Anyone else finding this game very stale now? I loved the potential this game had but limitations with tackle customization and bait selection, lack of immersive play, and no ability to make your own venue has made me go off this really quick. I mean honestly, who fishes with a luminous green plastic maggot on a size 6 hook in real life and spends hours and hours getting to level 15 for absolutely no reward..? They could have done so much more by making the game mechanics simpler and by adding a more immersive RP type approach to progression. Instead we seem to spend forever leveling up for no reason, as above, the tackle load outs are unrealistic and very limited. Considering you guys got Korda on board for the launch you could've used a lot more of their gear and advice as selections for tackle and bait instead of the nonsense stuff that we find in the tackle box selection. The multi player mode seems to be pointless or am I missing something? The release content is waaaaaay way way too slow! You've been promising the urban venue since last year yet its gone very very quiet and without the ability to edit and create our own maps, there seems little point in playing anymore. I'm so disappointed, as the fishing simulator genre very badly needs a decent replacement for Fishsim 2 by JC Spooner (circa 2000..) but as yet I've not found one. That's 17 years of decent fishing game void..! My suggestion Dovetail, pair back the overly engineered and system resource thirsty graphics and fish behaviours etc. Make the game perform better with a much simpler design. Introduce a better multiplayer/RP system that immerses the player with "quest" type progression over longer periods with meaningful rewards for levelling up and make a meaningful competition with other players. But, most importantly, above all else, please please please let people edit their own venues so that we have a means of keeping the game alive and vibrant. 5 same old venues has become very dull indeed. I want to love this game so much, but I just can't anymore. No doubt by the time you release the "urban venue" your fan base will have long gone. So close guys.