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Goregrinder

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  1. Interesting! I know that it was absolutely not the case in the past, so it's something very good to know now! Thanks to you all for those interesting informations!
  2. Hi man! As far as I know (I don't know if it has changed), if you catch fishes at the map A and try to sell at the map B, the value of the fishes will be still the same as the map A. The fishes are linked to the map where they've been caught. Can a moderator confirm this please?
  3. Nice mate, but don't forget to tell us what map it is .
  4. Don't worry about your english, it's very good! And your guide is very well made. Good work man!
  5. Hi BasJ, JaggedRiz was right about the spot, I've seen a trophy ide at this place on the russian forum. It was caught with cornmeal porridge, but it will take something else if you don't have it yet. Just persist!
  6. Don't forget the halibut boilies, they're a good choice too for ides.
  7. Hi mate! As far as I know, when I was still trying to get the last gift at the chrismas event spot, I got several good ides (from 1.5kg to 2.5kg), particularly at night (trophy ides are mostly caught during the night), with redworms and telescopic rods. Maybe you could try at this place, but with more appropriate rig (bottom fishing) and more appropriate baits (pea porridge etc...).
  8. Hey man, Have you gone forward in your big kettlebell's chase?
  9. Hi all! As I invested in premium for 3 months, I decided to craft lures to 100%. As many people complained, it costs an arm (and even an eye). I'm not here to talk about how much it costs, but more about the process itself. I think hooks should not be used in the lure crafting process, particularly for wobblers/jerkbaits/poppers (everything that requires 2 hooks). I understand they can be needed for spinners (1 hook), as they are not practical to be put/removed IRL (gripper needed). But it's easier for wobblers etc... as hooks are attached to the lure with split rings (even for spoons, hooks are attached to them with split rings too). I didn't want to buy tons of hooks, so I passed a lot of time removing them from newly crafted lures just in order to continue the skill's upgrading, and it was super annoying. I think hooks are absolutely not necessary for wobblers (etc...) crafting. So the idea would be just to remove hooks for those categories of lures (2 hooks). If there's an economical side that has to be kept about this, hooks could be replaced by split rings. Thanks for attention ^^.
  10. Hi all! Specie: Lake Trout Map: Kuori Lake Method: trolling Setup Weather: a bit cloudy
  11. I understand better, and agree with this .
  12. Hi all! Finally got the frog!!! Specie: Frog Map: Mosquito Lake Coords: 72.78 F5 Setup (depth 28cm) Weather: a bit cloudy
  13. I don't know if bite alarms would work well during trolling, as there's much vibration and tension on the line and rod (there would be tons of false bite signals). And irl, no one uses bite alarms for lure/float fishing .
  14. In fact, I tried to move along the rocks and fell in the water. Then I was teleported to the base, came back to the bridge and fell a second time. But I'm pretty sure a relog would have fixed this bug (it was very late so I didn't try).
  15. Hi all! I passed through the bridge at Ladoga Lake, just simply running, twice in a row.
  16. 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.
  17. Yes, only for feeder/picker/carp rods.
  18. Hey man, you still can try at the chrismas gift spot, tons of roaches, nice chinese sleepers, some good perches and white breams, some ides and common breams at night, crucian carps, ruffes, perches. I got trophy roaches/crucians/ruffes/white breams and chinese sleepers on this spot.
  19. Hi all! I wanted to know if a 18kg+ pike can spool this setup: I've been spooled by a very fast and strong fish at Sura, but it did not seem very heavy. So I wanted to know if a huge pike is able to do this. I hesitate with russian sturgeon, because it didn't feel very heavy, and was super fast. (I doubt a bit about the super pike, but who knows? )
  20. Happy New Year to everyone!!! A big thanks to devs and the forum's team for this amazing fishing sim! As addictive as real fishing! The same frustration/reward ratio , and this makes RF4 so unique! I wish the best for you all!
  21. Go to https://rf4game.com/ and log in, you will see it.
  22. It's a free coupon for the taxidermist, if you want to put a trophy on the walls of your house.
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