rwwalleye wrote:Hi charly1954,
I'm from Indiana, Monticello (Indiana Beach area). Do some flyfishing for bass, white bass, gills, wipers and walleyes with flyrod and spinning gear. If you flyfish for bluegills you can definitely play RWFF. When fishing yes you do stay in one place. With real world flyfishing there are so many extras to go along with it. Numerous add on outings from all over the world, numerous fish to catch in all sizes over 300 right now. If you check the RWFF Clubhouse and the forum you will see all the extra's there are and it's all free. Paul, the game creator made it where you can make your own outings, create your own fish, tie your own flies and made it where other members could post their creations on the forum for other members to enjoy. If you read the articles under VFFL listings on the forum (which was just created recently you will see that there is a Christmas tournament going on right now. In 2013 we will have at least 6 tournaments for the year. Prizes will be awarded to the winners. All of this is explained in the forum. All the rules are there. It's free when you buy the game, no catches. After you buy the game all the add-ons are free for the taking. Come join us, there are people from all over the world that play and communicate with each other and if you have any problems with the game no matter what, you post on the forum your problem and there is always someone more then willing to help. I've been fishing for the last 2 years and even had a few members create some fish and outings for me from around my area, you can't beat that. A whole new worl is open when you join us. There is a trial for RWFF on the Pishtech site that you can try and see if you like the game or not. Try it and you may be hooked. I hope this answers som of your questions. If you decide to join us and want to get in on the tournaments e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and just give your name and where you live and say you want to register and that's it, plain and simple. Anymore questions don't hesitate to ask.
P.S. By the way those are beautiful ice jigs, well done.
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