Sega Bass Fishing

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Sega Bass Fishing

Postby rico001 » Tue Mar 08, 2011 4:47 pm

Has anyone beat 11lb 9 ounces, I got that twice or higher, once after using a popper on the second stage of arcade mode.
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Re: Sega Bass Fishing

Postby ccgr » Wed Mar 09, 2011 3:52 pm

I only caught a 4LB large mouth bass in real life

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Re: Sega Bass Fishing

Postby rico001 » Thu Mar 10, 2011 1:06 am

Cool! according to the game that's an average size and not a small one.
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Re: Sega Bass Fishing

Postby FamilyFriendlyGaming » Thu Mar 10, 2011 1:30 pm

Our Wii memory got wiped out, so I can't find out exactly. I do remember one in double digits before. Just not sure if it was 10, 11, or 12. I want to say it was a 10 pounder.

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Re: Sega Bass Fishing

Postby ccgr » Thu Mar 10, 2011 4:58 pm

How did your wii memory get wiped? Was it in for service?

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Re: Sega Bass Fishing

Postby FamilyFriendlyGaming » Fri Mar 11, 2011 1:43 pm

How did your wii memory get wiped? Was it in for service?
Not really sure. It would not boot up one day with an error. Looked it up on Nintendo's site, and it had to go in for repairs. I raised a little stink that this is the third thing to break on the Wii, and Nintendo normally makes good machines. They actually waived the repair fee.

The disc drive broke a few years back, and the top (Gamecube slot) little cover broke as well. We never got that little cover fixed, but paid the 85 dollars for the disc drive to get fixed. If I was going to have to pay for another repair on an old machine, I was going to buy a new one. So they fixed something with the memory and mailed it back at no cost.

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Re: Sega Bass Fishing

Postby ccgr » Fri Mar 11, 2011 4:05 pm

Wow. (knocking on wood) We haven't had any issues with ours...

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Re: Sega Bass Fishing

Postby FamilyFriendlyGaming » Sat Mar 12, 2011 2:31 am

Wow. (knocking on wood) We haven't had any issues with ours...
We have an 8-bit NES, Super NES, Virtual Boy, Gameboy, GBC, GBA, DS, DS lite, DSi, and Gamecube. No problems with any of them. Evar! But this Wii has been a problem. Now maybe the Wii has gotten a lot more use than any of the others.

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Re: Sega Bass Fishing

Postby bennythecomputer » Wed Jan 08, 2014 4:21 am

LOLOLOL

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Re: Sega Bass Fishing

Postby GreenlanternD » Fri Jun 10, 2016 10:20 pm

Played it before not really good at it and didn't really like it.

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Re: Sega Bass Fishing

Postby JesusIsLord713 » Mon Jun 13, 2016 12:43 pm

I've got the game, it's alright, but my friend really likes the game. I don't remember the largest size I've gotten, but if you ever want big fish, just head to the castle area, it's filled with practically nothing than huge fish (according to the game).

I've had problems with my Wii as well, I have 3 Wiis and that's because the previous 2 became unable to read any discs (disc drive was probably broken). My latest Wii is the longest working one, although it has minor problems with a couple discs. In this game that this topic covers the Wii can't seem to read 2 of the areas you can fish in, but can read everything else. The other is a GameCube game called Paper Mario the Thousand Year Door, which has an extreme struggle reading, but it can still read it. I think it's just the disc itself that's the problem, not the Wii.

Just like you I've never had any problems with any other Consoles and Handheld Consoles. Though 2 of them are kinda new so that might have an affect.
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