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  1. Hello anglers! Are you ready to test your fishing abilities with new unique missions? Vegetarian Piranha: Camu-Camu Diet Prove to everyone that you are a masterful Piranha hunter! Use Camu-Camu as bait when fishing for all Piranha species in South America ponds. Trophy Bass III: Walker The South American Bass is well-known for its feistiness, as well as for the variety of shapes and colors it can have. If you want to catch a Trophy Bass, then Walker lure is an ideal choise. Good hunting! Trophy Catfish II: Crayfish Jig Bait The Catfish species of South America are so greedy that they can hardly refuse a soft bait. Use Crayfish, but remember that only straight slow retrieve can get you the desired haul. Vampire Hunter: Swimbait Payara and Biara are some of the most evasive freshwater predators. Show off your expert angling skills by catching South American vampires with the Swimbait lure. South American Topwater: Popper Show off your expert angling skills by catching South American predators using Popper lure! One more news for you - rewards for completing all monster missions increased! These new difficult missions will bring your angling abilities to a new level!
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  2. I waited until Level 31 to get a bigger net. Most of the youtubers recommend to wait even longer, but I gave it a try and do not regret. I take a floating and a feeder rod (each about 9kg max drag/test, but titanium leader reduced it to little below eight) to the lake as well as my kayak. I spend there 7 in game days (1 day advanced license) and yielded 120k money and 33k XP (level up from 31 to 34). Of course I did a lot of Pike fishing as told in the videos, but I had a lot of fun exploring the lake with the kayak. The kayak was very helpful in reducing the reel-in time on trophies and uniques. You can only use one rod at a time though. I spend my very last shiner as a bait on my float rod at 275cm and gathered a Trophy Blue Catfish weighting 25kg way to much for my keep net but earning 500+ XP. What a great finish.
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  3. Glad you finally found the backlash,there's a cleanup challenge on every waterway so get used to pulling out weeds boots and plastic bags without losing your favourite lures.
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  4. Inventarfehler behoben Einfrieren des Bojenlieferungsfensters behoben Problem mit Bojenkauf auf dem Tablet behoben Grafische Verbesserungen am Kongo-Fluss
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  5. Top water lure or float set shallow with free red worm from compost heap as you will lose your bait, cast from bridge into Lilly pads and keep snagging Lilly pads out of water, discard Lilly pads and after snagging several times a piece of trash will be cought this may or may not be backlash but don't forget that other items need to be collected for other challenges, eventually all items that can be cought can be snagged from the same spot. The weeds branches and bark for some of the other challenges are specific to the waterways where they grow. If you find a good snag spot stick with it. Don't forget to keep room for items you need to keep.
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  6. Yes, (most) catfish have large mouths, I think it could be a matter of size, they don't get any bigger than Young at Lone Star (not saying it can't be done though). You're more likely to get one on a lure at Mudwater (or other higher level waterways in which they reside). The deeper areas are the places to try for them and the larger ones tend to be more active during the night time.
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  7. It would be interesting to know if all changes to the programming are tested on console as well as pc? I have brought this up in bug reports because I thought it may get reviewed more often by the programmers than some of the other topics
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  8. Competitive Moby Hunting Each time Jim Kaf sails a 14/0 cap'n hook into Arbor Lake after he carpet bombs the lake with his super particle collider groundbait mix, he creates an entanglement with the server to roll up to 5 different carp within a 35k average range with potential spikes close to 50k and a few below the 20k range. The carp only nibble one at a time to conserve server and end user resources. Smaller hooks, smaller particle mixes, different baits and different aroma intensities result in a smaller weight average or bigger spike range. Jolly Carp contenders like Jim Kaf and Eluce often run custom competitions on Fishing Planet using the same parameters of upcoming competitions to resolve Groundbait Bait and Tackle Channel effectiveness against competition Environmental Channel parameters. These guys need to produce 40k mirror and leather carp averages consistently to win. On The Fisherman, where there are no custom competitions and upper limit of hook size remains at 10/0, top competition average is only 30k per carp. Practice runs, hook size, stable moby mix, and a steady high speed internet connection is what wins carp competitions on Fishing Planet. Moby Hunting Failure If you ain't placing very high in Jolly Carp on Fishing Planet several things could be at fault. Poor internet connections causes missing data, bottleneck data trickle, faulty instances, disconnections, and broken rod mechanics where rods struggle to load groundbait. Missing data throws off game physics and math calculations. Musette's internet fails in this category. As much as you think you practice, you likely don't practice as devotedly as someone like Jim Kaf. I thought Jim had more game wealth than I did because he's been playing Fishing Planet much longer than I have and is a much higher rank. He spends quite a bit of fishing cash conducting practice game competitions to git gud. I have 3 times more game wealth than he does in Fishing Planet because Jim spends generously on custom competitions. I just conduct fishing experiments on both Fishing Planet and The Fisherman platforms in regular competitions and instances. I'm a science nerd while Jim is a competitive beast. I have a bad habit of dropping competitions to chase anomalies like the recently discovered Carp Ballet whilst in the middle of a Lucky Ghost competition. I really should be conducting science observations in custom competitions rather than official competitions. Twilight Zone A competition is a special instance or dimension of your favorite waterway. Everything looks the same. However, underwater, Twilight Willows is a shadow version of Weeping Willows. Fish school populations are reduced. Your favorite fishing spot might not be active. You need know to several active spots through experience. You need to know how to stimulate fish feeding behavior through very narrow preset Environmental Channel parameters. If you only have one great mix that works on a rainy, high pressure day, you will score poorly. If your internet connection is less than stellar or the server is over taxed, Twilight Willows could become glitched. Welcome to the Twilight Zone. (Jim, we should have a Rod Serling impersonator narrating!) Carp Ballet Not all oversized moby carp which can be summoned will inhale bait on a 14/0 hook. One of the delights of fishing on Fishing Planet, as opposed to The Fisherman, is that you can watch carp nibbling up close. Some of the larger carp may not take a bait on a short leader. These oversized carp may approach from the top and need to do a couple of twists before inhaling the bait. If the leader is too short or the hook is on an incline, the fish won't be able to complete his twist ballet. Thus, if you are watching large carp dropping the bait while smaller carp pick it up, adjust the leader length and try again. The moby place holder that dropped the bait will remain with his school until the school moves on. Some carp schools are confined to a small territory while other carp schools, like in Germany, have a wider migratory path. Till next time, I leave you all with real life footage of how spod carpet affects schools of small fish, large carp school, then schools of small fish again until the spod is mostly eaten, similar to spod carpet life cycle in Fishing Planet. The devs did well calculating fish behavior and spodding dynamics in Weeping Willows, UK. Disclaimer: No Jim Kafs were harmed in the making of this Carpumentary. Jim Kaf does not neccessarily subcribe to any of Musette's sus fish mechanic theories. Musette needs to update her carp diary with remixes but has been too lazy to do so. Just play around with particle amounts and a few ingredients to create your own Jackson Pollock underwater masterpieces!
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