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  1. 25 points
    Dear friends! The outgoing year was not easy, but you did not give up and continued to go forward. This is how a real angler should be. The new year 2021 is coming. We are confident that it will be better than the previous one. All of us are looking forward to meeting new friends and exploring new opportunities. The Russian Fishing 4 team promises you to expand the geography of reservoirs, add new fishing methods and develop other interesting features for the game. We are grateful to you for being with us, for your kind words of support and constructive criticism that helps us get better. Happy new year friends! We wish you all happiness and good health! Best Wishes! Your RF4 Team
  2. 17 points
    We are excited to announce that Russian Fishing 4 players now have their own homes. Here you can not only place collections of your favorite rods and reels, trophies and valuable prizes, but also show them to other players. The Christmas and New Year discounts apply from December 23, 2020, 10:00 a.m. CET to January 03, 2021, 10:00 a.m. CET: Gold: -35% Premium: -25% Changes: Christmas stalls are open on all water bodies. A taxidermist shop has opened at Mosquito Lake. At Mosquito Lake the gate to the players house was opened. Here you can display equipment, awards and trophies made by the taxidermist. The players house can be visited via the public profile. Christmas presents have been placed. Go fishing with a telescopic rod at the festively decorated spot on Mosquito Lake for a chance to catch valuable gifts. The prices for some reels and jerkbait models have been increased. Self made leaders now display the used components. The light cone of the flashlight has been enlarged. Regards, RF4 Team
  3. 15 points
    FAQ gameplay Frequently asked questions / answers This thread will be updated as new questions are asked Last update: January 21 2021 Ranking Lists When are the weekly rankings reset and evaluated? How exactly are the points for the global placement evaluated and calculated? Groundbait and Feeding When should you feed, are there guidelines? How do you influence the size of the fish? What are small and large particles or what is the difference? Can you influence the radius / scattering effect of the cobra ? Can you overfeed? Are there differences in size when "grinding, crushing" boilies? Can PopUp boilies be used in feed mixes or do they also have the buoyancy effect when feeding? Is there a detailed basic guide to feeding in general with examples and structure? Leader Mechanics What is the deterrent factor and which factors are included? Which fish are very shy fish? How to choose a leader for spin fishing? Does the color of the line / leader also have an effect on the game or the length of the leader? Which components have an influence on the fish for the purpose of deterrent effect? Rods and Reels Do different rod types effect XP? How do you use a marker rod and what is it for? Which reels are best for braided line? Where can I see the breaking force of my reel and what is the difference between brake strength and breaking force?
  4. 13 points
    Greeting Anglers! This is a guide for the ones that are willing to put the effort into learning the true art of angling for big carp or even sturgeons with the Waggler's/Match Rods. First let me introduce myself to you all. My ingame name is ZaoN and i've been fishing with nothing but match rods for the last 8 month's. Some might wonder why use a method that isn't that effective as bottom, we'll for that reason i simply answer it's more of a challenge. And you have to interact with the game when you use the waggler's and since there is no auto hooking, only a few times that can occur but it's a rare thing. The feeling of landing a big trophy carp with the match rod is a lovely feeling, and it beats the feeling of using a bottom rod anyday. Atleast it does that for me. Im no expert on this, but ive learned alot about fishing with match rods and also looking up potential spots and scan the area, with the map in hand. IM NOT AN EXPERT. But I do my best to help other's into the float section of this game, as I find it really enjoyable. First things first. Grab a coffee, sit back and relax and enjoy the guide. 1. Setup The pictures below show's the current setup im using at this moment. I'm using the end game rods, combined with a Venga 10000. All tho im using the end game Venga, you can use the other's reels combined with the rods aswell such as Tagara. If you look closely to the picture on the specific part's you'll get the understanding aswell, that you want to use both line/leader that is as close as it get's with the drag of the reel, unless you are really fishing for the other big fish like sturgeons where you are using 74+kg line. I'm using braided line with capacity of 35kg for the carp's, and when i target sturgeons I use a 74kg braided line. The Waggler's are the key here, some are good for long distance casting, and some are good combined with the Sandwich Bait. But we will get to that later on. Leader wise, that is another key feature when you float fish with waggler's. You all know how some fish spooks easily when you spin fish with steel/braided leader's. It's just the same with float fishing, and the main reason im using Flouro is just for that matter. Since you have another thing that might spook of the most cautious big fish, the float. Waggler's are another part of the setup that might spook of the fish aswell. So trying to eliminate as much of the chance of spooking of a fish as you can, is also to consider. 2. Bait and even MORE BAIT! I can't stress enough how important it is to bait up an area. Bottom fishing has the PvA for that matter, but we only have the option of spoding up an area. But doing so effectivly can give you the some good results in the end. But patience is always the key when you fish in any given situation. When you make a groundbait or a dry mix, always take a moment to think. Look at the weeklys, what are they feeding on? How can you make a groundbait that will attract them into your swim where you are fishing? Is it berry? Is it fishy? Ask around for some tips from other angler's what they were using, and then summon it up and make some test baits and try to compare them. How do you bait up an area then? We'll my personal preference that i go for is using 2x casts with the spod, with 5 portion size. After that, wait 6 ingame hours. Then use the Dry Mix recipe into a GB ball, and shoot 3-4 of them INFRONT of the area. Use the Spod mix behind the float's, clip 1 meter behind and cast. And then clip 1 meter infront and use the GB. This is just something that i've been using and it has worked out good on most of the times. 3. Depth Guide/Marker Another crucial part of waggler fishing is chosing the depth. When you fish after carp you want to fish close to the bottom as possible. But how can you know the depth? We'll here is were the Marker Rod comes into play. Knowing the depth of the area you are fishing is crucial when picking a spot. Cast out on different angles on the spot, so you know if there is a difference to the bottom, if it's going up and down or if it stays the same. The picture below show's my marker rig setup, using this I can cast far out easily without any problems at all. When you see it land, open up the reel, then wait until you see the float pop up. Then close the reel, and set reel speed to 5. Then slowly reel in, until you see the float lift and stand. Now look at the second picture below, it show's the depth and after that reapeat it if you want to look around you even more. If you reel to fast and the float dives, open up the reel and do it over again. When you have found the depth, now it's time to put the leader on and ADD the length to it. So it says 2.45 and you are fishing with a 40 cm leader, then the depth should be 2.85. If you don't put the depth correctly, the float may sink under the surface, or if you overdepth it the float will lay flat on the surface. By putting the depth at 2.85 the float will rise above the surface and stand up, giving you a good visible float, so you can easily see when a fish is nibbling your bait or taking it. Look at the bottom left of the fighting bar. It says 2.45 for thoose that might be having poor eye sight. 4. Leader's We'll we have spoken already a little on leader's and the material that is availble. When you are Carp Fishing with Match Rods-Waggler's you are using a so called Feeder Leader. Most of the Bottom Fishing people are using Braided Leader's cause the impact resistance, but they are also forced into yet another leader, wich is the core. When you float fish you don't have that option, wich makes it alot more easier to put pressure on the fish, and stop it from racing away. There is 3x of length's that i mainly use. 20 cm, 40 cm, and 60 cm. The 20 cm I use when i fish really shallow areas, for example below 1m depth. 40 cm I mostly use whenever I target Carp species. 60 cm I use in the currents or river's. But there is a downside to the different length's. Short Leader's are great for hooking the fish, but it also has a higher chance of spooking of fish. Specially the most cautios fish species. But it also has a higher chance of auto hooking itself. Longer Leader's has great reduction of spooking the fish from taking your bait, but it also has a harder chance of hooking the fish, and it will RARELY auto hook itself with longer leader's. Braided Leader's are great resistance to the fish head shakes and also very stiff. Very Robust so to speak, but very visible to fish. Fluorocarbon leader's, thanks to its zero visibility in the water, is indispensable when fishing cautious fish. It's also has a faily high damage resistance compared to other's. I have never used Nylon line, as it's not as stiff as the other's are. You also want some stiffness when fighting big fish to resist the big head shakes, but also be able to put pressure on the fish to avoid it from racing away. I do really hope you guys have enjoyed this little guide i made for you. It's my first ever guide, so please be gentle with me. I do hope I have caught your interest for some Waggler fishing with Match Rods. I'll leave a link to one of my videos that I also explain and show when to strike the fish, and it also shows what happends when you do it wrong aswell. It's a lovely way to enjoy the game, and also very fun. And remember to watch that float!
  5. 13 points
    Hi all! Yes!!! Finally got it at Old Burg after so many tries for so long... Specie: Pike Map: Old Burg Coords: 44.19 F8 Setup (jerkbait rig) / Retrieval method: walk the dog Weather: cloudy
  6. 12 points
    I had some leftover tickets from the Lake Trout trophy hunt and I kept on trolling....it paid off! Fish - Kuori Char Coords: around F6-F7 - trolling Setup:
  7. 11 points
    Hi all! Specie: Common Barbel Map: Amber Lake Coords: 85.147 E4 Clip: 30m Setup (classic hair rig) Weather: rainy
  8. 10 points
    Seversky Donets - random White Bream Coords: 34:143 Clip: 10m Setup:
  9. 10 points
    Bear lake 55:63 clip 21 Common Carp Setup Hinged stiff rig 60cm
  10. 10 points
    Bear lake 55:63 clip 20 Common Carp Setup Hinged stiff rig 60cm
  11. 10 points
    Bear lake 55:63 clip 21
  12. 10 points
    Bear Lake - Leather Carp Coords: 55:63 Clip: 23m Cast: N Bait: Cocos Combo
  13. 10 points
    Bear Lake - Grass Carp Coords: 55:63 (F4) Clip: 22m Cast: NW
  14. 10 points
    Mosquito Lake - Ide Needed this for my trophy card, posting in case anyone else does as well. I got the trophy within 30 minutes or so. Coords: 59:77 Weather: Clear Night Temp: 13.2° Time: 02:36 Tackle: Bottom | Basic bottom rig Clip: 14m [NW] Bait: Corn Groundbait: Ide Mix (10/10) Fish Gear
  15. 10 points
    Mosquito Lake - Perch Coords: 97:84 Clip: 30m Cast: NW (mostly W) Lure: Foam Rubber Fish 001 Method: Jigging Day 15 of trophy Perch hunting: I finally got it Mosquito trophy card is now complete!! This has probably been my biggest feeling of accomplishment in the game so far! Trophy: Gear: Award:
  16. 10 points
    Old Burg - Bream Testing another spot reported to rf4spots and got 1 trophy bream as well as about 38 keepable bream. Overall I would say it's not as good as the previous spot. On to the 3rd spot Coords: 25:53 Weather: Clear Temp: 15.0° ~ Time: 23:00ish Tackle: Bottom | Basic bottom rig Clip: 15m Bait: Pea Porridge Groundbait: Bream Mix Fish Gear [Same as above post]
  17. 10 points
    Old Burg - Bream Testing spot reported to rf4spots and got 2 trophy bream right away, as well as 1/2 a fish bag of solid 2kg+ Coords: 63:60 Weather: Clear Temp: 11.0° ~ 11.9° Time: 21:47 / 07:15 Tackle: Bottom | Basic bottom rig Clip: 15m Bait: Pea Porridge Groundbait: Bream Mix Fish Gear
  18. 10 points
    Hi all! Spot for pikes still hot at Ladoga! Specie: Pike Map: Ladoga Lake Coords: 73.55 Setup (jerkbait rig) Weather: rainy, but works when it's sunny too.
  19. 10 points
    Akthuba 126:133 clip 20
  20. 9 points
    Just trying trolling Kuori Lake (2days In Game) - Grayling | Vendace | Sevan trout Coords & Setup :
  21. 9 points
    Akhtuba - Sichel Coords: 63:132 Depth: 1m Cast: SW Bait: Mayfly
  22. 9 points
    Volkhov River - Nase Coords: 71:100 Clip: 25m Cast: S Bait: Algae Groundbait: Custom (thanks @Kole S <3) Saw this spot on rf4spots and wanted to try for a Blue Bream Got this guy instead! It's on the trophy card, so I will take it Trophy: Gear: Groundbait:
  23. 9 points
    Seversky Donets River - Pumpkinseed Sunfish Coords: 72:160 Depth: 80cm Cast: Right on the other side of the weeds (~50% for me) Bait: Redworm I got one of my favorite fish as a trophy \o/ I have officially mounted my fist trophy Trophy: Gear:
  24. 9 points
    Volkhov - Nase Coords: 71:100 Clip: 25m Cast: S Bait: Algae Fish: Gear: Groundbait:
  25. 9 points
    Akhtuba River - Beloribitsa Whitefish Came here to test the spot posted on discord, pretty slow but managed a couple of trophies. The splits in details below will represent the belo | sterlet. Coords: 63"133 Weather: Clear | Cloudy Temp: 28.0° | 12.0° Time: 09:18 | 21:54 Tackle: Bottom | Basic bottom rig Clip: 18m Bait: Gudgeon Fish Keepnet Gear
  26. 9 points
    This spot (70:50) was very active last night, for a short period...at least for me. Old Burg - Tench + Gibel Coords: 70:50 Clip: 7m GB: tench mix * thanks JaggedRiz for sharing this spot.
  27. 9 points
    I spent so many hours looking for one of the trophies, Perch at Mosquito, Chub at Winding and Tench at Old Burg. Now I can scratch the Tench as I finally caught it at 70:50, clip 7, Nightcrawler. Woohoo!!!
  28. 9 points
    Dear players, We are working hard to stop the spam we are experiencing on the EN forums. Please as we work through this, do not click any links contained in user posts unless you trust the user. Some of these posts may look like legitimate questions. Please report any suspicious post so that we can investigate. Thank you for your understanding and patience. Thank you, RF4 Team
  29. 9 points
    Hi all! Specie: Lake Trout Map: Kuori Lake Method: trolling Setup Weather: a bit cloudy
  30. 9 points
    Hi all! Finally got the frog!!! Specie: Frog Map: Mosquito Lake Coords: 72.78 F5 Setup (depth 28cm) Weather: a bit cloudy
  31. 9 points
    Winding River - Gudgeon, Dace Fishing for baitfish to once again try to find belo whitefish spots. This spot works out pretty well since you can catch Bleak, Gudgeon, Perch, Common Roach, White Bream and Ruffe at the same spot. It's also active day and night with very fast pulls. I easily reached about 100 baitfish while making around 300s off stuff I couldn't use. Highly recommend as baitfish spot. Credit goes to @Kelly S for suggesting the spot to me. Coords: 85:103 Weather: Clear mostly Temp: N/A due to time variations Time: N/A due to time variations Tackle: Float | Slider rig | Sandwich Depth: 40cm Bait: Caster/Caddisfly + Pearl Barley/Worm Fish Gear
  32. 9 points
    Akhtuba River - Black-spined Herring Trying to get 80% float and got this little guy Coords: 63:133 Weather: Cloudy Temp: 30.6° Time: 17:01 Tackle: Float | Slider float rig Depth: 60cm Bait: Mayfly Fish Gear
  33. 9 points
    Winding Rivulet - Bleak Coords: 87:115 Depth: 33cm Cast: S (50%-60%) Bait: Fly
  34. 9 points
    Lower Tunguska - Burbot Coords: somewhere in the 11m northern hole Lure: nasty worm 2.5-001
  35. 9 points
    Akhtuba-Bighead carp Spot: 126:133 Depth: 3.8 m Clip: 20-21
  36. 9 points
    Akhtuba River -- Tench Coords: 126:133 Clip: 20m Cast: S Bait: See on Gear picture Trophy Gear and Baits:
  37. 9 points
    Volkhov River -- Common Roach Coords: 71:100 Clip: 22m Cast: S Bait: Nature Caddisfly Trophy: Gear:
  38. 8 points
    Old Burg Lake - Tench | Gibel Carp Coords: 70:50 Clip: 8m Cast: NW (mostly N - in the algae) Bait: Honey Dough Checking out some of the spots from rf4spots and came across this one! It worked out great for me Trophy Tench: Gear: Groundbait: Trophy Gibel: Gear: Groundbait:
  39. 8 points
    The Amber Lake - Frame-sided carp Coords: 86:148 (E4) Clip: 25m Cast: NW
  40. 8 points
    Akthuba 89:96 clip 21 , happy hour very good
  41. 8 points
    Old Burg Lake - Bream Coords: 25:53 Depth: 15m Cast: NW Bait: Pea Porridge Groundbait: Bream Mix Amazing spot for Bream! Filled my keepnet up quickly with 1kg+ Bream (with a Grass Carp that decided to get stuck on a rock on the other side of the island <.<) Trophy: Gear: Groundbait:
  42. 8 points
    Old Burg Fish: Tench Location: 70:50 clip 7 Slightly west of North Bait: Honey dough Ground bait: Corn flour - Coco & Cream feed pellets (5/7/12) / Cheese - Corn liquor Setup:(Ignore the fish pieces)
  43. 8 points
    Not a trophy Tench, But I will accept it Clip: 6m Spot: 70:50 Old Burg Lake
  44. 8 points
    Bear Lake - Common Carp Coords: 55:31 Clip: 17m Setup + bait below:
  45. 8 points
    Lower Tunguska River - Pike Chat was complaining about Tung trolling being dead, I accepted challenge. 10 minutes later this guy got me as I was about to turn around. Coords: 171:52 [H8] Weather: Cloudy Temp: 9.5° Time: 07:30 Tackle: Spinning | Lure Rig Depth: --- Lure: Modified Dodger Crank 10-SS002 [Rage Treble F 1/0 on front - Rage Treble F 2/0 on back] Fish Gear
  46. 8 points
    Akhtuba River - Ruffe Still hunting belo spots, ran across this. Posting in case anyone needs it for trophy card. Coords: 108:64 Weather: Clear Night Temp: 26.5° Time: 22:40 Tackle: Feeder | Baitfish Clip: 30m Bait: Gudgeon Fish Gear
  47. 8 points
    Kuori - Perch Coords: 124:83 (H7) Clip: 25m Bait: Nightcrawler Fish: Gear: Location:
  48. 8 points
    Akhtuba 120:119 Clip 16, towards N/E After midnight (raining).
  49. 8 points
    I'm also trying to catch the last gift bag, been fishing for it for a long time... While trying to get it I caught some trophies, even the elusive perch Catches + setups are below, coords are known. Good luck!
  50. 8 points
    Volkhov River - River Mussel Coords: 30:87 (B6) Clip: 12M Cast: SE Bait: Redworm
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