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  1. Hi all, Can the Simmons protected head JH-301 (jighead) get snagged? In game, it states that it can be used for spin fishing through overgrowths since the protected head prevents snags. I did exactly that and got snagged. Does it only reduce the chances of getting snagged and not prevent snags altogether? Would like to hear from someone who has used this hook before. Thanks!
  2. I think the restock times are abit too long especially for low level maps like mosquito lake and winding. Being a low level player myself, i wanted to purchase cheaper size 24 hooks only to find out that they've been out of stock for almost 2 weeks now. I travelled to old burg hoping to be able to purchase them but they were also out of stock. Furthermore, i understand the frustrations of low level players to actually spend hard-earned silver just to travel to higher level maps like volkhov just for a size 24 hook. I hope this can be looked into.
  3. Do the regional weekly records have any significance, besides just having your name + catch as part of the records?
  4. Nice! Where is this? Pardon me, I'm not native to your country hence, my question. Beautiful lake
  5. Apologies if I shouldn't be starting a new thread on this but I have a few more questions on the tournament: The competition conditions says that "order does not matter". I'm assuming that refers to the fish species caught throughout the duration of the competition. So,1st fish caught can be any of the three species followed by the other 2? As for the weight evaluation, for the total number of a particular species caught (e.g. Roach), is it that only the fish closest to the target weight is taken into account for the weight difference calculation (for the respective species + weight criteria)? e.g.: Roach 1 = 50 g Roach 2 = 100 g Roach 3 = 600 g Target wt = 622 g, difference in wt based on Roach 3: 622g - 600g = 22 g "Smallest combined difference" - I'm a bit confused here. Would this mean the total weight difference obtained for the 3 species based on the individual fish weights that are closest to the target weight? e.g.: Roach 1 = 50 g Roach 2 = 100 g Roach 3 = 600 g Target wt = 622 g, difference in wt based on Roach 3: 622g - 600g = 22 g Crucian 1 = 300 g Crucian 2 = 600 g Crucian 3 = 1000 g Target wt = 1022 g, difference in wt based on Crucian 3: 1022g - 1000g = 22 g Gibel 1 = 400 g Gibel 2 = 500 g Gibel 3 = 800 g Target wt = 922g, difference in wt based on Gibel 3: 922g - 800g = 122 g Combined wt difference = 22 + 22 + 122 = 166 g .....is this how it is calculated? Thanks in advance for the clarification
  6. A few more questions: The competition conditions says that "order does not matter". I'm assuming that refers to the fish species caught throughout the duration of the competition. So,1st fish caught can be any of the three species followed by the other 2? As for the weight evaluation, for the total number of a particular species caught (e.g. Roach), is it that only the fish closest to the target weight is taken into account for the weight difference calculation (for the respective species + weight criteria)? "Smallest combined difference" - I'm a bit confused here. Would this mean the total weight difference obtained for the 3 species based on the individual fish weights that are closest to the target weight?
  7. With reference to the above tournament, is it required to post the screenshot the results of each catch indicating the location details, baits used, fish weight etc. as per other tournaments? If yes, where and when should we upload these to for subsequent evaluation? My apologies if this is a silly question as this is my first tournament participation. Thanks!
  8. I agree with Zed on this one. Especially for float tackle where new players get snagged on tree branches within arms reach. I think snags within a certain short distance from the shore should be able to be released by hand
  9. Oh ok, that's something new to me. I've hooked up mussels before in real life but I've never experienced such movements or seen them putting up such a fight for that matter. I understand they can move, although the ones I've caught react rather slowly. Then again, they could've been a different mussel species so they might've behaved differently. A poorly-verified extrapolation from my side, my bad But thanks for the clarification!
  10. Hi all, Apologies if this has been suggested previously in this forum however, if I'm not wrong, cant help but notice that on Winding Rivulet, hooked clams literally "swim" away like hooked fish. Wonder if anyone else has observed this. I think hooked clams should be programmed to remain static or not "swimming" around even if they took the bait to make it more realistic. Just a suggestion to the devs... Thanks!
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