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@Dennis_FP  @Sergey.B (or any FP DEV/Support Staff members)

I have 2 basic & easy questions for y'all.

 First one is concerning the rivers current/flow; Is there somewhere ingame to find out what each rivers current/flow speed is for the North American & European rivers? If there is nowhere ingame to find this out can y'all reply here with the info?

Second question is concerning the water temp boundary line between cold & warm water for using the chum mixes; Exactly what temp marks the highest cold water temp & what is the lowest temp that marks the warm water starting point?

Examples: Tiber, Italy - slow/moderate/fast ??  .... Neherrin, N.C. - slow/moderate/fast ??

Example:  64 degrees highest cold water mark/ 65 degrees lowest warm water mark ??

 

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4 hours ago, TC915 said:

@Dennis_FP  @Sergey.B (or any FP DEV/Support Staff members)

I have 2 basic & easy questions for y'all.

 First one is concerning the rivers current/flow; Is there somewhere ingame to find out what each rivers current/flow speed is for the North American & European rivers? If there is nowhere ingame to find this out can y'all reply here with the info?

Second question is concerning the water temp boundary line between cold & warm water for using the chum mixes; Exactly what temp marks the highest cold water temp & what is the lowest temp that marks the warm water starting point?

Examples: Tiber, Italy - slow/moderate/fast ??  .... Neherrin, N.C. - slow/moderate/fast ??

Example:  64 degrees highest cold water mark/ 65 degrees lowest warm water mark ??

 

Maybe air temp is what determines if you are in warm or cold water temps.... I had the same question earlier come to me. Regarding water flow, I judge based on what I see happening visually in each location.

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40 minutes ago, iGoshawk said:

Maybe air temp is what determines if you are in warm or cold water temps.... I had the same question earlier come to me. Regarding water flow, I judge based on what I see happening visually in each location.

No, there's a gauge specifically for water temp; & if chum mix says warm or cold you obviously use that gauge to determine which mix is best. I know how to see the water temp, just isn't clear what point they have set the warm to cold boundary mark at. Which needs to be made clear by the Devs or someone on the staff. As for water current/flow, it may seem as easy as just judging it by eye but with 3 different current/flow strengths it should be clearly outlined in the waterway descriptions or stated by Devs or staff member. Preciate ya trying to help but guessing & close enough isn't quite the answer we need in my opinion, but again the attempt is appreciated.

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