Hay Day - Fishing with Angus

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  1. pikandut

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    Hi everyone...
    Since many of us still need detail information on how we catch certain kind of fish,
    Please share your experience here regarding the fishing methods, the circle theory, etc.

    For every new fish you catch, please describe it like below:

    Name fo the fish - weight of the fish (bronze, silver, gold) - what page *I found scrapbook page in ipad and iphone is different, so give note about it.
    Colour of the lure - inner circle size (small, medium, big), other info (escape often, lazy, crazy movement, etc)
    Then, insert the pic of the fish, so it will be easy to understand which kind of fish it is, and to show how beautiful their face are! :D

    Happy fishingngngng !!!
     
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    Ok this is the list of the fish, but the info still not complete, collections from tissa, pika, bbcakes, laura, manda, FF, and all, i think chumleyboo made a better list than mine. But anyway here's for now.


    - copper redhorse : worm, large circle
    Laura and me caught golden copper redhorse at waterlily area
    Manda caught the golden one at the spot in front of the hut

    - roach : green lure, large circle

    - coho salmon : GREEN/ purple lure, small circle, waterlily area (silver)

    - yellow perch: GREEN/ gold lure, medium circle, shipwreck area(bronze)

    - fall fish : blue lure, small circle

    - salmon : BLUE/ purple lure, small circle, stream(bronze)

    - bluegill : blue/gold lure, medium circle, rocky 2 (silver)

    - rainbow fish : purple/GREEN lure, medium circle
    rocky fishing area (far corner left)(golden)
    Shallow water area barrel (silver)
    rocky 1 (stream), rocky 2 (far corner left), deep water 1 (shipwreck), all bronze

    - blue spotted sunfish : purple/ blue lure,???

    - bitterling : Purple lure + smallest circle + shipwreck area (silver)

    - asp : purple/ gold lure, ???

    - golden trout : gold lure, small circle, waterfall area(bronze), hard to catch

    - huchen : worm, large circle

    - shadow bass : green/PURPLE lure, large circle

    - northern pike : GREEN/ gold lure, large circle

    - rainbow smelt : blue lure, small circle, waterfall area(golden)

    - spotted sunfish : purple/ GREEN lure, medium circle, waterfall (bronze)
    Stream, shallow 1 dock (silver)
    reed 2 (water lily) golden

    - Sauger : PURPLE/ blue lure, medium circle, waterfall, hut

    - arctic charr : PURPLE/ gold lure, medium circle, waterlily area

    - rudd : GREEN/ gold lure, small circle, rocky, reef, and deep water area

    - yellow bass : gold/BLUE lure, small circle, rocky area beside the waterfall and shallow water (bronze)
    deep water fishing area (shipwreck)(golden), waterfall (golden)
    Silver weight Yellow Bass - Rocky Area 1 / where river meets lake

    - greater redhorse : gold/ PURPLE lure, small circle, deep water spot (shipwreck place) bronze
    deep water fishing spot (left to the shipwreck area) using gold lure (silver),
    reed fishing area (waterfall) using gold lure (bronze size)

    - speckled dace : Gold lure+shipwreck area+very small circle and extremely hard to catch

    - large mouth bass : green lure, large circle, deep water

    - brook trout : green/ blue lure, small circle, rocky area( stream)

    - grass carp : GREEN/purple lure, small circle, waterlily spot (silver)

    - green sunfish : green/ gold lure, big circle, rocky fishing area (stream)

    - northern studfish : blue/ GREEN lure, medium circle, deep water beside shipwreck area(golden)

    - striped bass : blue lure, medium circle, waterlily, bronze

    - longear sunfish : purple lure, ???
     
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  3. skimonkey

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    I thought that Manolito was going to do the new Fishing Thread? Is this different than what he had in mind--just wondering to avoid duplicate threads here.

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    Will discuss with Manolito on what he had in mind. I start this thread because of his request. Thank you Ski!
     
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    Thanks for the thread and info guys.

    These are the inky ones I've noted - I only just began to record them..

    Hay Day Fishing --

    Greater Redhorse / pink lure / small circle / bronze weight / in front of fishing hut

    Yellow Bass / gold lure / small circle / silver weight / rocky 1 - where river meets lake

    Striped Bass / blue lure / medium circle / silver weight / reedy waterfall area

    Copper Redhorse /red worm / large circle / bronze weight / deep water 1 (shipwreck)

    Bluegill / blue lure / medium circle / silver weight / rocky 2 - next to fountain area

    Copper Redhorse / red worm / large circle / gold weight / water lilies

    Rudd / gold lure / small circle / bronze weight / water lilies

    Bluegill / blue lure / medium circle / bronze weight / deep water 1 (shipwreck)

    Arctic Charr / gold lure / medium circle / bronze weight / deep water 2

    I'll add pics of my album too..

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    Can somebody put Tissa pictures about the fishing spot, cause some of the data have rocky 1,2, shallow 1,2, i think its easier if we can put the pictures here.
     
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    Here are Isabella's pictures :D

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    Thanks Laura;)
     
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    I'd like to ensure that Manolito has given his input with this, since he has brought this to our attention first. I understand that Chumleyboo was also going to assist Manolito with composing this thread.


    Let's make sure that all ideas here are mutually agreed upon to make this a valuable game thread for players.

    Thanks,
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    Should I delete my posts then, or??

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    Hi Sapphire...no, keep your post. Your post adds to the discussion and can be useful for everybody! :)

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    Hi everyone, can we hold off on this for a bit please? Manolito has put a lot of work in to writing an introduction to a fishing thread, and has a very good idea of how the thread can be organised in a way that will make it easy for everyone to access and to add information to it. I have offered to help and we are both in discussion with Ski to get advice on how to set it up.

    I have a lot of data from Gxies and Isabellatissa, which I am putting together and formatting in a standardised way. I am working on this today. If I understand it correctly, the idea is that there will be an introduction to fishing, and a post which will contain all the information about fish, where to catch them, what lure was used, what size, whether active or not, etc. This post will be added to each time someone has new information about a fish. The thread can also include general discussion about fish, sharing tips and advice etc.

    If you want to see an example of how the thread could look, please search for the Dragonvale Breeding thread. I thought that we could order the fish alphabetically, as this would probably be the easiest way for people to find them. When I've put the data together, I'll post a sample, so that you can give feedback on it.

    Edit: here's the link to the thread mentioned above: http://www.ipadforums.net/dragonvale-forum/96152-all-one-breeding-guide.html[/QUOTE]

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    Hi Laura :). i'll add your data to Gxies' and Isabellatissa's.

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    Hi everyone, I have put all of the data compiled by Gixies, Isabellatissa, Laura, and others that I have copied and pasted from the discussion thread into a Word document, using Isabellatissa's naming convention of the areas. Here is a sample for your feedback:

    Northern studfish, bronze
    Blue lure, medium circle, deep 1
    Northern studfish, gold
    Green lure, medium circle, deep 2, active


    Rainbow fish, bronze
    Green lure, medium circle, rocky 1
    Green lure, medium circle, rocky 2
    Green lure, medium circle, deep water 1, active
    Rainbow fish, silver
    Green lure, medium circle, shallow 2, active
    Rainbow fish, gold
    Green lure, medium circle, rocky 2
    Purple lure, medium circle, rocky 2


     
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    We can also make it pretty and add some color to it for some of the titles if you like!
     
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