I have three PC fishing games. I'm still trying to get used to the In-Fisherman game. I really like the Rapala fishing game and of course the Bassin' USA tourney is always a lot of fun! -- DrownedDesertRat --
I've played the Rapala one on Xbox. Pretty cool game. It can be challenging, which I like. I just think a lot of games are unrealistic when you're catching lunkers every cast. This one makes you work at it.
I have had a few for the PC...don't really know where they are now, but I remember I used to love to play them. I have the Rapala game for the Xbox also, and that is a blast. It's pretty challenging too! I also have a bunch of hunting games also. Those are mostly the type of video games I buy. Outdoor and Sports.
Have and played Black Bass (nintendo) Trophy Bass, Trophy Bass II, (Trophy Bass one and 2 were the only ones worth playing in my opinion) 3, and 4 (pc) many others lots not worth even talking about because they were all the same 3D views from under the water, but the most note worthy games I have, Rapala Pro Fishing (PS2 Activision 2004) I'd rate it a 6 out of 10, Bass Strike (PS2 THQ 2001) 8 out of 10, but Pro Fishing Challenge (XBox Atlus 2004) is without a doubt the most realistic fishing simulation I have ever played. Even the water looks real, no silly underwater shots, and the fish are as hard to figure out as they are in real life. I still play it all the time, never even pick up the others. Have a good one LBD
We all agree. The yellowtail is the most revered sportfish in our local waters. Southern California anglers will chase them anywhere in any watercraft available including float tubes. Trolling fishermen have been seen...