
Tgididalḵ'ask - as said by Sampson Collinson and written by Mildred Wilson: Wayi, daał, wah! Wayi, daał wah! łak'a 'nawaan, daał, ła'axł! (when you start pulling the halibut up) łuutik'a aag̱n, daał, wayi łuutika aag̱n, daał. (when halibut is brought aboard) 'liidigił, daał. 'liidigił! 'Speak down' to the fish when fishing, as said by Sampson Colinson and written by Mildred Wilson: Now my dear, hey! Now my dear, hey! Bite that, my dear, bite it! (when you start pulling the halibut up) Save your mouth, my dear, save your mouth, my dear. (when halibut is brought aboard) Wake them up, my dear, wake them up!