Why casually fish off a pier when you can vie for a spot on Rapala's Pro Series team on the Xbox One? Cast your line and stand up to the greats in Rapala Fishing Pro Series. Partake in tournaments located all over North America, using hundreds of different lure combinations to attract the biggest fish. Combat real-world weather conditions on a fleet of official Ranger boats and struggle to reel in over a dozen different catches. Build a reputation as a successful angler to gain sponsorship and earn money to upgrade your equipment and join Rapala's elite.
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Rapala Fishing Pro Series is rated
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Rated 5 out of
FUNNNNNNBought this for my son but the whole family loves it!
Date published: 2018-10-17
Rated 1 out of
AwefulUser controls are very unfriendly and you cant change controls in settings.. It's easy to catch small fish like perch or bluegill, but trout, bass etc. are nearly impossible to reel in. I tried reeling in a brown trout for approximately 20 minutes before giving up. Fish don't tire out and the backwards controls make it very difficult to handle a fish and manipulate all the required controls so as to not lose the fish. Lures and line is expensive and easily lost. Save your money.
Date published: 2018-07-17
Rated 4 out of
Crappie Poppy from
Rapala does it again!If you have played and enjoyed any of the rapala fishing titles you know what you are getting.
Date published: 2018-05-31
Rated 1 out of
Worst Gameplay Evar!Just picked it up last night. Used to love the fishing games on PC and even the Wii. Even on the PC ,there was better gameplay. This is only for the Xbox One version, but I can't imagine that PS is any better. A to cast power, A to cast accuracy. Then a combo of up, down, left, right to retrieve. Depending on the lure, the combo is different and you have to discover what that combo is when you first buy each lure. 10 minutes into the game and my left thumb is aching. Right trigger to reel and really no L-R rod control or line tension to speak of. I'm leaving now to return it for something else. Do not buy, even for the people you hate.