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Fishing Rod Guide
« on: March 02, 2017, 01:36:02 am »
This guide will explain how this works, list key commands, and explain tips and info. This rod can be purchased through the F4 -> Entities menu.

Controls:

  • Reel down, hold LEFT mouse
  • Reel up, hold RIGHT mouse
  • Reel faster, hold SHIFT
  • Reel slower, hold ALT
  • Release bait, press E
  • Release catch press R
  • Access the menu, press B
  • To sell your findings, press R or E on them (if the price is a bunch of question marks, use E. Otherwise, use R.)


Instructions:

  • Buy the rod from the F4 menu, pick it up, drop it as entity, then pick it up again. The rod can now be found in the number 4 slot of your weapons.
  • Press B with the rod out to open up your fishing menu.
  • Click on the "Bait Shop" tab and purchase whatever bait is available for your rank.
  • Drop your hook into the water or throw it while holding left click.
  • Wait until you get a catch. You can tell when you have bite when the text turns green, a splash sound plays, and your hook gets yanked.
  • Hold right click and/or shift to reel in the catch.
  • Hold the catch over your props or land and press R to drop it. Beware of seagulls trying to steal your catch!
  • Press R or E on the catch to sell it.
  • Repeat!

Tips/Info:

  • ALWAYS carry a gun or have friend with you. Seagulls will often appear and try to steal your catches.
  • When you find that some catches are too heavy for your rod or can be pulled off too easily by seagulls, upgrade your Hook Force.
  • If, for any reason, you need to sell your bait, you can press R on it to sell it for the price you paid for it.
  • When you are done, if you do not want to pay another $500 for a new fishing rod, use /holsterweapon to put it back into your inventory.
  • If your depth marker on the bobber is 0 and not changing at all, it's most likely because you are in the water and need to get out of it to fish correctly.

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