This page contains Bass Landing Hints for Playstation called "Various Cheats and Hints" and has been posted or updated on Aug 21, 2008 by princess101. Let us know what you think of this Hint by thumbs voting.
- Developer: Tose
- Publisher: Agetec Inc.
- Genre: Sports
- Release: Sep 7, 2000
- ESRB: Everyone
Various Cheats and Hints
Free a stuck lure
Press x + circle to free your stuck lure. Or, if you have the Bass Landing controller hit the button on the bottom.
Move without wasting time
To move without wasting time just hit the start button and go to the Lake opition on the Menu screen. Select move and postion the cursor where you want your boat to be. When you exit out of the screens you will be at the new spot you picked and time should be the same as when you paused the game.
Hint: You should have a general idea of the Lake before you use this command. My advice is to play the lakes in Free Fishing and get an Idea of where the hot spots on the lakes are.
Catch Bigger Fish in Free Fishing
In free fishing mode and select lunker lake. Then pick set up enviroment. For pressure go to none, season 4 mid- 6 mid or 8mid-10mid,Weather Yesterday cloudy/sunny, Weather Today cloudy/sunny,Wind direct east, Wind speed 0.0-1.0, water temp 60-70, water clear, time 6:00-8:00 or 15:30-17:30,time lapsed none, best lures popper or spinner bait hint: the fish like hiding i weeds. Sometimes the best place to fish is the first set of sticks.
Mirror Lake is the place for great Carp fishing, as well as almost all species in the Lake. I have caught in three weeks all the fish species, but the Lake Biwa Trout. Tips: Lake Mirror always fish the bushes that run a short distance along the shore, and fish each one over and over. Cast way to the back of these bushes for some of the largest fish, but anywhere in these bushes you will catch almost every species in that lake. The second spot I will fish is weedbeds, but these are the only two areas I will fish. My BigHead was 17.52lb.. I basically only use one lure to catch every species, and that is the Curly tail worm with no sinker rig in appearance color. I use 20 lb. line, and fish in cloudy/ rain the day before and the day I fish. The BigHead was caught in the beginning of month 6 at 17:18. The Silver and other regular Carp was the same setups as the BigHead, but could also be caught 5 beginning to 6 end. All were caught on the same lure, and continually casting into the section of bushes that cover parts of the shoreline of Mirror Lake. Experiment by casting into all the sections of those bushes over, and over. This type of spot is the hotest for catching all species in the lake with the Curly tail worm with no weight. The hit usually comes on the fall of the lure, but once it hits bottom move it a few feet, and stop to let it sink till you get out of the bushes. This lure set up works on every species for each lake. When going after Trout I hit the weedbeds also. I do lower the tempeture down to the 40-55 degrees, which then catches the cold water species of Bass you might be after. Catfish I have caught a lot of them in the bushes, and weedbeds of most lakes, along with the number of Snake Head I have caught. So my overall tip fish the bush line of the shore over and over with the Curly tail worm with no weight during the 5th and 6th month. Weedbeds will also give you some nice fish, as a second option. Any tips on the last fish I need Lake Biwa Trout would be appriciated. As I said fishing as I suggested I caught in three weeks every species, and many of the harder ones several times. Except the Big Head, as only one of them so far. I hope this helps anyone fishing this game that I find as one of the most realistic of all that I own, and that is nearly all that PS 1 and 2 have made. Thanks, Michael
Any questions: CRAMERMICHAEL8@aol.com
submitted by: Michael
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