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wii bass fishing

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Just got the bass fishing game for my son's Wii last night. Since I know everything about bass fishing I was telling my son what he needed to do to catch bass. At the end of the night I lost all of the fish over 4 lbs(broken line). My 9 year old son caught a bunch of fish. 1@ 13lbs 3 oz, 1@ 11lbs 10oz, and a bunch over 5 lbs. To make matters worse, at the end of the game they rate you, I got a "D". Its a good thing I have all this vast knowledge about bass fishing or I would have failedsmile.gif

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View PostJust got the bass fishing game for my son's Wii last night. Since I know everything about bass fishing I was telling my son what he needed to do to catch bass. At the end of the night I lost all of the fish over 4 lbs(broken line). My 9 year old son caught a bunch of fish. 1@ 13lbs 3 oz, 1@ 11lbs 10oz, and a bunch over 5 lbs. To make matters worse, at the end of the game they rate you, I got a "D". Its a good thing I have all this vast knowledge about bass fishing or I would have failedsmile.gif

 

I get bored once in a while and play that, but that game gets frustrating at first. I think my personal biggest in game was 18.5 or something like that. There are a few unlockable places that I have caught 24lbers a few times, but its tough to find them.

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View Poststuff like thats funny cause people who have no idea how to do the real thing outfish people who know how to fish

same thing goes for, like, guitar hero (which is why i suck at it tongue.gif)

 

 

Thats why I just say I hate Guitar Hero. I cant play it when I play the real thing!

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