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Fishing Sim World Jigs Are Not Topwater

Discussion in 'Troubleshooting and Support' started by dbasshooker, Jan 18, 2021.

  1. dbasshooker

    dbasshooker Member

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    Need to change the JIGS in the game to sink. They are not top water lures! They are supposed to sink to bottom. This is on PC and Xbox One, fishing for bass from boat and I’d bet it’s also on PS. Please fix the JIGS so they sink like they are supposed to, just like the worms. Thank You!
     
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  2. DTG Clarkey

    DTG Clarkey Staff Member

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    Hi dbasshooker, thank you for flagging this. The team has been made aware.
     
  3. dbasshooker

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    Thanks for replying and I hope they fix this.
     
  4. dbasshooker

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    Been 6 months since posting Jigs wont sink and this still has not been fixed!
     
  5. dbasshooker

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    Still not fixed since January post, Wow!
     
  6. DTG Benjamin

    DTG Benjamin Staff Member

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    Hi,

    We have been very clear in our messaging since the announcement of Bassmaster Fishing 2022.

    We are a small team here at Dovetail Games, last year we worked hard on gathering up a lot of player feedback to better understand what players want changed, added, improved, etc. Rather than split the already small team up to work across multiple games, a decision was taken to focus all our efforts into creating a new game - Bassmaster Fishing 2022 – which takes on as much of the feedback we’ve been collecting as possible, and offers a fresh new experience for our Fishing community which we very much hope you’ll enjoy.

    Thanks,

    Benjamin
     

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