Rapala Pro Bass Fishing Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ** A fishing simulation game where players compete as a live TV event across North America. More time consuming than difficult, with only a few challenging trophies.
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Rapala Pro Bass Fishing
Rapala Pro Bass Fishing is a fishing simulation game, in which players catch a variety of fish using various lures and techniques in different freshwater lakes across North America. The game includes a Free Fishing mode for completing specific challenges, as well as a Tournament Mode where players compete against other fishermen and fisherwomen, while the event is presented as a live TV event with announcers providing updates and competitive leader boards. The game is compatible with the PlayStation Move controller.
Rapala Pro Bass Fishing received lukewarm reviews, with an average score of 62%, praised for its graphics and detail, but criticized for its repetition.
While some of the challenges can be pretty tough at times, the majority of the trophies are quire easy to unlock. However, where the game lacks in required skill, it makes up for in time, hence the 2-star rating.
Expect anywhere between 30-40 hours of grinding, depending on your luck and whether or not you're following a guide.
You'll first want to play through and complete the Tournament Mode, while unlocking all its respected trophies. Most of the trophies will bling naturally as you progress through, but there's a couple you should watch out for. Friendly Angler requires you to finish the Rookie Season with less than 3 penalty points. Also, Good Sportsmanship requires you to complete all the seasons with zero penalty points. However, as long as you're not completely careless, it's easy to unlock these two trophies. Just make sure you don't ram your boat into another competitor, or mess up their fishing. And even then, you'll usually receive a warning before any penalties.
Also, you can be working towards the Lure Master trophy from the get-go, which requires you to catch at least one fish with each lure. See the checklist under our Links tab to help you with this.
Once you're done with the Tournament Mode, it's time to move onto Free Fishing, in which you'll be working through challenges. Ideally, you'll be working towards the Master Challenger gold trophy, for completing all the challenges. This is where the game can get a bit tricky, but with patience and one of the guides under our Links tab, it shouldn't give you too much trouble.
Finally, just mop-up anything you're still missing.
Cauchy has a great Trophy Guide here:
A detailed Trophy Guide by trophybot:
A useful Trophy Guide by bmj14772:
A useful Monster Fish Guide by Cauchy:
And a Lure Checklist, also by Cauchy:
Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: