NICE!! Gotta find them tigers bud!! One little thing though about your model. The bottom picture is more of what a toger muskie looks like, with deep striping and more reddish fins. You might say a tiger muskie is almost a light green/yellow and white with dark green to black stripes and reddish fins. I'll try to find a better pic for ya, buddy.
Well, at the moment the only rare species is the blue pike, and those can be added anywhere we put walleye, but only like one just to show that they are rare.
Tiger muskies and pumpkinseeds, well pumpkinseeds are found all over the place, seemingly in every waterway around here in the Northeast. Tiger Muskies, we have a great population of them in Bear Lake, Chatauqua Lake, the upper Niagara River and Lake Erie, to name a few. Basically, tigers can be found where both muskies and northern pike are available and inhabit the same waters, as tigers are hybrids between the two. Bear Lake has a very large population of tiger muskies. I personally love fishing there.
Ok, more ideas needed!! Are there any species you'd personally like to have and create, Stanley? I wish I knew more about the aquatic life over in Asia and its surroundings. Maybe that's something you can help with?