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Let's Fish: Sport Fishing Games. Fishing Simulator

Let's Fish: Sport Fishing Games. Fishing Simulator

Ten Square Games

Travel to the most fantastic fishing locations in the world and catch rare fish!

4.5 Ratings 710K+ Reviews 10M+ Downloads

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Travel to the most fantastic fishing locations in the world and catch rare fish!
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  • DEVELOPERS Please Fix Tournaments Sep 13, 2019

    By Glass Flute
    *Developers - please fix the Tournament section*: if I choose a Tournament type (Float/Spin/Sea) in a fishing spot that I don’t have access to - i.e. “Check Requirements” - I’m stuck for three hours waiting for the Tournament to finish so I can start another. Users need to be able to “back out” or cancel their assignment to a Tournament where they don’t have access to the fishing spot...or else, never assign a Tournament to players who don’t have access to that fishing spot. There are at least two ways to fix this, thank you. It would be 5 stars if you fixed this - great game, played for years! 🎣
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  • Aug 11, 2020

    By Jennifer Walworth
    This one gets it! Somehow I've never actually been fishing and find it very cruel but this is the next best thing combined with the satisfaction of tapping and collecting items to catch larger fish. The algorithm seems to be well thought out in terms of the payout vs cost of items. So far it's a keeper!
    more
  • Perfectly fine kids' fishing game! Jul 22, 2018

    By Free Fish!
    NOTE: This is a review by a kid and fish expert and from the person from Abyssrium and The Creature Garden. First of all, the game doesn't deserve a 12 and up rating. It seems perfectly fine and appropriate, especially for fish lovers. This is a game for fish experts who can identify fish. There are a lot of less-well known fish. And second, no random ads or crashes! Calling all kids, I will show you the fish! In North America, you will find bass in Lake St. Clair, salmon in Alaska, trout in Lake Tahoe, and a red marlin in the Gulf of Mexico! Fun fact, billfish can turn red when chasing fish to eat! That's just one of the things that I, as a fish expert know. In Asia, you will find carp in Japan, taimen in the Mekong, salmon shark in the Bering Sea, and catfish in the Qinghai Lake in China! You'll find roach and tench in Europe, tiger fish and tuna in Africa, peacock bass and dorado in South America, horn shark and cow fish in Australia, and even whales and ice fish in Antarctica! If you don't have the licenses or vehicles, just wait till a tournament comes 'round. They open normally closed areas to all of you! Happy fishing!
    more
  • Aug 7, 2020

    By Kamran Ali
    Wow i am loving it. I have just started playing it and living in an area where I cannot fulfill my aspiration of fishing makes this game more interesting and quite knowledgeable for me too. I wish i stay at giving you a 5 star. Really hoping!
    more
  • Pay to win May 17, 2019

    By Ben-Sleepin
    While I have enjoyed playing this game, there are so many restrictions on what you can buy because of the in game currency, bank notes. You hardly ever receive banknotes if you play for free and if you do purchase them, they go by so quickly because of the high prices. For example, if I wanted to buy the 125kg sea fishing tackle box and get the rod, lure, line, and reel at a 70% discount, I would need to pay 50$ in real world money. A suggestion I would make is to allow players to convert their earned coins into banknotes and for the banknotes to be constant with the coins. I mean this because some baits cost 1 bank note and 60 coins while others cost 1 bank note and 10 coins. Just make 1 bank note worth 100 coins and adjust accordingly. The banknotes have inhibited by experience because they make the game less fun. It is less fun because I know I would be doing as well as other players if I paid real money.
    more
  • Pay to progress Feb 28, 2019

    By Mcrory
    I played for 2 days thinking that this was one of the best games played in a very long time, I still think it has that potential but the pay to win is just ridiculous. Yes there are tournaments and the quests that you can win to move up a few levels. However it very soon becomes impossible to rank up unless you have bottomless pockets. I understand the developers should be paid for their work but guys the cost on this game is very bad form
    more
  • Not game app you should download on iOS Jan 7, 2019

    By T-Saylor
    This game is an international game made for a web browser. The company obviously cannot convert this to an app completely or don’t have the capabilities to keep up with iOS software changes. If you download this app, you will be at a distinct playing disadvantage as all the game features cannot be used on iOS platforms. The developers failed to convert this into an app friendly game and support staff do not even respond to inquires. V/R Tom
    more
  • Simplistic Jun 10, 2020

    By Nota fan46477
    Ok as a general time waster but very basic and unrealistic. Gameplay is just a matter of keeping the tension bar from hitting either extreme by pressing the screen to raise tension and releasing to lower it Fish weights are completely off the chart. Baitfish that max out at maybe 4-5” in real life weigh over 10 lbs in the game even at low levels and seem to just get bigger from there.
    more

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  • Perfectly fine kids' fishing game! Jul 22, 2018

    By Free Fish!
    NOTE: This is a review by a kid and fish expert and from the person from Abyssrium and The Creature Garden. First of all, the game doesn't deserve a 12 and up rating. It seems perfectly fine and appropriate, especially for fish lovers. This is a game for fish experts who can identify fish. There are a lot of less-well known fish. And second, no random ads or crashes! Calling all kids, I will show you the fish! In North America, you will find bass in Lake St. Clair, salmon in Alaska, trout in Lake Tahoe, and a red marlin in the Gulf of Mexico! Fun fact, billfish can turn red when chasing fish to eat! That's just one of the things that I, as a fish expert know. In Asia, you will find carp in Japan, taimen in the Mekong, salmon shark in the Bering Sea, and catfish in the Qinghai Lake in China! You'll find roach and tench in Europe, tiger fish and tuna in Africa, peacock bass and dorado in South America, horn shark and cow fish in Australia, and even whales and ice fish in Antarctica! If you don't have the licenses or vehicles, just wait till a tournament comes 'round. They open normally closed areas to all of you! Happy fishing!
    more
  • Aug 7, 2020

    By Kamran Ali
    Wow i am loving it. I have just started playing it and living in an area where I cannot fulfill my aspiration of fishing makes this game more interesting and quite knowledgeable for me too. I wish i stay at giving you a 5 star. Really hoping!
    more
  • Sep 7, 2020

    By Glenn Vadney
    Very enjoyable .... But it would be nice if you could change where you cast and if there wasn't always a fish in the spot where your bait lands.
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  • The Best Mobile Fishing Game I Have Ever Played Jul 16, 2018

    By Gavin Walling
    I Live This Game So Much There So Much Variety And So Much Species of fish and so many different fishing rods Lewers reels line bait so many places to fish you can do freshwater fishing Ocean fishing and river fishing every time you do one of those stains are so many variety of fish you can catch in each little spot highly recommend it if you love fishing her life to download this game it’s something you can do if you’re at work or on break or just a kid at home love it!!!!
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  • Issue with legendarys Dec 15, 2019

    By stvjhuxrdufg
    Dear developers please change how you have to connect facebook to be able to catch legendary it is not right to those who do not have facebook and just want to play the game please change this please and thank you I would like to add that overall you guys have done a great job on the game I notice a few spelling errors here there but it is great mechanics hope you fix this issue I presented to you thank you😁
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  • DEVELOPERS Please Fix Tournaments Sep 13, 2019

    By Glass Flute
    *Developers - please fix the Tournament section*: if I choose a Tournament type (Float/Spin/Sea) in a fishing spot that I don’t have access to - i.e. “Check Requirements” - I’m stuck for three hours waiting for the Tournament to finish so I can start another. Users need to be able to “back out” or cancel their assignment to a Tournament where they don’t have access to the fishing spot...or else, never assign a Tournament to players who don’t have access to that fishing spot. There are at least two ways to fix this, thank you. It would be 5 stars if you fixed this - great game, played for years! 🎣
    more
  • Aug 11, 2020

    By Jennifer Walworth
    This one gets it! Somehow I've never actually been fishing and find it very cruel but this is the next best thing combined with the satisfaction of tapping and collecting items to catch larger fish. The algorithm seems to be well thought out in terms of the payout vs cost of items. So far it's a keeper!
    more
  • Great fishing game Aug 16, 2018

    By PITO617
    Easy to pick up and start. Could use a little more instructional tutorials but easy to figure out. Nice for all ages. Younger little ones may need help at first but once you get it going it’s fun to discover new species as you upgrade your gear.
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  • Jul 30, 2020

    By Grant Esparza
    This game is one of my favorite games and I love that it has no ads in the game. The events are very fun. But when you can get 15 banknotes for reviewing I have to reload my game and it doesn't give me the banknotes.
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  • Aug 11, 2020

    By Bob Conrad
    A bit early for a review, but so far, it's fun. Gets a bit repetitive but at least it's not pounded full of ads like many others are.
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  • Pay to win May 17, 2019

    By Ben-Sleepin
    While I have enjoyed playing this game, there are so many restrictions on what you can buy because of the in game currency, bank notes. You hardly ever receive banknotes if you play for free and if you do purchase them, they go by so quickly because of the high prices. For example, if I wanted to buy the 125kg sea fishing tackle box and get the rod, lure, line, and reel at a 70% discount, I would need to pay 50$ in real world money. A suggestion I would make is to allow players to convert their earned coins into banknotes and for the banknotes to be constant with the coins. I mean this because some baits cost 1 bank note and 60 coins while others cost 1 bank note and 10 coins. Just make 1 bank note worth 100 coins and adjust accordingly. The banknotes have inhibited by experience because they make the game less fun. It is less fun because I know I would be doing as well as other players if I paid real money.
    more
  • Newbie opinion Sep 23, 2019

    By Daily-gifter
    I’m very new to this game, just a couple hours or so, but I’m not overly impressed so far. You cast and catch fish and that’s it. I’d like to see a lake or river, be able to travel by foot or boat and pick a hole, my gear and the whole thing like real life. Maybe I’m asking too much I don’t know, but that would be more fun for sure!!
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  • Try it Jun 2, 2018

    By Suton124
    Loads of fun, just wish their report a problem button would work, I’ve needed it more than a few times in the couple days of having the app.
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  • Pay to progress Feb 28, 2019

    By Mcrory
    I played for 2 days thinking that this was one of the best games played in a very long time, I still think it has that potential but the pay to win is just ridiculous. Yes there are tournaments and the quests that you can win to move up a few levels. However it very soon becomes impossible to rank up unless you have bottomless pockets. I understand the developers should be paid for their work but guys the cost on this game is very bad form
    more
  • Simplistic Jun 10, 2020

    By Nota fan46477
    Ok as a general time waster but very basic and unrealistic. Gameplay is just a matter of keeping the tension bar from hitting either extreme by pressing the screen to raise tension and releasing to lower it Fish weights are completely off the chart. Baitfish that max out at maybe 4-5” in real life weigh over 10 lbs in the game even at low levels and seem to just get bigger from there.
    more
  • Not game app you should download on iOS Jan 7, 2019

    By T-Saylor
    This game is an international game made for a web browser. The company obviously cannot convert this to an app completely or don’t have the capabilities to keep up with iOS software changes. If you download this app, you will be at a distinct playing disadvantage as all the game features cannot be used on iOS platforms. The developers failed to convert this into an app friendly game and support staff do not even respond to inquires. V/R Tom
    more

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