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Different fishing supplies and what they do (not talking about deep sea fishing)
Here is my question. Please note, I posted something similar in the questions with a few responses.
(While they helped me in some regard, they were mostly off topic)
I think the system treats questions and discussions differently and so not as many people saw it. I don't know for sure.
What do the different upgraded fishing gear types do? For example, the fish hooks I have used the small, medium and large and honestly, I can't tell a difference between the three.
I know that the upgraded poles are stronger and they don't break as easily, but i don't know exactly what they do.
what exactly makes a rod break??
Poles have a durability rating and a time rating. The durability rating is how long you can use that particular pole and how much total stress it can take before it breaks from use. Once all the durability is used up the rod breaks.
The time rating is how much time in seconds you can spend reeling in the fish you catch before it automatically gets off the hook.
The fishing line(s) also have a durability rating. The heavier and stronger the fish is the more stress the line receives. The line will turn from green, to yellow, to red, and then break. Letting go of the mouse button reduces stress on the line but uses up more of the time that the fishing pole gives you.
The reels have both a speed and durability rating. The higher the speed rating the faster that you can reel in a fish (and the faster and more stress you put on the line). The durability rating is how long you can use that reel before it breaks.
I thought we lost a hook for every fish that bites, not just that we catch
meaning, if it bites & the line breaks or time runs out, the hook is still lost - right?
i wish real fishing gear worked like that