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Going For Target Fish

Discussion in 'Xbox One' started by Donkey, Jul 3, 2016.

  1. Donkey

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    If anyone one is interested in going for target fish roach,tench,etc. Add me on xbox (Apex Donkey). It's not always about the biggest fish in the lake.
     
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  2. MrCrabtree

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    I often go float fishing for roach, trouble is my 3lb line gets snapped by almost any other fish that takes it...still nice to go stalking with the float, makes a change from just sitting there waiting for the alarm to go off
     
  3. onimod13

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    I no longer stay at a peg and just stalk wherever i go due to the amount of lost fish as it snaps line 2 or 3 near instant no matter what line tension i have (i have mostly been using the 25 line as hunting the big boss fish)
     
  4. Killer40NL

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    Ty for your tips about the more little targets :). But sneaky managed in our little session to catch 2 bosses quickly :)
     

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  5. Donkey

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    Lol nice catches.
     
  6. Killer40NL

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    ty :)

    But caught mowgally again after that. It's a great Cat but i guess boss fishes are almost allways at the same location? This Catfish begins to follow me :P I catch this Cat and also Wedge every time at the same place.
     

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