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Format / System: Faceook Online Game (FB Game)
Quick Description:Have fun fishing in gorgeous locations with your buddies. Use equipment of your choosing and select various lures and baits. Reel in loads of fish and enter into quests around the map in an attempt to beat records. Become a pro fisherman with Go fishing by Go Games on Facebook! Go Fishing is a game found on the Faceook Online gaming platform. It may also be available for other gaming systems, in various online browser based formats or for mobile devices and tablets. If you can't see the game help you need then please make a one click request here or ask other players questions about this game on our message board.

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Go Fishing Cheats, Tips and Secrets
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Help Getting the Deep Water Treasure Chest
The Treasure chest isn't anything special really: 100 coins and a single pearl is all I got in mine. To get it just keep fishing in the deep water with the help of a fish finder. The treasure chest will eventually and randomly show up on the finder. It helps if you buy a jacket or coat before going to deep water. This will help you cope with the cold and you'll lose energy.
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UPDATED FISHING LOCATION/BAIT GUIDE
This Go Fishing guide lists the location of where 61 of the fish are located and the type of bait needed to catch them. Use this list to help determine the types of bait to use. This will give you an edge over your opponents inside the tournaments. By winning tournaments, you can buy yourself stronger tackle and win even more tornaments. Enjoy!
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Fish name: Atlantic salmon - Location(s): Nessie Bank. Bait: Smelts.

Fish name: Atlantic Sturgeon - Location(s): Urquhart Castle, Greenland, Nessie Bank. Bait: Minnows, Smelts.

Fish name: Amur Sturgeon - Location(s): Wild Coast, Holy Water, Greenland. Bait: Dragon Flies, Minnows, Smelts, Larvae, Worms, Small Fish.

Fish name: Arctic Char - Location(s): Lonely Tree, Wild Coast , Quiet Corner, Nessie Bank, Deep Water. Bait: Salmon Eggs, Smelts, Cut Bait, Small Fish.

Fish name: Big Head Carp - Location(s): Wild Coast, Holy Water, Greenland. Bait: Tadpole, Midges.

Fish name: Bream  - Location(s): Wild Coast, Greenland. Bait: Frogs, Corn.

Fish name: Brown Trout - Location(s): Silent Trees, Nessie Bank, Urquhart Castle, Deep Water. Bait: Frog, Minnows, Carp Boilies, Dragonflies, Worms, Corn, Small Fish.

Fish name: Bullhead  - Location(s): Silent Trees . Bait: Minnows.

Fish name: Catfish  - Location(s): Wild Coast, Lonely Tree, Greenland, Deep Water. Bait: Dragonflies, Smelts, Small Fish, worms.

Fish name: Chinook Salmon  - Location(s): Quiet Corner, Wild Coast, Lonely Tree, Cold Spot, Holy Water. Bait: Salmon Boilies, Small Fish, Cut Bait, Smelts, Clams.


Fish name: Chum Salmon - Location(s): Wild Coast, Quiet Corner, Cold Spot. Bait: Small fish, Salmon Boilies, Smelts.

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Fish name: Cobia  - Location(s): Shipwrecks, Shallow waters . Bait: Small fish.

Fish name: Coho Salmon - Location(s): Wild Coast, Silent Trees, Greenland, Lonely Tree, Cold Spot . Bait: Craw fish, Salmon Boilies, Salmon Eggs, Smelts, Scuds.

Fish name: Common Carp - Location(s): Nessie Bank. Bait: Bread, Worms, Corn.

Fish name: Dace  - Location(s): Uruhart Castle. Bait: Worms, Corn.

Fish name: Dolly Varden Trout - Location(s): Lonely Tree. Bait: Salmon Eggs.

Fish name: European Perch - Location(s): Nessie Bank, Deep Water, Uruhart Castle. Bait: Carp Boilies, Small Fish, Larvae.

Fish name: Ferox Trout - Location(s): Urquhart Castle, Nessie Bank, Deep waters. Bait: Minnows, Worms, Cut Bait.

Fish name: Grass Carp - Location(s): Wild Coast, Green Land. Bait: Dragonflies, Frogs, Corn, Worms.

Fish name: Grayling  - Location(s): Lonely Tree, Wild Coast, Cold Spot. Bait: Worms, Larvae, Dragonflies.


Fish name: Jack Crevale  - Location(s): Shallow waters. Bait: Small fish.

Fish name: Kaluga  - Location(s): Wild Coast, Green Land, Holy Water. Bait: Cut Bait.

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Fish name: Largemouth  - Location(s): Silent Trees, Open Water. Bait: Craw fish, Frogs, Pet Food, Worms, Bass Bollies.

Fish name: Lake Sturgeon - Location(s): Silent Trees, Open Water, Lighthouse. Bait: Worms, Minnows, Clams.

Fish name: Lake Trout - Location(s): Silent Trees, Lighthouse. Bait: Frog, Cut Bait, Minnows, Frogs.


Fish name: Legendary fish at Kenai river, Unique old catfish - Location(s): Lonely tree (Hook and line 100+). Bait: Catfish Bollies, Cut Bait.

Fish name: Lenok - Location(s): Wild Coast,Holy Water, Lonely Tree. Bait: Salmon Boiliess, Salmon Eggs, Dragonflies.

Fish name: Lingcod  - Location(s): Quiet Corner, Lonely Tree, Wild Coast, Cold Spot. Bait: Minnows, Smelts, Small Fish, Fruit Flies, Midges, Tadpoles, Dragon Flies.

Fish name: Northern Pike - Location(s): Silent Trees, Lonely Tree, Urquhart Castle, Nessie Bank, Still Water, Holly Water, Wild Coast, Open water. Bait: Crawfish, Frogs, Dragon Flies, Carp Boilies, Minnows, Fruit Flies, Midges.

Fish name: Pan fish - Location(s): Silent Trees. Bait: Frog.

Fish name: Pink Salmon - Location(s): Lonely Tree, Cold Spot. Bait: Minnows, Smelts.

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Fish name: Rainbow Trout - Location(s): Silent Trees, Lonely Tree, Cold Spot, Uruhart Castle. Bait: Salmon eggs, Frog, Corn, Cut Bait.

Fish name: Red Snapper - Location(s): Deep Sea. Bait: cut bait.

Fish name: Roach  - Location(s): Silent Trees. Bait: Pet food, Bread.

Fish name: Rudd  - Location(s): Nessie Bank. Bait: Corn.


Fish name: Siberian Salmon - Location(s): Wild Coast, Cold Spot. Bait: Salmon Boilies, Smelts.

Fish name: Small mouth - Location(s): Silent Trees. Bait: Crawfish, Frogs, Pet Food; Open Water - Worms, Pet Food.

Fish name: Steel Head  - Location(s): Quiet Corner, Lonely Tree, Wild Coast, Cold Spot, Open Water . Bait: Corn, Smelts, Salmon Eggs, Fruit Flies, Crawfish.

Fish name: Sockey Salmon - Location(s): Green Land, Cold Spot. Bait: Dragonflies, Salmon Boilies, Smelts - Tarpon- Shallow waters - Small fish.

Fish name: Three-spined Stickleback - Location(s): Nessie Bank. Bait: Larvae.

Fish name: Trophy Monster Fish - Location(s): Unknown. Bait: Unknown.

Fish name: Wahoo  - Location(s): Reefs, Shipwrecks. Bait: Cut bait.

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Fish name: Walleye  - Location(s): Silent Trees . Bait: Frog, Minnow.


Fish name: White Fish - Location(s): Silent Trees. Bait: Frog, Pet Food, Larvae.

Fish name: Yellow Cheek - Location(s): Wild Coast, Greenland, Holy Water. Bait: Dragonflies, Frogs, Corn, Midges, Cut Bait.

Fish name: Yellow Perch - Location(s): Silent Trees, Still Water. Bait: Frog, Minnow, larve. Open Water - Worms, Bass Boilies.

Fish name: Amber jacks - Location(s): Shallow waters, Reefs, Shipwrecks. Bait: Small fish, Cut bait , Dragon Flies, Frogs, Tadpoles, Fruit flies.

Fish name: Barracudas  - Location(s): Shallow waters, Reefs, Deep sea. Bait: Small fish, Cut bait, Smelts, Tadpoles.

Fish name: Black Grouper - Location(s): Shallow waters, Shipwrecks. Bait: Scuds, Cut bait, Smelts, Shrimps, Tadpoles, Frogs, Worms, Small fish.

Fish name: Bull Shark - Location(s): Shipwrecks, Deep sea. Bait: Cut bait, Small Fish


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Fish name: Cobia  - Location(s): Shipwrecks, Shallow waters, Reefs, Deep sea. Bait: Small fish,frogs Cut bait, Fruit Flies, Crawfish, Tadpoles, Midgets.

Fish name: Dolphin Fish - Location(s): Deep Sea, Ship Wreck. Bait: Cut bait.

Fish name: Jack Crevale  - Location(s): Shallow waters, Reefs. Bait: Small fish, Scuds, Cut bait, Clams, Shrimps.

Fish name: King Mackerel  - Location(s): Shallow waters, Reefs. Bait: Small fish, Cut bait, Scuds , Fruit flies, Clams, Midgets, Tadpoles, Frogs, Worms, Larvae.

Fish name: Lemon shark - Location(s): Shallow waters, Reefs, Deep Sea, Shipwrecks. Bait: Minnows, Small fish, Cut bait , Clams, Tadpoles.

Fish name: Permit  - Location(s): Shallow waters, Shipwrecks. Bait: Small fish, Scuds, Shrimps, Cut bait, Crawfish.


Fish name: Red Snapper - Location(s): Deep Sea. Bait: Salmon Eggs, Larvae.

Fish name: Tarpon - Location(s): Shallow waters. Bait: Small fish, Cut bait, Shrimps, Scuds.

Fish name: Tiger Shark - Location(s): Shipwrecks. Bait: Cut bait, Clams.

Fish name: Wahoo - Location(s): Reefs, Deep sea, Shipwrecks. Bait: Larvae, Cut Bait, Fruit flies, Crawfish, Tadpoles, Midgets.

Fish name: White Marlin - Location(s): Reefs , Deep sea, Shipwrecks. Bait: Cut Bait , Clams, Small fish, Crawfish.

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Lake Victoria
Nile Tilapia > The Source of Nile > 15kg rod, 10kg line, 5kg hook > Corn, Fruit flies, Midges
Redbelly Tilapia > The Source of Nile > 15kg rod, 10kg line, 5kg hook > Midges
African Longfile Een > The source of Nile  > Fruit files
Clarias > The Source of Nile  > Fruit flies, Cut bait
Cornish Jack > Silent Beach, Rocky Water > Minnows, Sml fish
Nile Perch > Silent Beach > Minnows, Smelts, cut bait
Semutundu > Silent Beach > Small fish
Bayad > Rocky Water > Small fish
Electric Catfish > Rocky Water > Small fish
Catfish > Silent Beach, Rocky Water > Small fish
Deep Water Catfish > Rocky Water, Rubondo > Smelts
H.Pyrrhocephalus > Source of the Nile > 15kg rod, 10kg line, 3kg hook > Clams, Midges

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TACKLE AND UNLOCK LEVEL LIST: NEW!!! 
In Go Fishing you'll be able to use different kinds and types of rods, hook, and line (the whole tackle setup). The list below will help you to determine which level that you will unlock equipment. Note: You can also use this list to help you quickly narrow down the weight requirements for the different fish that you can catch. Enjoy!


Tackle item name: Line 1.5. Level required: 1. Cost: 10 Coins. Max Weight Capability (kg): 1.5. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Line 15 Pro. Level required: 1. Cost: 1 Pearl. Max Weight Capability (kg): 15. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Hook 1.5. Level required: 1. Cost: 10 Coins. Max Weight Capability (kg): 1.5. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Hook 3. Level required: 2. Cost: 20 Coins. Max Weight Capability (kg): 3. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Hook 15 Pro. Level required: 2. Cost: 1 Pearl. Max Weight Capability (kg): 150.5. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Beginner's Rod. Level required: 1. Cost: 125 Coins. Max Weight Capability (kg): 1 Strength: Low. Notes: n/a


Tackle item name: Used Rod. Level required: 1. Cost: 15 coins. Max Weight Capability (kg): 0.5 Strength: Low. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Line 3. Level required: 3. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 3. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Line 5. Level required: 5. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 5. Notes: n/a

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Tackle item name: Line 10. Level required: 9. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 10. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Line 20. Level required: 13. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 20. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Line 30. Level required: 17. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 30. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Line 40. Level required: 21. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 40. Notes: n/a


Tackle item name: Line 50. Level required: 25. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 50. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Line 70. Level required: 29. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 70. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Line 100. Level required: 34. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 100. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Line 150. Level required: 39. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 150. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Line 200. Level required: 43. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 200. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Line 300. Level required: 47. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 300. Notes: n/a


Tackle item name: Line 30 Pro. Level required: 5. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 30. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Line 150 Pro. Level required: 17. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 150. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Line 200 Pro. Level required: 21. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 200. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Line 60 Pro. Level required: 9. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 60. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Line 100 Pro. Level required: 13. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 100. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Line 300 Pro. Level required: 25. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 300. Notes: n/a

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Tackle item name: Hook 5. Level required: 4. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 5. Notes: n/a


Tackle item name: Hook 10. Level required: 8. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 10. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Hook 30. Level required: 16. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 30. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Hook 40. Level required: 20. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 40. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Hook 70. Level required: 28. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 70. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Hook 100. Level required: 33. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 100. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Hook 150. Level required: 38. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 150. Notes: n/a


Tackle item name: Hook 200. Level required: 42. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 200. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Hook 300. Level required: 46. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 300. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Hook 30 Pro. Level required: 5. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 30. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Hook 100 Pro. Level required: 13. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 100. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Hook 200 Pro. Level required: 21. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 200. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Hook 60 Pro. Level required: 9. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 60. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Hook 150 Pro. Level required: 17. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 150. Notes: n/a


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Tackle item name: Hook 300 Pro. Level required: 25. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 300. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Hook 20. Level required: 12. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 20. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Hook 50. Level required: 24. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 50. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Common Rod. Level required: 5. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 5. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Advanced Rod. Level required: 14. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 20. Notes: n/a


Tackle item name: Sport Rod. Level required: 22. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 40. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Mega Rod. Level required: 30. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 70. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Premium Rod. Level required: n/a. Cost: 10 Pearl. Max Weight Capability (kg): 20. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Magic Rod. Level required: 13. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 100. Notes: n/a

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Tackle item name: Camo Rod. Level required: 10. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 10. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Shaman's Rod. Level required: 5. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 30. Notes: n/a


Tackle item name: Super Rod. Level required: 35. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 100. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Sam's Rod. Level required: 17. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 150. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Glam Rod. Level required: 9. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 60. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Solid Rod. Level required: 21. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 200. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Predator Rod. Level required: 40. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 150. Notes: n/a


Tackle item name: Strong Rod. Level required: 18. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 30. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Lucky Rod. Level required: 26. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 50. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Winner's Rod. Level required: 25. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 300. Notes: 300 Plus

Tackle item name: Power Rod. Level required: 44. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 200. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Giga Rod. Level required: 48. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): 300. Notes: n/a

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Tackle item name: Bread. Level required: 1. Cost: 5. Max Weight Capability (kg): n/a. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Dog Food. Level required: 2. Cost: 6. Max Weight Capability (kg): n/a. Notes: n/a


Tackle item name: Larvae. Level required: n/a. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): n/a. Notes: 2 Friends

Tackle item name: Cut Bait. Level required: n/a. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): n/a. Notes: 5 Friends

Tackle item name: Worms. Level required: 5. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): n/a. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Minnows. Level required: 14. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): n/a. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Bass Boilies. Level required: 7. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): n/a. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Trout Boilies. Level required: 5. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): n/a. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Salmon Boilies. Level required: 3. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): n/a. Notes: n/a


Tackle item name: Carp Boilies. Level required: 9. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): n/a. Notes: n/a

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Tackle item name: Catfish Boilies. Level required: 15. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): n/a. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Smelts . Level required: 16. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): n/a. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Small Fish. Level required: 18. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): n/a. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Salmon Eggs. Level required: 20. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): n/a. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Clams. Level required: 22. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): n/a. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Scuds. Level required: 24. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): n/a. Notes: n/a


Tackle item name: Shrimps. Level required: 26. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): n/a. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Crawfish. Level required: 28. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): n/a. Notes: n/a
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Tackle item name: Fruit Flies. Level required: 7. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): n/a. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Midges. Level required: 8. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): n/a. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Dragonflies. Level required: 12. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): n/a. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Tadpoles. Level required: 16. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): n/a. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Frogs. Level required: n/a. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): n/a. Notes: Quest Lost (4)

Tackle item name: Mullet Bait. Level required: 30. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): n/a. Notes: n/a

Tackle item name: Chief's Bait. Level required: n/a. Cost: n/a. Max Weight Capability (kg): n/a. Notes: Quest Meet the Chief (4)

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PEARL GUIDE: NEW!! 
Introduction: What is Pearl?: It's an important currency in the game. Pearl is needed if you want to advance and level up. There are methods you can use to obtain more Pearls in the game. Below we'll attempt to show you ways to get more Pearls. Enjoy!
Levelling Up for Pearls: Levelling up is the most effective way to earn Pearls for free. Each time you level you'll earn one pearl. Focus on levelling up fast and efficiently.
Lottery: Purchasing lottery tickets is another way to get pearl. The amount of pearl that you earn through the Go Fishing Lottery is either 1 or 2 (based on experience). My advice is to avoid the lottery, it's not cost effective.
Rewards: Some of the Quests in the game will reward you with pearls when you complete them. The pearl rewards are typically given on the last quest requirement of a quest chain. This means that you can typically tell whether or not your quest efforts will turn into a pearl reward by completing multiple tasks of the same Go Fishing theme. These advanced Go Fishing Facebook quests are a great way for you to earn pearls – especially when you combine it with the leveling up process. Always spend the efforts into completing quest tasks to get those extra free pearls in game.
Treasure Chests: Treasure chests not only contain coin rewards but also contain pearls. The chest is quite heavy and you will, most likely, be able to pick those up later on in the game when you have unlocked higher level rods and tackles. The best way to locate Go Fishing Treasure Chest easily is through the use of Fish Finder. It should be noted that you should unequip the Go Fishing Fish Finder when you are not using it – to minimize the item wear and optimize durability.
Tournament Rewards: The Tournament is set up like a poker tournament. You will have to contribute certain costs such as coins and pearls to enter. However, you will earn a certain size of the pot or coins depending on the tournament information. You can earn free pearls if you are lucky and good at picking up big fish. Use the fish list above to help you determine what types of bait to use to get an edge over your opponents.
Purchasing Pearls: This is the easy way but costly. You can always spend real money to get the pearls that you need in game. Money will be the fastest and easiest way to get all the pearls that you want. Just be careful not to overspend your budget. Go Fishing is a game after all, you do not want to break your bank simply, because you love fishing and want to get ahead in the game.

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FISH LIST: FISH LOCATIONS AND BAIT (OLD LIST)
Note: see the updated list above for greater detail.
Here is a list of fish for you. The list includes their location and bait to use. Not sure if it's a complete list of fish but I hope this helps and thanks for requesting! Good luck!


Where is the Atlantic salmon – Nessie Bank – Smelts

Where is the Atlantic Sturgeon – Urquhart Castle, Greenland, Nessie Bank  – Minnows, Smelts

Where is the Amur Sturgeon – Wild Coast, Holy Water, Greenland  – Dragon Flies, Minnows, Smelts, Larvae, Worms, Small Fish

Where is the Arctic Char– Lonely Tree, Wild Coast , Quiet Corner, Nessie Bank, Deep Water  – Salmon Eggs, Smelts, Cut Bait, Small Fish

Where is the Big Head Carp – Wild Coast, Holy Water, Greenland – Dragonflies, Tadpole, Midges

Where is the Bream – Wild Coast, Greenland – Frogs, Corn


Where is the Brown Trout - Silent Trees, Nessie Bank, Urquhart Castle, Deep Water – Frog, Minnows, Carp Boilies, Dragonflies, Worms, Corn, Small Fish

Where is the Bullhead - Silent Trees - Minnows

Where is the Catfish  – Wild Coast, Lonely Tree, Greenland, Deep Water – Dragonflies, Smelts, Small Fish,  Deep Water - trophy-unique/worms/

Where is the Chinook Salmon – Quiet Corner, Wild Coast, Lonely Tree, Cold Spot, Holy Water – Salmon Boilies, Small Fish,  Cut Bait, Smelts, Clams

Where is the Chum Salmon – Wild Coast, Quiet Corner, Cold Spot - Small fish, Salmon Boilies, Smelts

Where is the Cobia - Shipwrecks, Shallow waters - Small fish

Where is the Coho Salmon – Wild Coast, Silent Trees, Greenland, Lonely Tree, Cold Spot – Craw fish, Salmon Boilies, Salmon Eggs, Smelts, Scuds

Where is the Common Carp – Nessie Bank – Bread, Worms, Corn

Where is the Dace - Uruhart Castle - Worms, Corn

Where is the Dolly Varden Trout – Lonely Tree – Salmon Eggs

Where is the European Perch – Nessie Bank, Deep Water, Uruhart Castle – Carp Boilies, Small Fish, Larvae


Where is the Ferox Trout – Urquhart Castle, Nessie Bank, Deep waters – Minnows, Worms, Cut Bait.

Where is the Grass Carp – Wild Coast, Green Land – Dragonflies, Frogs, Corn, Worms

Where is the Grayling – Lonely Tree, Wild Coast, Cold Spot – Worms, Larvae, Dragonflies

Where is the Jack Crevale - Shallow waters - Small fish

Where is the Kaluga - Wild Coast, Green Land, Holy Water - Cut Bait

Where is the Largemouth – Silent Trees, Open Water – Craw fish, Frogs, Pet Food, Worms, Bass Bollies

Where is the Lake Sturgeon- Silent Trees, Open Water, Lighthouse - Worms, Minnows, Clams


Where is the Lake Trout – Silent Trees, Lighthouse – Frog, Cut Bait, Minnows, Frogs

Where is the Legendary fish at Kenai river - Unique old catfish (Hook and line 100+) - Lonely tree - Catfish Bollies, Cut Bait

Where is the Lenok – Wild Coast,Holy Water, Lonely Tree,  – Salmon Boiliess, Salmon Eggs, Dragonflies

Where is the Lingcod – Quiet Corner, Lonely Tree, Wild Coast, Cold Spot – Minnows, Smelts, Small Fish, Fruit Flies, Midges, Tadpoles, Dragon Flies,

Where is the Northern Pike – Silent Trees, Lonely Tree, Urquhart Castle, Nessie Bank, Still Water, Holly Water, Wild Coast, Open water – Crawfish, Frogs, Dragon Flies, Carp Boilies, Minnows, Fruit Flies, Midges

Where is the Pan fish - Silent Trees – Frog

Where is the Pink Salmon – Lonely Tree, Cold Spot – Minnows, Smelts

Where is the Rainbow Trout – Silent Trees, Lonely Tree, Cold Spot, Uruhart Castle - Salmon eggs, Frog, Corn, Cut Bait

Where is the Red Snapper - Deep Sea - cut bait

Where is the Roach – Silent Trees – Pet food, Bread

Where is the Rudd – Nessie Bank – Bread, Uruhart Castle - Corn


Where is the Siberian Salmon – Wild Coast, Cold Spot –Salmon Boilies, Smelts

Where is the Small mouth – Silent Trees – Crawfish, Frogs, Pet Food; Open Water - Worms, Pet Food

Where is the Steel Head – Quiet Corner, Lonely Tree, Wild Coast, Cold Spot, Open Water – Corn, Smelts, Salmon Eggs, Fruit Flies, Crawfish

Where is the Sockey Salmon - Green Land, Cold Spot - Dragonflies, Salmon Boilies, Smelts

Where is the Tarpon- Shallow waters - Small fish,

Where is the Three-spined Stickleback - Nessie Bank - Larvae

Where is the Trophy Monster Fish -

Where is the Wahoo - Reefs, Shipwrecks - Cut bait

Where is the Walleye – Silent Trees – Frog, Minnow,Worms

Where is the White Fish – Silent Trees – Frog, Pet Food, Larvae


Where is the Yellow Cheek – Wild Coast, Greenland, Holy Water – Dragonflies, Frogs, Corn, Midges, Cut Bait

Where is the Yellow Perch – Silent Trees, Still Water– Frog, Minnow, larve. Open Water - Worms, Bass Boilies

Temp Fish List - Saltwater
Where is the Amber jacks- Shallow waters, Reefs, Shipwrecks - Small fish, Cut bait , Dragon Flies, Frogs, Tadpoles, Fruit flies

Where is the Barracudas - Shallow waters, Reefs, Deep sea - Small fish, Cut bait, Smelts, Tadpoles

Where is the Black Grouper - Shallow waters, Shipwrecks - Scuds, Cut bait, Smelts, Shrimps, Tadpoles, Frogs, Worms, Small fish


Where is the Bull Shark -Shipwrecks, Deep sea- Cut bait, Small Fish

Where is the Cobia - Shipwrecks, Shallow waters, Reefs, Deep sea - Small fish, Cut bait, Fruit Flies, Crawfish, Tadpoles, Midges

Where is the Dolphin Fish - Deep Sea, Ship Wreck - Cut bait

Where is the Jack Crevale - Shallow waters, Reefs - Small fish, Scuds, Cut bait, Clams, Shrimps

Where is the King Mackerel - Shallow waters, Reefs - Small fish, Cut bait, Scuds , Fruit flies, Clams, Midges, Tadpoles, Frogs, Worms, Larvae


Where is the Lemon shark - Shallow waters, Reefs, Deep Sea, Shipwrecks-Minnows, Small fish, Cut bait , Clams, Tadpoles

Where is the Permit - Shallow waters, Shipwrecks - Small fish, Scuds, Shrimps, Cut bait, Crawfish

Where is the Red Snapper -  Deep Sea - Cut bait, Clams, Shrimps, Crawfish, Fruit flies, Larvae

Where is the Tarpon - Shallow waters - Small fish, Cut bait, Shrimps, Scuds

Where is the Tiger Shark - Shipwrecks- Cut bait, Clams

Where is the Wahoo - Reefs, Deep sea, shipwrecks - Cut Bait, Fruit flies, Crawfish, Tadpoles, Midges

Where is the White Marlin - Reefs , Deep sea, Shipwrecks - Cut Bait , Clams, Small fish, Crawfish

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ANOTHER FISH LIST: BAIT AND LOCATIONS
Here is another list of fish for you. The list includes their location and bait to use. Not sure if it's a complete list of fish but I hope this helps and thanks for requesting! Good luck!

Where is the Atlantic salmon – Nessie Bank – Smelts

Where is the Atlantic Sturgeon – Urquhart Castle, Greenland, Nessie Bank  – Minnows, Smelts, Small Fish, Worms

Where is the Amur Sturgeon – Wild Coast, Holy Water, Greenland  – Dragon Flies, Minnows, Smelts, Larvae, Worms, Small Fish

Where is the Arctic Char– Lonely Tree, Wild Coast , Quiet Corner, Nessie Bank, Deep Water  – Salmon Eggs, Smelts, Cut Bait, Small Fish

Where is the Baby Monster Fish - (Smal gear) - Bass Bollies, Cut Bait

Where is the Barbel (new!) - Deep Water, Nessie Bank – Larvae, Dragonflies

Where is the Big Head Carp – Wild Coast, Holy Water, Greenland – Dragonflies, Tadpole, Midges

Where is the Bream – Wild Coast, Greenland – Frogs, Corn

Where is the Brown Trout - Silent Trees, Nessie Bank, Urquhart Castle, Deep Water – Frog, Minnows, Carp Boilies, Dragonflies, Worms, Corn, Small Fish

Where is the Bullhead - Silent Trees - Bread, Minnows

Where is the Catfish  – Wild Coast, Lonely Tree, Greenland, Deep Water – Dragonflies, Smelts, Small Fish,  Worms

Where is the Channal Catfish (new!) -  Holy Water, Green Land - Cut Bait, Worms, Smelts


Where is the Chinook Salmon – Quiet Corner, Wild Coast, Lonely Tree, Cold Spot, Holy Water – Salmon Boilies, Small Fish,  Cut Bait, Smelts, Clams

Where is the Chub (new!) - Deep Water- Fruit Flies, Dragonflies,

Where is the Chum Salmon – Wild Coast, Quiet Corner, Cold Spot - Small Fish, Salmon Boilies, Smelts

Where is the Coho Salmon – Wild Coast, Silent Trees, Greenland, Lonely Tree, Cold Spot – Craw fish, Salmon Boilies, Salmon Eggs, Smelts, Scuds

Where is the Common Carp – Nessie Bank, Urquhart Castle – Bread, Worms, Corn, Carp Boilies

Where is the Crucian Carp (new!) - Deep Water - Fruit flies.

Where is the Dace - Uruhart Castle - Worms, Corn


Where is the Dolly Varden Trout – Lonely Tree – Salmon Eggs

Where is the Eel (new!) - Wild Coast, Deep water - Worm, Dragonflies,

Where is the European Perch – Nessie Bank, Deep Water, Uruhart Castle – Carp Boilies, Small Fish, Larvae

Where is the Ferox Trout – Urquhart Castle, Nessie Bank, Deep waters – Minnows, Worms, Cut Bait

Where is the Grass Carp – Wild Coast, Green Land – Dragonflies, Frogs, Corn, Worms

Where is the Grayling – Lonely Tree, Wild Coast, Cold Spot – Worms, Larvae, Dragonflies

Where is the Kaluga - Wild Coast, Green Land, Holy Water - Cut Bait

Where is the Largemouth – Silent Trees, Open Water – Craw fish, Frogs, Pet Food, Worms, Bass Bollies


Where is the Lake Sturgeon- Silent Trees, Open Water, Lighthouse - Worms, Minnows, Clams

Where is the Lake Trout  – Silent Trees, Lighthouse – Frog, Cut Bait, Minnows, Frogs

Where is the Legendary fish at Kenai river - Unique old catfish (Hook and line 100+) - Lonely tree - Catfish Bollies, Cut Bait

Where is the Lenok – Wild Coast, Holy Water, Lonely Tree,  – Salmon Boiliess, Salmon Eggs, Dragonflies

Where is the Lingcod – Quiet Corner, Lonely Tree, Wild Coast, Cold Spot – Minnows, Smelts, Small Fish, Frogs, Fruit Flies, Midges, Tadpoles, Dragon Flies,


Where is the Northern Pike – Silent Trees, Lonely Tree, Urquhart Castle, Nessie Bank, Still Water, Holly Water, Wild Coast, Open water – Crawfish, Frogs, Dragon Flies, Carp Boilies, Minnows, Fruit Flies, Midges

Where is the Pan fish - Silent Trees – Frog

Where is the Pink Salmon – Lonely Tree, Cold Spot – Minnows, Smelts

Where is the Rainbow Trout – Silent Trees, Lonely Tree, Cold Spot, Uruhart Castle - Salmon eggs, Frog, Corn, Cut Bait

Where is the Roach – Silent Trees – Pet food, Bread

Where is the Rudd – Nessie Bank – Bread, Uruhart Castle - Corn

Where is the Ruff (new!) -


Where is the Siberian Salmon – Wild Coast, Cold Spot –Salmon Boilies, Smelts

Where is the Small mouth – Silent Trees – Crawfish, Frogs, Pet Food; Open Water - Worms, Pet Food

Where is the Steel Head – Quiet Corner, Lonely Tree, Wild Coast, Cold Spot, Open Water – Corn, Smelts, Salmon Eggs, Fruit Flies, Crawfish

Where is the Sockey Salmon - Green Land, Cold Spot - Dragonflies, Salmon Boilies, Smelts

Where is the Tench (new!) - Wild Coast - Worms

Where is the Three-spined Stickleback - Nessie Bank, Urquhart Castle - Larvae

Where is the Trophy Monster Fish -


Where is the Walleye – Silent Trees, Open Water – Frog, Minnow,

Where is the White Fish – Silent Trees – Frog, Pet Food, Larvae

Where is the Yellow Cheek – Wild Coast, Greenland, Holy Water – Dragonflies, Frogs, Corn, Midges, Cut Bait

Where is the Yellow Perch – Silent Trees, Still Water– Frog, Minnow, larve, Pet food. Open Water - Worms, Bass Boilies

Temp Fish List - Saltwater
Where is the Amber jacks- Shallow waters, Reefs, Shipwrecks - Small fish, Cut bait , Dragon Flies, Frogs, Tadpoles, Fruit flies


Where is the Barracudas - Shallow waters, Reefs, Deep sea - Small fish, Cut bait, Smelts, Tadpoles

Where is the Black Grouper - Shallow waters, Shipwrecks - Scuds, Cut bait, Smelts, Shrimps, Tadpoles, Frogs, Worms, Small fish

Where is the Bull Shark -Shipwrecks, Deep sea - Cut bait, Small Fish

Where is the Cobia - Shipwrecks, Shallow waters, Reefs, Deep sea - Small fish,frogs Cut bait, Fruit Flies, Crawfish, Tadpoles, Midgets

Where is the Dolphin Fish - Deep Sea, Ship Wreck - Cut bait


Where is the Jack Crevale - Shallow waters, Reefs - Small fish, Scuds, Cut bait, Clams, Shrimps

Where is the King Mackerel - Shallow waters, Reefs - Small fish, Cut bait, Scuds , Fruit flies, Clams, Midgets, Tadpoles, Frogs, Worms, Larvae

Where is the Lemon shark - Shallow waters, Reefs, Deep Sea, Shipwrecks-Minnows, Small fish, Cut bait , Clams, Tadpoles

Where is the Permit - Shallow waters, Shipwrecks - Small fish, Scuds, Shrimps, Cut bait, Crawfish

Where is the Red Snapper - Deep Sea -Salmon Eggs, Larvae


Where is the Tarpon- Shallow waters - Small fish, Cut bait, Shrimps, Scuds

Where is the Tiger Shark - Shipwrecks- Cut bait, Clams

Where is the Wahoo- Reefs, Deep sea, Shipwrecks - Larvae, Cut Bait, Fruit flies, Crawfish, Tadpoles, Midgets

Where is the White Marlin - Reefs , Deep sea, Shipwrecks - Cut Bait , Clams, Small fish, Crawfis

Lake Victoria
Where is the Nile Tilapia - The Source of Nile - 15kg rod, 10kg line, 5kg hook - Corn, Fruit flies, Midges

Where is the Redbelly Tilapia - The Source of Nile - 15kg rod, 10kg line, 5kg hook - Midges

Where is the African Longfile Een - The source of Nile  - Fruit files


Where is the Clarias - The Source of Nile  - Fruit flies, Cut bait

Where is the Cornish Jack - Silent Beach, Rocky Water - Minnows, Sml fish

Where is the Nile Perch - Silent Beach - Minnows, Smelts, cut bait

Where is the Semutundu - Silent Beach - Small fish

Where is the Bayad - Rocky Water - Small fish

Where is the Electric Catfish - Rocky Water - Small fish

Where is the Catfish - Silent Beach, Rocky Water - Small fish

Where is the Deep Water Catfish - Rocky Water, Rubondo - Smelts

Where is the H.Pyrrhocephalus - Source of the Nile - 15kg rod, 10kg line, 3kg hook - Clams, Midges

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GENERAL HINTS, TRICKS, HELP AND PLAYING TIPS AND Q AND A


GETTING STARTED HELP
Here are some hints and tips for starting to play the game.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: The game doesn't load.
A: Go Fishing game help answer: Update your Flash player by clicking here: http://get.adobe.com/ru/flashplayer/

Q: Go Fishing game help question: I can only press CAST, the other icons are not clickable.
A: Go Fishing game help answer: That's because you are in the tutorial mode. You need to catch your first fish to complete the tutorial and play the game.

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CATCHING FISH HELP
Here are some hints and tips for catching fish.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: How do I catch a fish?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: Equip your rod and press CAST. Watch the bobber to see when the fish bites. Once it does, press the green STRIKE button and start pulling the fish. To land the fish, press and release the PULL button and keep the bar in the middle zone (between the blue stripes). (Hitting the blue stripes precisely gives the "OVERPOWER" bonus - it makes it easier to pull the fish for a few seconds. But getting out of the blue stripes into the red zones is dangerous: it wears out your tackle and increases chances of losing the fish and tackle. If you hit the blue stripes three clicks in a row, you will get extra XP for the fish you land).

Q: Go Fishing game help question: What if the bar gets in the red zone?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: The fish might get away, you might break the tackle or increase its wear-out.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: What does 'OVERPOWER' on the indicator mean?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: If you hit the blue stripes on the indicator, you get the "OVERPOWER" bonus - it makes it easier to pull the fish for a few seconds. But getting out of the blue stripes into the red zones is dangerous: it wears out your tackle and increases chances of losing the fish and tackle. If you hit the blue stripes three clicks in a row, you will get extra XP for the fish you land.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: What do the fishing indicators show?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: The green bar is the tension indicator: it shows the load on your tackle. If the bar gets into the right red zone, the tension on your tackle is too high and you risk breaking it. If the bar gets into the left red zone, there is too little tension and you might lose the fish.
The triangle above the bar shows the distance to the fish. When the triangle reaches the left side of the bar, you land a fish.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: How do I equip a fishing rod?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: You can see your equipped tackle (bait, hook and line) in the bottom right corner of the main game window. If one of the icons is black, you need to buy new tackle on the Market. To do this, click on the black icon, or on the Market icon in the main window.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: I don't have a rod.
A: Go Fishing game help answer: Your rod could have worn out, or you could have deleted it from your inventory. Go to the Tackle section of the Market to buy a new rod.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: I lost my rod, hook and line.
A: Go Fishing game help answer: Your rod could have worn out, or you could have deleted it from your inventory. Go to the Tackle section of the Market to buy a new rod. When the rod wears out, you also lose the hook and line that were equipped with it. So keep track of the rod condition (the green bar in the Tackle section of your Backpack) and don't equip expensive hooks and lines when the rod is about to break.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: How do I switch tackle?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: To use another rod that you bought, click on the Backpack icon in the main window, open the Tackle section and click on the rod icons in the bottom to equip them.
To switch between different baits, hooks or lines that you bought, click on the tackle icons in the bottom right corner of the game window, or go to the Tackle section of the Backpack.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: The fish doesn't bite.
A: Go Fishing game help answer: Wait up to one minute, then pull the rod out of the water and cast it again. Try another bait or tackle combination - the one you are using might not be good for your location.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: The fish gets away.
A: Go Fishing game help answer: Don't let the bar into the red zones. Check that your tackle is compatible (your hook and line can hold the fish that you intend to catch with this bait). There is always a chance that a big fish bites and your tackle won't be big or strong enough to strike. Upgrade your tackle to be able to catch bigger fish.

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TACKLE HELP
Here are some hints and tips for tackle.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: How do I catch bigger fish?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: Get better tackle and experiment with bait at each location to catch bigger fish.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: What does MaxWeight parameter of a Rod mean?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: The higher the MaxWeight parameter, the easier it will be for you to pull out bigger fish.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: When does a rod wear out?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: The rod has a limited resource. It decreases every time you land a fish. Letting the fishing indicator into the red zones (while pulling the fish) can speed up the rod wear-out.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: Does more expensive line help catch bigger fish?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: Thin line can break if a big fish bites. The more expensive the line is, the bigger fish it will hold.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: Does more expensive hook help catch bigger fish?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: Cheaper hooks are only good for small fish. A big fish won't bite a small hook, or it might get away from a small hook in the process of pulling, or it might break the hook. The higher the weight indicated on the hook, the bigger fish it will hold.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: How do different tackle options influence fishing?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: RODS: The more advanced rods make landing the big fish easier. The rod weight is the recommended weight - you can pull out a 8kg fish with a 5kg rod, but it will be very difficult and might wear out your rod.
HOOKS: The small hooks are only suitable for small fish, so bigger fish can break them. The bigger hooks scare away the small fish, and it won't bite.
LINE: The line can break if it's not strong enough for the fish that is biting.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: I lost my bait, line and hook! What did I do wrong?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: Firstly, your hook weight limit must not be above your line weight limit. Otherwise, you can hook a big fish that your line won't hold, then the line breaks and you lose the line, hook and bait. Secondly, try to keep the indicator within the blue stripes. In other words, don't let the indicator out in the red zones. In the left red zone, the tension on your tackle is too small and you risk losing the fish. In the right red zone, your tackle gets overloaded and it can break; then you lose the line, hook and bait.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: How long can the fish stay in my fish cage? Is there a time limit?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: No, there is no time limit.

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ENERGY, MONEY AND XP HELP
Here are some hints and tips for game parameters: energy, money, XP

Q: Go Fishing game help question: What do the numbers 17/15 on the energy bar mean?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: You can obtain energy level higher than your maximum possible energy level, in case you use food items that yield Extra energy. In this case, your energy bar will show numbers like 17/15, i.e. while your normal maximum is 15 points, you have 17 points currently.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: How do I increase my reputation?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: You can increase your reputation by sending gifts and helping friends.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: How do I get fish steaks?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: Buy and equip a knife and a pan. Then you can cut the fish you caught (mouse over the fish in your fish cage) and cook it (exchange for fish dishes on the Market).

Q: Go Fishing game help question: I caught a fish that gives coins and steaks, but I didn't receive the coins and steaks.
A: Go Fishing game help answer: From each fish you can get either coins (by selling it) or steaks (by cutting it). To cut the fish, buy and equip a knife and a pan. Then mouse over the fish in your fish cage and click on the steak icon to cut it. Then you get the steaks; to cook the steaks and get energy, exchange them for fish dishes on the Market.
To sell the fish, mouse over the fish in your fish cage and click on the coins icon.

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FISHING GEAR HELP
Here are some hints and tips for fishing gear

Q: Go Fishing game help question: What is a fish finder and how does it work?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: A fish finder helps you locate bigger fish and valuable items in the water. After you buy and equip it, it will appear in your main window. Every 15 seconds it shows the size of the fish swimming under the water, or it may spot a treasure or a quest item. Casting your rod at the moment it shows an object increases your chances to pull this object out. The fish finder gives a high probability of catching what it shows, but it is not 100% accurate. However, the more expensive fish finder is significantly more accurate.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: What does it mean when the fish finder shows a question mark?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: A question mark stands for a quest item or a collectible.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: My fish finder disappeared.
A: Go Fishing game help answer: Many items in the game have a limited resource. The fish finders in particular have a limited battery life, and they disappear from your inventory when the battery is out of order.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: My gear or tackle item disappeared.
A: Go Fishing game help answer: Many items in the game have a limited resource. They disappear from your inventory once they wear out. You might consider not equipping the items that you don't need at a certain moment ot at a certain location in order to make them live longer.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: Does extra energy help catch fish?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: Yes, extra energy makes pulling the fish easier.

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LOCATIONS AND FISH SPECIES HELP
Here are some hints and tips for locations and fish species.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: What is a trophy, record or unique fish?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: Record fish is your personal largest catch. Trophy fish is a fish larger than 75% of the maximum size of its species. Unique fish is a fish larger than 95% of the maximum size of its species.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: What does fish with caviar give you?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: Fish with caviar yields more fish steaks and coins than the same fish without caviar.

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TREASURES, COLLECTIBLES AND QUEST ITEMS HELP
Here are some hints and tips for Treasures, collectibles, quest items.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: I can't pull out a treasure chest.
A: Go Fishing game help answer: It's heavy. Normally you need an Advanced rod to pull the chest, but sometimes you can pull it out with the Common rod and some extra energy, making use of the OVERPOWER bonus.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: How do I find the quest item?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: The best way to find it is to use a fish finder. Cast your rod when the fish finder shows a question mark.
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FRIENDS AND GIFTS HELP
Here are some hints and tips for friends and gifts.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: A friend has sent me a gift. Where do I see it in the game?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: Open the game, go to your Messages tab above the game window and accept the gift. Once you load the game, the gift will appear in your Backpack.
If you received a gift but your Messages tab is empty, please clean your caches carefully following the instructions in both of these links:
www.wikihow.com/Clear-Your-Browser's-Cache
www.macromedia.com/support/documentation/
en/flashplayer/help/settings_manager07.html

Q: Go Fishing game help question: I can't send a gift to a friend.
A: Go Fishing game help answer: You can only send one gift to each friend every day. If you can not send a gift to a friend, it means that you have already sent a gift to this friend today.
If you have any problems with sending gifts, please update the flash player here: http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ and clean the flash cache: ttp://www.macromedia.com/support/documentation/
en/flashplayer/help/settings_manager07.html
Please note that Facebook disables the opportunity to send gifts when a player has more than 1000 friends in the game.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: How do I help a friend?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: You will sometimes see an icon above your friends photo. Click on it (it's only there for a few seconds) - and press "Help a friend". You will earn some reputation and your friend will get some useful items.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: How do I get a helping hand?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: In the respective quest there's a button "Ask for a helping hand". Press it to request helping hands. Once your friends accept the request, you will see the helping hands in your Game requests.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: Why do wall post bonuses expire so soon?
A: Go Fishing game help answer: The time limit on bonuses is 24 hours, but there is also a limit for the number of people who can collect them.

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TOURNAMENTS HELP AND TIPS
Here are some hints and tips for Tournaments.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: I did not receive the reward for a tournament.
A: Go Fishing game help answer: Please allow up to 30 minutes for processing of the tournament results. You will get your rewards then.

Q: Go Fishing game help question: The tournament started or finished sooner than it should have.
A: Go Fishing game help answer: This can happen due to server synchronizations, but the time discrepancy between the announced time and actual time is never more than 30 seconds.

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