Fishing Planet

Fishing Planet

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Bastid Feb 27, 2017 @ 2:47pm
Lone Star Lake a few tips to farm it guide.
First off there are NO Uniques as far as I can tell, And the fish in here are not that big at all. Not like Real Life. Example: The spotted bass you catch are mostly in the range of a little over 1 pound to a little over 3 if you are lucky. The Real life version of this fish can be 11 pounds, there are no 11 pounders in here so don't worry. Your starting gear shold be perfect for the lake.

To farm this lake successfully I would first concentrate on getting a bigger holding net or a bigger stringer (cage) first. The starter one is not that big at all, and if you catch a couple of fish you will fill it quickly. Best way to deal with this is fish at peak times to fill the net or cage faster and in a private room until you get enough money saved for a bigger net or cage when you level.

Basicly fill the net/cage as fast as you can during peek times, leave the lake, and come back in. Rince and repeat.

Now the fish farming:

1) Buffalo(carp) are great for XP, use a small hook like #8 or #6. Petfood is the cheepest easiest to get, but they also like Somalina balls. They are also easier to catch on sunny days in deeper waters. The leader calls for 50 inches, but I caught more on a fully extended leader 99 inches in deep water (they are bottom feeders after all).

2) Spotted Bass, are Best for money, a 2 pound bass can net a little over 100. When a 2 pound catfish will net under 100. Spotted Bass also love a 2 inch worm Brown or white with a 1/4 oz jighead. It calls to use 1/3 oz casting spoons if you don't want the worms. Use the silver casting spoons on cloudy days, and yellow on sunny days.

The fish in this game are nowhere near the right way to fish them IRL Just about Every lure in this game is stop and go retrieve. Even spinnerbaits call for that method in most cases. IRL spinnerbaits need to keep moving so don't go in the game and use the lures like they are supposed to be used IRL, you will catch NOTHING.
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KaplanTR Feb 27, 2017 @ 3:40pm 
Stop and go with 80 cm recovery, strait slow 70,75 cm recovery, jighead 55 60 cm recovery, and DONT buy lot of stuff. Use one color from begin silver spoon. Its work is in sunny day or cloudy day.
Wicked Viking Feb 28, 2017 @ 11:14am 
Here you can see wich fish are in wich lake and the price pr kilo etc etc.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1MVthNeh0VrZZ2mxOAqHojrjowkRZwgcQXIgWlq6ErZ8/edit#gid=0
FishyFrags Feb 28, 2017 @ 11:16am 
Originally posted by KaplanTR:
Stop and go with 80 cm recovery, strait slow 70,75 cm recovery, jighead 55 60 cm recovery, and DONT buy lot of stuff. Use one color from begin silver spoon. Its work is in sunny day or cloudy day.

Any reel will catch them and it doesn't matter what line recovery it has. Colour of any lure for any species doesn't matter in the game. (even though it does in real life).
Last edited by FishyFrags; Feb 28, 2017 @ 11:17am
Soran Jul 31, 2017 @ 1:39pm 
Umm, Can you add the times for the fish?
King Of Essex Jul 31, 2017 @ 2:30pm 
Originally posted by Wicked Viking:
Here you can see wich fish are in wich lake and the price pr kilo etc etc.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1MVthNeh0VrZZ2mxOAqHojrjowkRZwgcQXIgWlq6ErZ8/edit#gid=0
Many thanks but I will have to copy this all out and convert it back to LBS &Oz's that's what I have used since I can remember back in the 1960's.

Whoever designed this thankyou for your hard work, but many of us are still old school and won't change, at least we have imperial and metric in the settings page of the game.
Last edited by King Of Essex; Jul 31, 2017 @ 2:36pm
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