Definition of guddle in English:

guddle

verb

[with object]Scottish
  • 1Fish with the hands by groping under the stones or banks of a stream.

    ‘Despite the general exuberance, nobody went guddling for piranhas in the Glasshouse zoo.’
    ‘As well as his normal boyish pursuits of guddling for trout, playing pranks on PC Murdoch, and avoiding maths tests, Wullie has a love interest.’
    1. 1.1with object Catch (a fish) by guddling.

Origin

Mid 17th century of unknown origin.

Pronunciation

guddle

/ˈɡʌd(ə)l/