Beta testing the latest VR Sportfishing build

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Re: Beta testing the latest VR Sportfishing build

Postby Rob G » Sat Jul 30, 2011 12:22 am

Ok got the beta open now all I can fish on is eagle and canyon the mississippi is not even a option, yet it is located in the folder any thoughts. Thanks
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Re: Beta testing the latest VR Sportfishing build

Postby reelfish074 » Sat Jul 30, 2011 12:57 am

What happens if you try to fish somewhere else?
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Re: Beta testing the latest VR Sportfishing build

Postby paul » Sat Jul 30, 2011 1:55 am

If you only see the two lakes, it sounds like you're running the free demo version. Only the full version includes the beta location.

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Re: Beta testing the latest VR Sportfishing build

Postby Rob G » Sat Jul 30, 2011 2:04 pm

That's what it says Demo I tried to get the full game to run not sure whch part I've gone stupid on. I'll unload and reload and try from the beginning again. Thanks
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Re: Beta testing the latest VR Sportfishing build

Postby Rob G » Sat Jul 30, 2011 2:33 pm

Ok had a moment of clarity and found my way in thanks for the help. will see if any issues.
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Re: Beta testing the latest VR Sportfishing build

Postby gonefishin » Sat Jul 30, 2011 4:50 pm

Anyone know where to catch a monster flathead or carp in the latest beta?
I've followed the in-game guide's advice and still haven't caught any. In fact I haven't caught any catfish or carp at all no matter what I try. But I have caught some nice walleyes.
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Re: Beta testing the latest VR Sportfishing build

Postby reelfish074 » Sat Jul 30, 2011 7:54 pm

Try aug. at mid night. No clouds and hotter then normal. take a drive over to the backwater lake near the boat ramp. Once there, cast the largest sized shiner untill you get a few flatheads.

For carp do the same thing except during day time. Use thin line and cast around with grubs.

Still not much luck for channels, I just float down the river while casting a minnow and I eventually get one.
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Re: Beta testing the latest VR Sportfishing build

Postby Rob G » Sun Jul 31, 2011 11:46 am

Ok just landed a 27.6 inch 10.7 pound flathead on shiner, up river just below one of the bridges parked next to two house boats. He was a bit of a fight
not sure I would land him, lov to post a pic but have not figured that out just yet also landed a 25.9 5.7 flathead with nightcrawler along with bass pike walleye.
Makes me long to get back out for the real thing but this nasty thing called work gets in the way. FUN. Thanks
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Re: Beta testing the latest VR Sportfishing build

Postby Rob G » Sun Jul 31, 2011 2:46 pm

Well Everybody they are in there It took about 10 minutes to land but the little tributary or whatever I'm sitting at beside the houseboats I landed a 40.6 inch 48.3 pound Flathead Cat on shiner and if I figure out the pics I will show my prize.
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Re: Beta testing the latest VR Sportfishing build

Postby reelfish074 » Sun Jul 31, 2011 6:59 pm

Rob G wrote:Well Everybody they are in there It took about 10 minutes to land but the little tributary or whatever I'm sitting at beside the houseboats I landed a 40.6 inch 48.3 pound Flathead Cat on shiner and if I figure out the pics I will show my prize.


Wow... did you take the pic with prt scrn? If so, just "paste" into a photo software and save it. From there upload it onto imageshack and copy and paste the forum code here.

That is a freaking huge flathead!
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Re: Beta testing the latest VR Sportfishing build

Postby Rob G » Sun Jul 31, 2011 9:46 pm

Here it is if I do this right.Image
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Thanks Reelfish for helping me with the pic situation.
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Re: Beta testing the latest VR Sportfishing build

Postby reelfish074 » Mon Aug 01, 2011 1:40 am

That is a huge flathead! Nice catch!
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Re: Beta testing the latest VR Sportfishing build

Postby gonefishin » Mon Aug 01, 2011 3:10 am

Nice flathead!
I'm heading to that spot now. I've fished shiners and nighcrawlers in the main channels and backwaters day and night, with no luck. I'm going to try changing rod/reel combos and tactics.
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Re: Beta testing the latest VR Sportfishing build

Postby reelfish074 » Mon Aug 01, 2011 7:12 pm

What rod do you use? i use the lergest and second largest rods and drag a freaking huge shiner across the bottom very slowly.
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Re: Beta testing the latest VR Sportfishing build

Postby Rob G » Mon Aug 01, 2011 11:31 pm

It was a heavy spinning rod 20lb test with a 6 inch shiner. I parked crossways at the back dock of the second house boat to work up and down the canal.
I was looking up the river at the Bridge and cast right in the middle and let it lay for a bit started to reel in when he hit. There's a lot of bass and pike hanging around to. Bass are more towards the Mouth but still there, the only kicker to this is I did not get any money for him but I guess in the VR world
maybe one heck of a big dinner.
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Not quite as impressive but there are some big ones up this part of the river. I'm not trying to show off but I am impressed how I can hold that much
fish in mid air.
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