(Can./US prison) fresh, uninitiated, new, esp. of a prisoner.
|Limey 269: The ‘fish’ uniform is the pauper’s badge in San Quentin. It is the outward proof that the poor guy who wears it has no friends.|
|Pimp 46: All ‘fish’ new cons were housed here.|
|Go-Boy! 102: I had to pull up short to give the right of way to a tight formation of fish screws [...] marching past.|
|Arizona Republican (Phoenix, AZ) 31 July B1/5: Fish guard — a rookie guard.|
|(con. 1998–2000) You Got Nothing Coming 47: How ’bout I clarify your sideways-talking mouth into chopped meat, you fish motherfucker!|