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                   F I S H I N G   R E S O R T
    
                   F A Q / F I S H I N G  G U I D E
    
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      TABLE OF CONTENTS
    
     Introduction.......................[INT]
     Beginner's FAQ.....................[BGF]
     Fishing FAQ........................[FHF]
     Misc FAQ...........................[MCF]
    
    Part 1. Area Information
    
     Main Areas
    
      Teman Paradise Beach..............[TPB]
      Pacar Beach.......................[PRB]
      Dua Ribu Lake.....................[DRL]
      Kanan Lake........................[KNL]
      Kerikil River.....................[KRR]
      Tidur River.......................[TDR]
      Panas Jungle......................[PNJ]
      Malam Jungle......................[MLJ]
    
     Other Areas
    
      Tropical Ocean....................[TRO]
      Temperate Ocean...................[TEO]
      Frigid Ocean......................[FRO]
      Sembilan Island...................[SMI]
      Sepuluh (Spool) Island............[SPI]
      Safir Cave........................[SFC]
      Gunan Es River....................[GER]
      Remak Es Lake.....................[REL]
      Patarpa River.....................[PTR]
      Rahaja Lake.......................[RHL]
      SPECIAL: Password Only Fish.......[POF]
    
    Part 2. Computer Information
    
       Awards
    
     Common.............................[CMN]
     Special............................[SPC]
     Miraculous.........................[MRC]
    
      Other
    
     Rankings...........................[RNK]
     Aquarium Profits...................[AQP]
     Settings...........................[STG]
    
    
    Part 3. The Aquarium................[AQM]
    
    Part 4. Checklists..................[CHL]
    
    
     Credits............................[CRT]
     Copyright Info.....................[CYR]
    
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      ==INTRODUCTION [INT]==
    
    Welcome to ac_helper's Fishing Resort Fishing Guide on GameFAQs.
    Anything you wanted to know about the fun game called Fishing
    Resort, and even stuff you didn't!
    
    Although there are a lot of wearable and fishing items, they won't be
    included here. I already have an Item Guide, also on GameFAQs, for
    your collecting pleasure:
    
    http://www.gamefaqs.com/wii/637335-fishing-resort/faqs/64806
    
    Happy Fishing!
    
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    ==BEGINNER'S FAQ [BGF]==
    
    If you have never fished in real life before, this game may help
    start a passion for that fun activity. Even if it doesn't, Fishing
    Resort offers many fun (and sometimes frustrating) hours of virtual
    fishing to pass the time away.
    
    On the Title Screen, you will notice a marlin shaped island, with
    a boat heading towards it. That's you, heading for all the fishing
    goodness this game has to offer!
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    I like to be able to make my character look like me!
    How much can I customize on my character before I
    start the game?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    Quite a bit! You get a nice range of options. So read on...
    
    Once you choose a file to start a character on, you get a choice
    of six different character types (first name is what they are known
    as in the game):
    
    1. Boy (little boy)
    2. Girl (little girl)
    3. Big Brother (teen boy)
    4. Big Sister (teen girl)
    5. Father (adult male)
    6. Mother (adult female)
    
    You can tell the main difference between them by how large
    their nose and body is. Little kids don't have a nose, and have
    a short body; teenagers have a small nose, with a tall thin body;
    and adults have a large nose, with a slightly less skinny body.
    
    You can cycle through several clothing choices as well, if you wish,
    but be aware that whatever clothing you DON'T choose will be in your
    suitcase once you begin, and you will be wearing what you did choose.
    There are several choices of shorts/skirts/pants, shirts, and shoes,
    which make up most of your default clothing choices.
    
    After choosing a character type, on the Skin tab, you can choose
    their skin color:
    
    1. very white
    2. white, slightly tanned
    3. dark, slightly tanned
    4. very dark
    
    Then there are seven choices of mouth/eyes, also on the Skin tab,
    some of which are different for each character type.
    
    The next tab, Hair, holds 12-13 hairstyle types, depending on
    gender and age range of your chosen character. Males have choices
    like a mohawk, bedhead, spiky hair, or bald; females have long hair,
    pigtails and ponytails, or short ("tomboy") cuts. You get eight
    different hair colors, all colors available to all character types:
    
    1. Reddish Brown
    2. Dark Brown
    3. Light Brown
    4. White
    5. Black
    6. Reddish Orange
    7. Sandy Blonde
    8. Platinum Blonde
    
    Next, the Eye tab holds the eye colors (available to all types):
    
    1. Chocolate Brown
    2. Dark Brown
    3. Light Brown
    4. Dark Grayish-Blue
    5. Gray
    6. Yellowish Green (Hazel)
    7. Blue
    8. Green
    
    After you are finally done with all that, you get a normal "QWERTY"
    keyboard so you can name your character (if you mess up, you can
    fix it later on the member card screen). You get quite a lot of
    options to create your own character, so you can make them as like,
    or unlike, you as you want!
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    So I created my character. Now what?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    A cutscene will begin with you on a boat, heading toward the resort
    island that will be your new home for quite awhile. As you pull into
    Teman Paradise Beach, you'll see someone on a charter boat showing
    off their catch to others on the dock-a prize Marlin! Small, colorful
    tropical fish teem in the clear blue waters as you pass by. It's
    high noon, and time to start your new fishing life!
    
    After you run to the man on the dock near the cruiser, you'll take
    his tutorial on how to catch a fish, and tasked with catching two of
    them. He then will give you his tackle (rod/reel/bait), and some
    more Free Bait, then ask you if you've checked in. Since you haven't,
    you will then find yourself in the Hotel Fishing Resort lobby, at the
    check-in/out desk. The nice woman there will direct you to the fish
    turn in counter to your right, so go there and get the two fish you
    caught converted into points. At this time you'll find you have
    1,000 points to start out with, and the few you get from the two
    fish will be added to your balance.
    
    Unfortunately, if you choose to visit the bulletin board at this
    time, you will notice it's too late to sign up for anything, and
    if you try to go back outside, you can only walk in a narrow strip
    near the desks/bulletin board. At least you can grab the Teman
    map from the board, if you want, and this ends your very first day
    at the Fishing Resort!
    
    The next day you will find you can freely fish and participate in
    events, and do quests, etc., at your own pace. Have fun!
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    I'm still at Teman Paradise Beach, but I'm not making a lot of
    points as quickly as I thought, and I'm tired of all these tiny
    fish! How do I make more points so I can move on to other areas?
    (In other words: "Helper, this is BORING. When can I have some
    real FUN?")
    
    =ANSWER:=
    It is advisable to upgrade your rod & reel combo quickly, since it
    won't hold up well when a medium sized fish hits the line. In this
    game, you earn points for each fish caught, and the bigger the fish,
    the more points it's worth. You can also catch trash (driftwood,
    weeds, etc), and it is worth a little, but the fish are better paying.
    To get more points quickly, try doing target cards (on the bulletin
    boards) and doing the quests in an area to get more points to buy
    better equipment with. The only place you can buy the rods, reels,
    and clothing is the Teman Fish Shop, which you will need to complete
    a quest to open. You can buy different baits and lures from the
    stands on the counters of the different resort fishing areas, if
    you need to. When first starting, you will likely only have enough
    points for the colored baits, and maybe some Quick Hitter. Some
    fish don't like certain colored bait, so be aware if you use it alot.
    
    You have to spend points to make points, as the saying goes.
    Do the quests, and do target cards every day, and buy one of the
    medium rods & m/l reels. I'd advise the 2 Star rod/reel (Tourist/
    Hunter). Yes the reel is medium/large, but you CAN use it to catch
    both small and medium fish. This combo only costs 5,400 points,
    so it should give you some leeway to buy some Quick Hitter to go
    with the rod/reel combo.
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    I'm using cheap baits, like Free, Basic, or the colored baits to
    save points, but I'm not catching some of the rarer fish! Do I
    HAVE to use expensive Rainbow for everything?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    Quick Hitter is a good cheap alternative to Rainbow as far as
    the all-around baits are concerned, at least until you get enough
    points to just use Rainbow for all of your bait fishing. Free/Basic
    baits are just really cheap baits that seems to only attract common
    fish, so I really don't like using them for any length of time. At
    Teman, Quick Hitter is what I'd advise. Yes, it IS a little more
    expensive than the different colored baits, but seems to work better
    for those picky fish that won't take cheap baits.
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    I'm sick of Teman! I want to leave and go somewhere else N.O.W.!
    Can I go to either of the other available areas (Dua Ribu Lake or
    the Panas Jungle) after only a couple of days at Teman?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    Teman Paradise Beach is a great place to start honing your fishing
    techniques, until you feel comfortable enough to move to another
    area. Much like any video game, you need to work your way up
    to better equipment, different areas, and larger fish. You can leave
    Teman once you feel you can comfortably catch larger and more
    ferocious fish. Dua Ribu Lake has some easy quests and easy small
    fish to catch; however, Panas Jungle's quests require you to have
    Extra Large tackle to catch the more lucrative fish.
    If you are really getting antsy, go to Dua Ribu and do most of the
    quests and some fishing, then reurn to Teman once you have enough
    points for an XL rod and reel, then go to Panas. Remember, it's
    supposed to be fun, not feel like a chore. This ISN'T a fishing
    RPG, you know! ;)
    
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      ==FISHING FAQ [FHF]==
    
    Although fishing in this game is designed to be more productive
    than in real life, it can still be as stressful if you don't use the
    proper equipment for the fish you want to catch. The right bait,
    rod, and reel all make for a better chance to get that S Rank fish
    you've always wanted. Pay attention to your fish book (in the
    suitcase in your room) to see the fish sizes, and which size tackle
    (rod/reel/bait) to use for them. (Or just use this guide!)
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    My tackle doesn't seem to be big/small enough to catch a certain
    fish. What tackle sizes are compatible with which sized fish?
    
    =ANSWER:=
     *Small fish can be caught using small OR medium tackle
     *Medium fish can be caught using small OR medium tackle
     *Large fish can be caught using large OR extra large tackle
     *Extra large fish can be caught using large OR extra large tackle
    
    A medium sized fish CAN be attracted to bait using small tackle;
    but it is really hard to reel it in, and it usually gets away. This
    is why I advise you to get enough points to get medium sized tackle
    as quickly as possible. If you use medium tackle for small and
    medium fish, it should be quite a bit easier to catch the smaller
    fish too.
    
    Large fish are easier to catch using extra large (XL), and extra
    large fish may get away when using large tackle. So basically,
    you really only need medium sized and extra large sized tackle
    if you want to save your points. There are three different ranks
    of tackle:
     *1 star - OK for starting out, upgrade as soon as possible
      (the only 1 star rod/reel is the one you get at the game's start)
     **2 star - OK all-around tackle, until you have enough for the best
     ***3 star - THE best tackle to own, expensive, but well worth it!
    
    The 3 star XL rod/reel combo cannot be bought; it can only be
    acquired by completing all 33 quests. You then get it as a reward.
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    I noticed there are different sizes of fish species, and different
    ranks of fish sizes after I catch one. What are the ranks, and what
    happens if I catch the largest rank in a species? (Or, "Helper, look!
    I got a shiny gold "S" by a fish name, and want MORE of these!")
    
    =ANSWER:=
    The fish in this game are given letter ranks depending on how
    large for their species they are. The ranks are:
    
     *"E" (smallest size)
     *"D" (below average size)
     *"C" (average size)
     *"B" (above average size)
     *"A" (almost the largest size)
     *"S" (largest size)
    
    Don't ask me why "S" rank is the largest, perhaps it means "special"
    or something. If you get an "S" rank fish, it will show 3 profiles
    of it as it leaps from the water (one from each side, one from
    front). (The only area this won't happen is the Golden Cliff area at
    Teman Paradise Beach, where you will only see it leap just once, if
    a fish is "S" ranked.) Each rank for each fish has its own size
    range, where each range could be as little as one inch, or as large
    as several feet! Even if you "S" rank a fish, you may catch a larger
    or smaller "S" rank of it at a later date. (The S ranks you see
    listed here are the S ranks I have on my main file; you may get a
    slightly different size when you S rank a fish.)
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    Thanks for the info on the size ranks! But I noticed when I turn in
    the fish for the day, I get points bonuses on some fish, but not on
    others. Why is this? And sometimes when I catch fish, I'll get a
    points bonus right after I catch it. Why?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    Well, that's actually TWO questions, but I'll answer them both
    at the same time for you.
    
    The Daily catch:
    Each fish is worth a base amount of points (the Resort's currency),
    with bonuses for larger ranked fish (this is true for trash too):
    
     *"B" rank = 1.5X size bonus
     *"A" rank = 2X size bonus
     *"S" rank = 3X size bonus!
    
    If you use a target card for a certain fish (more on that later), you
    will also see a 2X points bonus for each of the target fish you
    catch, in addition to any other size bonuses you get for it!
    
    One Time Catch:
    When you catch a fish, and it is "E", "D", "C", or "B", then catch
    the same fish later and get an "A" or "S" rank, you will get a
    1,000 point bonus for the size increase. If you S rank a fish on
    the first time you catch it (rare, but possible), you don't get
    any 1,000 point bonuses for its size. This also holds true for any
    trash you catch. At times, if you S rank a fish, and get a larger S
    rank later, you may get the 1,000 point bonus again.
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    Hey! I noticed I leveled up a rank after catching some fish.
    What is this, and how do I rank up faster?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    Since the fish have ranks, it would seem logical that you would have
    ranks to progress through, and you would be correct. Your member
    card changes color depending on what rank you are. The higher your
    rank, the more activities you can participate in, and the better
    your chances of reeling in that big lunker. The amount of new fish
    and the sizes of the fish you catch both contribute to your ranking
    up, and how fast you do it.
    
    The ranks, from lowest to highest:
    
     *Visitor: you start with this (blue member card)
     *Rookie Ranks 10-1: After your first three new fish, you'll rank up
      to Rookie Rank 10. Then it goes 9, 8, 7, etc, until Rookie Rank 1
      (green member card).
     *Amateur Ranks 10-1: Ranks 10, 9, 8, etc. (orange member card).
     *Expert Ranks 10-1: Ranks 10, 9, 8, etc. (purple member card).
     *World Champion (gold member card).
     *Fishing King (after catching a King of Herrings) (red member card).
    
    There is no exact number of fish caught for most ranks because the
    number changes depending on the fish sizes you catch; larger and
    S-rank fish help you rank faster.
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    Hey! I don't see the fish shadow I want to see out in the water.
    Can I change the fish I can catch in an area, and how, if so?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    In Fishing Resort, most of the time you can distinguish which fish
    may be in large groups of different types of fish. Use your book
    to learn what each fish in an area looks like so you can go after
    the fish you want. After you catch a fish for the first time, it will
    be entered into the book so you can see their info.
    
    The red, blue, and yellow baits can be good to make some fish in a
    large group disappear, leaving others you may want to catch. Try
    casting a certain color bait out near a large group of different fish,
    and whichever ones vanish are those that don't like that color bait.
    (I know I said I don't use the differently colored baits; I don't use
    them for normal fishing. If I want to NOT catch certain fish, I do
    use a Red, Blue, or Yellow bait to eliminate some fish.)
    
    Resetting the large groups of fish is easy enough to do; just cast
    out, wait, then reel the line back in. The fish near the line will
    vanish, and others will eventually appear. If you are looking for
    a certain fish and don't see it, reset the fish groups and look
    again, or reset again until you do see it.
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    I see two or more different fish nibbling at my bait, but I only
    wanted to catch one of them! What do I do now?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    It may be difficult to tell which fish is the one actually nibbling
    and which one(s) are waiting for the other to leave. Even though one
    of the fish is moving up and down, it may NOT be the one actually
    doing the nibbling. About the only thing you can do is wait and
    see which fish disappears after it's done; that was the one that was
    nibbling. At times, they all may vanish after only one of them
    was done, and there's nothing you can do about that but reel the
    line in and recast it near another fish group.
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    Oops! I can see the fish I hooked before I reel it in, and I
    don't really want it. How do I let it go?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    To quickly let a fish go, if you're doing regular or cruiser fishing,
    just turn the Wiimote the opposite way the screen icon tells you to
    and STOP reeling. The line tension gauge on the screen will go
    through the green, then light and dark blue bars, and eventually the
    fish will snap the line and be freed. You get about 120 ft of line
    on non trolling tackle, but most smaller fish won't use all that
    before they snap the line. You WILL lose your bait, though (but
    not a lure).
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    Sometimes after I cast the line, I find it returned to me, and my
    character has a black cloud over their head, and shakes their head
    in shame, then gets ready to re-cast the line out. What happened?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    You tried to cast onto the land to see if you could, didn't you?
    Well, you can't. While you CAN get the line snagged on reedy grass
    or a tree branch (and get an award the first time you do it), you
    cannot cast onto any land area itself. The cute little animation
    can get quite annoying if you like to fish close to land, so learn
    to sniper cast so you know where the line is going to end up.
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    I heard a voice say something when I set the hook after a fish hit
    the line! Was I hearing things? And why do I see different colors
    on the line tension gauge after setting the hook?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    Oh, boy! Two more questions at once! OK, I'll answer them
    both at the same time.
    
    When a fish hits the bait, and you pull up to set the hook, you will
    notice you are graded on how fast and how well you do this. The
    better you do, the faster you can begin reeling in the fish:
    
     *Excellent (voice: Excellent!) - color range: start of green
     *Great (voice: Great!) - color range: yellow
     *Good (voice: Good!) - color range: orange
     *Hit (voice: Fish On!) - color range: red
    
    And no, you were not hearing things. A voice really does tell you
    how you did!
    
    If you get anything other than Excellent or Great, STOP reeling
    for little bit to let the line return to the green range. Then you
    can start reeling the fish in again.
    
    As for the colors on the line tension gauge, these tell you when it's
    safe to reel and not to reel. The gauge is divided into 2 sides; the
    left side is when you don't reel enough, and the right is for when
    you reel enough to too much. The very top of the gauge is green;
    it's advisable to stay near this area as much as possible (except
    for one notable fish, which you'll learn about later).
    
    The left side goes downwards from green, and goes through light
    blue hues into dark blue hues. When it reaches the lowest possible
    point (very dark blue), the line will snap and free the fish. The
    left side is for very low to no line tension.
    On the other side, the colors go through a couple of hues of:
    green, yellow, orange, and red. Once it reaches the lowest possible
    point (very deep red), the line will snap and free the fish. The
    right side is for high to very high line tension. For both sides,
    right before the fish will snap the line, the edges of the screen
    will turn red and the tension gauge vibrates; this is the final
    danger warning you will get before the fish gets away.
    
    Note that when you are reeling in a fish, you CAN press "B" when
    reeling to reel the fish in a little faster, BUT the line tension
    gauge will move to red faster. For small fish, it's not usually a
    problem, but with larger and more ferocious fish, you will have to
    learn when to use "B", and when not to use it.
    
    =QUESTION:=
    Hey, Helper! I can't seem to stop the Wiimote icon from coming
    up. I always face it the wrong way! How do I do better?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    You may see the Wiimote icon come up if it's not facing the right
    way as you're reeling, but if you watch your character, you can
    anticipate which way to turn the Wiimote before you need to. If
    your character is standing up, watch how they reel in a fish when
    the Wiimote is correctly turned: they will be leaning back the same
    way the Wiimote is pointing, smoothly reeling, and sometimes pulling
    back on the rod. If the Wiimote is turned the wrong way, your
    character will be leaning forward, with one foot off the ground,
    trying to reel, and generally looking uncomfortable. If they're
    sitting down, they will still lean forward and look uncomfortable.
    
    Since some fish like to move from one side of the area to the other
    as you're reeling them in, anticipating which way to move the Wiimote
    BEFORE the icon comes up helps to keep the line tense without letting
    the fish go or snapping the line. Your character will always try to
    lean in the OPPOSITE direction the fish is pulling. For instance, if
    the fish is on the RIGHT side of the screen, your character will
    lean LEFT and pull the rod from that way. If the fish decides to
    move to the left, you will want to slowly begin to turn the Wiimote
    to the right. Once the fish gets to the middle of the screen, the
    Wiimote should be pointed almost straight by then, then move farther
    right as the fish goes farther left. (It actually takes longer to
    explain than it does to practice, so you shouldn't have too many
    problems doing this, since you know the trick to it now.)
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    OOPS! Helper, I hooked a fish, and it's stuck behind something!
    What do I do to get it unstuck so I can finish reeling it in?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    Fish, when on your line, can sometimes fight themselves behind a
    rock or tree branch. About the only thing you can do is turn the
    Wiimote the wrong way for a brief time, and slowly reel, then turn
    it the correct way and reel, and change it from the right way to the
    wrong way until the fish becomes unstuck and begins to come in to
    you again. There ARE times when a fish can become stuck under the
    land as well, so just use the same method to get it out from under
    the land.
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    Sometimes I notice that my character will have an exclamation point
    above their head after they hook a fish. What does that mean?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    I have absolutely no idea. It's not to indicate a good fish hooked,
    because I've seen my character have that when they catch TRASH!
    I've had it happen on E - S ranked fish, and trash. So it could
    just be a cute little thing that sometimes happens.
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    Wow! I caught a lunker, and it leaped out from the water! But
    it wasn't an S ranked fish. What happened?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    Some large/extra large fish will leap out of the water, no matter
    where you are, and no matter what size rank for their species they
    are. The only ones that do the three profiles are the S ranked fish,
    however.
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    You mentioned sizes of fish in your last answer, Helper. How do
    I determine what size range a particular fish species is in so I
    know what size tackle to use for it?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    The game itself gives you a general range, when you look at the
    rods and reels for sale at the Teman Fish Shop. Note that the sizes
    are not exact; a medium fish MAY need large size tackle to catch
    it. It seems the S rank size helps determine what size a fish
    species is. The game says these are the general size ranges:
    
     *Small: under 1.64 ft
     *Medium: from 1.64 ft to 3.28 ft
     *Large: from 3.28 ft to 6 ft
     *Extra Large: over 6 ft
    
    Note that these sizes don't always hold true for some fish; it's
    possible the sizes were converted from the metric system, and if
    so, then they won't always match the size range. Some fish listed
    as "medium/large" take large sized tackle to catch, and some fish
    listed as "medium" are quite small compared to other medium fish.
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    I went on a ferryboat fishing tour, Helper. I had fun, but I didn't
    actually catch anything but trash! Got any tips for next time?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    Ferry/cruiser fishing in the open ocean can be fun, as long as you
    are aware of a few things:
    
    Your cruiser and the ferryboat both have a special item to use -
    a fish finder. You'll notice a round circle with little dots on the
    bottom left of your screen, with a line through the top middle.
    It has four letters representing the four directions around it:
    N(orth), S(outh), E(ast), and W(est).
    
    This tells you which way you're facing, and the top line tells you
    where your line of sight is, and where your line will end up.
    When you stop the boat, and fish off of it, make sure the top middle
    line intersects a group of dots. Try casting close to a dot group,
    and wait until you feel a bite. When you are on a ferryboat tour,
    no such luck with moving the boat; you should WATCH the other NPCs
    that may be on the tour with you. Watch where and how far out they
    toss their line, and follow their lead if you see them reeling in
    a fish, because sometimes the fish finder will tell you there's
    nothing in the area near the ferryboat.
    
    When using small/medium tackle, you can catch seaweed and/or
    driftwood (trash), and if you catch too much you may get discouraged.
    Take heart! All good fishermen have this happen to them at times.
    For small/medium tackle, try casting right at a dot (the middle line
    is intersecting the dot), instead of near a dot group, to ensure the
    fish sees the bait. No need for this caution when using large/extra
    large tackle; just cast at a dot group and wait; something will bite
    eventually.
    
    The outer fish finder boundary says "50m" (meters), but it MAY
    mean "50 ft" instead (maybe a localization problem from the
    Japanese version to the English version?). Either way, you will
    want to aim at dot groups in the innermost ring of the finder.
    I've noticed I get better results when I cast from about 6-15
    ft out from the boat with Wide Range. Quick Hitter can be used, but
    I would advise you to cast almost right at a dot (no matter the size
    of the tackle) and wait to see if it bites.
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    Hey, Helper! Thanks for the ferryboat/cruiser fishing tips! How
    about some trolling tips, too?
    
    =QUESTION:=
    Ok, here ya go!
    
    When trolling for fish, you get just one trolling rod/reel when you
    buy the cruiser. You can buy another four, for a total of five, from
    the Teman shop after you buy the cruiser (they cost 30,000 points
    each, for a total of 120,000 points). When you have all five, they
    are set up in this order on the boat's rear:
    4  2  1  3  5
    (In other words, the one in the middle is set up first, then the
    ones on the left, then right side, at lastly the outer left, then
    right side rods.)
    So use your baits wisely with this info. You get five differently
    colored baits, which I will number from 1-5, going from
    left to right.
    There are certain trolling routes, and you will eventually end up
    on one of them depending on where you start your trolling session.
    
    When going on a trolling tour, you only get 3 rods/reels, and are
    not able to change trolling routes, so set your lines accordingly.
    Your lines are ordered this way:
    2 1 3
    So make the best use of these three depending on where you are
    are trolling that day.
    
    There are three separate commands to reel in a fish while trolling:
    
    1. shake the Wiimote quickly up and down
    2. turn the Wiimote either left or right
    3. reel with the Nunchuk
    
    Shaking the Wiimote slowly elevates the rod, turning it left or
    right keeps the line taut, and reeling, well, reels in the fish.
    As you reel, the rod dips down, which means you'll have to start
    shaking it again afterwards. The three commands ALWAYS appear
    in that listed order. When the number of feet out the fish is reaches
    0.00, it's time to tap "A" repeatedly, until the fish does its leap
    from the water. Then you get to see what you've caught, and its
    size.
    
    To quickly let a trolling fish go, shake, then turn the Wiimote to
    follow the commands, but on the reel command, just stop reeling.
    It will take about 10-15 seconds for the fish to be freed, depending
    on its size and ferocity. You get around 332 ft of line with
    your trolling tackle.
    
    Now and then, you may find you see two or three rods get a hit at the
    same time. So what do you do then? Just choose one and go with it!
    That's the only thing you can really do. If you remember how you
    placed your bait, and know which fish you want prefers what bait,
    and make an educated guess; or just quickly choose one and hope
    for the best!
    
    ============================================
    
     ==MISC FAQ [MCF]==
    
    More questions about any and every other thing related to, but
    not exactly about, fishing.
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    Hey, Helper! I noticed I have a suitcase that my character takes
    everywhere, along with a laptop. What's in these things?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    Your helpful suitcase does in fact go everywhere with you, for good
    reason! There are several items you cannot do without inside of it:
    
     *Top left: Album-This is your photo album. Save any pictures you
      take with your camera here. No, sorry, you cannot save any pics
      to an SD card.
     *Top middle: Fish Book-THE all important fish book that holds the
      fish info you need to get the best of the fish at the resort. Areas
      are grayed out until you catch a fish from that area.
     *Top right: Journal-This holds your daily doings. The suitcase
      journal holds around a month's worth of daily logs; things like
      fish/trash caught (and in what area); what activities done; what
      shopping, if any, done; what target fish you chose; and a picture,
      if you took any.
     *Bottom: Clothing-this large, seemingly bottomless area holds all
      the clothing you've bought at the Teman Fish Shop, as well as any
      special clothes you've gotten as a reward, and the default clothes
      you began the game with. The items are sorted the same way they
      are in the Teman Shop for your convenience.
    
    The laptop gives you Award info, has the Aquarium Profits info
    (after you become the Director), and holds the Settings, for
    changing certain things (see more on the laptop info in Section 2:
    Computer Information).
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    I don't get to fish all the time, Helper. Why not? I notice the
    time seems to pass so FAST, and change from light to dark so
    quickly. How does the time passing work?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    This game uses "day" and "night" times for fishing, along with
    a yearly calendar, which begins on the date you begin the file
    you fish on. Normal fishing times are 7 AM-7 PM, with a "day" passing
    in real time in about 25-30 minutes. You normally awaken at 7 AM,
    and can fish until 7 PM. Exceptions to this are when you have two
    items: an alarm clock, and a night pass. After you get a night pass,
    you can go fishing from 7 PM to 12 AM (1900-2400 hours); after you
    get an alarm clock you can get up at 5 AM. You need to talk to the
    person running the fish turn-in area to use your night pass, but your
    alarm clock is put in your room for you to use. Neither of these
    items can be used when fishing from the cruiser, though.
    
    Every two hours, on the even numbered hours, you will see a small
    clock with the time on the upper right of your screen, for you to
    keep track of what time it is in-game. Fishing resort uses a 24
    hour clock, so be aware of that. If you have problems with telling
    time using a 24 hour clock, just take the time you see and subtract
    12 if it's after 12 PM. For instance: 20:00. Use 20 - 12 = 8 (8 PM).
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    So I've seen lots about the time in the game. How important
    IS the time here when participating in certain activities?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    It's pretty important. Bulletin board activities can be signed up
    for from 7 AM - 12 PM (except for fishing contests, which can be
    entered until the day before), and can end at a certain time (usually
    5 PM), or take a certain amount of hours to complete. Keep an eye
    on your clock (press the plus [+] button to bring up your journal,
    it tells you the time and date) and you'll stay ahead of things!
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    Please answer one more time related question please, Helper! I
    notice when I catch a fish for a quest, and it's too late, the person
    I'm supposed to report the catch to disappeared! I have to turn in
    the fish, so will it still count if I report the catch the next day?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    Yes it will! The game records when you catch a fish for a quest, so
    even if you have to turn it in at the end of the day before you
    report it to the quest person, if you talk to them the next day
    it will count for the quest.
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    It seems the weather changes in this game, or am I imagining
    things again? And if it does, does it affect the fish at all?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    In Fishing Resort, weather does change slightly, with three
    different types of weather available:
    
     *partly cloudy (small puffy white clouds float across the sky)
     *overcast (dark grayish sky, no sun at all)
     *clear and sunny (beautiful clear blue sky)
    
    There are no actual rainy or snowy days here, and I'm not sure if
    the weather affects which fish are more common. The weather DOES
    change the reflectivity of the water, though, so if you are having
    trouble seeing, wait until a different time of day, or go to sleep
    and change the day and hopefully the weather will change. OR, just
    tough it out like a real fisherman does!
    
    It's rare to know before you go outside at the resort areas what the
    weather is like, so you'll need to step outside to get a feel for how
    the weather that day will be.
    You CAN see the weather when you get up for the day on the cruiser,
    though. You have four portholes (two on each side), and you can see
    white & blue sky (partly cloudy), gray/white clouds (overcast),
    deep blue sky (clear and sunny) if you look at them before your
    character leaves the cabin (meaning YOU; your character cannot
    actually run up to them since access to them is blocked by the bed
    and countertops).
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    I've noticed on sunny days, when I face the sun, it gets in my eyes
    and I can't see anything (just like in real life!). Is there anything
    I can do to make this stop?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    No, sorry, there's not much you can do but face AWAY from the sun,
    as you do in real life. Sunglasses on your character only serve as a
    cool wearable, and do nothing for YOU.
    
    No matter what area you are at, the sun rises near the northwest
    (left side of the screen), and sets near the northeast (right side
    of the screen). In some areas this is more noticeable than others,
    like Teman or Pacar Beach. In some areas, the sun is not quite as
    bad, as in the Panas or Malam Jungles.
    Lens flare (the sun shining at the camera lens) is an annoyance,
    and there's not much you can do but turn your character away from
    the sun at the worst times of day, mainly sunrise and sunset.
    
    When trolling, this becomes more of a problem if you are facing the
    sun as you are trolling. You cannot even see any of the tackle on
    the boat, to see when it bends after it gets a hit. The only things
    I've managed to do are: stop the boat and face another direction
    and start trolling again, or keep the "hand" over the tackle and
    just keep pressing "A" as I sweep the hand over all the rods.
    Sometimes the changing direction thing does not work because of
    the fact the trolling routes are fixed, and if you stop and change
    direction, the boat will automatically swing the way it was before
    once it gets back on the trolling route! If that happens, I just
    use the "blind sweep" method then, until the sun goes up or down
    enough to not be a problem anymore.
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    Hey, cool! I can talk to other NPCs in this game. Who can I
    talk to, and what do they say/do? (And just WHAT is an "NPC"?)
    
    =ANSWER:=
    There are several types of NPCs you can interact with in this game.
    They will have a speech bubble with an icon inside above their head,
    indicating you can talk to them:
    
     *Exclamation Point: These NPCs are important people. There are
     three types of NPCs with an overhead exclamation point:
      -Quest NPCs (they start and end the various area quests)
      -Fishing License (you need to buy a license to open some areas)
      -Fishing teachers (the only 2 non proctors are the normal & lure
       teachers at Teman and Dua Ribu)
     *Green Star: These are proctors, or teachers, of various skills,
       like the lure proctors, or the ProFISHency Test proctors. Some
       proctors will be part of a quest, and if they have an exclamation
       point over their head, after you talk to them it will change into
       a green star, and they won't vanish afterwards.
     *Green Check Mark: These NPCs are in charge of the transportation
       rentals. You can rent bikes, kayaks, inflatable rafts & speedboats
       at the different areas (which ones depend on the area's layout).
       The NPC you need to talk to after you register for a trolling
       tour has a check mark as well, but he only helps you after
       you've registered for a trolling tour (Teman only).
     *Fish: These NPCs want to challenge you to a little contest, just
       between the two of you. If you accept a challenge, here are the
       types and rules-
       -Types:
      -the largest fish
      -the number of fish caught
         Rules:
      -time limit is normally three (in-game) hours
      -inset area map always displayed at upper left during challenge
      -you cannot warp to another area, but can run somewhere else
      -you get a time bar in the upper left of the screen
      -when the time bar runs out, the challenge is done
      -you will automatically reappear at the challenge area
      -you will auto compare fish with the other challenger
      -no penalty for a loss; 1,000 or more point bonus for a win
      -you can do more than one per day, but none after 4 PM
    Some challengers you will see at more than one area; if you talk to
    them again at another area, they will remember your name, and ask
    if you want another challenge. If you accept and win again, the
    reward points go up each time you win against them.
     *3 Dots (...): These NPCs just want to make a comment; sometimes
       they will talk about not catching anything, or about the target
       card on the bulletin board they chose. If you are in the Aquarium,
       they may comment about it being amazing that one person caught
       all the fish there!
    
    (Just for those who don't play a lot of games, and wonder what in
    the world an "NPC" is: it stands for "Non Playable Character". In
    an RPG, or Role Playing Game, an NPC refers to a character that's
    part of the game, and sells items, or gives out quest info, or tips,
    or is just one of the background characters. Those characters are
    not able to be played or controlled by the player at any time.)
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    Thanks for the NPC info, Helper! I have 1 more question about NPCs.
    Sometimes I'll see a few when I go fishing, but on another day I'll
    see tons of them everywhere, and they ALL seem to be fishing! I can't
    even go to my favorite fishing spot because it's teeming with boats
    and NPCs! What's going on?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    If you suddenly notice tons more NPCs, and they're all fishing,
    you've come out to fish on Fishing Tournament day. You may even
    notice they're in kayaks, even though you cannot rent a kayak in
    that area. They really don't do anything but get in your way if
    you're not participating in the contest yourself. You may even
    notice they invaded areas where you never see anyone!
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    Since this is sort of an open-ended game, with no real ending,
    is there anywhere I can go to see the game credits?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    There sure is! At Teman Paradise Beach, in your room, you may have
    noticed a large, flat screen TV near the rear wall. Go to it, and
    choose to watch it; and then choose to view the game credits. I
    heartily recommend doing this at least once. You get some great
    views of Fishing Resort, along with the names of those responsible
    for the different parts of the game.
    
    
    =QUESTION:=
    Non video game question, Helper. I noticed someone has your guide
    up on their website, and it's not GameFAQs! What do I do?
    
    =ANSWER:=
    Contact me ASAP at: ac_helper (at) yahoo (dot) com
    and let me know where the guide is!
    GameFAQs is the only site allowed to put up my guide. There are
    disreputable sites that steal guides from anyone and everyone to
    make a quick buck, along with people that convert stolen guides
    into ebooks/apps and SELL them. I will have this guide up only at
    GameFAQs and no ebook/app selling. This guide will be here for free
    to anyone needs to use it.
    
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      ===PART 1: AREA INFORMATION===
    
    
       ++MAIN AREAS++
    
    There are eight main areas of the island, and to conquer the game,
    you will need to fish at them all! Three are open from the start, but
    the other five are closed until you fulfill the requirements to open
    them. Three of these areas have access to the open ocean.
    
    All info for these areas will be separated into 4 parts:
    -General
    -Fish
    -Quests
    -Activities
    
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
      ==TEMAN PARADISE BEACH [TPB]==
    
    
     =GENERAL INFORMATION=
    
    Teman Paradise Beach is where you'll begin your game. Most of the
    fish here are small or medium sized (with a few notable exceptions),
    and seem to like about any kind of bait. The quests here range from
    easy (finding a certain person to open the shop) to the most
    difficult (gaining access to the cruiser). There are some beautiful
    points of interest, and the clear waters teem with gorgeous fish.
    Staying here only costs 100 points per day (until you get an award
    that reduces this, and all other hotel stays, by 50%).
    
    After you grab the map (from the bulletin board), check these areas
    out!
    (Like in all areas, you can only warp to flagged points AFTER you've
    visited them at least once. I recommend taking a bike ride through
    all of Teman to pass by all the available warp points.)
    
      Warp Points:
    
    --Hotel Fishing Resort--
    Warping here will set you down in the pool area right outside the
    lobby (although you can't take a swim, oh well). Walk right, to the
    guy renting bicycles if you want a fun way to see Teman! A bike
    rental is only 20 points per day.
    
    --Teman Paradise Beach--
    This warp will put you right of the entrance to the long dock that
    holds the kayak rental area. A kayak is 50 points per day. You can
    also fish off this dock from the areas with no fence. Go to the
    right a little to find three dark colored rocks; tiny fish like the
    Ocellaris Clownfish and Seahorse love to take shelter here.
    
    --Shop Waterhouse--
    You'll end up in front of the Teman Fish Shop, where you can buy
    rods, reels, bait, and clothing. Make sure you have enough points
    to buy whatever you need to catch that big lunker! The cruiser is
    just a short walk up from here as well. Walk all the way up and to
    the right to get to the place you took the first tutorial; the same
    fisherman is here, and you can fish freely off the dock.
    
    --Big Catch Rock--
    Although it looks as if this warp point is named for Feest Cove,
    it's not; the map simply puts Feest Cove's name beside the area.
    You end up in front of Big Catch Rock. Walk forward onto the rock;
    you can fish from either left or right, or from the very front of
    this large rock. You may notice some game lag here, so be aware
    of that. Your Wii is NOT malfunctioning.
    
    --Golden Cliff--
    This warp point will drop you behind the gazebo type structure here.
    Walk forward, and marvel at the view, to get to the Cliff to fish.
    If you S rank a fish here, it will simply show one profile as it
    leaps from the water.
    
    
      Non warp map/non map areas:
    
    --Feest Cove--
    This area's opening can be easily missed; it's a little to the right
    of Big Catch Rock. The opening is flanked on each side by a large
    bush so you can find it.
    
    --Teman Paradise Beach (West)--
    It's not actually named this on your map, but the Fish Guide in your
    suitcase does mean this area when it mentions a fish can be found
    here. This area encompasses the beach to the left (or "behind") the
    shop up to the rock wall boundary.
    
    --Kayak Center Freedom--
    This is where you can rent a kayak for a day, if you like. You can go
    out to Kayaker's Shallow to catch Parrotfish or Flounder. You can
    even fish at the very end of this long dock.
    
    --Teman Paradise Beach (East)--
    This area is to the right of the main beach area; there's no name
    on your map, but your fish book mentions it. This area holds the
    XL Red Stingray, along with Lionfish and a few assorted small
    fish. This area includes the long arm of land that juts out into
    the water.
    
    --Aquarium--
    This is not anywhere on your map, but the entrance is found inside
    the lobby, on the right. See all the fish you catch end up in here,
    and take a relaxing tour (or a nap!) and stop time, just for awhile.
    (See more about the Aquarium in Section 3 of this guide.)
    
    
      ++++++++++++++++++++++
    
        =FISH=
    
    These go in order of the pages in the Fish Guide, found
    in your room in the suitcase. Fish go from top to bottom,
    left to right.
    
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      ---PAGE 1---
    
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      Fish Name: BLOTCHY SILLAGO
    
      Index Number: #171
    
      Location(s) Found: Big Catch Rock & (Pacar Beach) Villa Mirador
    
      Points Worth: 115
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.06 ft
    
      Notes: You can also find these at Golden Cliff, and around the Shop
      area, at the dock you first take the fishing tutorial at. They are
      pale and quite skinny and can be annoyingly easy to catch.
    
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      Fish Name: CLOWNFISH
    
      Index Number: #054
    
      Location(s) Found: Kayak Center Freedom & Teman Paradise Beach
    
      Points Worth: 60
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.59 ft
    
      Notes: These are dark and light striped, and are much more
      common than their rare orange cousins.
    
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      Fish Name: ROYAL ANGELFISH
    
      Index Number: #123
    
      Location(s) Found: Teman Paradise Beach West & Pacar Beach West
    
      Points Worth: 130
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.06 ft
    
      Notes: These are common enough, and easily seen. You can see
      them best near or under the Shop among groups of other fish.
      Their stripes make them stand out underwater. You can also catch
      this at Sembilan Island.
    
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      Fish Name: BLUE TANG
    
      Index Number: #116
    
      Location(s) Found: Kayak Center Freedom & Kayaker's Shallow
    
      Points Worth: 115
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.85 ft
    
      Notes: The vivid blue body is easily seen, although this fish
      is quite small. They tend to keep near or under the dock in
      the kayak rental area, and in the shallow area you can take
      the kayak out to, but you can also occasionally catch them just
      about anywhere along the Teman Paradise Beach area.
    
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      Fish Name: BLUEFACE ANGELFISH
    
      Index Number: #008
    
      Location(s) Found: Teman Paradise Beach West & Pacar Beach West
    
      Points Worth: 120
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.07 ft
    
      Notes: Its blue face is easily noticed, even underwater.
      You can also find this beauty at Sembilan Island.
    
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      Fish Name: PARROTFISH
    
      Index Number: #023
    
      Location(s) Found: Kayaker's Shallow
    
      Points Worth: 465
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.10 ft
    
      Notes: This fish is almost the same hue as the water, so look
      for a "feathery" type outline when you take the kayak out near
      the left boundary of Kayaker's Shallow. You can also see it out
      beyond the boundary floats, so you can try casting out that far
      to catch this pretty blue-green fish.
    
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      Fish Name: FORCEPS FISH
    
      Index Number: #151
    
      Location(s) Found: Teman Paradise Beach West & Pacar Beach East
    
      Points Worth: 105
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.76 ft
    
      Notes: This bright yellow fish with the long thin nose is not
      as common as some others, but is still recognizable when it
      does show up. You can also find this under the Shop, where it
      seems to show up quite frequently.
    
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      Fish Name: ORIENTAL BUTTERFLYFISH
    
      Index Number: #099
    
      Location(s) Found: Shop Waterhouse & Kayak Center Freedom
    
      Points Worth: 75
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.82 ft
    
      Notes: These yellowish fish like to hang out underneath the dock
      areas by the Shop and kayak rental center. They are rounder and
      larger then the brighter yellow Forceps Fish. You can also find
      them all over the Beach area.
    
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      Fish Name: MOORISH IDOL
    
      Index Number: #101
    
      Location(s) Found: Kayak Center Freedom & Teman Paradise Beach
    
      Points Worth: 90
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.85 ft
    
      Notes: These black-and-white striped fish look a lot like
      Pennant Coralfish; but these are just a little smaller and
      more square than those fish are, and not quite as annoying.
    
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      Fish Name: LIONFISH
    
      Index Number: #191
    
      Location(s) Found: Kayak Center Freedom & Teman Paradise Beach (E)
    
      Points Worth: 120
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.25 ft
    
      Notes: You can find these spiny fish if you paddle out in a kayak,
      or out to the right of the three rocks on the eastern part of
      Teman Paradise Beach, near the stingrays.
    
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      Fish Name: EMPEROR ANGELFISH
    
      Index Number: #095
    
      Location(s) Found: Shop Waterhouse & Pacar Beach East
    
      Points Worth: 135
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.35 ft
    
      Notes: This striped fish is more "boxy" then most of the fish in
      the areas you can see it in. It's easy to see under the Shop, but
      easy to scare away in the shallow area of east Pacar Beach. You
      can also catch this at Sembilan Island.
    
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      Fish Name: PENNANT CORALFISH
    
      Index Number: #135
    
      Location(s) Found: Shop Waterhouse & Kayak Center Freedom
    
      Points Worth: 85
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.84 ft
    
      Notes: This fish may look like a Moorish Idol, but it is slightly
      larger, with its black stripes a slight bluish color, and its body
      a little bit rounder. These are quite common between the three
      rocks on the right side of the beach area.
    
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      Fish Name: FLOUNDER
    
      Index Number: #042
    
      Location(s) Found: Teman Paradise Beach East & Feest Cove
    
      Points Worth: 160
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 1.70 ft
    
      Notes: You can also find these small, flat, dark fish at Pacar
      Beach, at Villa Mirador when you take a kayak out. They are
      quite unique looking and easy to spot.
    
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      Fish Name: SEAHORSE
    
      Index Number: #094
    
      Location(s) Found: Teman Paradise Beach West & Teman Paradise Beach
    
      Points Worth: 270
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.42 ft
    
      Notes: This creature is rare and really hard to spot. It looks
      like a small brownish curlicue in the water; you may get lucky
      and spot it out near or under the kayak dock. The best place
      is the three rocks on the right side of the beach. You may have
      to fish awhile before you see one. It is quite shy, especially the
      "S" rank ones, and you may have to let quite a few more common
      fish bite at your bait before this will nibble.
    
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      Fish Name: RED STINGRAY
    
      Index Number: #003
    
      Location(s) Found: Teman Paradise Beach (East)
    
      Points Worth: 1,185
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 6.67 ft
    
      Notes: You can easily see this creature's large, flat, but wavy
      shadow in the water out by the 'arm' of land that extends into
      the water at the eastern beach area. You should wait until you
      can buy or acquire an XL rod & reel, since if you use stuff made
      for just large fish, you could lose this lunker.
    
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      Fish Name: OCELLARIS CLOWNFISH
    
      Index Number: #036
    
      Location(s) Found: Teman Paradise Beach West & Teman Paradise Beach
    
      Points Worth: 675
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.42 ft
    
      Notes: This fish is rarer than its darker colored cousin, but can
      be distinguished from the other fish in a group by its bright
      orange coloring. Many other fish may nibble at your bait before
      this one comes calling. Like the rarer Seahorse, it likes to hang
      out between the three rocks on the right side of the beach, but
      you can also catch it in front of or under the Fish Shop.
    
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      Fish Name: HALIBUT
    
      Index Number: #148
    
      Location(s) Found: Feest Cove & Kayaker's Shallow
    
      Points Worth: 340
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.10 ft
    
      Notes: There are two fish in this game with this name. The other
      one is a trolling catch, and is much larger than this smallish one.
      You can see them out a ways at Feest Cove, or take a kayak out
      to the shallow area and note their dark, flat shadow out there.
      You may have trouble distinguishing them from the Flounder
      because their shadows are so similar.
    
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      Fish Name: LONGNOSE HAWKFISH
    
      Index Number: #052
    
      Location(s) Found: Shop Waterhouse & Teman Paradise Beach (West)
    
      Points Worth: 105
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.51 ft
    
      Notes: This tiny fish with a grid pattern on its body and long
      nose can either be cute or annoying, depending on how many
      of them you catch per day.
    
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      Fish Name: HORSE MACKEREL
    
      Index Number: #006
    
      Location(s) Found: Big Catch Rock
    
      Points Worth: 85
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.84 ft
    
      Notes: You can also find this tiny fish at Golden Cliff, and in the
      Temperate Ocean, when fishing off the cruiser or a ferry tour.
    
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      Fish Name: SEA EEL
    
      Index Number: #009
    
      Location(s) Found: Feest Cove
    
      Points Worth: 115
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.07 ft
    
      Notes: This fish has an unmistakable long, skinny outline in the
      water. You can also catch it at Big Catch Rock and Golden Cliff.
    
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      Fish Name: BLACK ROCKFISH
    
      Index Number: #195
    
      Location(s) Found: Big Catch Rock & Golden Cliff
    
      Points Worth: 135
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.25 ft
    
      Notes: Although kind of rare, you can catch this dark colored fish
      either on the right side or straight out at Big Catch Rock, and
      anywhere on Golden Cliff. Its outline is quite a bit darker and
      slightly smaller then a Black Porgy. Despite its name, it's
      actually gray with three black stripes.
    
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      Fish Name: GRASS PUFFER
    
      Index Number: #051
    
      Location(s) Found: Big Catch Rock & (Pacar Beach) Villa Mirador
    
      Points Worth: 75
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.86 ft
    
      Notes: This fish has a tiny but fat outline, and is quite common.
      It will eat any bait and loves to hit the line first.
    
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      Fish Name: JAPANESE LOBSTER
    
      Index Number: #004
    
      Location(s) Found: Big Catch Rock
    
      Points Worth: 70
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.82 ft
    
      Notes: You can also catch this tiny red crustacean at Golden Cliff,
      and from the left and right sides of Big Catch Rock.
    
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      Fish Name: FRESHWATER PRAWN
    
      Index Number: #103
    
      Location(s) Found: Big Catch Rock
    
      Points Worth: 100
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.63 ft
    
      Notes: Like the lobster, this dark crustacean can also be found
      at Golden Cliff. Since it is somewhat smaller, it may be harder
      to spot at times, though.
    
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      Fish Name: SARDINE
    
      Index Number: #025
    
      Location(s) Found: Golden Cliff
    
      Points Worth: 105
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.84 ft
    
      Notes: This tiny fish is common enough, and will happily take
      almost any bait tossed its way, even if you don't want it to!
      You can also catch this at Big Catch Rock.
    
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      Fish Name: NEEDLEFISH
    
      Index Number: #093
    
      Location(s) Found: Golden Cliff
    
      Points Worth: 400
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 3.81 ft
    
      Notes: You won't mistake this fish's outline for anything else
      when looking out over the water at Golden Cliff. Long and rail
      thin, with a long nose, it really does look like a needle.
    
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      Fish Name: MULTICOLORFIN RAINBOW
    
      Index Number: #047
    
      Location(s) Found: Golden Cliff
    
      Points Worth: 415
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.26 ft
    
      Notes: Kind of rare, this fish has a small rectangular ribbon-like
      body, with a long wavy top fin. It can be shy, though, so be
      prepared with plenty of Quick Hitter or Rainbow bait.
    
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      Fish Name: MARBLED ROCKFISH
    
      Index Number: #037
    
      Location(s) Found: Big Catch Rock
    
      Points Worth: 175
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.06 ft
    
      Notes: Slightly darker than its black named cousin, this fish
      can be found more on the left side of Big Catch Rock, out
      appropriately by the rocks on that side.
    
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      Fish Name: SEA ROBIN
    
      Index Number: #168
    
      Location(s) Found: Feest Cove
    
      Points Worth: 180
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.26 ft
    
      Notes: This fish can also be caught in the Temperate Ocean, on the
      cruiser or a ferry tour. Its green 'leafy' fins are a major giveaway
      when looking for it at Feest Cove.
    
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      Fish Name: MORAY EEL
    
      Index Number: #029
    
      Location(s) Found: Big Catch Rock
    
      Points Worth: 165
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 3.36 ft
    
      Notes: Its long, thin, ribbon-like body is easily noticed near
      the left side rocks at Big Catch Rock. It slides in and out of
      the rocks easily, so you may lose sight of it for a bit.
    
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      Fish Name: SEA BASS
    
      Index Number: #070
    
      Location(s) Found: Big Catch Rock, Golden Cliff
    
      Points Worth: 300
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.52 ft
    
      Notes: You can also catch this in the Temperate Ocean, either on
      the cruiser, or a ferry tour. It has a hunger for bait, and likes
      to hit the line first.
    
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      Fish Name: DEMON STINGER
    
      Index Number: #033
    
      Location(s) Found: Big Catch Rock, Golden Cliff
    
      Points Worth: 985
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.49 ft
    
      Notes: This dark fish has lots of spines, and is easily noticed at
      Big Catch Rock. At Golden Cliff, it may be a little more rare.
    
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      Fish Name: SMALLSCALE BLACKFISH
    
      Index Number: #059
    
      Location(s) Found: Big Catch Rock
    
      Points Worth: 1,080
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.09 ft
    
      Notes: This fish is the darkest colored fish you can see from
      Big Catch Rock, and is a little larger than some of the other
      similarly colored fish found in the area. It's more easily found
      straight out or to the right on Big Catch Rock.
    
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      Fish Name: BLACK PORGY
    
      Index Number: #057
    
      Location(s) Found: Big Catch Rock, Golden Cliff
    
      Points Worth: 525
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 1.65 ft
    
      Notes: You can also find this at Pacar Beach, at Villa Mirador, by
      the rock wall on the left side (take the kayak out). If you are
      having trouble finding it among all the other similar fish in Teman,
      try Pacar Beach, where you can more easily see it in the water.
    
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      Fish Name: JAPANESE BULLHEAD SHARK
    
      Index Number: #126
    
      Location(s) Found: Big Catch Rock
    
      Points Worth: 1,330
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 4.20 ft
    
      Notes: This large, striped shark can also be found at Feest Cove,
      Golden Cliff, and on Sepuluh Island. You can use Quick Hitter or
      Rainbow for this large fish.
      (This fish is triggered by quest #1-"Teman Paradise Shark Hunt".)
    
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    =TEMAN PARADISE BEACH QUESTS=
    
    
    1. TEMAN PARADISE SHARK HUNT: (worth 4,500 points)
    Find a man on the beach to the right of the Fish Shop dock. He says
    there were reports of a "dangerous" shark in the area. Are there any
    witnesses? Find a female witness at Golden Cliff; she says a large
    shark scared her by the rocks, so she fled to the top of the cliff
    for safety. Return to the first man; he wants you to catch one for
    him. Fish or do other quests until you have enough points for
    L/XL tackle. After catching one, return to him to complete.
    (He will only appear after you do to the quest to open the shop.)
    
    2. SHOP THE WAY YOU WANT: (worth 2,000 points)
    Talk to the girl in front of the Fish Shop. Find her boss on the
    far end of the kayak dock and talk to him (he has a big pink afro),
    since he has the only key to open the shop!
    (This quest opens the shop here.)
    
    3. THRILLING AQUARIUM: (worth 5,000 points)
    Talk to the man in a suit (the island owner) in the lobby, near the
    entrance to the aquarium. He wants you to catch 10 different kinds
    of fish for the aquarium. Do that, and return to him. He then ecorts
    you to the aquarium, and tells you that YOU are now the director
    of the aquarium! He promptly vanishes and leaves you to build,
    stock and upgrade the rooms at your leisure. (More on this in
    Section 3 of this guide.)
    
    4. TREASURES LOST AT SEA: (worth 2,000 points)
    Talk to the man in front of Big Catch Rock. Catch a piece
    (any piece will do) of driftwood, then return & talk to him.
    
    5. FORGETFUL HUSBAND'S ITEM: (worth 2,000 points)
    Talk to a woman in the lobby, near the doorway to the outside; she
    tells you her husband forgot his fishing rod, and would you be a dear
    and give it to him? The husband is on the kayak dock, near the
    entrance.
    
    6. OCEAN'S DREAM: (worth 30,000 points)
    Talk to the man standing by the cruiser wearing a blue Aloha shirt.
    He wants you to fulfill a dream, and fish at all 8 of the island's
    resorts. Complete this, then return to Teman and talk to him again.
    Now he wants you to catch 80 different types of fish, so go do that
    if not done already. Return and talk to him yet again, and he says
    for you to complete your dream, would you like to buy a cruiser for
    99.9% off? He will let you have it for 100,000 points. When ready,
    say yes twice, and buy the cruiser. You will also automatically
    receive the Ocean map, and one trolling tackle to use when trolling.
    (4 more are now available to buy at the the Shop, 30k apiece.)
    (This is the only way to access Safir Cave and Sepuluh Island.
    Sembilan Island can be accessed via a tour on Teman's bulletin
    board.)
    
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     =TEMAN BULLETIN BOARD & ACTIVITIES=
    
    The bulletin board in an area is always close to the fish turn-in
    counter. It holds a copy of the area map, the daily activities that
    are available, target cards, and a few pictures of the area.
    The first time you focus on an area map, you will receive a copy
    of it for your own use (press the - [minus] button to view it).
    
    Most boards follow the same layout: the date (in numbers) on the
    top middle part; activities on cards listed on the left side;
    three pictures of some of the area in the bottom middle;
    the area map on the top right; and fish target cards on the
    bottom right. Fish target cards come in two colors: blue ones
    and white ones. Blue cards have a picture of the target fish
    for your convenience, but the white cards don't.
    
    Teman's board is just to the right of the fish turn-in counter.
    It usually holds about 4-5 activities (3 on the far left, top to
    bottom, with 1-2 more next to those) and 4-6 fish target cards
    per day. Not all activities are available every day; if you see
    an activity listed here you wish to participate in, but don't see
    a notice, wait a day or so until it shows up on the board. Most
    activities can only be started at or after 7 AM, so if you like
    to fish beginning at 5 AM, fish until 7 AM or after and then
    choose an activity to do.
    You can sign up for most activities until 12 PM.
    
      =ACTIVITIES=
    
    -DREAM AQUARIUM TOUR-
    Open to all; cost: 100 (1st time); 1,000 (2nd time) 3,000 (3rd time)
    This shows you how your own aquarium should look once it's fully
    completed, upgraded, and stocked with fish, even the rarest ones.
    Simply choose it, and walk into the aquarium area to start it.
    This takes 3 hours from your time, but you can stay as long as you
    want to.
    
    -FERRYBOAT FISHING TOUR (SOUTH COAST)-
    Open to all; cost: 200 points
    Takes you out to the Tropical Ocean to fish; lasts until 5 PM. You
    can catch any of the non trolling Tropical Ocean fish. You usually
    end up between the southern tip of the main island and Sepuluh
    Island.
    
    -FISH COUNTING: (EASY)-
    Players with 40+ catches in area; cost: 100 points
    You have to count how many of a certain fish you see, but
    ignore those not of that kind. Use your fish book to help study
    fish species until you are certain you can do well on this.
    There are 5 parts to the challenge, and they toss in similar
    looking fish to throw you off!
    
    -TEMAN FLOAT FISHING TOURNAMENT-
    Open until day of tournament to all; cost: 300 points
    Most catches wins; use Rainbow bait and fish for the small, easily
    caught fish. Trash does not count, so cast at fish you can see.
    
    -FLOAT FISHING SCHOOL-
    Open to all; cost: free!
    This is the same tutorial you got at the beginning of the game,
    and is done by the same man. If you just want to practice, you
    can do this again anytime its card is on the board.
    
    -SYMBOL HUNT AT THE BEACH! (EASY, NORMAL, HARD, MASTER)-
    Easy: all; others: players who conquered prior level; cost: 100 pts
    They hide 7 symbols in different places on the beach, and you have
    10 minutes-real time to find them. You can bike or run (I recommend
    biking, though. You don't even need to get off the bike to take a
    picture, either!), or take a kayak, and after you find the symbol you
    need to take a picture of it.
    They hide the symbols in the oddest places, like under the deck
    chairs, in the grass, high up on the buildings. Just look about
    ANYWHERE you can see and hope for the best.
    
    -TROLLING TOUR: SOUTH COAST-
    Open to: Rookie class rank 3+ players; cost: 800 points
    Go trolling in the cruiser before you get it all to yourself if you
    want. You get 3 rods and an aide, and it ends at 5 PM. This tour
    lets you troll in the Tropical Ocean. You MAY be able to a catch a
    legendary fish, the Xiphactinus, on this tour, if you're lucky!
    The boat usually circles a small reef to the east of Sepuluh Island.
    
    -PENANGKAPAN WEST COAST SUBMARINE TOUR-
    Open to: players with 30+ catches in area; cost: 100 points
    This sub tour shows you Tropical Ocean fish. It has the same
    relaxing music the aquarium uses, so go on this tour and take
    a nap if you want. Yes, the music is THAT relaxing. This tour
    eats up about 4 hours of your time. In this tour you may see the
    rare Manta Ray and/or Dolphin to unlock for your aquarium.
    
    -TEMAN PARADISE BEACH SUBMARINE TOUR-
    Open to: players with 30+ catches in area; cost: 100 points
    This sub tour will show you all the Teman fish. This takes up
    4 hours of your time.
    
    -KAYAK RACE (NORMAL)-
    Rookie class rank 7+ players; cost: 100 points
    Take a kayak through a winding course as fast as you can.
    Practice practice practice! Make sure you watch your character
    carefully; their arm strokes will tell you if you are doing it well.
    If they have a smooth pattern to their strokes, you're OK. But
    if their arms jerk, paddle a little slower and easier. Begin to
    turn before the corner comes up to save a little time. This
    takes up 1 hour of your time.
    
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    When you leave Teman Paradise Beach, you can go to these areas:
    
    Pacar Beach, to Teman's East (if unlocked)
    Panas Jungle, to Teman's Southeast
    Dua Ribu Lake, to Teman's North
    Kanan Lake, to Teman's far Northwest (if unlocked)
    
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      ==PACAR BEACH [PRB]==
    
    
     =GENERAL INFORMATION=
    
    This area is closed until you hit Rookie Level 3 rank, then you can
    to talk to the man in Teman Paradise Beach's lobby, and he'll sell
    you a license to fish here for 30,000 pts. You need to wait until
    the day after you buy the license to actually be able to travel here.
    It costs 400 points per day to stay here.
    
    This beach area is on the opposite side of the island from Teman;
    its cruiser goes out into Tropical Ocean waters, but it is close to
    the Temperate Ocean as well.
    
      Warp Points:
    
    --Villa Mirador--
    You'll end up near the Fish turn-in/bait/check-in & out counter,
    which is in the middle of the long dock. Go upwards from here
    to get to the bulletin board, and further up is the bike rental
    (20 points per day). Past the bike guy is your villa, which,
    like the rest, is built right over the water on stilts.
    All the way to the end of this dock is the cruiser, and you can
    also fish off the very end, or to the right, if you want.
    Going downwards takes you to the kayak rental (50 points per day),
    and you can fish right off this part anywhere there's no fence.
    If you take a kayak out you can fish near the left rock boundary
    "wall", or cast far out by the cruiser.
    
    --Pacar Beach--
    You'll end up about mid beach, where you can walk really really
    far up into the Shallow Area. You land close to where the woman
    who wants a Bonefish for quest is/was.
    
    --Pacar Beach East--
    You land far on the right side of the beach, where it's a short
    walk over to the ProFISHency, level 1, person, at the very end
    of the beach (only after you get at least gold on level 2).
    
      Non-Warp Map Areas:
    
    --Pacar Beach West--
    This small area is below Villa Mirador, and you can fish from the
    beach here. You can't walk far into the water, here, though.
    
    --Shallow Area--
    This huge, shallow fishing area teems with smaller fish; closer to
    the deeper water drop-off, you can find larger fish that may (or
    may not) be scared off when you walk by.
    
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       =FISH=
    
    These go in order of the pages in the Fish Guide, found
    in your room in the suitcase. Fish go from top to bottom,
    left to right.
    
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      Fish Name: BLACK SEA BREAM
    
      Index Number: #194
    
      Location(s) Found: Villa Mirador
    
      Points Worth: 390
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 1.67 ft
    
      Notes: This black fish is rounder and smaller than its red cousin;
      you'll need to rent a kayak and take it out. It seems to be more
      common close to the left rock "wall", among groups of other fish,
      but occasionally you can find it swimming in the kayak area alone.
    
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      Fish Name: DOGTOOTH TUNA
    
      Index Number: #022
    
      Location(s) Found: Shallow Area & Villa Mirador
    
      Points Worth: 1,065
    
      Size & S Rank (if known): Large; 4.16 ft
    
      Notes: Long and fat, its profile is unmistakable. You can either
      take a kayak out and find it near the left rock "wall", or go out
      to the Shallow Area near the deeper water boundary to look for
      this. 
    
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      Fish Name: THAMNACONUS MODESTUS
    
      Index Number: #030
    
      Location(s) Found: Villa Mirador
    
      Points Worth: 100
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.06 ft
    
      Notes: This small, mottled fish can be found either by taking a
      kayak out, or right from the dock. It can also be caught at
      Sepuluh (Spool) Island. It's common and likes about any bait.
    
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      Fish Name: CALFORNIA CORBINA
    
      Index Number: #066
    
      Location(s) Found: Pacar Beach East
    
      Points Worth: 555
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.49 ft
    
      Notes: You can catch this in the Shallow Area, although you may
      see it rarely here. You can also find it at Sepuluh (Spool) Island,
      where it seems to be more easily seen (and not scared away).
    
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      Fish Name: MACKEREL
    
      Index Number: #067
    
      Location(s) Found: Villa Mirador
    
      Points Worth: 85
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.25 ft
    
      Notes: This common fish can either be found in the kayak area, or
      right from the dock. You can also find it in the Temperate Ocean,
      when ferry or cruiser fishing.
    
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      Fish Name: CLOWN TRIGGERFISH
    
      Index Number: #197
    
      Location(s) Found: Pacar Beach East
    
      Points Worth: 145
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.74 ft
    
      Notes: This fish can easily be scared away in the Shallow Area
      as you walk. It can also be found at Sembilan Island.
    
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      Fish Name: TREVALLY
    
      Index Number: #111
    
      Location(s) Found: Villa Mirador
    
      Points Worth: 1,470
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 3.35 ft
    
      Notes: It may be a little difficult to tell this from a Bluefin
      Trevally at first glance, as their outlines are almost identical.
      These are somewhat more common than a Bluefin, however.
      You'll need to take a kayak out and look for these along the
      left rock "wall". Occasionally you can also catch them in the
      deeper area off of the Shallows.
      (This fish is triggered by quest #1-"Giant Fish in the Reefs".)
    
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      Fish Name: RED SEA BREAM
    
      Index Number: #182
    
      Location(s) Found: Villa Mirador
    
      Points Worth: 855
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.12 ft
    
      Notes: You can see this fish if you take a kayak out and look
      along the left rock "wall". It's a little larger than its black
      cousin, although its body is as round. You can see its red hue
      if it breaches the water. It can also be found in the Frigid Ocean.
    
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      Fish Name: BLUEFIN TREVALLY
    
      Index Number: #038
    
      Location(s) Found: Villa Mirador
    
      Points Worth: 495
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 3.83 ft
    
      Notes: You may have a difficult time telling this and the regular
      Trevally apart until you show it off after catching one; this you
      hold in both hands, and the normal Trevally you hold up in one
      hand by the line. In the water, you may catch a glimpse of its
      blue fins. This can usually be found after you take the kayak out,
      far over by the cruiser. Occasionally it may be by the left rock
      "wall" in a group of other fish.
    
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      Fish Name: ROCK PORGY
    
      Index Number: #020
    
      Location(s) Found: Pacar Beach West
    
      Points Worth: 780
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.06 ft
    
      Notes: This dark, mottled fish is easily seen in the water. Its
      triangular body shape is also quite distinctive. You can either
      find it off the beach at the west end, or out in a kayak at
      Villa Mirador.
    
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      Fish Name: BONEFISH
    
      Index Number: #170
    
      Location(s) Found: Shallow Area
    
      Points Worth: 1,830
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.50 ft
    
      Notes: This long, sleek, and elegant fish is usually seen near
      the Shallow Area deeper water drop-off. It can by shy, and
      be scared away if you are running or walking too fast.
      (This fish is triggered by quest #2-"A Yearning for Pure White".)
    
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      Fish Name: STRIPED BEAKFISH
    
      Index Number: #021
    
      Location(s) Found: Villa Mirador
    
      Points Worth: 775
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.08 ft
    
      Notes: Take the kayak out and look for a light and dark striped
      fish. They're pretty common all along the kayak area.
    
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     =PACAR BEACH QUESTS=
    
    1. GIANT FISH IN THE REEFS: (worth 4,500 points)
    Talk to the woman past the counter; she wants you to find a Blueface
    Angelfish. Try a little down from her, on the left side of the dock.
    (You can also try out in the Shallow area, but you may scare more
    of them away before you catch one!)
    After catching one, return and talk to her. She wants a Trevally now.
    Change your tackle to L/XL, then take a kayak out to the left rock
    "wall" boundary and look for a large, roundish fish. After you
    catch one, return to her again. She then tells you about a Giant
    Trevally in the ocean, available after you get your own boat.
    Quest done!
    
    2. A YEARNING FOR PURE WHITE: (worth 3,000 points)
    Find a woman on the right-hand side of the beach (almost right at
    the 2nd warp flag). Talk to her to hear she wants to see pure white,
    like a wedding dress, for her upcoming wedding. She's heard a
    Bonefish is white, and wants to see one. You can find them along the
    shallow area, close to the edge or in the deeper ocean part (it's
    long, pale, and sleek; use medium tackle). Catch one, then return
    & talk to her.
    
    3. THE MEN'S RESORT: (worth 3,000 points)
    Talk to a man near the bulletin board (after you get the map!), he
    wants you to find his 2 friends. 1st one: to right of 3rd warp flag,
    on the beach. 2nd one: out in the shallow area, straight up from the
    3rd (southernmost) warp flag. Find this one; quest over!
    
    
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     =PACAR BEACH BULLETIN BOARD & ACTIVITIES=
    
    The bulletin board here is to the left of the main counter.
    Make sure you don't forget to take a copy of the map!
    There are usually 2-3 activities on the board per day, and
    4-6 fish target cards.
    
    
      =ACTIVITIES=
    
    -DESERTED ISLAND FISHING TOUR: SEMBILAN ISLAND-
    Open to: amateur rank 10+ players; cost: 500 points
    You can fish at Sembilan Island before you get the cruiser;
    the tour runs until 5 PM.
    
    -FERRYBOAT FISHING TOUR: NORTH COAST-
    Open to: amateur class rank 5+ players; cost: 200 points
    You'd think you would get to fish in the Frigid Ocean, but this is
    NOT the case. You get to fish out in the Temperate Ocean. This
    tour runs until 5 PM.
    
    -FERRYBOAT FISHING TOUR: WEST COAST-
    Open to: amateur class rank 5+ players; cost: 200 points
    This tour takes you out close the border of the Temperate and
    Tropical Oceans to fish. It runs until 5 PM.
    
    -TROLLING TOUR: NORTH COAST-
    Open to: amateur class rank 1+ players; cost: 800 points
    You get to troll out by Sembilan Island. Runs until 5 PM.
    (Temperate/Tropical trolling fish available.)
    
    -PACAR FLOAT FISHING TOURNAMENT-
    Open until day of tournament to all; reward:10,000p; cost: 300 points
    The biggest fish wins. Largest fish in the area is the Dogtooth
    Tuna, so use L/XL tackle and fish for these out at Villa Mirador,
    or out in the deep area by the Shallows.
    
    -PENANGKAPAN SOUTH COAST SUBMARINE TOUR-
    Open to: players with 40+ catches in area; cost: 250 points
    This shows you the Temperate Ocean fish; lasts 4 hours.
    You may be able to spot the rare Whale Shark on this sub tour.
    (And get it in the Aquarium after you do.)
    
    -PACAR BEACH SUBMARINE TOUR-
    Open to: players with 20+ catches in area; cost: 100 points
    Relaxing sub tour of the Pacar Beach fish; takes 4 hours.
    You might be able to spot a rare Sea Turtle for your aquarium.
    
    -FISH COUNTING: HARD-
    Open to: players with 50+ catches in area; cost: 100 points
    They toss the fish that look alike in here, and give you lots of
    them to count! Practice makes perfect for this.
    
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    When you leave Pacar Beach, you can go to these areas:
    
    Teman Paradise Beach, to Pacar's West
    Kerikil River, to Pacar's far Northwest (if unlocked)
    Panas Jungle, to Pacar's Southwest
    
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    ==DUA RIBU LAKE [DRL]==
    
    
     =GENERAL INFORMATION=
    
    This small, beautiful lake is full of bass and catfish, open to all
    year round. The island in the middle has a charming, rustic feel,
    with its own tiny windmill next to an old cottage. Most of the fish
    here are small to medium, but love a good fight! At each end, a
    gigantic windmill stands its lonely sentry duty, and their continual
    creaking provides most of the sound here. This is the first place
    you will get to fish for a legendary creature.
    It costs 100 points per day to stay here.
    
    
      Warp Points:
    
    --Kokoda House--
    This point drops you near the lodge area so you can easily find
    your way back to the check in/out counter, or to your room.
    
    --Lily Pad Pier--
    Warp here to rent an inflatable raft for a day of fishing fun. Boat
    rentals only cost 50 points per day.
    
    
      Non Warp Map Areas:
    
    --Central Dua Ribu--
    This area encompasses most of the large central area of the lake.
    There is a small, non dockable island here, and the large open
    water area teems with bass.
    
    --Red Windmill--
    This large area not only includes the area's namesake, it also has
    a large area of lily pads to hide smaller fish, and an area south of
    the red creaky giant itself near land is included as well. This
    windmill is on the LEFT side of the lake.
    
    --Blue Windmill--
    This large area not only includes the area's namesake, it also has
    a large area of lily pads to hide smaller fish, and an area south of
    the blue creaky giant itself near land is included as well. This
    windmill is on the RIGHT side of the lake.
    
    --Dua Ribu Eyelet--
    You can dock at this small island in the northern area of the lake
    to talk to several people for different things. A little girl, a man
    who does lure classes, a ProFISHency proctor, and a man selling
    a license to open another area can all be found on this busy place!
    The area to the island's north is a great place to find lunker
    black bass.
    
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     =FISH=
    
    These go in order of the pages in the Fish Guide, found
    in your room in the suitcase. Fish go from top to bottom,
    left to right.
    
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      Fish Name: BLUEGILL
    
      Index Number: #162
    
      Location(s) Found: (Kanan) Lodge Lakeside & Dua Ribu Eyelet
    
      Points Worth: 90
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.27 ft
    
      Notes: You can actually find this annoying fish just about all
      over Dua Ribu. It likes almost any bait and will usually hit
      first. It has a small, round shadow that's easily recognized.
      Your annoyance may increase if you are happily fishing at Kanan
      Lake and start pulling these up there near the Lodge Lakeside too.
    
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      Fish Name: AMERICAN PICKEREL
    
      Index Number: #013
    
      Location(s) Found: Dua Ribu Eyelet
    
      Points Worth: 265
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.10 ft
    
      Notes: This fish has a long, skinny, profile, and likes about
      any bait tossed its way.
    
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      Fish Name: CATFISH
    
      Index Number: #115
    
      Location(s) Found: Red Windmill & (Tidur) Northern River (Down.)
    
      Points Worth: 190
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.09 ft
    
      Notes: With a larger head that tapers into a thin body, it has
      a unique profile. It likes about anything, and will likely hit
      the bait first.
    
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      Fish Name: WHITE PERCH
    
      Index Number: #177
    
      Location(s) Found: Dua Ribu Eyelet
    
      Points Worth: 370
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.25 ft
    
      Notes: This small, pale fish can also be found at Red Windmill.
      You may miss it if the water is too reflective.
    
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      Fish Name: SMALLMOUTH BASS
    
      Index Number: #083
    
      Location(s) Found: (Kanan) Lodge Lakeside & Dua Ribu Eyelet
    
      Points Worth: 240
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 1.70 ft
    
      Notes: This small fish is quite common, and easy enough to catch.
      You may also catch at Red Windmill.
    
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      Fish Name: BLACK BASS
    
      Index Number: #202
    
      Location(s) Found: Dua Ribu Eyelet
    
      Points Worth: 510
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 1.99 ft
    
      Notes: Unlike its name, this bass is actually silvery in color.
      It can be found almost all over the lake, and loves a good
      fight!
      (This fish is triggered by quest #1-"Dua Ribu's Lunker Bass".)
    
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      Fish Name: YELLOW PERCH
    
      Index Number: #017
    
      Location(s) Found: Red Windmill (South)
    
      Points Worth: 465
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.85 ft
    
      Notes: With a light body and dark head, you likely won't mistake
      this fish for anything else. It is small enough to not notice in
      the water, though, if there are other, larger, fish around. You
      can find this fish in the open area south (below) the Red
      Windmill area.
    
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      Fish Name: SNAKEHEAD
    
      Index Number: #203
    
      Location(s) Found: Dua Ribu Eyelet & (Tidur) Northern River (Down.)
    
      Points Worth: 510
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.53 ft
    
      Notes: This fish is long and skinny, with a long fin. It seems to
      be easier to see, and catch, at Tidur.
    
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      Fish Name: BIGMOUTH BUFFALO
    
      Index Number: #145
    
      Location(s) Found: Red Windmill
    
      Points Worth: 465
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 4.13 ft
    
      Notes: Large and dark, it's easy to see, but a little hard to
      distinguish underwater from the Smallmouth Buffalo.
    
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      Fish Name: SMALLMOUTH BUFFALO
    
      Index Number: #084
    
      Location(s) Found: Red Windmill
    
      Points Worth: 360
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 4.21 ft
    
      Notes: Large and dark, it's easy to see, but a little hard to
      distinguish underwater from the Bigmouth Buffalo.
    
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      Fish Name: BLACK BULLHEAD
    
      Index Number: #159
    
      Location(s) Found: Blue Windmill
    
      Points Worth: 400
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.83 ft
    
      Notes: This small, dark, sleek fish likes the lilypads in front
      of Blue Windmill, or the lilypads near the dead tree to the
      Windmill's south.
    
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      Fish Name: YELLOW BULLHEAD
    
      Index Number: #018
    
      Location(s) Found: Blue Windmill
    
      Points Worth: 480
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 1.70 ft
    
      Notes: This fish is REALLY yellow. It looks a little like a really
      yellow catfish, and likes weedy/lilypad areas.
      (This fish is triggered by quest #2-"Do You Like Yellow?".)
    
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      Fish Name: BROWN BULLHEAD
    
      Index Number: #155
    
      Location(s) Found: Blue Windmill
    
      Points Worth: 430
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.26 ft
    
      Notes: Small and brownish, it hides in the weeds and lilypads
      like its yellow and black cousins.
    
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      Fish Name: MURRAY COD
    
      Index Number: #178
    
      Location(s) Found: Dua Ribu Eyelet
    
      Points Worth: 1,440
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 3.82 ft
    
      Notes: This large, fat fish is easy to spot, and easy to catch.
      It likes the Eyelet area north of Blue Windmill. This leaps
      from the water after it is caught.
    
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      Fish Name: BOWFIN
    
      Index Number: #11
    
      Location(s) Found: Red Windmill
    
      Points Worth: 1,245
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.49 ft
    
      Notes: Long and skinny, with a long fin that goes almost all the
      way around its body, it's easy to spot. It is quite skittish and
      may hit the bait last if there are a lot of other fish around, so
      be prepared with plenty of Rainbow/Quick Hitter bait. It usually
      likes the lilypads around the northern area of Red Windmill.
    
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      Fish Name: LONGNOSE GAR
    
      Index Number: #215
    
      Location(s) Found: Red Windmill
    
      Points Worth: 1,485
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 4.95 ft
    
      Notes: Long and rail thin, with a long nose, this pale fish is
      easy to spot, but sometimes hard to attract unless you have
      a lot of patience for other fish hitting the bait first.
    
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      Fish Name: WELS CATFISH
    
      Index Number: #200
    
      Location(s) Found: Dua Ribu Eyelet (North)
    
      Points Worth: 2,940
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 6.25 ft
    
      Notes: This looks just like a large catfish, because that's
      exactly what it is! It really likes the brownish weeds in the
      northern area of the Eyelet, as well as the dead tree in the
      same area. This leaps from the water after it's caught.
      (This fish is triggered by quest #6-"The Great Dua Ribu Feeding".)
    
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      Fish Name: ACANTHODES
    
      Index Number: #005
    
      Location(s) Found: (book) Dua Ribu Eyelet; (really) Red Windmill
    
      Points Worth: 10,500
    
      Size & Largest Rank: Small; B rank: 1.18 ft 
    
      Notes: The fish book, after you catch one of these, has this
      legendary listed as being at the Eyelet. No one on any of the
      boards for this game has ever found it there (including me).
      It can really be found at Red Windmill, near the dead tree to the
      Windmill's south, or nearby. You can either cast near the tree,
      or park the boat close to the tree and cast parallel to the bank.
      This is a legendary fish; it once existed in real life but is now
      extinct.
    
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     =DUA RIBU LAKE QUESTS=
    
    1. DUA RIBU'S LUNKER BASS: (worth 5,000 points)
    Find the mother standing by the campfire in the lodge area and talk
    to her. It seems her little boy is missing; perhaps someone saw him
    and knows where he is? The witness is a teen boy near the raft
    rental. He states he saw the little boy leave on a raft, heading for
    the Blue Windmill area to find a Black Bass. Rent a raft and head
    out there; the little boy is south of the Windmill, near the dead
    tree. Talk to him to find he wants a lunker Black Bass - over 1.64
    ft! So, you can either stay near there, or try at the Eyelet, north
    area, until you catch a lunker. Return and talk to the boy again
    to complete the quest.
    
    2. DO YOU LIKE YELLOW? (worth 3,000 points)
    There's a woman in yellow standing by the steps to the main
    counter. Talk to her, and find out that she wants you to find her
    boyfriend. Walk or warp to the dock, and find the man dressed in...
    yellow! Yes, that's her boyfriend, all right! Talk to him, and he
    tells you of a yellow fish called a Yellow Bullhead that he really
    wants to see. So head out to Blue Windmill and catch one, then
    return to him.
    
    3. TIME TO EAT: (worth 3,000 points)
    Find a worried mom on the path to the dock who seems to have lost
    her two "unique" kids. Rent a boat and go out to Red Windmill,
    between the Windmill and the dead tree, to find a little boy fixated
    on "pi", staring at the Windmill. Talk to him, and he tells you his
    sister loves windmills, and is likely near another one. This does
    NOT mean Red Windmill, but rather, the small one on the Eyelet's
    island instead. Go over there, and dock, to find a little pigtailed
    girl fixated on the thing that goes "roundandroundandroundandround",
    and talk to her to end the quest.
    
    4. WANT A FISHING LICENSE? (worth 2,000 points)
    You will encounter a little girl with a blue shirt on the path to
    the dock who tells you of a man who has a ProFISHency test you
    can take; he is on an island. Take the boat out to the Eyelet island
    and find a man in a suit and top hat, standing by the cottage.
    Talk to him to end the quest. (Talk to him again to take the test.)
    
    5. RETRIEVAL CHALLENGE: (worth 2,000 points)
    Another woman on the dock (to the left of the man for quest #2)
    explains to you about the retrieval proctor in the lodge area.
    Return to the lodge area and find the man on the right side of the
    counter steps (in front of the tree); talk to him to end the quest.
    
    6. THE GREAT DUA RIBU FEEDING: (worth 3,500 points)
    After 4-5 other quests are completed, a man in a suit shows up at
    the end of the path to the dock, to bewail a monster that has shown
    up in the lake and is eating everything in sight! He, of course,
    would be grateful if you would catch the monster and make the
    lake safe again. Go out in the boat to the Eyelet, north of the
    island (or by the dead tree in that area), and look for a really
    REALLY big catfish (long, tapered body). Catch one and return to
    him, wait for him to declare the area safe, and complete the quest.
    
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      =DUA RIBU LAKE BULLETIN BOARD & ACTIVITIES=
    
    The bulletin board here is to the right of the check in/out counter.
    Make sure to get the map! Remember all activities can only be
    signed up for until 12 PM (except the fishing tournaments).
    The board has 3 or 4 activities per day, and 4-6 fish target cards.
    
    
      =ACTIVITIES=
    
    -DUA RIBU LAKE SUBMARINE TOUR-
    open to: players with 30+ catches in area; cost: 100 pts
    Go on a relaxing sub tour of the area! (lasts 4 hours)
    
    -DUA RIBU LAKE LURE FISHING TOURNAMENT-
    open to: all; reward: 8,000 pts; cost: 300 pts
    This tournament rewards you for catching the biggest fish. The
    largest fish here is the Wels Catfish, so try catching those for
    the day; experiment to see what lures they like best.
    
    -ORIENTAL LAKE RAHAJA TOUR-
    open to: expert class rank 10+ players; cost: 500 pts
    This activity is almost always on the board; it lets you fish at
    a small koi pond. There are several kinds of small/medium koi,
    and one large kind. It runs until 5 PM.
    
    -LURE FISHING SCHOOL-
    open to all; cost: free
    The teacher for this school is headquartered on the Eyelet island,
    and teaches you how to properly use a lure to catch fish. You can
    take this class anytime you need a refresher on lure fishing.
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
    When you leave Dua Ribu Lake, you can go to these areas:
    
    Teman Paradise Beach, to Dua Ribu's South
    Kerikil River, to Dua Ribu's Northeast (if unlocked)
    Kanan Lake, to Dua Ribu's Northwest (if unlocked)
    Tidur River, to Dua Ribu's Northeast (if unlocked)
    
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    ==KANAN LAKE [KNL]==
    
    
     =GENERAL INFORMATION=
    
    This is the larger of the two freshwater lakes available to fish at.
    To open this area, you first have to buy the license for the Tidur
    River at Dua Ribu Lake, then find the man at Tidur near the counter
    steps who (after possibly 30+ catches in the area) will sell you
    the Kanan Lake license for 10,000 points.
    It costs 300 points per day to stay here.
    
    You can find a lot of salmon and trout varieties here; also two of
    the largest non-trolling fish are here to try your hand at catching,
    if you dare!
    
    
      Warp Points:
    
    --La Havana--
    This warp point will set you down next to the lobby doors, in a
    small, comfortable patio area. (Too bad you can't sit down and
    chat with any of the other guests here, though!)
    
    --Dock--
    You end up right in the middle of the dock area, where you can rent
    a kayak for 50 points for your paddling pleasure, or for faster
    transportation, rent a speedboat for 100 points. There is a sniper
    casting proctor here as well, so if you want to learn the fine art
    of putting your line exactly where you need it to be, practice,
    practice, practice!
    
    
      Non Warp Map Areas:
    These map areas will be listed from the left to right.
    
    --Emperor Hyde Hall--
    This large enclosed area is the only place to catch one of THE
    biggest non-trolling fish, the rare White Sturgeon. You should
    have a good rank, 3 star XL tackle, and a lot of patience to
    get the better of this huge fish!
    
    --Foliage Gate--
    So named because of the vivid trees and bushes that mark the area,
    it's a great spot for Walleye, and serves as the only entrance to
    Emperor Hyde Hall.
    
    --West Sparse Rock--
    This serene pond-like area before the Foliage Gate holds large
    Muskie and smaller trout.
    
    --Kanan Railway--
    This huge, 3 arched railway bridge hides Burbot, and makes a great
    backdrop for some awesome pictures!
    
    --Lodge Lakeside--
    On the far bank you will likely notice the small private lodge for
    which this area is named. The shallow waters here hold stray
    Burbot, as well as assorted other fish.
    
    --Big Kanan--
    The large central area of the lake holds Lake and other
    common trout varieties.
    
    --Kanan Eyelet--
    This small island itself has nothing of interest, but behind the
    island is a great area for catching Steelhead & Pink Salmon.
    
    --Reed Point--
    Salmon and trout of all kinds abound here, mostly staying near
    the dead trees and weedy areas.
    
    --East Sparse Rock--
    This place, equal to West Sparse Rock on the lake's opposite side,
    is the only place to catch the huge and wily Hyneria.
    
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        =FISH=
    
    These go in order of the pages in the Fish Guide, found
    in your room in the suitcase. Fish go from top to bottom,
    left to right.
    
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      Fish Name: BROWN TROUT
    
      Index Number: #154
    
      Location(s) Found: Big Kanan (South) & Kerikil Calm (Downstream)
    
      Points Worth: 340
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.06 ft
    
      Notes: This tiny brown fish is all over the large central area
      of Kanan Lake. It can also be found in the Kerikil River, not just
      in the Calm, but in the Rapids (both areas) too, where it will
      annoy you to no end when you are trying to catch Japanese Char,
      Salmon, and Dace, and you keep getting this little brown fish
      instead.
    
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      Fish Name: LAKE TROUT
    
      Index Number: #207
    
      Location(s) Found: Big Kanan (South)
    
      Points Worth: 235
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.08 ft
    
      Notes: This silvery, common fish can also be found at Big Kanan
      (North), in the Eyelet, by the dead trees. It likes about anything.
      It has a dark body and light head, and a small, triangular fin in
      the middle of its back.
      (This fish is triggered by quest #1-"Kanan Fishing Test".)
    
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      Fish Name: WALLEYE
    
      Index Number: #027
    
      Location(s) Found: Foliage Gate
    
      Points Worth: 255
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 3.29 ft
    
      Notes: This long 2 finned fish camps out by the vivid green
      trees and bushes near the Foliage Gate area.
      (This fish is triggered by quest #1-"Kanan Fishing Test".)
    
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      Fish Name: BROOK TROUT
    
      Index Number: #044
    
      Location(s) Found: Big Kanan (South) & Kerikil Rapids (Downstream)
    
      Points Worth: 315
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 1.68 ft
    
      Notes: Long and silvery, this fish likes almost any bait. You can
      catch it in both areas of the Kerikil Rapids as well as the large
      central area of Kanan Lake.
    
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      Fish Name: BURBOT
    
      Index Number: #129
    
      Location(s) Found: Kanan Railway
    
      Points Worth: 1,215
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 3.36 ft
    
      Notes: Long and yellowish, you can find Burbot at the Lodge
      Lakeside as well as hiding under the railway bridge. You may
      even be able to see it better at the Lodge Lakeside area.
    
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      Fish Name: PINK SALMON
    
      Index Number: #041
    
      Location(s) Found: Kanan Eyelet
    
      Points Worth: 360
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.11 ft
    
      Notes: While this salmon has "pink" in its name, it's actually
      silvery in color, with a hooked jaw. You can usually catch it
      around the two dead trees above the Eyelet island.
    
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      Fish Name: STEELHEAD
    
      Index Number: #081
    
      Location(s) Found: Big Kanan (North)
    
      Points Worth: 360
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.94 ft
    
      Notes: This fish is easy to spot around the two dead trees north
      of the Eyelet island; it has a light body and dark head, and is
      a little larger than most of the other fish in that area.
      (This fish is triggered by quest #3-"Kanan Fish Research".)
    
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      Fish Name: CUTTHROAT TROUT
    
      Index Number: #040
    
      Location(s) Found: Reed Point
    
      Points Worth: 855
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.05 ft
    
      Notes: The smallest of the trout here, it looks almost like a
      smaller Rainbow trout because of its rainbow type hue.
      It likes to stay near the weeds to hide from larger fish.
    
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      Fish Name: WHITE STURGEON
    
      Index Number: #080
    
      Location(s) Found: Emperor Hyde Hall
    
      Points Worth: 8,250
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra large; 23.16 ft
    
      Notes: This huge, shy, pale fish is the only large fish that roams
      Emperor Hyde Hall. The Hall itself has a shallow area all the way
      around, with a much deeper area in the middle. The deep area is
      where the Sturgeon comes from.
      To catch it, I recommend having the 3 star tackle (Titan/Infinity)
      which you get after completing all 33 available quests, and
      Rainbow bait. It's really picky, and may not go for the bait every
      time, so have a lot of patience.
      Method of catching: slowly move the speedboat (don't use a kayak,
      it takes too long to get out there that way!) through the middle
      of the Hall. When you notice a Sturgeon, stop if you are close,
      otherwise slowly creep the boat to about 20 ft or so to it. Cast
      near it, and wait. If it takes the bait, pull up after the FIRST
      hit (sometimes it won't hit a second time!). Now comes the fight!
      It will go about 50-70 ft away from you at maximum, depending on
      how close to the bank you are and what rank you are. Reel in small
      bursts and keep the line in the orange range as much as possible!
      Any slack and it may slip the line, but too much reeling and it
      might break the line, so small bursts are the way to go.
      Make sure to keep an eye on which way to turn the Wiimote, as
      it will run into the red really fast if you don't! If you are
      lucky, after a several minute fight, you will have yourself the
      largest non trolling fish in the game!
      This leaps from the water after it's caught.
      (This fish is triggered by quest #1-"Kanan Fishing Test"- end.)
    
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      Fish Name: RAINBOW TROUT
    
      Index Number: #124
    
      Location(s) Found: East Sparse Rock & Kerikil Waterfall
    
      Points Worth: 380
    
      Size & S Rank: Small/Medium; 1.64 ft
    
      Notes: This small rainbow hued fish can be found among the huge
      Hyneria at East Sparse Rock, but if you keep getting distracted by
      the larger fish, try finding this out at the Kerikil River, at the
      Waterfall.
    
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      Fish Name: MUSKIE
    
      Index Number: #181
    
      Location(s) Found: West Sparse Rock
    
      Points Worth: 630
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 4.14 ft
    
      Notes: Large and dark, this fish is easy to spot, and easy to
      distinguish from the Walleye which may have cruised over from
      the Foliage Gate area.
    
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      Fish Name: HYNERIA
    
      Index Number: #131
    
      Location(s) Found: East Sparse Rock
    
      Points Worth: 16,500
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra large; 16.89 ft
    
      Notes: These really huge fish like to swim near the shoreline most
      of the time, and you can use that to your advantage. They love
      Rainbow bait best, and although may take Quick Hitter occasionally,
      Rainbow is the best to use, along with the 3 star rod/reel (Titan/
      Infinity) for the best results.
      Method of catching: slowly cruise near the shoreline (not too
      close or you may scare them away). When you spot one, get about
      maybe 10-20 ft from them, and cast in front of it. Make sure
      you are between it and the open water of the rest of the area!
      It'll easily run all 120 ft of your line out if you let it into
      open water. If it bites, pull up and keep the line in the green
      range, or it might slip the line. Reel in short bursts, and make
      sure to keep it in the green range as much as possible. After a
      long fight, you can finally bring it to the boat!
      
    
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     =KANAN LAKE QUESTS=
    
    1. KANAN FISHING TEST: (worth 5,500 points)
    There's a man waiting for you outside & up from the patio area; he
    he has a test to see how good you are before he'll let you in on a
    juicy secret bit of info. First he wants you to catch 3 Lake Trout
    for him. Although you can fish from the dock, it takes a long time
    this way; I'd recommend renting a speedboat or kayak and going out
    a little ways from the dock to the large central area of the lake,
    or trying at the Eyelet, north, by the dead trees. There are several
    types of fish that look like Lake Trout, but if you look for a fish
    with a light head and a darker body, and a small, triangular shaped
    fin in the middle of its back, you have found a Lake Trout. Catch
    three of them (use medium tackle).
    Return to him and find the test is not over yet. Now he wants a
    larger fish: 3 Walleyes! These are found at the Foliage Gate (way
    over to the west, before Emperor Hyde Hall; look for the green
    trees and bushes). Switch to Large/XL tackle and look for the
    long skinny two finned fish; catch 3 of these.
    Return to the man again, and he tells you about the huge and
    magnificent White Sturgeon you can catch at Emperor Hyde Hall...
    but he doesn't want you to catch one for him. Quest done!
    
    2. SNIPER CASTING: (worth 2,000 points)
    As you are taking a stroll in the peaceful garden area of the
    main lodge, you will likely encounter a little boy wearing blue
    who tells you about the Sniper Casting proctor who is now at the
    dock. Warp to the dock area, and he should be right there for you
    to talk to to end this quest.
    
    3. KANAN FISH RESEARCH: (worth 2,500 points)
    You'll likely notice a smartly dressed woman in a suit, near the
    stairs to the rooms. Talk to her to find out she is doing research
    on the fish here, and wants to see a Steelhead, but doesn't know
    where in the big lake they can be found. Can you perhaps find one
    for her? She may not know where to go, but you do! You've seen them
    around Big Kanan (North), north of the Eyelet. Try around the dead
    trees, and seach for a medium sized, grayish, bullet looking fish.
    After you catch one, return to her and she tells you about Steelheads
    being Rainbow Trout that came back from the sea, or something. Done!
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
      =KANAN LAKE BULLETIN BOARD & ACTIVITIES=
    
    The bulletin board here is in the lobby, to the right of the check
    in/out counter, but to the left of the stairs going up to your room.
    There are usually 2-3 activities per day, and 4-6 fish target cards.
    
    
      =ACTIVITIES=
    
    -KANAN LAKE SUBMARINE TOUR-
    open to: players with 30+ catches in area; cost: 100 pts
    Go on a relaxing sub tour and see all the fish you can catch here.
    
    -KAYAK RACE (HARD/MASTER)-
    open to: players with gold on previous level; cost: 100 pts
    You thought you had a difficult time with the normal race?
    Try your hand at the upper levels of kayak racing and see
    just how easy the normal level really was!
    
    -KANAN LAKE LURE FISHING TOURNAMENT-
    open to: all until day before; cost: 300 pts; reward: 8,000 pts
    The most catches win this tournament. Think you have what it
    takes to be the best fisherman here?
    
    -FISH COUNTING: MASTER-
    open to: players with 50+ catches in area; cost: 100 pts
    This is THE most difficult level of fish counting, and when you
    try it, you'll know why! Fish whizz by at a more rapid pace than
    anything you've ever seen bfore, and there's even more of them
    than ever!
    
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    When you leave Kanan Lake, you can go to these areas:
    
    Teman Paradise Beach, to Kanan's far Southeast
    Dua Ribu Lake, to Kanan's Southwest
    Tidur River, to Kanan's Northeast (if unlocked)
    
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    ==KERIKIL RIVER [KRR]==
    
    
     =GENERAL INFORMATION=
    
    This small river has both a calm and a fast moving rapids area,
    and is home to many small and medium fish. This river also has
    a rare legendary fish to be found. You can rent a bicycle for 20 pts
    to explore the entire length of this beautiful area.
    It costs 300 points per day to stay here.
    
    This area is closed until you buy the fishing license for it from
    a man on Dua Ribu Lake's Eyelet island (left side), after about
    30+ catches at that area, for 20,000 points.
    
    
      Warp Points:
    
    -Kolak Inn-
    This point drops you in front of the area that leads to the lodge.
    
    -Kerikil Calm-
    You'll end up in the middle of the Calm area, so named because the
    water here is much calmer than the rest of the river. This area is
    where you can find the legendary Bothriolepis.
    
    -Kerikil Rapids-
    This point brings you to the middle of the Rapids area, where a
    small stream blockage (possible beaver dam?) creates a fast,
    turbulent rapids where Japanese Dace, Salmon, and Char like to hide.
    
    -Kerikil Waterfall-
    You will find yourself close to a very noisy waterfall if you choose
    to warp here. Rainbow Trout abound in this beautiful spot.
    
      Non Warp Map Areas:
    
    -Suspender Bridge-
    This loooooong bridge is suspended over a long, deep gorge with
    part of the river flowing through it. Since the bridge is so high up,
    you cannot look down to see, however (and that's a good thing!).
    
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        =FISH=
    
    These go in order of the pages in the Fish Guide, found
    in your room in the suitcase. Fish go from top to bottom,
    left to right.
    
    
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      Fish Name: JAPANESE DACE
    
      Index Number: #028
    
      Location(s) Found: Kerikil Rapids (Both)
    
      Points Worth: 345
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.25 ft
    
      Notes: This skinny, light gray fish likes the areas around the
      rocks, and the riverbank opposite from where you fish. It's
      skinnier & lighter than the Brook Trout that can also be found
      here.
    
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      Fish Name: JAPANESE SALMON
    
      Index Number: #198
    
      Location(s) Found: Kerikil Calm (Both)
    
      Points Worth: 390
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.28 ft
    
      Notes: You can also find this gray, speckled fish in the Rapids
      (both). It likes weeds and rocks so it can hide in them.
    
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      Fish Name: FAT MINNOW
    
      Index Number: #091
    
      Location(s) Found: Kerikil Calm (Both)
    
      Points Worth: 120
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.51 ft
    
      Notes: This tiny, yellow fish isn't easy to spot, but likes about
      any bait, and you can walk far enough out into the Calm to
      get close enough to see it in the shallow waters there.
    
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      Fish Name: JAPANESE CHAR
    
      Index Number: #026
    
      Location(s) Found: Kerikil Rapids (Both)
    
      Points Worth: 375
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.82 ft
    
      Notes: Small and gray, with gray spots, this tiny fish likes the
      opposite bank of the river from where you fish. It likes to hide
      in the rushing water near the logs blocking the stream (beaver
      dam?) as well.
    
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      Fish Name: BOTHRIOLEPIS
    
      Index Number: #174
    
      Location(s) Found: Kerikil Calm (Both)
    
      Points Worth: 12,750
    
      Size & Largest Rank: Small; A rank: 1.58 ft
    
      Notes: This legendary fish likes the grassy marshes about 90-
      100 ft out. It's picky, and loves Rainbow bait as well as a Red
      & Green Oriental Spinner lure.
      You'll see lots of Catfish and Magoi, some Japanese Salmon, and
      a few Fat Minnows in your search for this creature. If you are
      lucky, you MAY see it leaping to the water's top at the edge of
      the marshy area; you can tell what it is by its fat blueish
      "helmeted" head and longer, brownish mottled body. (You may only
      see that if you have the bait in the water already and are zoomed
      in on it.)
    
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     =KERIKIL RIVER QUESTS=
    
    1. THE KERIKIL RESEARCHER: (worth 3,000 points)
    Getting the map and opening the warp points are recommended for
    this quest.
    Warp to the Calm area, and find a man near the start of the area (in
    a brown coat), who seems to be too lazy to go find his assistant,
    and wants you to do it for him. So, warp up to the middle of the
    Rapids and find the man in the gray clothes, and talk to him.
    Yes, you've found the right person. Except this assistant is just
    standing around, not assisting or doing anything at all! He's
    supposed to catch a Rainbow Trout and report back to his boss.
    (You know what's coming, don't you?) He would love it if YOU could
    do that for him.
    So warp to the Waterfall, and look for a fish with a pinkish hue.
    After you catch one, warp back to the assistant (at the Rapids),
    then warp back to the boss and talk to him (at the Calm).
    
    2. SENTIMENTS OF THE FISH: (worth 2,500 points)
    Run or bike to the start of the Suspender Bridge, and notice a
    forlorn looking man in a brown sweater. Talk to him, and he says
    he wants to show his love for a certain woman, but doesn't know
    what to do. Maybe a Magoi would be a good gift for her?
    This is the largest of the fish available here, and easy to spot
    in the Calm or the Rapids areas. Catch one, and go back to the
    lodge area to find his one true love (also wearing a brown sweater).
    Talk to her to complete the quest.
    
    3. MEANDERING SALMON: (worth 1,000 points)
    As you fish at the Rapids area, you might notice a seemingly lost
    fisherman with a straw hat just standing there. Talk to him and
    find he's looking for salmon. After finding out there are no salmon
    here, he comments on "the other river" having salmon, and he'll
    have to go there, and the quest is over.
    (Having the Tidur River open, or catching a salmon there, may help
    to complete this quest.)
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
      =KERIKIL RIVER BULLETIN BOARD & ACTIVITIES=
    
    The bulletin board here is to the right of the check in/out counter.
    There are 3-4 activities and 4-6 fish target cards per day.
    
    
      =ACTIVITIES=
    
    -KERIKIL RIVER LURE FISHING TOURNAMENT-
    open to: all; reward: 12,000 points; cost: 300 pts
    This tournament rewards you for catching the most fish, so before
    the tournament starts, practice, and examine what fish like which
    lures.
    
    -KERIKIL RIVER SUBMARINE TOUR-
    open to: players with 30+ catches in area; cost: 100 pts
    Go on a relaxing tour of the Kerikil River fish. Lasts 4 hours.
    
    -SAFIR CAVE SUBMARINE TOUR-
    open to: players with 40+ catches in area; cost: 100 pts
    Go on a relaxing tour of the Safir Cave fish. Lasts 4 hours.
    
    -ICE LAKE REMAK SMELT FISHING TOUR-
    open to: rookie class rank 1+ players; cost: 500 pts
    This is the only way to catch the tiny fish known as Pond Smelt.
    This is presented as a mini-game that can be played simultaneously
    by up to 4 players. Choose a color (blue, green, red, yellow) of
    chair to sit down on; you'll automatically drop your line into
    a small hole near the chair. The first "hit" you'll feel is the hook
    hitting the lake bottom, so be aware of that. Wait until you feel
    a hit, then follow the instructions and either press "A" or "B"
    when it says to. If you follow all the prompts correctly, you will
    pull up from 1 to several smelt at a time. Combos are rewarded.
    You only get a set amount of time (represented by the green bar
    on the top right of your screen). When the green runs out, you're
    done. You can fit 2 trips here into one day, if you start early.
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
    When you leave the Kerikil River, you can go to these areas:
    
    Pacar Beach, to Kerikil's Southeast (if unlocked)
    Dua Ribu Lake, to Kerikil's Southwest
    Tidur River, to Kerikil's Northwest (if unlocked)
    
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    ==TIDUR RIVER [TDR]==
    
    
     =GENERAL INFORMATION=
    
    This river is split into two separate areas. The northern area holds
    mainly the 4 large carp species, but the southern area is all about
    the salmon!
    It costs 200 points per day to stay here.
    
    This area is closed, until you buy the license from the man on Dua
    Ribu Lake's dock, (after 20+ or 30+ catches), for 5,000 points.
    
    
      Warp Points:
    
    --River House Albury--
    This point drops you right outside the lodge area, where you can
    rent a bicycle for the day for 20 points, if you want. The lodge
    also has a lure fishing proctor who teaches you how to use a certain
    type of lure known as crankbait.
    
    --Northern River--
    If you choose to warp here, you will end up at the dock, where you
    can rent a kayak (50 points a day) for paddling up or down the
    Northern River to catch carp.
    
    --Southern River--
    Warping here puts you near a signpost at the start of the area.
    If you go to the left, you'll see the cruiser parked here, for your
    convenience once you've bought it. If you go right, you'll find a
    long stretch of river that you can wade a little into, or fish from
    the bank, mainly for salmon.
    
      Non Warp Map Areas:
    
    --Tidur Waterfall--
    Black and Grass Carp abound in this area, and its rushing waters
    also hide smaller fish.
    
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        =FISH=
    
    These go in order of the pages in the Fish Guide, found
    in your room in the suitcase. Fish go from top to bottom,
    left to right.
    
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      Fish Name: YELLOWFIN GOBY
    
      Index Number: #185
    
      Location(s) Found: (Pacar) Villa Mirador & Southern River (Down.)
    
      Points Worth: 90
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.63 ft
    
      Notes: This tiny yellowish fish is easier to see around Villa
      Mirador, but is also quite common here.
    
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      Fish Name: CRUCIAN CARP
    
      Index Number: #153
    
      Location(s) Found: Southern River & Northern River (both Upstream)
    
      Points Worth: 85
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.06 ft
    
      Notes: This small, round, gray fish can also be found in the
      Kerikil Rapids (both), where it will annoy you to no end as you're
      looking for the Rapids fish, but here, this will annoy you as
      you're looking for the area legendary.
    
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      Fish Name: JAPANESE HUCHEN
    
      Index Number: #024
    
      Location(s) Found: Northern River (Upstream)
    
      Points Worth: 1,185
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 4.23 ft
    
      Notes: The fish book might say upstream, but it can be caught
      almost anywhere in the Northern River. It looks different than
      any of the carp; its head and body look seamless and about the
      same color, while the carp have lighter bodies and dark heads.
      It usually likes to stay near dead trees.
      (This fish is triggered by quest #2-"The Old Man's Honor".)
    
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      Fish Name: STRIPED MULLET
    
      Index Number: #175
    
      Location(s) Found: (Pacar) Villa Mirador & Southern River (Down.)
    
      Points Worth: 85
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.85 ft
    
      Notes: This long, silvery, skinny fish can be seen more easily at
      Villa Mirador, when you take a kayak out. It can be caught here
      here too, in the Southern River.
    
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      Fish Name: MAGOI
    
      Index Number: #180
    
      Location(s) Found: Southern & Northern River (both Upstream)
    
      Points Worth: 325
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.52 ft
    
      Notes: You can also find this fat, pale fish in the Kerikil River,
      both in the Calm areas and the Rapids. In all places it is quite
      common, and likes about any bait.
    
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      Fish Name: CHUM SALMON
    
      Index Number: #078
    
      Location(s) Found: Kanan Eyelet & Southern River (Downstream)
    
      Points Worth: 415
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.51 ft
    
      Notes: This salmon looks something like a Silver Salmon, with a
      dark area on its head and upper body, and it may be difficult to
      tell them apart until you get it into the boat. You can also find
      this in the Frigid Ocean.
    
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      Fish Name: SILVER SALMON
    
      Index Number: #049
    
      Location(s) Found: (Kanan) Reed Point & Southern River (Upstream)
    
      Points Worth: 405
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.52 ft
    
      Notes: This fish looks a lot like a Chum Salmon, with a silvery
      lower body, and dark head and upper body. You can also find this
      in the Frigid Ocean.
    
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      Fish Name: SOCKEYE SALMON (F)
    
      Index Number: #166
    
      Location(s) Found: (Kanan) Reed Point & Southern River (Upstream)
    
      Points Worth: 855
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.07 ft
    
      Notes: You can tell the difference between this and the male by
      the body color: the female is paler pink all over its body,
      including the head.
    
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      Fish Name: MALE SOCKEYE SALMON
    
      Index Number: #165
    
      Location(s) Found: (Kanan) Reed Point & Southern River Downstream
    
      Points Worth: 420
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.10 ft
    
      Notes: You can tell the difference between this and the female by
      its hooked jaw, and its dark head against the vivid pink body.
    
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      Fish Name: GRASS CARP
    
      Index Number: #085
    
      Location(s) Found: Tidur Waterfall
    
      Points Worth: 3,330
    
      Size & S Rank: Large/Extra Large; 5.92 ft
    
      Notes: These like to wander around by the large rock on the left
      riverbank near the waterfall itself. There are a lot of weeds they
      hide in by the rock, and also come out into the open water there.
      These have a really light colored (gold) body, with a darker head.
      (This fish is triggered by quest #1-"Romance of the Tidur".)
    
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      Fish Name: BLACK CARP
    
      Index Number: #002
    
      Location(s) Found: Tidur Waterfall
    
      Points Worth: 3,330
    
      Size & S Rank: Large/Extra Large; 6.33 ft
    
      Notes: These like to wander around by the large rock on the left
      riverbank near the waterfall itself. There are a lot of weeds they
      hide in by the rock, and also come out into the open water there.
      These have a darker colored body, with a really dark head.
      (This fish is triggered by quest #1-"Romance of the Tidur"-end.)
    
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      Fish Name: BIGHEAD CARP
    
      Index Number: #065
    
      Location(s) Found: Northern River (Downstream)
    
      Points Worth: 3,330
    
      Size & S Rank: Large/Extra Large; 6.69 ft
    
      Notes: You can find this fish mainly in a small, pond type area
      at the end of the downstream Northern River. It has a slightly
      darker body than a Silver Carp.
      (This fish is triggered by quest #1-"Romance of the Tidur"-end.)
    
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      Fish Name: SILVER CARP
    
      Index Number: #133
    
      Location(s) Found: Northern River (Downstream)
    
      Points Worth: 3,330
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 5.09 ft
    
      Notes: This fish can be found in the same pond type area that the
      Bighead Carp can be found in, or also on the way to that area near
      the riverbanks or in the middle of the river. It's a little smaller
      and lighter in color than the Bighead Carp.
      (This fish is triggered by quest #1-"Romance of the Tidur"-end.)
    
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      Fish Name: CHEIRACANTHUS
    
      Index Number: #060
    
      Location(s) Found: Northern River (Downstream)
    
      Points Worth: 9,750
    
      Size & Largest Rank: Small; C rank: 1.04 ft
    
      Notes: This is a legendary fish, found around the first rock on
      the left after you leave the dock in a kayak, going towards the
      waterfall. Be prepared to catch lots and lots of Crucian Carp and
      Magoi until you get this fish. It likes Rainbow bait, as do all
      the legendaries, but it may take Quick Hitter as well.
    
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     =TIDUR RIVER QUESTS=
    
    1. ROMANCE OF THE TIDUR: (worth 4,500 points)
    Talk to a woman in the lodge area who thinks you were yawning at her
    as she was trying to tell you the history of the river's splitting,
    and agree to catch a Grass Carp to cheer her up. She doesn't know
    which river they can be found in, so you'll have to find someone who
    does. Warp to the Southern River, and near the signpost you'll
    encounter a man with a green baseball cap who says he thinks he
    knows an insider who does know where to find this fish.
    Run or bike all the way to the right of the Southern River area,
    and find an old man in a windbreaker who states that he, indeed,
    knows where to find this elusive fish. He mentions "fast-moving
    currents", so that leads you to only one place: the waterfall.
    Warp to the Northern River, and kayak up to the Waterfall. You
    may start to see a large, light colored fish with a dark head on
    your way up. This is the Grass Carp. Catch one (use XL tackle),
    then return to the woman and talk to her again. She now mentions
    that there are 3 other types of Grass Carp in this river. (This now
    releases the other 3 carp into the river.) Quest over!
    
    2. THE OLD MAN'S HONOR: (worth 3,000 points)
    An old man in a red kayak sits sadly in the water, not able to catch
    a Japanese Hutchen. After you come along and talk to him, he asks
    if you could do it for him, to restore his honor with his family
    after he failed in his quest. These, although the book says they
    can be found mainly in the Waterfall area, can be found almost
    all over the Northern River. They like to hang around dead trees,
    mainly. Catch one, then return to him. Quest done!
    (Note: Until you begin this quest, there are NO Japanese Hutchen
    in the river. They can interfere with catching the large carps here,
    and they are so common and like to hit the bait first, if you wish
    to S-rank the carps first, just leave the man alone until you are
    ready to start catching these fish. You can easily kayak around
    him until you want to talk to him for the first time.)
    
    3. A PROMISE BETWEEN THE TWO: (worth 2,000 points)
    A rather lovestruck teen (wearing a life jacket) stands on the kayak
    dock, waiting for his girlfriend. Run or warp to the lodge area to
    find her; she has brown hair, and is standing on the small dirt path
    that leads to your cabin. Talk to her to complete the quest.
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
      =TIDUR RIVER BULLETIN BOARD & ACTIVITIES=
    
    The bulletin board here is to the right of the check in/out counter;
    it holds about 3-4 activities, and 4-6 fish target cards per day.
    
    
      =ACTIVITIES=
    
    -TIDUR RIVER SUBMARINE TOUR-
    open to: players with 30+ catches in area; cost: 100 pts
    Go on a relaxing sub tour of the area's fish. Lasts 4 hours.
    
    -TIDUR RIVER LURE FISHING TOURNAMENT-
    open to: all; cost: 300 pts; reward: 12,000 points
    Think you have what it takes to win? Then try to catch a fish larger
    than anyone else's! The largest fish here I've caught is the Bighead
    Carp, but all of the carp are quite large, so try fishing for carp.
    
    -ICE RIVER GUNAN FISHING TOUR-
    open to: expert class rank 10+ players; cost: 500 pts
    This tour is the only way to get to the Gunan Es River to fish.
    Cold loving fish, like large pike and salmon, and tiny trout, can
    be caught here. This lasts until 5 PM.
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
    When you leave the Tidur River, you can go to these areas:
    
    Kanan Lake, to Tidur's Southwest (if unlocked)
    Dua Ribu Lake, to Tidur's Southeast
    Kerikil River, to Tidur's Southeast (if unlocked)
    
     \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
    ==PANAS JUNGLE [PNJ]==
    
    
     =GENERAL INFORMATION=
    
    This jungle, filled with centuries old, huge trees, is home to
    various types of fish, from the large alligator gars to the tiny
    but ferocious piranha. You can hear the various tropical birds,
    and sometimes see them roosting on the overgrown tree branches
    here.
    It costs 200 points per day to stay here.
    
      Warp Points:
    
    --Bambam Lodge--
    This point sets you down near the check in/out counter, for
    your convenience.
    
    --Dock--
    You end up near the end of the dock where you can rent an
    inflatable boat for 50 points per day.
    
    
      Non Warp Map Areas:
    
    --Rootroof Stream--
    Large roots from the centuries-old trees block out most of the
    sun here, creating a type of "roof" (hence its name). You can find
    mostly smaller fish like Piranha and Pacu, or slightly larger fish
    like Apapa or African Pike here.
    
    --Panas Lake--
    This large central lake holds the monsters like the Alligator Gar
    and Pirarucu, and also the smaller fish from the streams. The water
    can be quite muddy and hard to see into at times.
    
    --Craigie Stream--
    If you go left through the lake from Rootroof Stream, you
    come to this small stream that leads to a magnificent waterfall.
    
    --Panas Waterfall--
    The beautiful waterfall here holds more large fish like the Gar
    and Pirarucu, and its noisy waters also hide smaller fish.
    
    --Leafroof Stream--
    After going through Rootroof Stream, if you turn right on Panas
    Lake, you will ride through this green, leafy stream on your way
    to the end of the lake.
    
    --Hibiscus Pier--
    Dock here to get to Emerald Marsh. You can also fish off the dock
    and the land nearby.
    
    --Emerald Marsh--
    This hard to reach area holds large fish like Dorado and Arowana,
    as well as tiny fish like Cardinal Tetra, and also hides THE hardest
    and smallest legendary to find, the Pteraspis.
    
    --Mangrove Pool--
    The end of the Panas Jungle area holds more Alligator Gar, along
    with its rarer cousin, the pale and beautiful Platinum Alligator
    Gar. Smaller fish like the Black Ghost Knifefish weave their way
    through the giant tree roots here too.
    
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        =FISH=
    
    These go in order of the pages in the Fish Guide, found
    in your room in the suitcase. Fish go from top to bottom,
    left to right.
    
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      Fish Name: PIRANHA
    
      Index Number: #146
    
      Location(s) Found: Rootroof Stream
    
      Points Worth: 165
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.25 ft
    
      Notes: This ferocious little fish can easily be caught just about
      anywhere in the connected areas here, and likes about any bait.
    
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      Fish Name: ARMORED CATFISH
    
      Index Number: #201
    
      Location(s) Found: Emerald Marsh
    
      Points Worth: 180
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.64 ft
    
      Notes: This fish will drive you crazy as you keep catching it
      instead of the Pteraspis in the Marsh. You can also find it
      occasionally in Rootroof Stream and Mangrove Pool.
    
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      Fish Name: CARDINAL TETRA
    
      Index Number: #035
    
      Location(s) Found: Emerald Marsh
    
      Points Worth: 145
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.21 ft
    
      Notes: This tiny little thing can be the other annoying fish
      you can catch in the Marsh instead of the Pteraspis.
    
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      Fish Name: APAPA
    
      Index Number: #007
    
      Location(s) Found: Rootroof Stream
    
      Points Worth: 315
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium/Large; 2.75 ft
    
      Notes: This slim gold and silvery fish is easy to see and catch
      in the Stream; it also likes to swim into Panas Lake. Although
      it is a medium sized fish, it likes LARGE bait.
    
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      Fish Name: PEACOCK BASS
    
      Index Number: #144
    
      Location(s) Found: Panas Lake, Craigie Stream
    
      Points Worth: 470
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium/Large; 3.10 ft
    
      Notes: This annoyingly common fish can aso be caught just about
      anywhere in the connected parts of the area; it likes almost any
      bait and usually hits it first. Although listed as medium/large,
      it likes LARGE bait, so if you are trying to get Gar or Pirarucu,
      these may take the bait first.
    
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      Fish Name: PAYARA
    
      Index Number: #163
    
      Location(s) Found: Emerald Marsh
    
      Points Worth: 920
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 3.29 ft
    
      Notes: This is the smallest of the 3 available large fish in the
      Emerald Marsh. It can be easily seen around the dead trees on the
      left side of the Marsh, but is about anywhere else there too.
      You can tell it from the other two by noting it's slimmer, and has
      a dark body with a slightly darker head, and a hooked jaw.
    
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      Fish Name: AFRICAN PIKE
    
      Index Number: #010
    
      Location(s) Found: Rootroof Stream
    
      Points Worth: 460
    
      Size & S Rank: Small/Medium; 1.85 ft
    
      Notes: This long skinny fish can also be caught in the Mangrove
      Marsh; it's quite common and likes about any bait.
    
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      Fish Name: BLACK GHOST KNIFEFISH
    
      Index Number: #158
    
      Location(s) Found: Mangrove Pool
    
      Points Worth: 1,200
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.24 ft
    
      Notes: This small, rare fish has a tapered look; a fat head that
      get slimmer towards the tail. It has two white bands near its tail
      that stand out against its black body. It's quite fast as it swims
      through the water, and can be quite shy, hitting the bait last.
    
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      Fish Name: REDTAIL CATFISH
    
      Index Number: #210
    
      Location(s) Found: Mangrove Pool
    
      Points Worth: 1,410
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 4.22 ft
    
      Notes: This long thin catfish really does have a red tail, like
      its name. It loves about any kind of bait and likes to hit first.
    
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      Fish Name: PACU
    
      Index Number: #132
    
      Location(s) Found: Rootroof Stream
    
      Points Worth: 380
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.84 ft
    
      Notes: This small fish looks like a piranha, but is rounder and a
      little shyer than a piranha. You may be able to see it a little
      better in Panas Lake, where you can also find it. You may, to
      your surprise, also catch it near the front part of Emerald Marsh.
    
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      Fish Name: AROWANA
    
      Index Number: #015
    
      Location(s) Found: Emerald Marsh
    
      Points Worth: 940
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 4.22 ft
    
      Notes: This large, all golden fish has a unique profile you can
      use to distinguish it from the other 2 large fish in the Marsh;
      it has two odd looking fins around its body. Like the other two
      fish, you can see it better around the 2 dead trees on the left
      side of the Marsh, although you can find it anywhere else there.
      (This fish is triggered by quest #2-"Find the Key Man".)
    
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      Fish Name: ALLIGATOR GAR
    
      Index Number: #014
    
      Location(s) Found: Mangrove Pool
    
      Points Worth: 1,240
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 10.19 ft
    
      Notes: This huge fish can also be found in Panas Lake and Panas
      Waterfall. It has a triangular shape and fins and a somewhat long
      nose, and likes about any bait.
    
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      Fish Name: PLATINUM ALLIGATOR GAR
    
      Index Number: #156
    
      Location(s) Found: Mangrove Pool
    
      Points Worth: 2,880
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 9.86 ft
    
      Notes: This slightly smaller, paler cousin of the Alligator Gar
      is slimmer and more beautiful than the regular Gar. Underwater
      it may hard to tell the difference, though. If you are having
      trouble catching one, try fishing at night; these seem to almost
      "glow" or reflect the moonlight at night.
      (This fish is triggered by quest #6-"Monster of Silver".)
    
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      Fish Name: PIRARUCU
    
      Index Number: #149
    
      Location(s) Found: Panas Lake, Panas Waterfall
    
      Points Worth: 1,450
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 14.83 ft
    
      Notes: As much as this fish looks like an Alligator Gar, you can
      tell the difference between it and a Gar by its fins. It has
      rounder fins and a short nose, and can be a little shyer than
      a Gar. They usually stay around the left hand side of the Lake
      (the left as you come into it from Rootroof Stream), near the
      rock "wall" boundary. They can be hard to see in the Waterfall
      area, but are there.
      (This fish is triggered by quest #1-"King of the Jungle".)
    
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      Fish Name: DORADO
    
      Index Number: #109
    
      Location(s) Found:  Emerald Marsh, Mangrove Pool
    
      Points Worth: 1,600
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 4.25 ft
    
      Notes: This large, golden fish can be told from the other 2 large
      fish in the Marsh by its dark head and light body, and rounder
      profile. Like the other two fish, can be seen better by the dead
      trees on the left side of the Marsh, but found anywhere in there.
      (This fish is triggered by quest #5-"Shadow of Gold".)
    
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      Fish Name: PTERASPIS
    
      Index Number: #152
    
      Location(s) Found: Emerald Marsh
    
      Points Worth: 11,250
    
      Size & Largest Rank: Small; C rank: 0.84 ft
    
      Notes: This fish may take what sanity you still have when you play
      this game. This is THE hardest legendary to catch, and likes the
      back part of the Marsh. You can try between the sand dunes on the
      right, if you can cast that far over. Try Rainbow, Quick Hitter,
      Wide Range, or Blue, for bait; or Pink/Blue Spotted Lure and cast
      out over 100 ft to the right, or even straight out. Prepare to get
      tons of Armored Catfish and Cardinal Tetra before getting this.
    
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     =PANAS JUNGLE QUESTS=
    
    1. KING OF THE JUNGLE: (worth 4,500 points)
    A man with a fishing hat in the middle of the lodge area tells you
    there's a legend about "the king of the jungle", although he won't
    tell you any more than that; perhaps the girl at the dock will tell
    you more?
    Find the teen girl with the black tank top standing at the dock.
    She says she would like you to find her missing brother, then she'll
    tell you all about the "king of the jungle".
    Rent an inflatable raft and head out on the water; the missing kid
    is in a small "pond" type area to the left in Rootroof Stream,
    almost before you reach Panas Lake. Talk to this kid to find he was
    just looking for the bathroom! He tells you he's going back now,
    so you can return too.
    Return to the sister, who thanks you for finding her brother. She
    tells you about the Pirarucu, the "king of the jungle", and would
    like to see one. So go back out to Panas Lake, where the Pirarucu
    has now been released. Catch one (you can tell it from the alligator
    gars by its rounded fins and rounder body; use XL tackle), and
    return & talk to the girl. Quest done!
    
    2. FIND THE KEY MAN: (worth 3,500 points)
    There's a man in a t-shirt and dark jeans that looks a little lost,
    standing near the lodge exit. Talk to him to find that his friend
    left for Emerald Marsh and took the lodge key with him! Will you
    please go get the key from him?
    So, go out to Emerald Marsh, and find the friend wearing a tank top.
    Talk to him, but he doesn't trust you to take the key to his friend
    yet. He'd like a symbol of your worthiness; would you be able to
    catch an Arowana? These long, golden fish like to hang out by the
    dead trees on the left in the Marsh. Catch one, then talk to him
    again. Now he'll trust you with the key.
    Return to the man in the lodge with the key; quest over....?
    
    3. FIND THE KEY MAN (CONT'D): (worth 5,000 points)
    Return to the Emerald Marsh to find the friend who had the key in
    quest #2 still there; talk to him and he tells you he has been
    stranded there since his friend took the boat and went back to the
    lodge! Would you please go and ask his friend to come get him?
    Return to the lodge area and find the friend exactly where he was
    before. Talk to him and he says he'll go get his unhappy friend.
    All done (finally)!
    
    4. THE WOES OF A NON-SWIMMER: (worth 1,000 points)
    There's a little boy with a baseball cap on the path to the dock,
    woeful over the fact he can't swim. When you talk to him, he
    comments on the fact that the Teman shop has life jackets.
    Quest over. (The completion of the quest may depend on if you've
    done the quest in Teman to open the shop there.)
    
    5. SHADOW OF GOLD: (worth 3,500 points)
    After you complete three of the first quests, a woman in a gold suit
    shows up on the side of the check in/out counter steps. She has
    heard about the legend of a golden fish, and announces that though
    YOU might believe the legend, SHE doesn't. She then vanishes.
    Go out to the dock area, and find a little girl wearing a tank top
    near the dock entrance. If you talk to her, she asks if the "greedy
    lady" is gone. After finding out she is, the little girl tells you
    there IS a golden fish in Emerald Marsh. Go there and catch a
    Dorado and complete the quest. (Dorado has a dark head, with a
    light, round body; use L/XL tackle.)
    
    6. MONSTER OF SILVER: (worth 5,000 points)
    After quest #5 is complete, an old man with a white afro appears
    on the dock. He comments on your success in catching the golden
    fish, and wonders if you are good enough to catch a silver legend.
    He mentions a Platinum Alligator Gar in "the mangroves".
    Go out to the Mangrove Pool and look for a PAG. You may be able
    to tell it from a regular alligator gar by the fact it's a little
    paler and sleeker than its cousin, although it looks so similar 
    you may have trouble telling them apart. When you do get one, (use
    XL tackle) return & talk to the old man. Quest done.
    
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      =PANAS JUNGLE BULLETIN BOARD & ACTIVITIES=
    
    The bulletin board is on the right side of the check in/out counter.
    It usually has 3-4 activities, and 4-6 fish target cards, per day.
    
    
      =ACTIVITIES=
    
    
    -PANAS JUNGLE SUBMARINE TOUR-
    open to: players with 30+ catches in area; cost: 100 pts
    Go on a relaxing sub tour of the area's fish. Lasts 4 hours.
    
    -SYMBOL HUNT IN THE JUNGLE (EASY/NORMAL/HARD/MASTER)-
    open to: (easy) Rookie class rank 5+, (N/H/M) conquer previous level
    cost: 100 points
    Hunt for seven symbols and take their picture, all within 10 minutes
    (real time)! Look on trees & their roots, on the docks, on the
    ground, and everywhere else you can see. They do put some in
    Emerald Marsh too, so look there too.
    
    -FISH COUNTING: NORMAL-
    open to: players with 50+ catches in area; cost: 100 pts
    You thought you had a good time with the easy version, so get
    ready to ramp it up! More interfering fish, more fish to count!
    
    -PANAS JUNGLE FLOAT FISHING TOURNAMENT-
    open to: all; cost: 300 pts; reward: 6,000 pts (largest fish)
    This fun tournament lets you use bait, so break out your
    Rainbow bait and go after the largest fish you can!
    The Pirarucu is the largest fish here, so try catching these all
    day long for the win.
    
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    When you leave the Panas Jungle, you can go to these areas:
    
    Teman Paradise Beach, to Panas's Northwest
    Pacar Beach, to Panas's Northeast (if unlocked)
    Malam Jungle, to Panas's Southwest (if unlocked)
    
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    ==MALAM JUNGLE [MLJ]==
    
    
     =GENERAL INFORMATION=
    
    This open air jungle has some of the most lucrative fishing on the
    island, and is the area closest to its southern tip.
    It costs 400 points per day to stay here.
    
    It is closed until you buy the fishing license from the man standing
    near the counter steps in the Panas Jungle. He may offer to sell
    you the license after 20+ to 30+ catches, for 30,000 points.
    
    
      Warp Points:
    
    --Waco Inn--
    This point puts you near the check in/out counter, in the lodge area.
    
    --Frontier Pier--
    You land close to the boat rental area here. You can rent a
    speedboat for only 100 points per day to reach the best
    fishing areas.
    
    
      Non Warp Map Areas:
    
    --Malam Waterfall--
    This gorgeous landmark is the source of the water for the area.
    
    --Shak Garden Stream--
    This small stream holds rare fish like the Ocellated Snakehead,
    and even has a small dock you can fish off of, if you want.
    
    --Malam Mountain--
    This large hunk of rock, on its own small midstream island, helps
    divide the large midstream waters. Each direction of the Mountain
    holds different kinds of fish. There is a dock here too, along with
    a small enclosed shallow area teeming with small and medium fish.
    
    --Malam Outlet--
    You get to fish at the top of another waterfall here. This fast-
    moving water is home to Barramundi and the similar looking
    Papuan Black Bass.
    
    --Twin Rock Stream--
    This small split stream begins almost right at the speedboat dock,
    and holds the tiniest fish you can find here, along with the area's
    legendary fish. Its name comes from the two overhanging rocks
    at the stream's entrance near the dock.
    
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        =FISH=
    
    These go in order of the pages in the Fish Guide, found
    in your room in the suitcase. Fish go from top to bottom,
    left to right.
    
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      Fish Name: GUPPY
    
      Index Number: #053
    
      Location(s) Found: Twin Rock Stream
    
      Points Worth: 410
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.21 ft
    
      Notes: This tiny little fish with a large tail fin can also be
      found in Shak Garden Stream. You can distinguish it from the
      Platinum Guppy by the fact it has a colorful spot on its large
      tail, although you can't see that until after you pull it up from
      the water. It's so small you can't really tell when its under the
      water.
    
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      Fish Name: PLATINUM GUPPY
    
      Index Number: #157
    
      Location(s) Found: Twin Rock Stream
    
      Points Worth: 1,875
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.21 ft
    
      Notes: This cousin of the Guppy is a little paler, and has no
      tail spot like the regular Guppy does. Underwater, though, it's
      hard to tell as it's so small.
    
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      Fish Name: BUTTERFLY FISH
    
      Index Number: #136
    
      Location(s) Found: Twin Rock Stream
    
      Points Worth: 815
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.85 ft
    
      Notes: This small, skinny fish has 2 long bottom fins that you
      can use to tell it from other small fish. You can also find it in
      Shak Garden Stream.
    
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      Fish Name: BETTA
    
      Index Number: #106
    
      Location(s) Found: Twin Rock Stream
    
      Points Worth: 945
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.33 ft
    
      Notes: This fish has more fins than body; it has a large top fin,
      large bottom fin, and large tail fin; its red body, although
      colorful, cannot really be seen underwater. You may occasionally
      find this in Shak Garden Stream as well.
    
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      Fish Name: ELEPHANTNOSE FISH
    
      Index Number: #031
    
      Location(s) Found: Shak Garden Stream
    
      Points Worth: 780
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.03 ft
    
      Notes: You can also find this dark, squat, hooked nose fish in
      Malam Mountain (North), near the entrance/exit to Twin Rock
      Stream, and occasionally in the Twin Rock Stream.
    
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      Fish Name: OCELLATED SNAKEHEAD
    
      Index Number: #160
    
      Location(s) Found: Shak Garden Stream
    
      Points Worth: 1,340
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.25 ft
    
      Notes: You can tell this fish in the water by its long, skinny
      head and fatter, splotched body. They are somewhat more rare
      than other fish found here, but they like about any bait.
    
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      Fish Name: CHANNA LUCIUS
    
      Index Number: #001
    
      Location(s) Found: Malam Mountain (South)
    
      Points Worth: 1,210
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 1.49 ft
    
      Notes: This fish can also be found in the Eastern area of the
      Mountain. You can tell it from other fish by its long, dark,
      skinny body. In fact, it looks like a medium sized snakehead.
      (Which may be why it was placed with other snakeheads in the
      fish book.)
    
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      Fish Name: GIANT SNAKEHEAD
    
      Index Number: #107
    
      Location(s) Found: Malam Mountain (East)
    
      Points Worth: 1,980
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium/Large; 2.90 ft
    
      Notes: This long, dark, striped fish can be found around the
      east side of the Mountain, along smaller and medium sized
      fish. Listed as medium/large, it likes LARGE bait.
    
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      Fish Name: POLYPTERUS
    
      Index Number: #176
    
      Location(s) Found: Malam Mountain (West & North)
    
      Points Worth: 1,140
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.50 ft
    
      Notes: A long, light colored, skinny fish, it almost looks like
      a small eel as it moves through the water.
    
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      Fish Name: ROYAL KNIFE FISH
    
      Index Number: #212
    
      Location(s) Found: Malam Mountain (South)
    
      Points Worth: 970
    
      Size & S Rank: Small/Medium; 1.70 ft
    
      Notes: This fish has a short, fat, dark, body, and a long skinny
      tail. It can be quite annoyingly common, as it's found just about
      everywhere else in the area, and likes to hit the bait first.
    
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      Fish Name: PAPUAN BLACK BASS
    
      Index Number: #138
    
      Location(s) Found: Malam Outlet
    
      Points Worth: 1,755
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 4.18 ft
    
      Notes: This fish looks similar to 2 other large fish in this area,
      the Barramundi and the Nile Perch. You will have to study its
      profile in the fish book after you catch one. Underwater, it has
      a dark body and lighter head, and after you reel one in, it does
      NOT leap from the water like the other 2 do, and is a little
      bit smaller.
      (This fish is triggered by quest #1-"On The Hunt For Barra".)
    
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      Fish Name: TIGERFISH
    
      Index Number: #089
    
      Location(s) Found: Malam Mountain (West & North)
    
      Points Worth: 2,670
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 4.93 ft
    
      Notes: A large, slim, striped fish, it swims among the Nile Perch
      and other fish on the North and West sides of Malam Mountain.
      (This fish is triggered by quest #2-"The Tiger in the Deep".)
    
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      Fish Name: NILE PERCH
    
      Index Number: #112
    
      Location(s) Found: Malam Mountain (West & South)
    
      Points Worth: 935
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 6.20 ft
    
      Notes: You can find this large, common fish at the Outlet too,
      and it looks similar to the Barramundi and Papuan Black Bass.
      It has a dark body, but slightly smaller head than the other 2
      large fish.
    
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      Fish Name: BARRAMUNDI
    
      Index Number: #140
    
      Location(s) Found: Malam Outlet
    
      Points Worth: 2,580
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 6.26 ft
    
      Notes: This large fish can somewhat be told from the other 2
      large fish in this area by its paler body against its darker
      head. This leaps from the water after you catch it.
      (This fish is triggered by quest #1-"On the Hunt for Barra".)
    
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      Fish Name: CLIMATIUS
    
      Index Number: #055
    
      Location(s) Found: Twin Rock Stream
    
      Points Worth: 9,000
    
      Size & Largest Rank: Small; B rank: 0.37 ft
    
      Notes: This small legendary fish is rare, but can be noticed by
      its rounded blueish body, different from any other fish that can
      be caught in the area.
    
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     =MALAM JUNGLE QUESTS=
    
    1. ON THE HUNT FOR BARRA: (worth 7,500 points)
    If you talk to the man in a cowboy hat standing by the campfire, he
    begins to tell you about the area fish. Before he can tell you about
    one of the best known, however, he'd like to see how good you are
    at fishing, so would you go catch a Papuan Bass for him? They can
    be found at the edge of the area, at the Outlet.
    Rent a boat, and go all the way out to the Outlet. The large Papuan
    Black Bass is hard to miss here. They do look similar to a Nile
    Perch (and Nile Perch can occasionally be found in the Outlet), but
    these are a little smaller and darker in color than the Nile Perch.
    Use L/XL tackle, and catch one.
    Return to the man, and then he tells you about the fish people
    affectionately call a "Barra", really known as a Barramundi. Since
    he'd also like to see one of these, guess where you need to go back
    to now?
    Head back to the Outlet, and look for a large fish that looks like
    a Nile Perch, but it paler and a little longer. Catch one, then
    return one more time to hear that the area has more legends
    in its waters. All done!
    
    2. THE TIGER IN THE DEEP: (worth 3,500 points)
    Go to Malam Mountain, and dock there. Find a man standing by the old
    abandoned huts, wearing an eye patch. He tells you he wears the
    patch because long ago he was attacked by a mean old "tiger"; not
    the creature in this case, but a Tigerfish. Maybe you could do what
    he could not; namely, catch one of them?
    Take your boat around to the northern side of the Mountain, and
    look for a large, slim, striped fish. This is the Tigerfish. Catch
    one, then return to him. He congratulates you on your fishing
    skills, and gives you your reward. Quest done!
    
    3. THE FARTHEST POINT: (worth 1,000 points)
    Take your boat out to Shak Garden Stream, and dock there. A girl
    wearing a tank top and shorts seems eager to talk, so talk to her.
    She tells you about a secret islet at the southernmost part of the
    area that no one seems to go to anymore since the area became
    a tourist trap, but once you have your own boat, you should be
    able to go out there. Quest over!
    (I think if you have done a trolling tour out by Sepuluh Island,
    which is likely what she talking about, helps complete this quest.)
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
      =MALAM JUNGLE BULLETIN BOARD & ACTIVITIES=
    
    The bulletin board here is to the right of the check in/out counter.
    It holds 3-4 activities and 4-6 fish target cards per day.
    
      =ACTIVITIES=
    
    
    -MALAM FLOAT FISHING TOURNAMENT-
    open to: all; cost: 300 pts; reward: 10,000 points
    The most catches wins the day with this tournament, so break
    out your Rainbow or Quick Hitter bait and fish away!
    Try fishing at Twin Rock or Shak Garden Stream; these have the
    smallest and easiest to catch fish, so it shouldn't take long
    to start reeling them in quickly.
    
    -MALAM JUNGLE SUBMARINE TOUR-
    open to: players with 30+ catches in area; cost: 100 pts
    Go on a relaxing sub tour of the area's fish. Lasts 4 hours.
    
    -ISOLATED RIVER PATAPARA FISHING TOUR-
    open to: expert class rank 10+ players; cost: 500 pts
    This is the only way to get to the Patapara River to fish.
    The area only holds 3 fish: 2 large, and 1 medium. Lasts
    until 5 PM.
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
    When you leave the Malam Jungle, you can go to this area:
    
    Panas Jungle, to Malam's Northeast
    
     \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
       ++OTHER AREAS++
    
    These areas include the four isolated areas off from the main areas,
    three open ocean areas, two deserted islands off the main island,
    and one secret cave. (And a partridge in a pear treeeeee......)
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
    ==TROPICAL OCEAN [TRO]==
    
    
     =GENERAL INFORMATION=
    
    The Tropical Ocean generally encompasses the western (left) part of
    the island; roughly, the borders run from the top tip of the island
    to the eastern area a little north of the lighthouse (since the
    island is Marlin-shaped, the borders are not exact). Some fish
    from the Temperate Ocean may "bleed" into this area.
    
    Sepuluh (or as the journal calls it, Spool) Island is far off the
    southeastern coast of the main resort island. You can only go
    out there after you buy the cruiser.
    
    To fish out here, you can either take a Ferryboat fishing tour or
    a trolling tour from Teman Paradise Beach, at least until you buy
    the cruiser. Then you can go out anytime you want.
    
    Note that all fish caught out here leap from the water, even the
    smallest fish. You can tell an S-rank fish because you see the three
    profiles of it as it leaps from the water after you catch it.
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
        =FISH=
    
    These go in order of the pages in the Fish Guide, found
    in your room in the suitcase. Fish go from top to bottom,
    left to right.
    
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      Fish Name: AUXIS ROCHEI
    
      Index Number: #186
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 520
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.13 ft
    
      Notes: A long, silvery blue, skinny fish, it can sometimes be
      confused with a Bonito, but this not as shiny, and is bluer.
    
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      Fish Name: BONITO
    
      Index Number: #039
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 535
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.12 ft
    
      Notes: This similar-looking fish to an Auxis Rochei has a
      fatter body, and is more shiny then the Rochei is.
    
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      Fish Name: JOHN DORY
    
      Index Number: #184
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 310
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.69 ft
    
      Notes: This fat fish has several long top spines, and is quite
      common. It even can sometimes be caught in the Temperate
      Ocean.
    
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      Fish Name: RED EMPEROR (ADULT)
    
      Index Number: #208
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 720
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium/Large; 2.47 ft
    
      Notes: This red fish looks almost exactly like a Red Snapper as
      you're reeling it in, so you won't be able to tell which one it
      is until you get it into the boat. Out of the water, it is
      slightly redder, with a white area on its face. This is listed
      as medium/large, and likes LARGE bait.
    
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      Fish Name: RED SNAPPER
    
      Index Number: #113
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 435
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium/Large; 2.95 ft
    
      Notes: This red fish looks a lot like a Red Emperor (Adult), so
      when you get one, you will have to wait to get it into the boat
      to tell which one it is. Out of the water, it is a slightly paler
      red than the Red Emperor, with no white markings. This is listed
      as medium/large, and likes LARGE bait.
    
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      Fish Name: CORAL TROUT
    
      Index Number: #062
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 925
    
      Size & S Rank: Small/Medium; 1.68 ft
    
      Notes: Although its body is red, its white and green spots provide
      a nice contrast for this small, colorful fish. It's not as common
      as a John Dory, so it may be awhile before you catch one.
    
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      Fish Name: MILKFISH
    
      Index Number: #192
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 1,555
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 4.25 ft
    
      Notes: Long and silvery, this large fish mostly stays to the south
      part of the Tropical Ocean, between Sepuluh Island and the south
      part of the main island. I've had the best luck not far from the
      dock of Sepuluh Island, and near Teman Paradise Beach.
    
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      Fish Name: YELLOWTAIL AMBERJACK
    
      Index Number: #147
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 780
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 4.24 ft
    
      Notes: Most of the Amberjacks look quite a bit alike, and the only
      way you can tell this apart from the others is that this one has
      a more prominent yellow stripe along its body, and a yellowish
      tail (hence its name).
    
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      Fish Name: MACKEREL TUNA
    
      Index Number: #082
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 405
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 4.18 ft
    
      Notes: Large, with a silvery-bluish fat body, it's hard to mistake
      this fish for any other fish in the ocean.
    
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      Fish Name: MAHI-MAHI
    
      Index Number: #071
    
      Location(s) Found: Trolling West&East of Sepuluh Island; West route
    
      Points Worth: 1,050
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 5.96 ft
    
      Notes: You can catch this fish from almost any part of the
      trolling routes around Sepuluh (Spool) Island, and occasionally
      also catch it in the Western trolling route as well. It likes any
      of the 5 trolling baits.
      It has no to a tiny waterball; it hides like an Oilfish, and
      although it may jump a little out of the water, at no time does
      its whole body leave the water. You won't be able to tell what
      it is until it gets really close to the boat and you can see its
      yellow head.
      (You show this off on the boat's deck.)
    
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      Fish Name: YELLOWFIN TUNA
    
      Index Number: #046
    
      Location(s) Found: Trolling East & South routes near Sepuluh Island
    
      Points Worth: 1,710
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 8.49 ft
    
      Notes: This really large tuna can be distinguished from other fish
      by the way it behaves on the trolling line. It likes any of the 5
      baits, and is somewhat common.
      It has a medium sized waterball in front of it, and jumps up and
      down, its whole body sometimes leaving the water; it has no long
      nose, and is a little smaller than a marlin, with a fatter body.
      (You show this off on the boat's hanging hook.)
    
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      Fish Name: GREATER AMBERJACK
    
      Index Number: #045
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 810
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 4.14 ft
    
      Notes: Another one of the similar-looking Amberjacks, this one
      distinguishes itself from the others with its yellow head.
    
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      Fish Name: BARRACUDA
    
      Index Number: #139
    
      Location(s) Found: Trolling East nr Sepuluh & South of Pacar Beach
    
      Points Worth: 3,255
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 6.16 ft
    
      Notes: This long, skinny fish can't really be told apart from a
      Mahi-Mahi until you get it close to the boat. It likes all 5
      trolling baits.
      This has no to a tiny waterball in front of it, it leaps a little
      (but not all the way out of the water), and likes to hide.
      (You show this off on the boat's deck.)
    
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      Fish Name: LONGFIN YELLOWTAIL
    
      Index Number: #150
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 780
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 4.23 ft
    
      Notes: This looks quite a bit like the Amberjacks, but has
      a dark "helmet" coloring on its head unlike those fish.
    
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      Fish Name: COBIA
    
      Index Number: #061
    
      Location(s) Found: Trolling West & far South routes
    
      Points Worth: 925
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 6.81 ft
    
      Notes: Quite common, this trolling fish likes almost all of the
      baits available.
      It has no to little waterball in front of it, and it leaps up and
      down a little bit (but not all the way out of the water), and
      likes to hide in the water.
      (You show this off on the boat's deck.)
    
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      Fish Name: OCEAN SUNFISH
    
      Index Number: #187
    
      Location(s) Found: Trolling the West route
    
      Points Worth: 2,625
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 8.38 ft
    
      Notes: The trolling route you can find this fish in is quite
      large, so patience is needed, as it can be quite rare.
      I've caught quite a few with #4 bait, but it also likes the
      other baits available.
      It has a medium sized waterball in front of it and it moves up
      and down in the water, without seeming to leap into the air.
      It has a large, flat, dark outline that you can see as it gets
      closer to the boat.
      (You show this off on the boat's deck.)
    
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      Fish Name: HAMMERHEAD SHARK
    
      Index Number: #143
    
      Location(s) Found: Trolling East & West routes near Sepuluh Island
    
      Points Worth: 2,790
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 14.54 ft
    
      Notes: This large shark likes the #4 and #5 baits best, and is
      easy to tell from most other trolling fish.
      It has a large waterball in front of it, and leaps up and down,
      but its body doesn't leave the water at all. It has a large, dark
      profile, with a flat head.
      (You show this off on the boat's deck.)
    
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      Fish Name: INDO-PACIFIC BLUE MARLIN
    
      Index Number: #056
    
      Location(s) Found: Trolling Eastern routes into Temperate waters
    
      Points Worth: 7,870
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 12.48 ft
    
      Notes: You may be able to tell this from the Black Marlin by its
      lighter bluish color, and its slightly smaller top fin.
      This has a medium sized waterball in front of it, and it leaps up
      and down with its body leaving the water. You can easily see its
      long nose, even from far away, as it jumps. It seems to like the
      #5 bait the best, but may take #1 as well.
      (You show this off on the hanging hook.)
    
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      Fish Name: SWORDFISH
    
      Index Number: #193
    
      Location(s) Found: Trolling the West route
    
      Points Worth: 8,250
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 14.35 ft
    
      Notes: You may be able to tell this from the marlins by its really
      blue body and smaller top fin. You will need to wait until it's
      really close to boat, or after you catch it, to really know,
      though. It seems to prefer the #4 and #5 bait.
      It has a medium sized waterball in front of it, and a really long
      nose, like the marlins do, and it leaps all the way out of the
      water like they do as well.
      (You show this off on the hanging hook.)
    
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      Fish Name: BLACK MARLIN
    
      Index Number: #076
    
      Location(s) Found: Trolling near Sepuluh on a West or NW route
    
      Points Worth: 7,575
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 16.39 ft
    
      Notes: This marlin is silver-black, with the marlins' long nose
      and small top fin. It likes the #5 bait best, but may take #1
      occasionally too.
      It has a medium sized waterball in front of it, and leaps up and
      down, with its whole body leaving the water.
      (You show this off on the hanging hook.)
    
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      Fish Name: STRIPED MARLIN
    
      Index Number: #179
    
      Location(s) Found: Trolling the West route
    
      Points Worth: 7,800
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 12.49 ft
    
      Notes: This marlin is like the others, except for its blue-striped
      body. It has the long nose and small top fin the other marlins do.
      It has a medium sized waterball in front of it, and leaps up and
      down, with its whole body leaving the water. It likes both the
      #4 and #5 baits.
      (You show this off on the hanging hook.)
    
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      Fish Name: XIPHACTINUS
    
      Index Number: #073
    
      Location(s) Found: Trolling close to the West of Sepuluh Island
    
      Points Worth: 15,000
    
      Size & Largest Rank: Extra Large; B rank: 19.27 ft
    
      Notes: This legendary fish has a unique profile in the water. It
      has a huge, dark, shadowy outline; it moves up and down in the
      water, but its whole body never leaves the water. It has a large
      waterball in front of it, and almost reminds you of a Great White
      Shark, except that the Great White is not found in this area.
      (You show this off on the boat's deck.)
    
     \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
    ==TEMPERATE OCEAN [TEO]==
    
    
     =GENERAL INFORMATION=
    
    The Temperate Ocean generally encompasses the eastern (right) part
    of the island; roughly, the borders run from around north of Pacar
    Beach to close to the sharp top tip of the island (since the island
    is Marlin-shaped, the borders are not exact). Fish from the Tropical
    Ocean can "bleed" into this area, though.
    
    Sembilan Island is far off the northern coast of the main resort
    island. You can either take a Deserted Island tour to it (available
    on the Pacar Beach bulletin board), or go out there yourself after
    you buy the cruiser. Although it sits near the Frigid Ocean waters,
    it is considered to be a divider between Temperate and Frigid Ocean
    waters.
    
    To fish out here, you can either take a Ferryboat fishing tour or
    a trolling tour from Pacar Beach, at least until you buy the
    cruiser. Then you can go out anytime you want.
    
    Note that all fish caught out here leap from the water, even the
    smallest fish. You can tell an S-rank fish because you see the three
    profiles of it as it leaps from the water after you catch it.
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
        =FISH=
    
    These go in order of the pages in the Fish Guide, found
    in your room in the suitcase. Fish go from top to bottom,
    left to right.
    
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      Fish Name: CHICKEN GRUNT
    
      Index Number: #019
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 390
    
      Size & S Rank: Small/Medium; 1.91 ft
    
      Notes: The fish has a small, yellow head and fat silver body. It's
      somewhat rare, and it may be found closer to the Frigid Ocean
      waters at times.
    
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      Fish Name: JAPANESE WHITING
    
      Index Number: #077
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 75
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.27 ft
    
      Notes: Small and silvery, this fish may remind you of a Sardine
      when you catch one. It can be rare, and most times when I've
      caught quite a few per day, it's been in the area between Sembilan
      Island and the northern coast of the main island.
    
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      Fish Name: OILFISH
    
      Index Number: #141
    
      Location(s) Found: Trolling Temperate AND Tropical; all routes
    
      Points Worth: 945
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 5.86 ft
    
      Notes: Learn to ID this fish on the trolling line quickly, and
      save yourself tons of time and grief. It's way too common, and
      loves all 5 baits equally. If you want to S rank it, then do so,
      then let it go when you get any more.
      This has no to a tiny waterball in front of it; it likes to hide
      in the water; it does jump a little, and sometimes all the way
      out of the water, although it's so small when far away it's hard
      to see.
      (You show this off on the boat's deck.)
    
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      Fish Name: SPANISH MACKEREL
    
      Index Number: #068
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 280
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 3.17 ft
    
      Notes: Long and skinny, this silvery fish is quite common. I've
      had great luck with these between Sembilan Island and the main
      island's north coast.
    
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      Fish Name: JAPANESE AMBERJACK
    
      Index Number: #161
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 540
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 4.12 ft
    
      Notes: This Amberjack can be told from the others by the
      yellowish "helmet" on its head.
    
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      Fish Name: RAINBOW RUNNER
    
      Index Number: #102
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 285
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 4.26 ft
    
      Notes: You might confuse this long silvery fish with the Spanish
      Mackerel at first, but this is slightly larger, and just a little
      fatter in the body than the other fish is.
    
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      Fish Name: OCTOPUS
    
      Index Number: #183
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 570
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.48 ft
    
      Notes: You'll easily spot the tentacles attached to the gray
      body when you hook one of these, and there's no mistaking
      it for anything else.
    
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      Fish Name: GREAT WHITE SHARK
    
      Index Number: #169
    
      Location(s) Found: Trolling East on the Tidur River area route
    
      Points Worth: 5,700
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 18.68 ft
    
      Notes: You can find this creature on the same route as the Giant
      Squid. These seem to like #4 and #5 bait, and I have caught it
      with #1 as well.
      This has a large waterball in front of it, and jumps, but its body
      does not leave the water. It has a large, dark shadow that you
      can easily distinguish as it gets close to the boat.
      (Wait until you S rank this sucker! You'll be doing the "duh-DUN,
      duh-DUN" in your head!)
      (You show this off on the boat's deck.)
    
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      Fish Name: GIANT SQUID
    
      Index Number: #088
    
      Location(s) Found: Trolling East on the Tidur River area route
    
      Points Worth: 6,960
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 23.38 ft
    
      Notes: This and the White Sturgeon are the largest fish able to
      be caught in this game. These will sometimes run all 332 ft of the
      line out, with no way to stop them, so expect a few to get away.
      They seem to prefer the #5 bait. The main route to catch them
      on starts near the entrance to the Tidur River, and follows the
      coast until close to the lighthouse on the southeastern tip of the
      island, then turns east for a bit, then back north, to loop back
      to its starting point.
      This has a medium large waterball in front of it, with a huge
      reddish outline and easily seen waving tentacles. You won't
      mistake this for anything else.
      (You show this off on the boat's deck.)
    
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      Fish Name: PACIFIC BLUEFIN TUNA
    
      Index Number: #058
    
      Location(s) Found: Trolling Sembilan Island East route into Frigid
    
      Points Worth: 6,600
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 10.54 ft
    
      Notes: Another type of tuna, this one likes the #1 and #5 baits.
      It has a small-medium waterball in front of it, and will jump
      from the water all the way into the air.
      The route you can catch it on begins near the Eastern coast of
      Sembilan Island, and makes a rough "bottle" shape that goes into
      the Frigid Ocean before ending up back at Sembilan Island,
      so about half the route is in Temperate waters, the other half
      in Frigid Ocean waters.
      (You show this off on the hanging hook.)
    
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      Fish Name: DUNKLEOSTEUS
    
      Index Number: #097
    
      Location(s) Found: Trolling the Sembilan Island area, West route
    
      Points Worth: 18,000
    
      Size & Largest Rank: Extra Large; E rank: 17.09 ft
    
      Notes: This legendary fish sticks close to the Sembilan Island
      area, and seems to like the #2 bait, but I have caught it with
      the #5 bait too.
      It has a large waterball in front of it, and will jump, but its
      body won't leave the water, and has a large, dark, oddly shaped
      shadow.
      The route you can find this on begins on the West coast of Sembilan
      Island, then goes south, then east into the area between Sembilan
      and the main island, and south again into the far eastern area
      beyond the Tidur route, then looping back to its start. (I'd
      advise you to stop trolling after you reach the Tidur area, and
      just run the boat up and start the route again, instead of taking
      extra time to run through the whole route, if that's the only fish
      you're looking for.)
      (You show this off on the boat's deck.)
    
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    ==FRIGID OCEAN [FRO]==
    
    
     =GENERAL INFORMATION=
    
    The Frigid Ocean is about anywhere north of the north coast of
    Sembilan Island. You have to wait until after you buy the cruiser
    to get out here to fish. The easiest way to reach here is to leave
    the Tidur River on the cruiser, and head north/northeast until you
    are above the Sembilan Island area.
    
    Note that all fish caught out here leap from the water, even the
    smallest fish. You can tell an S-rank fish because you see the 3
    profiles of it as it leaps from the water after you catch it.
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
        =FISH=
    
    These go in order of the pages in the Fish Guide, found
    in your room in the suitcase. Fish go from top to bottom,
    left to right.
    
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      Fish Name: PACIFIC HERRING
    
      Index Number: #125
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 165
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.49 ft
    
      Notes: This small, silvery fish looks something like a Sardine or
      Japanese Whiting, and it's not that common.
    
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      Fish Name: MACKEREL ICEFISH
    
      Index Number: #063
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 195
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.54 ft
    
      Notes: Long and skinny, this fish has a unique profile.
      It's pretty common and easy to catch.
    
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      Fish Name: SAURY
    
      Index Number: #069
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 90
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.84 ft
    
      Notes: This tiny, blueish fish is the smallest fish out here.
      It's not that common, but likes about any bait.
    
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      Fish Name: ARABESQUE GREENLING
    
      Index Number: #173
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 130
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.47 ft
    
      Notes: This fish has a fat, light colored body. You may get lucky
      and hit a spot in the middle of the Frigid Ocean where you can
      get more than 1 of these a day.
    
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      Fish Name: JAPANESE PUFFERFISH
    
      Index Number: #110
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 885
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.54 ft
    
      Notes: With a fat, puffy body, you won't mistake this for
      anything else. In fact, it looks like a larger Grass Puffer.
    
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      Fish Name: FILEFISH
    
      Index Number: #043
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 120
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.05 ft
    
      Notes: This fish has a small, fat, reddish body with a round
      profile. It's common enough, and likes about any bait.
    
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      Fish Name: BLACK COD
    
      Index Number: #050
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 340
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 4.18 ft
    
      Notes: When you go fishing for these, look for their large, dark
      bodies. They're not as common as some other fish, but they
      seem to like almost any bait.
    
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      Fish Name: SOCKEYE SALMON
    
      Index Number: #164
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 315
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.10 ft
    
      Notes: Like most salmon, this fish has a hooked jaw, with
      a long body. You'll likely notice its lack of color; it looks
      as gray and drab as an overcast day.
    
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      Fish Name: COALFISH
    
      Index Number: #064
    
      Location(s) Found: Ferry/Cruiser (non trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 1,005
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium/Large; 2.91 ft
    
      Notes: This long fish is a brownish color, not black as its name
      would lead you to believe. Listed as medium/large, it likes LARGE
      bait.
    
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      Fish Name: HALIBUT
    
      Index Number: #034
    
      Location(s) Found: Trolling North & East into the Temperate Ocean
    
      Points Worth: 7,080
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 8.48 ft
    
      Notes: There are two fish with this name in the game. THIS fish
      is a really large trolling catch.
      It has a medium waterball in front of it, and does jump up and
      down in the water, and sometimes leaves the water entirely. Its
      large flat outline is unique among the trolling fish, so you won't
      mistake it for anything else. It seems to like the #1 and #5 baits
      the best.
      The route it's on is the same route as the legendary Helicoprion,
      but you can find this almost anywhere along that route. Most of
      the time you may end up catching it in the Temperate part. To
      start the route, begin near the Eastern coast of Sembilan Island,
      and make sure you start the proper route by going south.
      (You show this off on the boat's deck.)
    
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      Fish Name: N. PACIFIC GIANT OCTOPUS
    
      Index Number: #188
    
      Location(s) Found: Trolling the Northern area of Sembilan Island
    
      Points Worth: 3,105
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 16.89 ft
    
      Notes: This large beast is easy to identify after it hits your
      trolling line, with a large white spot on its big, round, red head.
      It likes the #1 and #2 baits the best.
      It has a large waterball in front of it, jumps up and down without
      leaving the water entirely, and has large tentacles.
      The main route this is on begins above (north) of the Sembilan
      Island coast, curves around to the south somewhat, then goes north
      again.
      (You show this off on the boat's deck.)
    
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      Fish Name: HELICOPRION
    
      Index Number: #167
    
      Location(s) Found: East of Sembilan Island
    
      Points Worth: 17,250
    
      Size & Largest Rank: Extra Large; B rank: 11.40 ft
    
      Notes: This legendary fish stays near Sembilan Island, near its
      southeastern coast.
      This fish has a large waterball in front of it, and does jump out
      of the water, but its body doesn't completely leave the water,
      and it has an odd, dark shadow.
      Make sure you start on the proper route: begin near the South-
      East coast of Sembilan Island, pointing south (the BOAT, not you;
      you will be pointing north as you begin trolling). The boat should
      move south, then loop around a little to the east, then north,
      then west, then south again until it hits the starting point. The
      route is shaped roughly like a sideways hourglass.
      (You show this off on the boat's deck.)
    
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    ==SEMBILAN ISLAND [SMI]==
    
    
     =GENERAL INFORMATION=
    
    You can get to this deserted island via a tour on the Pacar Beach
    bulletin board, or just go to it after you buy the cruiser. This
    island has an enclosed fishing area, with long snaking docks you
    can fish off of wherever there is no fence.
    This island is NW of the main resort island.
    
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        =FISH=
    
    These go in order of the pages in the Fish Guide, found
    in your room in the suitcase. Fish go from top to bottom,
    left to right.
    "Sembilan Hole" simply means the fish are found inside
    the island itself, not fishing off the dock or coast outside.
    
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      Fish Name: EASTERN BLUE DEVIL FISH
    
      Index Number: #016
    
      Location(s) Found: Sembilan Hole
    
      Points Worth: 1,095
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 1.66 ft
    
      Notes: You can tell this fish from the others by its long, striped
      body and fins, & blue head. They like Rainbow but will take Quick
      Hitter, and can be skittish. They usually hang out in the areas
      right or left as you enter the long inside dock area, and near the
      left-side upright rock.
    
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      Fish Name: PURPLE QUEEN
    
      Index Number: #128
    
      Location(s) Found: Sembilan Hole
    
      Points Worth: 1,455
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.34 ft
    
      Notes: This tiny purple fish is usually caught near the right
      side upright rock, perhaps while looking for the legendary that
      hangs out there.
    
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      Fish Name: GIANT GROUPER
    
      Index Number: #096
    
      Location(s) Found: Sembilan Hole
    
      Points Worth: 2,055
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 8.29 ft
    
      Notes: It's hard to miss these huge gray fish in the water;
      they're the largest fish here. They may be easy to see, but
      not as easy to catch! They usually like the areas between the
      2 upright rocks, in the front of the dock area.
    
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      Fish Name: PINK ANEMONEFISH
    
      Index Number: #137
    
      Location(s) Found: Sembilan Hole
    
      Points Worth: 960
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.33 ft
    
      Notes: These tiny, pinkish-orange fish can usually be caught by
      the left side upright rock, about 80+ ft out, but can also be found
      by the right side rock too.
    
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      Fish Name: RED-BELLIED FUSILIER
    
      Index Number: #199
    
      Location(s) Found: Sembilan Hole
    
      Points Worth: 900
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 1.49 ft
    
      Notes: This fish is actually a bluish color, with a yellow tail.
      You'll likely get a lot of these when looking for the legendary
      fish. They are all over the area and love almost any bait.
    
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      Fish Name: ROLFOSTEUS CANNINGENSIS
    
      Index Number: #214
    
      Location(s) Found: Sembilan Hole
    
      Points Worth: 900
    
      Size & Largest Rank: Small; B rank: 0.58 ft
    
      Notes: This legendary is quite small and easily overlooked. It
      likes to hang out by the right side upright rock, but may be found
      by the left side one as well. If you have a large TV, you MAY see
      a tiny, flat shadow near the rock. It almost looks as if someone
      took a Blotchy Sillago and flattened it with a hammer. You can
      distinguish it from a Purple Queen's shadow by its long nose.
    
    
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    ==SEPULUH (SPOOL) ISLAND [SPI]==
    
    
     =GENERAL INFORMATION=
    
    This deserted island to the south of the main resort island is little
    more than a chunk of sand with some greenery, and a long dock
    rising out of the water. You can get here after you buy the cruiser.
    The map and fish book call this "Sepuluh Island" but the journal
    calls it "Spool Island", for some odd reason. This island is shaped
    like a crescent moon, which you'll notice more on the internal map
    when you leave an area to travel to another (if you scroll down).
    
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        =FISH=
    
    These go in order of the pages in the Fish Guide, found
    in your room in the suitcase. Fish go from top to bottom,
    left to right.
    
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      Fish Name: PERMIT
    
      Index Number: #130
    
      Location(s) Found: Anywhere along the island; also in the ocean
    
      Points Worth: 1,065
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium/Large; 2.92 ft
    
      Notes: This common fish can be caught anywhere along the island,
      as well as fishing in the ocean nearby. It's really annoying when
      you keep getting these instead of Tarpon or Rooster Fish.
      (Since this takes LARGE bait, not medium.)
    
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      Fish Name: ROOSTER FISH
    
      Index Number: #206
    
      Location(s) Found: Off the left side of the island
    
      Points Worth: 1,830
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 4.12 ft
    
      Notes: You may be able to see this somewhat rare fish in the water
      around 75 ft out or so. To get to the area to find these, run off
      the long dock onto the sand, and turn LEFT. Go all the way to the
      edge of the water (running around the green area & rocks if you
      have to). Find the long, large reef in the distance and cast at
      that (it's quite a ways away, so you won't hit it at all), and
      wait until you get a bite. These have long bodies and large
      spines, but you really can't see the spines when it's in the
      water, just its long body.
      When I was trying to S rank this, I only caught an average of
      one of these a day, so they are the rarest fish here.
    
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      Fish Name: RED EMPEROR (YOUNG)
    
      Index Number: #209
    
      Location(s) Found: Anywhere along the island
    
      Points Worth: 360
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.06 ft
    
      Notes: These can be distinguished from the other smaller fish you
      can find here (that can be found at other places) by their red and
      white-striped body, and are pretty common.
    
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      Fish Name: TARPON
    
      Index Number: #087
    
      Location(s) Found: Opposite the dock
    
      Points Worth: 2,875
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 8.43 ft
    
      Notes: This big, long fish can most easily be found by simply
      running off the dock to the opposite side of the island and
      casting about 80+ ft out. You may see these occasionally
      swimming quite a ways out there. They prefer Rainbow, but
      will take Quick Hitter, too.
    
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      Fish Name: GIANT TREVALLY
    
      Index Number: #074
    
      Location(s) Found: Off the dock, or ocean fishing
    
      Points Worth: 2,655
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 4.23 ft
    
      Notes: This large, gray, REALLY ugly fish can either be caught
      fishing off the dock of the island, or fishing in the ocean (ferry
      or cruiser) nearby. Strangely enough, I've actually had better
      luck catching it when fishing off the cruiser.
    
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    ==SAFIR CAVE [SFC]==
    
    
     =GENERAL INFORMATION=
    
    This "secret" cave can only be accessed after you buy the cruiser.
    You can, however, go on a submarine tour of what fish are here,
    available from the Kerikil River bulletin board.
    To get here, take the cruiser all the way around to the top of the
    island, and cruise near the coastline, looking for a dock with a
    bunch of floats nearby. Dock, and notice a worker who will rent
    an inflatable raft to you for the day for 50 pts. This is the way to
    get into Safir Cave.
    Note there is a small cave through the long "nose" of the island
    that is open at both ends, but this is NOT Safir Cave; it is simply
    a shortcut to the top of the island.
    The cave has a large pillar in the middle of the rear that "splits"
    its rear into a left and right "side".
    The largest fish here are picky; they may take Quick Hitter, but
    love Rainbow best.
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
        =FISH=
    
    These go in order of the pages in the Fish Guide, found
    in your room in the suitcase. Fish go from top to bottom,
    left to right.
    
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      Fish Name: FOOTBALL FISH
    
      Index Number: #100
    
      Location(s) Found: Anywhere; may prefer cave rear, right side
    
      Points Worth: 975
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.68 ft
    
      Notes: These fat, round fish with a "lantern" on their head are
      hard to miss. They can turn up in almost any area of the cave,
      but seem to prefer the rear of the cave near the right side.
    
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      Fish Name: FRILLED SHARK
    
      Index Number: #204
    
      Location(s) Found: Anywhere in the cave
    
      Points Worth: 1,245
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 8.27 ft
    
      Notes: This long, pale, skinny shark is pretty common, and
      easy to spot and catch (maybe too easy).
    
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      Fish Name: GOBLIN SHARK
    
      Index Number: #189
    
      Location(s) Found: Far right side, near rock "wall"
    
      Points Worth: 2,655
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 12.32 ft
    
      Notes: This ugly shark is hard to miss, although it can be rare.
      Its long nose,"unique" face, and pale, skinny outline give it away.
      It likes to stay near the back right side of the cave, near the
      rock "wall".
    
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      Fish Name: PUDGY CUSKEEL
    
      Index Number: #086
    
      Location(s) Found: Anywhere in the cave
    
      Points Worth: 2,475
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 8.39 ft
    
      Notes: Long and fat, it may resemble a grayish eel as it moves
      through the water. It is very common, and found all over the
      cave. It likes almost any bait, as you will find when you're
      trying to catch a King of Herrings and get one of these instead!
    
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      Fish Name: FLAPJACK OCTOPUS
    
      Index Number: #196
    
      Location(s) Found: Anywhere in the cave
    
      Points Worth: 510
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.85 ft
    
      Notes: You can easily see these little reddish, tentacled octopi
      almost anywhere in the cave, and they are just as easy to catch.
    
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      Fish Name: BARRELEYE
    
      Index Number: #104
    
      Location(s) Found: Far right side, near rock "wall"
    
      Points Worth: 2,805
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.63 ft
    
      Notes: Tiny& black/bluish, this blends in with the water very well,
      and is somewhat rare. This can be found in the same area as the
      Goblin Shark. You may not even know you have one of these on
      the line until you pull it from the water.
    
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      Fish Name: KING OF HERRINGS
    
      Index Number: #205
    
      Location(s) Found: Near rear of cave
    
      Points Worth: 6,750
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 22.55 ft
    
      Notes: One of THE largest fish in the game, you won't confuse
      this fish with anything else! Its long, ribbon-like profile gives
      it away immediately. These are somewhat skittish, so bring plenty
      of Rainbow bait for it; but even then, some may nibble and vanish,
      so be patient!
    
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    ==GUNAN ES RIVER [GER]==
    
    
     =GENERAL INFORMATION=
    
    You can reach this cold water area from the Tidur River via an
    activity on the bulletin board. The activity is always there, so
    after reaching the correct rank, you can always come here.
    The tour runs until 5 PM, unless you press "1" to leave early.
    The area has a shallow "shelf" that runs to about 20-30 ft or so,
    starting from the shore, then drops off into a deeper water area.
    There are three small round areas you can fish off of here.
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
        =FISH=
    
    These go in order of the pages in the Fish Guide, found
    in your room in the suitcase. Fish go from top to bottom,
    left to right.
    
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      Fish Name: ARCTIC GRAYLING
    
      Index Number: #172
    
      Location(s) Found: Anywhere in the river
    
      Points Worth: 360
    
      Size & S Rank: Small/Medium; 1.64 ft
    
      Notes: You can tell this fish by its grayish body and large top
      fin. These are pretty common, and like almost any bait, as you'll
      learn when you are trying to catch a rarer Dolly Varden.
    
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      Fish Name: NORTHERN PIKE
    
      Index Number: #127
    
      Location(s) Found: Anywhere in the river
    
      Points Worth: 300
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 4.21 ft
    
      Notes: You'll easily be able to see these all over the river,
      with their long bodies and pointy noses. They like almost
      any bait tossed their way.
    
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      Fish Name: KING SALMON
    
      Index Number: #048
    
      Location(s) Found: About 70+ ft out; prefer river's left side
    
      Points Worth: 1,575
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 4.21 ft
    
      Notes: This big, fat silvery salmon isn't too common, and you'll
      probably get lots of Northern Pike while searching for this fish.
      These seem to prefer being farther out, but now and then you
      may see one on the shallow "shelf" closer to shore. They seem
      to prefer the left side of the river.
    
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      Fish Name: DOLLY VARDEN
    
      Index Number: #032
    
      Location(s) Found: 60+ ft out; seem to prefer the lake's left side
    
      Points Worth: 870
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.03 ft
    
      Notes: These small, bluish fish are somewhat rare, and seem to
      prefer the left side of the lake, about 60+ ft out or so. You may
      be able to see them now and then, but most of the time you'll
      catch lots of Arctic Graylings, then be surprised by one of these.
    
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    ==REMAK ES LAKE [REL]==
    
    
     =GENERAL INFORMATION=
    
    This icy lake is only reachable through a tour on the Kerikil River
    bulletin board, after you reach the right rank. It will always be
    one of the activities there, so you can always go. There is only
    one fish here, the Pond Smelt. Catching this is presented as a four-
    person playable mini-game where you go ice-fishing through a small
    hole cut into the ice. You get a set amount of time to catch as many
    of these as you can.
    The tour runs until 5 PM, and if you start early, you may fit two
    trips here into one in-game day!
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
        =FISH=
    
    These go in order of the pages in the Fish Guide, found
    in your room in the suitcase. Fish go from top to bottom,
    left to right.
    
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      Fish Name: POND SMELT
    
      Index Number: #216
    
      Location(s) Found: In an ice hole
    
      Points Worth: 180
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.63 ft
    
      Notes: There's only one fish available here, so of course you'll
      catch at least one of these! The goal, of course, is to catch as
      many as you can within a certain amount of time.
    
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    ==PATARPA RIVER [PTR]==
    
    
     =GENERAL INFORMATION=
    
    You can reach this isolated river area via a tour on the Malam
    Jungle bulletin board, after you reach the right rank. This activity
    is always on the board, so you can always reach here.
    The tour runs until 5 PM, unless you press "1" to leave early.
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
        =FISH=
    
    These go in order of the pages in the Fish Guide, found
    in your room in the suitcase. Fish go from top to bottom,
    left to right.
    
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      Fish Name: LENOK
    
      Index Number: #211
    
      Location(s) Found: Anywhere in the river
    
      Points Worth: 360
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.12 ft
    
      Notes: This brown fish is the only medium sized fish here, so
      cast out anywhere you like to catch one of these.
    
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      Fish Name: HUCHO TAIMEN
    
      Index Number: #090
    
      Location(s) Found: Right side of the river
    
      Points Worth: 2,355
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 6.18 ft
    
      Notes: Large and brown, it looks like a much bigger version of the
      Lenok. These prefer the right side of the lake, which is sheltered
      by a large rock cliff face. Expect the Amur Pike to hit your line
      first if there are any around though, as these may be skittish.
      A few of these may also nibble and vanish before one takes your
      bait, so be patient!
    
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      Fish Name: AMUR PIKE
    
      Index Number: #012
    
      Location(s) Found: Anywhere in the river
    
      Points Worth: 435
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 3.41 ft
    
      Notes: These whitish, spotted, long skinny fish are annoying when
      you're trying to catch Hucho Taimen. They like almost any bait,
      and will probably hit it first while the Taimen is trying to make
      up its mind.
    
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    ==RAHAJA LAKE [RHL]==
    
    
     =GENERAL INFORMATION=
    
    This small, beautiful area looks like a Japanese koi pond; and that
    is exactly what you can catch here - several varieties of koi!
    This area is available via a tour on the Dua Ribu bulletin board,
    when you reach the right rank. The tour is always there, so you
    can always access this area. The tour runs until 5 PM, unless you
    press "1" to leave early.
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
        =FISH=
    
    These go in order of the pages in the Fish Guide, found
    in your room in the suitcase. Fish go from top to bottom,
    left to right.
    
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      Fish Name: SHOWA KOI
    
      Index Number: #117
    
      Location(s) Found: Anywhere in the pond
    
      Points Worth: 720
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.46 ft
    
      Notes: This koi is white, with striking black and gold splotches
      on the upper part of its body.
    
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      Fish Name: HIKARIMUJI KOI
    
      Index Number: #119
    
      Location(s) Found: Near/in front of the far bridge
    
      Points Worth: 2,820
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 5.01 ft
    
      Notes: The only large koi here, it has a bright yellow body. You
      may be able to see it jumping out of the water far away, by the
      far bridge that marks the area's rear boundary. You'll need to
      cast out over 70 ft to reach that area, and after that just wait
      for a bite!
    
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      Fish Name: TANCHO KOI
    
      Index Number: #122
    
      Location(s) Found: Anywhere in the pond
    
      Points Worth: 780
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.50 ft
    
      Notes: You can tell this koi from the others by its silvery
      body and red dot on its head.
    
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      Fish Name: KOHAKU KOI
    
      Index Number: #120
    
      Location(s) Found: Anywhere in the pond
    
      Points Worth: 810
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.52 ft
    
      Notes: This koi has a white body, with beautiful red and yellow
      splotches on its upper body.
    
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      Fish Name: AKAMUJI KOI
    
      Index Number: #121
    
      Location(s) Found: Anywhere in the pond
    
      Points Worth: 735
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.54 ft
    
      Notes: You will easily notice this koi, as it stands out from the
      others with its vivid orange body and red head.
    
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      Fish Name: SHIROUTSURI KOI
    
      Index Number: #118
    
      Location(s) Found: Anywhere in the pond
    
      Points Worth: 765
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.46 ft
    
      Notes: This koi can be distinguished from the others by its
      white body with large black patches all over it.
    
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    ==PASSWORD ONLY FISH [POF]==
    
    
     =GENERAL INFORMATION=
    
    These fish are only released into an area after you go to the
    computer in your room and type in a password. Prope (or Xseed,
    not sure who) released a couple of passwords, and a couple of fish
    via Wi-Fi, and then promptly forgot to release the rest of them.
    This left it up to the users to figure out the passwords for all 12
    fish, and this someone did. GameFAQs user _path0s_ posted a
    topic with all of the fish passwords:
    
    http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/637335-fishing-resort/61879470
    
    If you release a password fish on one file, it will only be for that
    file and no other. You will have to use the same password on any
    other files you have to release the same fish.
    
    To get to the fish password input screen, press "1" on the main
    computer screen. The typical QWERTY 1-9 keyboard will come up. You
    can then type a password into it, then press "OK". If the password
    was entered correctly, you will hear a chime and get a message about
    what fish was released, and the general area where it can be found.
    
    There are 12 available fish, on two pages marked in the book as
    "Special" (in gold lettering). The area does not exist at all in the
    book until you release at least one fish via a password, and then
    catch that fish. Then two extra pages show up in your book, with
    shadows of the other password fish.
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
        =FISH=
    
    These go in order of the pages in the Fish Guide, found
    in your room in the suitcase. Fish go from top to bottom,
    left to right.
    
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      Fish Name: ROCK BASS
    
      Index Number: #213
    
      Location(s) Found: Dua Ribu Lake - Red Windmill
    
      Points Worth: 185
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.48 ft
    
      Password: g34nvg9xw2
    
      Notes: This small, golden, triangular-shaped bass can also be
      found at Blue Windmill sometimes. Its unique shape will help you
      distinguish it from other bass.
    
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      Fish Name: LARGEHEAD HAIRTAIL
    
      Index Number: #092
    
      Location(s) Found: Temperate Ocean - Ferry/Cruiser (non-trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 660
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 4.16 ft
    
      Password: wy2vx773h
    
      Notes: This long, skinny fish has a long fin that goes almost all
      the way around its body. You can fish for this off the cruiser, or
      on a ferryboat tour. I've had the best luck with finding these
      right outside the Tidur River entrance/exit, or in between
      Sembilan Island and the main coast (due south of Sembilan).
    
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      Fish Name: ALASKA POLLOCK
    
      Index Number: #079
    
      Location(s) Found: Frigid Ocean - Ferry/Cruiser (non-trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 430
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 3.19 ft
    
      Password: ksjkpw240
    
      Notes: This fish is long, skinny, and grayish, with 3 fins. I find
      it more commonly far east of Sembilan Island, rather than to the
      far north. You can catch this off the side of the cruiser.
    
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      Fish Name: FLYING FISH
    
      Index Number: #108
    
      Location(s) Found: Tropical Ocean - Ferry/Cruiser (non-trolling)
    
      Points Worth: 240
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.26 ft
    
      Password: mck245h6h
    
      Notes: Once you release this fish, it's pretty commonly found
      over most of the Tropical Ocean.
    
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      Fish Name: SHORTNOSE GAR
    
      Index Number: #075
    
      Location(s) Found: Dua Ribu Lake - Dua Ribu Eyelet
    
      Points Worth: 1,065
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.26 ft
    
      Password: hpsprkhsw
    
      Notes: This gar likes to hang out to the northeast of the northern
      marshes above the Blue Windmill area. You can tell it from other
      fish by its long body and short nose.
    
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      Fish Name: THREESPOT DASCYLLUS
    
      Index Number: #190
    
      Location(s) Found: Teman Paradise Beach - Kayaker's Shallow
    
      Points Worth: 220
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 0.63 ft
    
      Password: 32g89pnh5
    
      Notes: This tiny fish has a blackish-blue shadow, and is the
      smallest fish able to be caught in Kayaker's Shallow. You
      need to take a kayak out to catch this fish.
    
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      Fish Name: CHAIN PIKE
    
      Index Number: #098
    
      Location(s) Found: Kanan Lake - Lodge Lakeside
    
      Points Worth: 465
    
      Size & S Rank: Medium; 2.54 ft
    
      Password: gjkl3902d (lower case "L")
    
      Notes: After you release this, it's pretty common around the whole
      Lodge Lakeside area. You can tell it from the other fish there by
      its long, skinny body and long nose.
    
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      Fish Name: COELACANTH
    
      Index Number: #072
    
      Location(s) Found: Safir Cave
    
      Points Worth: 3,750
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 6.58 ft
    
      Password: pghx189hz
    
      Notes: This large creature likes to hang out near the back of
      Safir Cave. It has a unique profile, and is hard to miss.
    
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      Fish Name: SAILFISH
    
      Index Number: #134
    
      Location(s) Found: Tropical & Temperate Oceans - trolling
    
      Points Worth: 6,150
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 12.76 ft
    
      Password: hd2k49nsx
    
      Notes: This fish is really, REALLY common and very annoying! It
      has a large waterball in front of it, jumps up and down, its whole
      body leaving the water, and has a long pointed nose. In fact, it
      looks and fights just like the marlins and swordfish do. The only
      way to tell it apart is its really big top fin - it's much larger
      than any of those fish have. But by the time you see the fin, you
      may decide to keep reeling it in anyway, because of all the time
      you spent getting it that close to the boat.
      Protip: If you want to S rank the other Temperate and Tropical
      trolling fish, DO NOT RELEASE THIS UNTIL AFTERWARD! Although
      it likes the #1 bait best, it does like the other baits and will
      bite at any of them. These are so common, you may find you catch
      2 of these for every 1 of any other trolling fish.
    
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      Fish Name: ELECTRIC EEL
    
      Index Number: #105
    
      Location(s) Found: Panas Jungle - Mangrove Pool
    
      Points Worth: 1,630
    
      Size & S Rank: Extra Large; 10.54 ft
    
      Password: typrqtyb3
    
      Notes: This long, dark, and skinny fish is quite skittish, and
      you will likely find yourself watching every Peacock Bass,
      Redtail Catfish and Alligator Gar hitting the bait before this
      does!
    
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      Fish Name: NAPOLEON FISH
    
      Index Number: #114
    
      Location(s) Found: Pacar Beach - East: Shallows, near/in deep area
    
      Points Worth: 1,740
    
      Size & S Rank: Large; 5.74 ft
    
      Password: sjkltl409 (2 lower case "Ls")
    
      Notes: This large, flat, blue fish can be found out in the deeper
      area of the Shallows at the East end of Pacar Beach. Don't be
      surprised, though, if you pull one up at Sepuluh Island instead
      of a Rooster Fish, as these can be found there too. You may also
      occasionally get one at Feest Cove at Teman (I've only managed
      to catch one there, though.)
    
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      Fish Name: PORCUPINE FISH
    
      Index Number: #142
    
      Location(s) Found: Teman Paradise Beach - Golden Cliff
    
      Points Worth: 630
    
      Size & S Rank: Small; 1.25 ft
    
      Password: 39kdjrqp
    
      Notes: You can find this fat, spiny fish about 60+ ft out
      at Golden Cliff. It's somewhat rare, and you might see it
      in its deflated form instead of inflated if you see it bite
      your bait.
    
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      ===PART 2: COMPUTER INFORMATION===
    
    All of this information can be accessed via the laptop computer
    in your room. From fish totals to their size, from which awards
    you have and which ones you still need to complete, it's all there!
    
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       ++AWARDS++
    
    There are three types of awards you can get in Fishing Resort:Common,
    Special, and Miraculous. All of these give you bonus points, and
    some of the Miraculous ones even give you special items!
    
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      ==COMMON AWARDS [CMN]==
    
    All common awards are divided up into 4 levels, and after you reach
    a level, you are given a certain amount of points for it. Some of the
    awards use these medal rankings for the levels:
    
     *Bronze/Points/Time/Mode (1,000 point bonus)
     *Silver/Points/Time/Mode (2,000 point bonus)
     *Gold/Points/Time/Mode (5,000 point bonus)
     *Platinum/Points/Time/Mode (10,000 point bonus)
    
    However, a few of the mini-games use their difficulty (like the
    Kayak Racing), or correct answers (ProFISHency Tests) as the levels,
    but they use 4 levels, and the bonus points given are the same.
    
    You can check what level you are for a certain award by the color
    of the medal next to it. The date listed next to it is the in-game
    date you received the current medal.
    
    There are 30 different Common Awards.
    
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      Award Name: TOTAL CAUGHT
    
      Award Description: none
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: 10/Silver: 100/Gold: 500/Platinum: 1,000
    
      Notes: This keeps track of how many fish you've caught. Trash IS
      counted towards the totals, so this keeps track of anything that
      hits your line that you manage to reel in.
    
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      Award Name: NEW CATCH TOTAL
    
      Award Description: none
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: 10/Silver: 50/Gold: 100/Platinum: 150
    
      Notes: This award keeps track of how many new fish you've
      caught. Trash IS counted towards the totals, so at least it isn't
      completely worthless to catch any.
    
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      Award Name: S RANK TOTAL
    
      Award Description: none
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: 10/Silver: 50/Gold: 100/Platinum: 150
    
      Notes: Obviously, this is for how many fish you've S ranked. You
      can use lots of Quick Hitter or Rainbow bait to try for S ranks.
      (Although I have actually managed to S rank a couple of fish on
      both Free and Basic Bait, that was only at Teman after I first
      started another file. I don't actually recommend trying unless
      you want a really long challenge and have tons of patience, since
      some of the rare and large fish refuse cheaper baits.)
      Protip: You cannot tell by how a fish fights what size it is; I've
      seen E ranked trolling fish run out all 332 ft of line, and then
      caught a larger S ranked fish of the same species that barely
      needed more than the amount of line that was run out to catch
      it in the first place. So catch every one of a fish until you S
      rank it.
    
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      Award Name: SNIPER CASTING: NORMAL
    
      Award Description: Highest medal in Sniper Casting (Normal)
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: 400 points/Silver: 500 points/
                     Gold: 600 points/Platinum: 700 points
    
      Notes: The proctor for this is available at Kanan Lake's dock
      after you complete the quest that triggers him.
    
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      Award Name: SNIPER CASTING: MASTER
    
      Award Description: Highest medal in Sniper Casting (Master)
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: 400 points/Silver: 500 points/
                     Gold: 600 points/Platinum: 700 points
    
      Notes: The Master proctor appears at the Kerikil River Calm (near
      the end of the Upstream area) once you get at least Gold in the
      Normal version.
    
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      Award Name: KAYAK RACING: NORMAL
    
      Award Description: Highest medal in Kayak Racing: Normal
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: inside 1:00/Silver: inside 0:55/
                     Gold: inside 0:50/Platinum: inside 0:46
    
      Notes: This activity is available via the Teman Paradise Beach
      bulletin board. To get inside of the times listed for the awards,
      practicing helps a lot. Try to get and stay near the inside lane,
      and begin to turn before you actually reach the corner.
    
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      Award Name: KAYAK RACING: HARD
    
      Award Description: Highest medal in Kayak Racing: Hard
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: inside 1:30/Silver: inside 1:25/
                     Gold: inside 1:20/Platinum: inside 1:15
    
    
      Notes: You can do this activity when it's listed on the Kanan
      Lake bulletin board. The same advice applies for the harder
      level of racing, only a lot more practice is needed! You can do
      this once you get at least Gold in the Normal level.
    
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      Award Name: KAYAK RACING: MASTER
    
      Award Description: Highest medal in Kayak Racing: Master
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: inside 1:50/Silver: inside 1:45/
                     Gold: inside 1:40/Platinum: inside 1:35
    
      Notes: You can do this activity when it's listed on the Kanan
      Lake bulletin board. You thought the Hard level was difficult,
      wait until you reach this level! You can do this once you get at
      least Gold in the Hard level.
    
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      Award Name: RETRIEVE CHALLENGE: SPOON
    
      Award Description: Highest medal in Retrieve Challenge: Spoon
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: 400 points/Silver: 500 points/
                     Gold: 600 points/Platinum: 700 points
    
      Notes: Once you get the hang of how the Spoon Lures work, you
      shouldn't have much trouble with this. Like Spinners, you have to
      keep reeling or they sink. The teacher for Spoons can be found at
      Dua Ribu Lake, on the right side of the counter steps, by the tree.
    
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      Award Name: RETRIEVE CHALLENGE: CRANKBAIT
    
      Award Description: Highest medal in Retrieve Challenge: Crankbait
    
      Level Bonuses: 400 points/Silver: 500 points/
                     Gold: 600 points/Platinum: 700 points
    
      Notes: Crankbait Lures are the hardest to learn to work because
      you have to do the opposite of what you do for Spinners and
      Spoons. These sink when you REEL them in, and rise when you STOP.
      Just practice until you get good at using them. If you are having
      trouble, try just mastering Spinners and Spoons first, and doing
      these last. The Crankbait teacher is found at the Tidur River, by
      the campfire.
    
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      Award Name: RETRIEVE CHALLENGE: SPINNER
    
      Award Description: Highest medal in Retrieve Challenge: Spinner
    
      Level Bonuses: 400 points/Silver: 500 points/
                     Gold: 600 points/Platinum: 700 points
    
      Notes: Spinner Lures are like Spoons, where you have to reel or
      they sink. They're quite easy, and fun to use. The Spinner teacher
      is found at the Kerikil River, to the left of the counter steps.
    
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      Award Name: PROFISHENCY TEST: LEVEL 3
    
      Award Description: Highest medal in ProFISHency test: Level 3
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: 5 correct/Silver: 7 correct/
                     Gold: 9 correct/Platinum: 10 correct
    
      Notes: This mini-game will test your knowledge of how each fish
      looks. The Level 3 proctor is available at Dua Ribu Lake, on the
      Eyelet Island, after the quest that triggers him is done. For this
      level, you get 10 different fish, with no time limit for each.
      Just study your fish book after you've caught a lot of fish. They
      DO show you password only fish as well, so be aware of that.
    
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      Award Name: PROFISHENCY TEST: LEVEL 2
    
      Award Description: Highest medal in ProFISHency test: Level 2
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: 10 correct/Silver: 14 correct/
                     Gold: 18 correct/Platinum: 20 correct
    
      Notes: The Level 2 proctor can be found in the Malam Jungle, to
      the left of the counter steps. He appears after you get Gold or
      better in the Level 3 ProFISHency Test. This level ramps things
      up a bit: you still get 20 fish, but each one is timed.
      This can give you password only fish too!
    
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      Award Name: PROFISHENCY TEST: LEVEL 1
    
      Award Description: Highest medal in ProFISHency test: Level 1
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: 15 correct/Silver: 20 correct/
                     Gold: 25 correct/Platinum: 30 correct
    
      Notes: After you get Gold or better in the Level 2 Test, the
      proctor for Level 3 appears on Pacar Beach, at the very end of
      the eastern (right) end. Are you ready for the hardest test yet?
      This test gives you 30 fish, and you get a cumulative time limit
      to answer them all. If you get a wrong answer, some time is
      deducted from the available time. (You can keep track of the
      time you have by the green bar on top of the screen.)
    
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      Award Name: FISH COUNT
    
      Award Description: Highest score in Fish Count
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: Easy Mode/Silver: Normal Mode
                     Gold: Hard Mode/Platinum: Master Mode
    
      Notes: Get out that fish book after you catch many of the types
      available, and study! Easy Mode can be found on the bulletin board
      at Teman Paradise Beach. Normal can be found at the Panas Jungle
      board, Hard can be found at Pacar Beach, and Master is found at
      Kanan Lake.
    
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      Award Name: SYMBOL HUNT AT THE BEACH
    
      Award Description: Highest score in Symbol Hunt at the Beach
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: Easy Mode/Silver: Normal Mode
                     Gold: Hard Mode/Platinum: Master Mode
    
      Notes: Teman Paradise Beach is quite large, and there could very
      well be a symbol just about anywhere. Under grass, beach chairs,
      on palm tree trunks, on rocks, or even on buildings!
    
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      Award Name: SYMBOL HUNT IN THE JUNGLE
    
      Award Description: Highest score in Symbol Hunt in the Jungle
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: Easy Mode/Silver: Normal Mode
                     Gold: Hard Mode/Platinum: Master Mode
    
      Notes: The jungle is a little harder to look for symbols. You have
      to leave the main dock area, and look on tree trunks, on the rock
      walls, anywhere you can think of.
    
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      Award Name: TEMAN FLOAT FISHING CONTEST TOP RESULT
    
      Award Description: Highest score in the Teman Float Fishing Contest
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: 3rd place/Silver: 2nd place/
                     Gold: 1st place/Platinum: Back-to-back wins
    
      Notes: The most catches wins for this contest, so buy plenty of
      of Rainbow bait and stay in areas with lots of fish. The beach to
      the left of the 3 dark rocks always seems to have lots of Pennant
      Coralfish, Clownfish, and assorted other fish to catch.
    
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      Award Name: PACAR FLOAT FISHING CONTEST TOP RESULT
    
      Award Description: Highest score in the Pacar Float Fishing Contest
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: 3rd place/Silver: 2nd place/
                     Gold: 1st place/Platinum: Back-to-back wins
    
      Notes: The largest fish wins, and the largest fish in this area is
      the Dogtooth Tuna. Use L/XL tackle and fish for these all day.
    
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      Award Name: KANAN LURE FISHING CONTEST TOP RESULT
    
      Award Description: Highest score in the Kanan Lure Contest
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: 3rd place/Silver: 2nd place/
                     Gold: 1st place/Platinum: Back-to-back wins
    
      Notes: Experiment before the contest and find which fish like
      what lures, and come contest time, go after the more common
      trout & salmon at a well stocked area like Reed Point. The most
      catches win this contest, so you'll need to stay in a certain area
      to make sure you can maximize your time to fish.
    
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      Award Name: DUA RIBU LURE FISHING CONTEST TOP RESULT
    
      Award Description: Highest score in the Dua Ribu Lure Contest
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: 3rd place/Silver: 2nd place/
                     Gold: 1st place/Platinum: Back-to-back wins
    
      Notes: Experiment before the contest and find what lures the Wels
      Catfish likes best, and catch those for the contest. The largest
      fish caught wins!
    
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      Award Name: TIDUR LURE FISHING CONTEST TOP RESULT
    
      Award Description: Highest score in the Tidur Lure Contest
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: 3rd place/Silver: 2nd place/
                     Gold: 1st place/Platinum: Back-to-back wins
    
      Notes: Try to catch a fish larger than anyone else to win this.
      Experiment with the lures on the Carp and see what they like.
    
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      Award Name: KERIKIL LURE FISHING CONTEST TOP RESULT
    
      Award Description: Highest score in the Kerikil Lure Contest
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: 3rd place/Silver: 2nd place/
                     Gold: 1st place/Platinum: Back-to-back wins
    
      Notes: The most fish wins this contest, so experiment with the
      lures, and try an area like the waterfall that has lots of trout
      to catch.
    
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      Award Name: PANAS FLOAT FISHING CONTEST TOP RESULT
    
      Award Description: Highest score in the Panas Float Fishing Contest
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: 3rd place/Silver: 2nd place/
                     Gold: 1st place/Platinum: Back-to-back wins
    
      Notes: You can happily use all the Rainbow bait you want for this
      contest. This one calls for catching the largest fish, so go after
      the mighty Pirarucu all day long. 
    
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      Award Name: MALAM FLOAT FISHING CONTEST TOP RESULT
    
      Award Description: Highest score in the Malam Float Fishing Contest
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: 3rd place/Silver: 2nd place/
                     Gold: 1st place/Platinum: Back-to-back wins
    
      Notes: More bait fishing, and the most catches wins this one, so
      park in an area like Twin Rock Stream, or Shak Garden Stream,
      and catch the smallest fish in order to get a big prize!
    
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      Award Name: TOTAL AQUARIUM VISITORS
    
      Award Description: Number of visitors to the aquarium
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: 10/Silver: 100/Gold: 1,000/Platinum: 10,000
    
      Notes: The number and rank of fish affect how your visitors like
      the Aquarium, so fish away and stock it up well. It also helps to
      build all the rooms and level them up to the highest level so
      the fish look at home in their new environment. For more about
      the Aquarium, please see Section 3 of this guide.
    
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      Award Name: DAYS ON PENANGKAPAN ISLAND
    
      Award Description: Days Spent on Penangkapan Island
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: 7 Days/Silver: 30 Days/
                     Gold: 90 Days/Platinum: 180 Days
    
      Notes: The longer you spend on the island, the more you
      won't want to leave, and the more points you'll get!
    
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      Award Name: TOTAL TARGETS COMPLETED
    
      Award Description: Number of times targets were caught
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: 10 times/Silver: 25 times
                     Gold: 50 times/Platinum: 100 times
    
      Notes: This only counts how many target cards you successfully
      did, not how many you took, so if you are going full bore for
      this award take target cards with easy to catch fish in whatever
      area you're in.
    
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      Award Name: TOTAL PURCHASED AVATARS
    
      Award Description: Number of avatar items bought at the shop
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: 10/Silver: 25/Gold: 50/Platinum: 100
    
      Notes: This award counts each piece of clothing you buy, so if
      you want the highest level here, shop, shop, shop!
    
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      Award Name: TOTAL PURCHASED TACKLE
    
      Award Description: Number of tackle items bought at the shop
    
      Level Bonuses: Bronze: 10/Silver: 25/Gold: 50/Platinum: 100
    
      Notes: This counts your tackle items bought, which include rods,
      reels, and lures. IT DOES NOT INCLUDE BAITS! To get this, it would
      be helpful to buy a large selection of lures, even if you don't
      plan on using them.
    
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      ==SPECIAL AWARDS [SPC]==
    
    These awards are given to you the very first time you do a certain
    task or event. They give you a 1,000 point bonus each. There are 40
    different Special awards; can you get them all?
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
      1. MY 1ST FISHING RESORT
    
      Award Description: Given to those who visited "Hotel Fishing
      Resort" for the first time.
    
      Notes: You get this award after you choose to go to sleep the
      first night you stay at Teman Paradise Beach.
    
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      2. MY 1ST VILLA MIRADOR
    
      Award Description: Given to those who visited "Villa Mirador"
      for the first time.
    
      Notes: You get this award after you choose to go to sleep the
      first night you stay at Pacar Beach.
    
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      3. MY 1ST LA HAVANA
    
      Award Description: Given to those who visited "La Havana"
      for the first time.
    
      Notes: You get this award after you choose to go to sleep the
      first night you stay at Kanan Lake.
    
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      4. MY 1ST KOKODA HOUSE
    
      Award Description: Given to those who visited "Kokoda House"
      for the first time.
    
      Notes: You get this award after you choose to go to sleep the
      first night you stay at Dua Ribu Lake.
    
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      5. MY 1ST RIVER HOUSE ALBURY
    
      Award Description: Given to those who visited "River House
      Albury" for the first time.
    
      Notes: You get this award after you choose to go to sleep the
      first night you stay at the Tidur River.
    
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      6. MY 1ST KOLAK INN
    
      Award Description: Given to those who visited "Kolak Inn"
      for the first time.
    
      Notes: You get this award after you choose to go to sleep the
      first night you stay at the Kerikil River.
    
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      7. MY 1ST BAMBAM LODGE
    
      Award Description: Given to those who visited "Bambam Lodge"
      for the first time.
    
      Notes: You get this award after you choose to go to sleep the
      first night you stay at the Panas Jungle.
    
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      8. MY 1ST WACO INN
    
      Award Description: Given to those who visited "Waco Inn"
      for the first time.
    
      Notes: You get this award after you choose to go to sleep the
      first night you stay at the Malam Jungle.
    
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      9. MY 1ST CRUISER SHIP
    
      Award Description: Given to those who visited "Cruiser Ship"
      for the first time.
    
      Notes: You get this award after you choose to go to sleep the
      first night you stay on the cruiser.
    
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      10. MY 1ST TROLLING
    
      Award Description: Given to first time participants of
      the "Trolling Tour".
    
      Notes: This is awarded to you right after you complete a
      trolling tour for the first time. These are only available
      at Teman Paradise Beach and Pacar Beach.
    
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      11. MY 1ST SMELT FISHING
    
      Award Description: Given to first time participants of
      the "Smelt Fishing".
    
      Notes: This is awarded to you after you do the smelt fishing
      for the first time. This is only available at the Kerikil River.
    
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      12. MY 1ST BOAT FISHING
    
      Award Description: Given to first time participants of
      the "Boat Fishing".
    
      Notes: This is awarded to you right after you complete a
      ferryboat tour for the first time. These are only available at
      Teman Paradise Beach and Pacar Beach.
    
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      13. MY 1ST SUBMARINE TOUR
    
      Award Description: Given to first time participants of
      the "Submarine Tour".
    
      Notes: This is awarded to you after you do a submarine tour
      for the first time. These tours are available at all eight
      main areas.
    
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      14. MY 1ST FISHING CONTEST
    
      Award Description: Given to first time participants of
      the "Fishing Contest".
    
      Notes: This is awarded to you after you complete a fishing
      contest for the first time. These tournaments, as the boards
      call them, are available at all eight main areas.
    
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      15. MY 1ST SNIPER CASTING
    
      Award Description: Given to first time participants of
      the "Sniper Casting".
    
      Notes: This is awarded to you right after you take a sniper casting
      challenge for the first time. The Sniper Challenge proctor you'll
      see first is the one at Kanan Lake, on the dock.
    
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      16. MY 1ST KAYAK RACING
    
      Award Description: Given to first time participants of
      the "Kayak Racing".
    
      Notes: This is awarded to you after you complete a kayak
      race for the first time. The kayak race you'll see first is at
      Teman Paradise Beach.
    
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      17. MY 1ST RETRIEVE CHALLENGE
    
      Award Description: Given to first time participants of
      the "Retrieve Challenge".
    
      Notes: This is awarded to you right after you take a retrieve
      challenge for the first time (they deal with how to use lures).
      The Spoon teacher is at Dua Ribu Lake, the Spinner teacher is
      at the Kerikil River, and the Crankbait teacher is at Tidur River.
    
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      18. MY 1ST FISH COUNT
    
      Award Description: Given to first time participants of
      the "Fish Count".
    
      Notes: This is awarded to you after you complete a fish count
      for the first time. The easy mode is available at Teman
      Paradise Beach.
    
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      19. MY 1ST PROFISHENCY TEST
    
      Award Description: Given to first time participants of
      the "ProFISHency Test".
    
      Notes: This is awarded to you right after you take a ProFISHency
      test for the first time. The Level 3 ProFISHency proctor can be
      found at Dua Ribu Lake.
    
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      20. MY 1ST SYMBOL HUNT
    
      Award Description: Given to first time participants of
      the "Symbol Hunt".
    
      Notes: This is awarded to you right after you complete a
      symbol hunt for the first time. The symbol hunts are available
      at Teman Paradise Beach and the Panas Jungle.
    
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      21. MY 1ST FLOAT FISHING
    
      Award Description: Given to first time participants of
      the "Float Fishing Class".
    
      Notes: This is awarded to you right after you take the float
      fishing class for the first time. You should automatically get this
      right after you borrow the tackle from the first teacher and catch
      a couple of fish on your first day there, since that is the class
      you can take.
    
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      22. MY 1ST LURE FISHING
    
      Award Description: Given to first time participants of
      the "Lure Fishing Class".
    
      Notes: This is awarded to you after you sign up for the lure
      fishing class for the first time. The teacher is available at
      Dua Ribu Lake, on the Eyelet island.
      (Unlike the float fishing class, you need to sign up
      for this one; it is not automatically taken.)
    
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      23. MY 1ST SHOPPING
    
      Award Description: Given to first time shoppers.
    
      Notes: You get this after the first time you buy something, when
      you go shopping at the Teman Paradise Beach Fish Shop.
    
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      24. MY 1ST BIKE RIDE
    
      Award Description: Given to first time bike riders.
    
      Notes: You get this after the first time you rent a bicycle.
      Usually you'll get it at Teman Paradise Beach, but if you don't
      rent a bike there, Pacar Beach, the Kerikil River, and the Tidur
      River all have bikes to rent too.
    
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      25. MY 1ST AQUARIUM LEVEL UP
    
      Award Description: Given to those who level up the
      aquarium for the first time.
    
      Notes: This is given to you after you level up one of the Aquarium
      tanks for the first time. Since the Trop/Salt Tank #1 is already
      built for you when you become director, just use 5,000 points to
      level it up to level 2 to get this easily.
    
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      26. MY 1ST PHOTO
    
      Award Description: Given to first time photographers.
    
      Notes: You get this the first time you take a picture. It doesn't
      have to be anything important, but you do have to save the picture
      to get this, so point the camera at anything and snap away!
    
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      27. FISH LOSER
    
      Award Description: Given to those who lose a fish
      for their 100th time.
    
      Notes: Given to you after you lose the 100th fish. The game only
      keeps an internal count of the fish you've lost, so if you want
      to keep track for yourself, you will have to either write it down
      on a piece of paper every time you lose a fish, or use a counter
      or other device to know when you'll reach that milestone.
    
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      28. EARTH FISHER
    
      Award Description: Given to those who get their
      cast caught on land.
    
      Notes: You get this after you get your cast caught on reedy grass
      in the water, or trees/branches. The best place for this award is
      Dua Ribu Lake; it has lots of reedy grass, and a few dead trees
      to get caught on. You cannot get caught on the land itself.
    
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      29. MY 1ST GOAL ACHIEVED
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've fished their
      targets for the first time.
    
      Notes: You get this award after you choose to go to sleep after
      the first day you successfully completed a fish target card.
    
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      30. MY 1ST EARLY MORNING
    
      Award Description: Given to first time morning fishers.
    
      Notes: You get this award when you go to sleep the first day you
      get up at 5 AM (after you set the Alarm Clock the night before).
      (You need to complete Miraculous Award #23 to get the Alarm
      Clock.)
    
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      31. MY 1ST MIDNIGHT RENDEZVOUS
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've gone night
      fishing for the first time.
    
      Notes: You get this after you go to sleep after night fishing for
      the first time. (You need to successfully complete Miraculous Award
      #24 to get a Night Pass.) 
    
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      32. TEMAN MAP OBTAINED
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've found the
      map of Teman Paradise Beach.
    
      Notes: This award is given to you after the first time you focus
      on the Teman map, which is available on the bulletin board.
    
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      33. PACAR MAP OBTAINED
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've found the
      map of Pacar Beach.
    
      Notes: This award is given to you after the first time you focus
      on the Pacar map, which is available on the bulletin board.
    
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      34. KANAN MAP OBTAINED
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've found the
      map of Kanan Lake.
    
      Notes: This award is given to you after the first time you focus
      on the Kanan map, which is available on the bulletin board.
    
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      35. DUA RIBU MAP OBTAINED
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've found the
      map of Dua Ribu Lake.
    
      Notes: This award is given to you after the first time you focus
      on the Dua Ribu map, which is available on the bulletin board.
    
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      36. TIDUR MAP OBTAINED
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've found the
      map of Tidur River.
    
      Notes: This award is given to you after the first time you focus
      on the Tidur map, which is available on the bulletin board.
    
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      37. KERIKIL MAP OBTAINED
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've found the
      map of Kerikil River.
    
      Notes: This award is given to you after the first time you focus
      on the Kerikil map, which is available on the bulletin board.
    
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      38. PANAS MAP OBTAINED
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've found the
      map of Panas Jungle.
    
      Notes: This award is given to you after the first time you focus
      on the Panas map, which is available on the bulletin board.
    
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      39. MALAM MAP OBTAINED
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've found the
      map of Malam Jungle.
    
      Notes: This award is given to you after the first time you focus
      on the Malam map, which is available on the bulletin board.
    
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      40. OCEAN MAP OBTAINED
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've found the
      map of the Penangkapan Ocean.
    
      Notes: This award is given to you after you buy the cruiser,
      and the map is automatically given to you.
    
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      ==MIRACULOUS AWARDS [MRC]==
    
    These are the most difficult awards to get. Each awards you a 10,000
    point bonus, with some of them giving you extra special items. Can
    you get all 30 awards?
    
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      1. CHAMPION
    
      Award Description: Given to those who catch every type of fish.
    
      Bonus: Champion's Proof. (Gold medal on your card)
    
      Notes: The legendaries and special area fish are included in this,
      although the password fish may not be (unless you have used the
      password to trigger them). You only need to have caught at least
      one of each fish to get this award.
    
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      2. GREAT ANGLER
    
      Award Description: Given to those who catch an S rank
      of every type of fish.
    
      Bonus: Gold fish medal on fishing card
    
      Notes: thanks to Gamefaqs user EarthViper, who completed this
      challenge, we now know that the password fish do NOT count for this
      reward, but all other fish DO, including the legendaries.
    
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      3. TRAVEL MASTER
    
      Award Description: Given to those who stay at
      every hotel on the island.
    
      Bonus: VIP Card (50% off area hotels - lodging & transportation)
    
      Notes: The cruiser is included in this too, so you won't see this
      until after you buy and stay in it for at least one night. The VIP
      card you get as a bonus gives you 50% off the price of all the
      area's hotels, and transportation to them.
    
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      4. THE REGULAR
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've bought
      300 items at the shop.
    
      Bonus: 50% discount on all Shop items.
    
      Notes: Baits are NOT included in the count for this award. Only
      rods, reels, lures, and clothing count towards this, so shop away!
      However, after you get the discount, baits ARE included in the
      discount (so you can stock up on Rainbow if you want).
    
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      5. PHOTOGENIC
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've maxed out the
      memory on their digital camera.
    
      Bonus: Camera (wearable item).
    
      Notes: The camera can hold 100 pictures, so start snapping! You
      do NOT need to save them into your photo album; they only need
      to be the camera's memory to count. If you want to get this
      quickly, stand somewhere and keep taking pictures until you
      get to 100, then just delete them all.
      The camera you receive as a bonus is a wearable accessory
      that hangs around your character's neck.
    
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      6. KING OF THE LAKE
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've won back-to-back
      victories in every contest.
    
      Bonus: In-game hairstyle changing.
    
      Notes: This isn't as easy as it sounds. But I've noticed the more
      you fish, the more you learn. You need to learn how the other
      contestants fish (whether they catch more in the morning, or
      in the evening, and how large the fish they catch are). Use
      this info to your advantage to win! (although you CAN cheat by
      resetting to your last catch if you don't get anything for awhile,
      I don't recommend it.)
    
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      7. AQUARIUM C.O.O.
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've built
      every room in the aquarium.
    
      Bonus: Releases the Emperor Penguin(s) into the Aquarium.
    
      Notes: Some rooms require more points to build than others.
      Go ocean trolling for awhile, then return and build away with
      your hard-earned points. The cost of building all the rooms
      comes to 352,000 points. (See Section 3 of this guide, "The
      Aquarium", for  more info.)
    
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      8. AQUARIUM C.E.O.
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've maxed out
      the levels in every aquarium tank.
    
      Bonus: Releases the Killer Whale into the Aquarium.
    
      Notes: A lot of ocean trolling helps take care of this. After
      you max out all the levels, several Killer Whales (aka Orcas)
      will be released into Cold/Salt tank #1, left side.
      Exact amount needed: 1,402,000 points.
    
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      9. EVERYONE'S AQUARIUM
    
      Award Description: Given when the total visitors of the
      Aquarium reaches 100,000.
    
      Bonus: Flood of more visitors.
    
      Notes: Building all the tanks and leveling them up helps
      a lot, as does lots of area fishing to get all the fish possible.
      S rank fish seem to attract more people too.
    
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      10. FISHING KING
    
      Award Description: Given to those whose class level
      reaches the highest rank.
    
      Bonus: Fishing King's Proof. (Red member card.)
    
      Notes: Lots of fishing for this helps! Fishing King is THE highest
      rank there is, and you get a special red member card to prove you
      you are THE best! After you get to World Champion, you will need
      to use the cruiser and go out to Safir Cave, and catch the hardest
      fish to get, the King of Herrings, to receive this card.
    
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      11. Ecologist
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've caught
      every type of trash.
    
      Bonus: Mustache Glasses (wearable item)
    
      Notes: There are 10 items that count towards this award:
    
       Average Driftwood (S rank- 1.70 ft) (worth 30 pts)
       Normal Driftwood (S rank- 1.70 ft) (worth 30 pts)
       Straight Driftwood (S rank- 1.70 ft) (worth 500 pts)
       Fine Driftwood (S rank- 1.70 ft) (worth 500 pts)
    
       Average Seaweed (S rank- 2.55 ft) (worth 30 pts)
       Thick Seaweed (S rank- 2.55 ft) (worth 50 pts)
    
       Bushy Water Weed (S rank- 2.48 ft) (worth 30 pts)
       Wild Water Weed (S rank- 2.48 ft) (worth 30 pts)
    
       Ammonite Fossil (A rank- 0.40 ft) (worth 3,000 pts)
       Trilobite Fossil (B rank- 0.38 ft) (worth 3,000 pts)
    
      You can find the driftwoods and water weeds almost anywhere in
      the eight main areas. The seaweeds are out to sea, or in areas that
      you have the cruiser. The water weeds are usually found at the
      area lakes, and the driftwoods can be found about anywhere.
      The Ammonite Fossil is found at Sembilan Island; I have good
      luck around the left upright rock.
      The Trilobite Fossil is found in Safir Cave; I usually find it near
      the back right side wall (you can also get the Ammonite Fossil
      HERE occasionally too!).
      When you get the Mustache Glasses, these will appear
      under the "Accessories - Face" area.
    
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      12. MANTA WATCHER
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've witnessed the rare
      Manta Ray during the submarine tour.
    
      Bonus: Releases the Manta Ray into the Aquarium.
    
      Notes: You may see the rare Manta Ray during the Penangkapan Ocean,
      West submarine tour (available at Teman Paradise Beach). You only
      need to see it, you do NOT need to take a picture of it.
      Once you do see it, you'll automatically get it in the Aquarium to
      enjoy forever. The Manta Ray is released into Temp/Salt tank #2
      (the large, overarching room where your walkway looks like an
      underwater tunnel.)
    
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      13. TURTLE WATCHER
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've witnessed the rare
      Sea Turtle during the submarine tour.
    
      Bonus: Releases the Sea Turtle into the Aquarium.
    
      Notes: You may see the rare Sea Turtle during the Pacar Beach
      submarine tour (available at Pacar Beach). You only need to
      see it, you do NOT need to take a picture of it.
      Once you do see it, you'll automatically get it in the
      Aquarium to enjoy forever, in Trop/Salt Tank #2.
    
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      14. DOLPHIN LOVER
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've witnessed the rare
      Dolphin during the submarine tour.
    
      Bonus: Releases the Dolphin into the Aquarium.
    
      Notes: You may see the rare Dolphin during the Penangkapan Ocean,
      West submarine tour (available at Teman Paradise Beach). You only
      need to see it, you do NOT need to take a picture of it.
      Once you do see it, you'll automatically get it in the Aquarium to
      enjoy forever. The Dolphin is released into Temp/Salt tank #2
      (the large, overarching room where your walkway looks like an
      underwater tunnel.)
    
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      15. WHALE SHARK WATCHER
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've witnessed the rare
      Whale Shark during the submarine tour.
    
      Bonus: Releases the Whale Shark into the Aquarium.
    
      Notes: You may see the rare Whale Shark during the Penangkapan
      Ocean, South submarine tour (available at Pacar Beach). You only
      need to see it, you do NOT need to take a picture of it.
      Once you do see it, you'll automatically get it in the
      Aquarium to enjoy forever, in Temp/Salt Tank #3.
    
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      16. CASTING MASTER
    
      Award Description: Given to those who received a platinum
      medal for every sniper casting challenge.
    
      Bonus: Reindeer Outfit (wearable item).
    
      Notes: The first sniper challenge proctor is at Kanan Lake, on
      the dock. This isn't that difficult. The large colored rings don't
      move, and once you learn about how far out the bullseye is,
      you can usually hit it without much trouble. The largest problem,
      by far, is remembering to NOT twist your wrist when casting, or
      the throw goes wildly anywhere.
      The master sniper challenge is at the Kerikil River, after you get
      Gold or better at the normal one. The proctor is at the Calm,
      Upstream. This target moves around after every time you cast.
      Once you learn exactly where it moves, you may be able to hit
      the bullseye better.
      The Outfit you get for this is listed under a new clothing section,
      "Costumes".
    
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      17. KAYAK MASTER
    
      Award Description: Given to those who received a platinum
      medal for every kayak racing.
    
      Bonus: Bear Outfit (wearable item).
    
      Notes: The best way to pass these is to memorize the courses & all
      their twists and turns. At the straight areas, paddle and get up
      to speed, and start turning before you reach the corner. Watch
      your character! If their arms are moving in a good rhythm, they
      are doing OK. If they are jerking around too much, slow down a
      little and paddle more smoothly.
      The Outfit you get for this is listed under a new clothing section,
      "Costumes".
    
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      18. RETRIEVE MASTER
    
      Award Description: Given to those who received a platinum
      medal for every retrieve challenge.
    
      Bonus: Frog Outfit (wearable item).
    
      Notes: The Spoon teacher: Dua Ribu Lake; the Spinner teacher:
      the Kerikil River; and the Crankbait teacher: the Tidur River.
      You may have the most problems, like I did, with the Crankbait
      challenge. Remember to do the OPPOSITE of the other 2 challenges
      for the Crankbait; reel when you don't think you're supposed to,
      and stop when you want to go.
      The Outfit you get for this is listed under a new clothing section,
      "Costumes".
    
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      19. FISH EXPERT
    
      Award Description: Given to those who received a platinum
      medal for every proFISHency challenge.
    
      Bonus: Space Outfit (wearable item).
    
      Notes: The level 3 proctor: Dua Ribu Lake; level 2: Malam Jungle;
      level 1: Pacar Beach. Just wait until you have a lot of fish in
      your book, and study up. The password fish WILL be shown in
      these, even if you did NOT release them before you took the tests.
      The Outfit you get for this is listed under a new clothing section,
      "Costumes".
    
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      20. EAGLE EYE
    
      Award Description: Given to those who received a platinum
      medal for every fish count challenge.
    
      Bonus: Dog Outfit (wearable item).
    
      Notes: Learn your fish well, and practice a lot. Easy Mode: Teman
      Paradise Beach; normal: Panas Jungle; Hard: Pacar Beach; and
      Master: Kanan Lake.
      The Outfit you get for this is listed under a new clothing section,
      "Costumes".
    
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      21. ALL-SEEING EYE
    
      Award Description: Given to those who received a platinum
      medal for every symbol hunt challenge.
    
      Bonus: Cat Outfit (wearable item).
    
      Notes: The 4 modes for the Teman (Beach) and Panas (Jungle) symbol
      hunts really do get hard. They hide the symbols in the oddest
      places, like under beach chairs, high up on trees, on buildings,
      and some of the angles they put them at make pictures difficult.
      Use transportation to your advantage!
      At Teman, you CAN use the bicycle, and should do so to get around
      faster than on foot. You don't even have to get off the bike to
      take a picture! You may want to take a kayak out to the shallow
      area and have a look at the other side of the buildings if you are
      having trouble finding that last picture. You only have 10 minutes
      in real time to do this, so make every second count.
      At Panas, since you have to rent the boat, do this before you start
      the hunt to save a few seconds. Symbols can be on the tree trunks,
      on the rocky walls, or even at Emerald Marsh, where you have to
      get off the boat and run to the Marsh. If you can't find the last
      symbol, go back the way you came as sometimes the symbols are
      on the BACK of things.
      The Outfit you get for this is listed under a new clothing section,
      "Costumes".
    
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      22. FUNSTER
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've completed every mini-game.
    
      Bonus: Gold branches on your photo on the member card.
    
      Notes: Do the best you can on each game, and practice! And for all
      that work, you get...a cute little thing on your card picture!?
      For all THAT!?
    
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      23. TARGET HUNTER
    
      Award Description: To those who've completed their
      bulletin board target 3 times.
    
      Bonus: Alarm Clock (room item).
    
      Notes: You only need to do 3 target cards on 3 different days to
      get this, so it should be easy. To make it easier, choose a common
      fish that's in an easy to get to place. Be aware you can only
      choose a target BEFORE you catch any fish for the day, and you
      can only choose 1 target per day (even if you move to a different
      area later).
      Once you get the Alarm Clock, it will always be on the nightstand
      next to your bed so you can use it before you go to sleep. This,
      if used, will wake you up at 5 AM instead of 7 AM for 2 extra
      fishing/traveling hours.
    
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      24. ACTIVITY LOVER
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've participated
      in 5 different activities.
    
      Bonus: Night Pass (at the area's fish turn-in counters).
    
      Notes: The bulletin board activities are what counts here. The
      fishing class you took at the start of the game counts as one
      activity, and doing target cards also counts as an activity (but
      only the first time you do a card does; for instance, if you do
      three cards that still ONLY counts as ONE activity, NOT three).
      The Night Pass is held at the fish turn-in counters at each area;
      just talk to the person there after you turn in your fish at the
      end of the regular day to activate it. Then you can go fishing
      from 7 PM (1900) to 12 AM (2400).
    
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      25. GRAND SLAM
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've caught the Striped
      Marlin, Blue Marlin, Black Marlin, and the Swordfish.
    
      Bonus: Prince or Princess Set (wearable items).
    
      Notes: These large, long nosed fish are all on the same pages in
      your fish book. They are all trolling catches, and reside in the
      Tropical Ocean. The "Blue Marlin" here refers to the "Indo-Pacific
      Blue Marlin".
      The clothes you get as a reward include a one piece item and a
      headpiece (what items depend on your character's gender).
    
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      26. MONSTER BUSTER
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've caught the Redtail
      Catfish, Dorado, Pirarucu, Alligator Gar, Platinum Alligator Gar,
      Barramundi, Papuan Black Bass, Nile Perch, and the Tigerfish.
    
      Bonus: Knight/Noblewoman Set (wearable items).
    
      Notes: These fish are all large and extra large jungle fish. They
      are found in different areas of the jungles they live in, and
      put up quite a fight!
      The clothes you get as a reward include a one piece item and a
      headpiece (what items depend on your character's gender).
    
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      27. FISHING LEGEND
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've caught the Black
      Carp, Grass Carp, Bighead Carp, and the Silver Carp.
    
      Bonus: China Set (wearable items).
    
      Notes: These four carp all reside in the Tidur River. The Black and
      Grass Carp are in the Northern River, Upstream, near the waterfall.
      The Bighead and Silver Carp are in the Northern River, downstream.
      The clothes you get as a reward include a one piece item and a
      pair of shoes (what items depend on your character's gender).
    
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      28. EMPEROR
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've caught the Muskie Pike,
      White Sturgeon, Burbot, Walleye, King Salmon, Northern Pike, and
      Stringfish.
    
      Bonus: Santa Set (wearable items).
    
      Notes: The "Muskie Pike" is actually called the "Muskie", and the
      "Stringfish" is actually the Japanese Hutchen. The first four fish
      named are in Kanan Lake. The next two are in the Gunan Es River,
      which can be reached via the Tidur River bulletin boards. The
      "Stringfish" (Japanese Hutchen) is found in the Tidur River.
      The clothes you get include a one-piece item and a hat, and
      the hat is the same for both genders.
    
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      29. COMBO MASTER
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've caught 30
      or more in one try while Smelt Fishing.
    
      Bonus: Wool Coat (wearable item).
    
      Notes: This is not easy to do, since you have to follow the rhythm
      of "A" and "B" pressing exactly to get any large amount of fish.
      If you are having a lot of trouble with this, get others to play
      with you; it seems friendly competition helps get a lot more than
      what you can alone.
    
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      30. HELP MASTER
    
      Award Description: Given to those who've helped out
      everyone in need of a hand.
    
      Bonus: 3 Star Rod (Titan) & Reel (Infinity).
    
      Notes: You get THE best rod and reel combo for extra large
      fish after you complete all 33 quests in the game. Three of the
      larger areas have six quests each, and the smaller ones only have
      three quests each. When you complete one, your journal records it.
    
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      ++OTHER++
    
    The handy computer doesn't just hold your awards; it also has other
    information you need to know on it. Take a look at what else it has
    to offer!
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
    ==RANKINGS [RNK]==
    
    
    -BIG SIZE-
    
    The biggest of the big, the most gigantic of the monsters are listed
    here. This list charts your top 30 largest caught fish in the game.
    In event of a tie, the game uses 4 decimal points after the period,
    like so: 00.0000, to break the tie.
    
    The list looks a little like this:
    
    No.   Fish Size   Fish Name   Date Caught   Time Caught
                      Size 00.0000             Area Caught
    
     --------------------------------------
    
    -Number Caught-
    
    Ever got sick of catching Armored Catfish while looking for the
    Pteraspis in the Panas Jungle, and wondered just how many of them
    you caught? If you caught tons of them, they may just end up listed
    here. This lists the Top 30 of the most fish you've caught of a
    species. This list can have ties.
    
    The list looks a little like this:
    
    No.   Fish Name   Last Date Caught    Last Time Caught
          No. Caught                    Area Caught
    
     \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
    ==AQUARIUM PROFITS [AQP]==
    
    This will be presented as a month-long graph of your profits once
    you become the Aquarium Director. You'll probably notice large
    spikes up when you build rooms or upgrade them, and down spikes
    if you don't do any fishing for a few in game days (for instance,
    if you are doing different bulletin board activities all those days).
    The graph will reach from 0 to the highest number of points you've
    made that month.
    The total amount of visitors up to that point, and the total amount
    of points earned is displayed above the graph.
    
    If you click on a certain day, you will see the same note that you
    get at the end of the day on the personal bulletin board in your
    room (every main area has one somewhere in the room), but you
    have to access that info from the computer when on the cruiser.
    
    This daily note includes how many visitors there were, and if that
    number was more or less than the day before; how many points you
    made, and what tanks the people liked the most and least.
    
     \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
    ==SETTINGS [STG]==
    
    These settings include things you may have been looking for,
    and weren't sure where to look; so here they are!
    
    -RETURN TO TITLE-
    Self-explanitory (or not). Instead of returning you to the Title
    Screen as it suggests, it actually takes you all the way back to
    the Wiimote warning screen. (Protip: the game saves after every
    time you catch/lose a fish or trash, every time you start/complete
    a quest, and every time you start/complete/exit an activity. If you
    really don't want to use this to exit the game, wait until you do
    something to get it to save, then hit the "Reset" button on the
    Wiimote to exit after the save warning disappears. It's much
    faster.)
    
    -SHOW/TURN OFF TIPS-
    Question: Always show the tips?    Yes     No
    If yes, each time you do something, you'll see the handy-dandy
    (annoying) Tips screen pop up. If no, you only see the tips the
    very first time you do something.
    
    -MULTIPLAY CHARACTER CHANGE-
    2P Father   3P Boy   4P Girl
    This gives you the option to change what character other players
    will be if they join you on a mini-game, or just to fish. You can
    go through each of the six available characters to choose one:
    Girl (little girl), Boy (little boy), Big Brother (teen boy),
    Big Sister (teen girl), Father (adult male), Mother (adult female)
    
    -SWITCH REEL HAND (R/L)-
    Left Button       Right Button
    This lets you switch hands to reel with the nunchuk, so you
    can choose whichever hand is most comfortable for you.
    
    -NINTENDO WI-FI CONNECTION-
    On Button         Off Button
    This lets you choose the Wi-fi for this game; if on, you can see
    the online leaderboards for the contests, and if you catch a fish
    for the online contest, you can be ranked in it. If off, nothing can
    be seen or sent.
    (Warning: as of June 28th, 2013, WiiConnect24 will go down forever.
    This may mean there will be no more online rankings/leaderboard, or
    online contests for this game after that time. If this is true, you
    may as well leave this off.)
    
    =================================================
    
      ===PART 3: THE AQUARIUM [AQM]===
    
    The Aquarium is one of the most relaxing, and the most frustrating,
    areas of the game. (That's quite a contrast!) As you are building it
    up and fishing to stock it, you will find it takes a lot of care, and
    a whole lot of points, and the users will complain about the least
    leveled and least stocked room. But as you level it up and stock it,
    make sure to stop by and take in the views!
    
    Each tank in each room is set up a different way, likely to maximize
    space and show off certain creatures best. Each tank also takes a
    different amount of points to build, but each level up is the same
    amount of points. Each time you level up a tank, it adds things
    like plants and coral for fish to hide in and swim by. It makes
    for wonderful photo opportunities, and makes for some relaxing
    naptimes, if you want.
    
    After you complete Teman quest #3, "Thrilling Aquarium", you will
    find that YOU are now the director of the whole shebang, so if you
    feel a little lost, Help(er) is here!
    So, without further ado, here is everything you always wanted
    to know about the Aquarium (and didn't think to ask!).
    
    ---
    
    Notes: You have to use the laptop on the desk near the Information
    Desk to build and upgrade the various tanks. This computer also
    holds the Aquarium layout for you to use to get used to where
    everything is located. There are 13 rooms in the Aquarium, and if
    you don't know where you're going, you could well get lost!
    
    On the Aquarium map, different colors represent the different
    levels each tank is at. The colors are as follows:
    
     *Gray = tank not yet built
     *Level 1 = Blue
     *Level 2 = Green
     *Level 3 = Gold
     *Max Level = Red
    
    When a few of the tanks are built, you can hover over the ones
    connected to them, but not yet built, and see how much they cost
    to build. You can only build tanks that are connected to ones you've
    already built. For instance, you cannot build Temp/Salt #3 until
    you build Temp/Salt #1, then build Temp/Salt #2 after that.
    A climate area, or hallway to another tank, is roped off and
    inaccessible until you go to that area and fish, or build the
    connecting tank.
    
    Each level has a certain amount of decoration in it; things
    like plants, coral, and background scenes to compliment and
    contrast the fish in that tank. The higher the level, the better
    the scenery. When you first build a tank, don't be surprised
    how empty of scenery it looks; it's supposed to look that way!
    
    Level 2 gives you rocks; lots and lots of large and small, gray,
    rocks to compliment the fish. Level 3 gives you larger rocks,
    and lots more of them. The max level finally gives you some coral
    and green plants to brighten the tank and make it look more like
    a fish's home.
    
    Contrary to rumors, the trash you catch (driftwood, seaweed, etc.),
    does NOT go into the tanks to decorate them, although I wish it
    did.
    
    When you enter the Aquarium, time stops moving. You stay on the
    same day, at the exact time you entered, and time only starts
    moving again after you leave.
    
     \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
    ==B1F: SEAWATER FLOOR==
    
    You walk into the Aquarium on this floor. B1F holds the Saltwater
    tanks for the Aquarium. Saltwater includes most of the main
    areas right along the coast, along with the ocean, obviously.
    
    The computer for building and upgrading the tanks is located here,
    on the desk near the information center.
    
    There are seven main rooms on this floor, & three small inset tanks
    along the wall near the area where the fish in them come from.
    These small tanks protect the tiniest of the fish you catch from
    the rest of the larger predatory fish. You do not have to build or
    upgrade these; they are already fully complete (and waiting for
    fish to fill them).
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
    =TROP/SALT TANKS=
    
    This area holds the Tropical/Saltwater dwelling fish.
    There are two Tropical tanks to fill; the first is already built for
    you, but that's all you're going to get. The rest is up to you.
    
     --------------------------------------
    
      TROP/SALT TANK #1
    
      Cost to Build (Level 1): 0 (already built)
    
      Upgrade to Level 2: 5,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Level 3: 25,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Maximum: 50,000 points
    
      Notes: This is the first tank you walk into from the hallway.
      This room has one large, curved tank along the right-side wall
      that holds the fish here.
      Some of the fish in here include: Emperor Angelfish; Pennant
      Coralfish; Parrotfish; Giant Trevally; Red Snapper; Bonito; Permit.
    
     --------------------------------------
    
      TROP/SALT TANK #2
    
      Cost to Build (Level 1): 5,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Level 2: 5,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Level 3: 25,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Maximum: 50,000 points
    
      Notes: This room holds one large floor-to-ceiling tank that curves
      along the three walls opposite the entrance/exit. The Sea Turtle,
      after you see it in the Pacar Beach sub tour, is released into
      this tank.
      Some fish in this tank include: Eastern Blue Devil Fish;
      Striped Beakfish.
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
    =TEMP/SALT TANKS=
    
    This area is for the Temperate/Saltwater dwelling fish.
    There are 3 tanks in this area, and one of them is THE most
    impressive of the tanks available: Temp/Salt #2. Like walking
    through an underwater tunnel with the fish swimming all around
    you, I can stay in here all day long (real day, not in-game day!)
    
     --------------------------------------
    
      TEMP/SALT TANK #1
    
      Cost to Build (Level 1): 500 points
    
      Upgrade to Level 2: 5,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Level 3: 25,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Maximum: 50,000 points
    
      Notes: The cheapest of the tanks to build, its two large tanks
      along the left and right side walls split the fish, and double
      the viewing pleasure.
      The fish are the same in both tanks. They include: Sea Eel; Red
      Stingray; Multicolorfin Rainbow; Sea Bass; Chicken Grunt; Black
      Porgy.
    
     --------------------------------------
    
      TEMP/SALT TANK #2
    
      Cost to Build (Level 1): 2,500 points
    
      Upgrade to Level 2: 5,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Level 3: 25,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Maximum: 50,000 points
    
      Notes: This is THE most impressive of the tanks (at least -I-
      think so). An underwater tunnel where it seems you are totally
      surrounded by fish! Highlights: this room includes the Manta Ray
      and Dolphin, both creatures available from the Penangkapan Ocean,
      West, submarine tour (after you see them there, they are released
      into this tank.)
      Other fish here include: Sailfish; some of the Marlins; Amberjacks;
      Tarpon; Milkfish; Red Sea Bream; Coral Trout; Red Emperor (Young);
      John Dory; Barracuda.
    
     --------------------------------------
    
      TEMP/SALT TANK #3
    
      Cost to Build (Level 1): 25,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Level 2: 5,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Level 3: 25,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Maximum: 50,000 points
    
      Notes: This room has a large, floor-to-ceiling tank along the
      opposite wall. The huge and serene Whale Shark occupies this
      tank after you see it in the Penangkapan Ocean, South, sub tour
      (available at Pacar Beach).
      Other fish here include: Ocean Sunfish; more Amberjacks; more
      Marlins; Xiphactinus; Great White Shark; more Manta Rays.
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
    =COLD/SALT TANKS=
    
    This area has the Cold water/Saltwater dwelling fish. There
    are only two tanks here, but they are the most expensive
    and hardest to fill.
    
     --------------------------------------
    
      COLD/SALT TANK #1
    
      Cost to Build (Level 1): 50,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Level 2: 5,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Level 3: 25,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Maximum: 50,000 points
    
      Notes: Another room with a floor-to-ceiling tank on the left and
      right sides; the fish are NOT the same in either tank. The left
      side holds a lot of fish species; the right side holds a bunch of
      Emperor Penguins, which you receive after you've built every
      room in the Aquarium, as a reward.
      Among the fish on the left side, you may notice a small pod of
      Killer Whales (Orcas), only here after you've maxed out the levels
      for every room in the Aquarium (these were the reward).
      Other fish in the left side tank include: Arctic Grayling; Japanese
      Pufferfish; Mackerel Icefish; Filefish; Saury.
    
     --------------------------------------
    
      COLD/SALT TANK #2
    
      Cost to Build (Level 1): 250,000 points!
    
      Upgrade to Level 2: 5,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Level 3: 25,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Maximum: 50,000 points
    
      Notes: The most expensive tank in here to build, it holds
      the rarest and most impressive fish!
      Some of the fish here include: all the Safir Cave fish; Oilfish;
      N. Pacific Giant Octopus; Giant Squid; Black Cod.
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
    =SALTWATER INSET TANKS=
    
    There are three tanks, one for each of the climate zones, inset near
    the entrances to the main climate area tanks. I'm still trying to
    decide if they show small, helpless or predatory fish, or the latest
    small fish you've S ranked. (After catching SO MANY fish on my main
    file, I can't tell!) So I will list the tanks and say where they are,
    and list some of the small fish that I have in my tanks.
    These are already built for you, and fully upgraded.
    
    TROPICAL INSET TANK: to right of Tropical/Salt entrance
    Royal Angelfish; Forceps Fish; Clownfish; Seahorse
    
    TEMPERATE INSET TANK: to left of Temperate/Salt entrance
    Horse Mackerel; Mackerel; Sea Robin; Black Rockfish;
    Japanese Lobster; Freshwater Prawn
    
    COLD INSET TANK: to right of Cold/Salt entrance
    Pacific Herring; Saury
    
     \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
    ==B2F: FRESHWATER FLOOR==
    
    This floor, which you take the stairs (to the right of the entrance)
    to get to, holds the Freshwater fish. There are six tanks: two for
    each climate zone, and three more wall-inset tanks for the
    tiny fish. Each main climate hallway splits into a left and
    right side, with a tank down another short hallway.
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
    =TROP/FRESH TANKS=
    
    This area holds the Tropical/Freshwater dwelling fish.
    
     --------------------------------------
    
      TROP/FRESH TANK #1
    
      Cost to Build (Level 1): 1,500 points
    
      Upgrade to Level 2: 5,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Level 3: 25,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Maximum: 50,000 points
    
      Notes: From the main Tropical hallway, go left to reach this
      room. The tank along the opposite wall is Jungle-themed, and
      holds the Panas Jungle fish. 
    
     --------------------------------------
    
      TROP/FRESH TANK #2
    
      Cost to Build (Level 1): 5,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Level 2: 5,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Level 3: 25,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Maximum: 50,000 points
    
      Notes: From the main Tropical hallway, go right to reach this
      room. This opposite wall, floor-to-ceiling tank also has a Jungle
      theme, and holds the Malam Jungle fish.
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
    =TEMP/FRESH TANKS=
    
    This area holds the Temperate/Freshwater dwelling fish.
    
     --------------------------------------
    
      TEMP/FRESH TANK #1
    
      Cost to Build (Level 1): 1,500 points
    
      Upgrade to Level 2: 5,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Level 3: 25,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Maximum: 50,000 points
    
      Notes: From the main Temperate hallway, go left to reach
      this room. The opposite wall, floor-to-ceiling tank can be
      reached via a ramp on either side that slopes down from the
      "stage" area you walk onto when you enter this room.
      This tank mainly houses the Dua Ribu Lake fish.
    
     --------------------------------------
    
      TEMP/FRESH TANK #2
    
      Cost to Build (Level 1): 3,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Level 2: 5,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Level 3: 25,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Maximum: 50,000 points
    
      Notes: From the main Temperate hallway, go right to reach
      this room. The tank on the opposite wall mainly holds the
      small/medium fish from: Kerikil River; Rahaja Lake; Patapara
      River; Kanan Lake (small/medium trout).
    
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
    =COLD/FRESH TANKS=
    
    This area holds the Cold/Freshwater dwelling fish.
    
     --------------------------------------
    
      COLD/FRESH TANK #1
    
      Cost to Build (Level 1): 5,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Level 2: 5,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Level 3: 25,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Maximum: 50,000 points
    
      Notes: From the main Cold hallway, go left to reach this room.
      This room has a "stage" area that you walk onto when you enter,
      with ramps going down to the tank on the opposite wall, like Temp/
      Fresh tank #1 does.
      Some fish here include: White Sturgeon; Hyneria; Northern Pike;
      Pond Smelt; the Gunan Es River fish.
    
     --------------------------------------
    
      COLD/FRESH TANK #2
    
      Cost to Build (Level 1): 3,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Level 2: 5,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Level 3: 25,000 points
    
      Upgrade to Maximum: 50,000 points
    
      Notes: From the main Cold hallway, go right to reach this room.
      This opposite wall, floor-to-ceiling tank includes these fish:
      the Tidur River Carp; Japanese Hutchen; the Male/Female Sockeye
      Salmon; Yellowfin Goby.
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
    =FRESHWATER INSET TANKS=
    
    There are three tanks, one for each of the climate zones, inset near
    the entrances to the main climate area tanks, just like for the
    saltwater exhibit upstairs. I will list the fish I have in my tanks.
    
    TROPICAL INSET TANK: to right of Tropical/Fresh entrance
    Arowana(!); Piranha; Armored Catfish; Black Ghost Knifefish
    
    TEMPERATE INSET TANK: to left of Temperate/Fresh entrance
    Smallmouth Bass; Bluegill; all 3 species of Bullheads
    
    COLD INSET TANK: to left of Cold/Fresh entrance
    Arctic Grayling; Yellowfin Goby
    
    
    =================================================
    
      ===PART 4: CHECKLISTS [CHL]===
    
    Ever wondered how to keep track of all the fish, awards, activities,
    and other things in Fishing Resort. Look no further! Handy-dandy
    checklists for all things trackable in this game will be included
    here. Some of the lists will have quite a few abbreviations, to
    keep them short and sweet, but still useable.
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
    Fish Legend:
    Index number: Fish Name: listed areas found in; [size; S rank], worth
    
    [S]=small [M]=medium [L]=large [XL]=extra large
    [S/M]=small/medium [M/L]=medium/large
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
    =TEMAN PARADISE BEACH=
    
    Teman=Teman Paradise Beach
    B.C. Rock=Big Catch Rock
    Shop=Shop Waterhouse
    Kayak C.=Kayak Center Freedom
    Pacar B.=Pacar Beach
    Villa M.=Villa Mirador
    E.=East
    W.=West
    
        =FISH=
    
      ---PAGE 1---
    []#171: BLOTCHY SILLAGO: B.C. Rock & Villa M.; [S; 1.06 ft], 115p
    []#054: CLOWNFISH: Kayak C. & Teman; [S; 0.59 ft], 60p
    []#123: ROYAL ANGELFISH: Teman W. & Pacar B. W.; [S; 1.06 ft], 130p
    
      ---PAGE 2---
    []#116: BLUE TANG: Kayak C. & Kayaker's Shallow; [S; 0.85 ft], 115p
    []#008: BLUEFACE ANGELFISH: Teman W. & Pacar B. W.; [S;1.07ft], 120p
    []#023: PARROTFISH: Kayaker's Shallow; [M; 2.10 ft], 465p
    
      ---PAGE 3---
    []#151: FORCEPS FISH: Teman West & Pacar B. East; [S; 0.76 ft], 105p
    []#099: ORIENTAL BUTTERFLYFISH: Shop & Kayak C.; [S; 0.82 ft], 75p
    []#101: MOORISH IDOL: Kayak C. & Teman; [S; 0.85 ft], 90p
    
      ---PAGE 4---
    []#191: LIONFISH: Kayak C. & Teman East; [S; 1.25 ft], 120p
    []#095: EMPEROR ANGELFISH: Shop & Pacar B. East; [S; 1.35 ft], 135p
    []#135: PENNANT CORALFISH: Shop & Kayak C.; [S; 0.84 ft], 85p
    
      ---PAGE 5---
    []#042: FLOUNDER: Teman East & Feest Cove; [M; 1.70 ft], 160p
    []#094: SEAHORSE: Teman West & Teman; [S; 0.42 ft], 270p
    []#003: RED STINGRAY: Teman East; [XL; 6.67ft], 1,185p
    
      ---PAGE 6---
    []#036: OCELLARIS CLOWNFISH: Teman West & Teman; [S; 0.42 ft], 675p
    []#148: HALIBUT: Feest Cove & Kayaker's Shallow; [M; 2.10 ft], 340p
    []#052: LONGNOSE HAWKFISH: Shop & Teman West; [S; 0.51 ft], 105p
    
      ---PAGE 7---
    []#006: HORSE MACKEREL: Big Catch Rock; [S; 0.84 ft], 85p
    []#009: SEA EEL: Feest Cove; [M; 2.07 ft], 115p
    []#195: BLACK ROCKFISH: B. C. Rock & Golden Cliff; [S; 1.25 ft], 135p
    
      ---PAGE 8---
    []#051: GRASS PUFFER: B. C. Rock & Villa M.; [S; 0.86 ft], 75p
    []#004: JAPANESE LOBSTER: Big Catch Rock; [S; 0.82 ft], 70p
    []#103: FRESHWATER PRAWN: Big Catch Rock; [S; 0.63 ft], 100p
    
      ---PAGE 9---
    []#025: SARDINE: Golden Cliff; [S; 0.84 ft], 105p
    []#093: NEEDLEFISH: Golden Cliff; [L; 3.81 ft], 400p
    []#047: MULTICOLORFIN RAINBOW: Golden Cliff; [S; 1.26 ft], 415p
    
      ---PAGE 10---
    []#037: MARBLED ROCKFISH: Big Catch Rock; [S; 1.06 ft], 175p
    []#168: SEA ROBIN: Feest Cove; [S; 1.26 ft], 180p
    []#029: MORAY EEL: Big Catch Rock; [L; 3.36 ft], 165p
    
      ---PAGE 11---
    []#070: SEA BASS: Big Catch Rock & Golden Cliff; [M; 2.52 ft], 300p
    []#033: DEMON STINGER: B. C. Rock & Golden Cliff; [S; 1.49 ft], 985p
    
      ---PAGE 12---
    []#059: SMALLSCALE BLACKFISH: Big Catch Rock; [M; 2.09 ft], 1,080p
    []#057: BLACK PORGY: B. C. Rock & Golden Cliff; [M; 1.65 ft], 525p
    []#126: JAPANESE BULLHEAD SHARK: Big Catch Rock; [L; 4.20 ft], 1,330p
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
    =TEMAN QUESTS=
    
    []1. TEMAN PARADISE SHARK HUNT: (worth 4,500 points)
     []a. Find man near Shop dock & talk to him
     []b. Find woman at Golden Cliff & talk to her
     []c. Return to 1st man & talk to him
     []d. Buy L/XL tackle, catch Japanese Bullhead Shark (B.C. Rock)
     []e. Return to 1st man again & talk to him
    
    []2. SHOP THE WAY YOU WANT: (worth 2,000 points)
     []a. Talk to girl in front of Fish Shop
     []b. Find man (pink afro) on end of kayak dock & talk to him
    
    []3. THRILLING AQUARIUM: (worth 5,000 points)
     []a. Find man in suit near Aquarium entrance & talk to him
     []b. Catch 10 different fish
     []c. Return to man & talk to him
    
    []4. TREASURES LOST AT SEA: (worth 2,000 points)
     []a. Talk to man in front of Big Catch Rock
     []b. Catch piece of driftwood
     []c. Return to man & talk to him
    
    []5. FORGETFUL HUSBAND'S ITEM: (worth 2,000 points)
     []a. Talk to woman near lobby door
     []b. Find man on kayak dock, near entrance, & talk to him
    
    []6. OCEAN'S DREAM: (worth 30,000 points)
     []a. Talk to man wearing Blue Aloha Shirt, near cruiser
     []b. fish at all eight area resorts
         []Teman Paradise Beach
         []Pacar Beach
         []Dua Ribu Lake
         []Tidur River
         []Kerikil River
         []Kanan Lake
         []Panas Jungle
         []Malam Jungle
     []c. Return to man & talk to him
     []d. Catch 80 types of fish
     []e. Return to man & talk to him
     []f. Buy cruiser for 100,000 points
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
     =TEMAN ACTIVITIES=
    
    []-DREAM AQUARIUM TOUR-
    Open to all; cost: 100 (1st time); 1,000 (2nd time) 3,000 (3rd time)
    
    []-FERRYBOAT FISHING TOUR (SOUTH COAST)-
    Open to all; cost: 200 points
    
    []-FISH COUNTING: (EASY)-
    Players with 40+ catches in area; cost: 100 points
    []Bronze  []Silver  []Gold  []Platinum
    
    []-TEMAN FLOAT FISHING TOURNAMENT-
    Open until day of tournament to all; cost: 300 points
    Most catches wins
    []Bronze  []Silver  []Gold  []Platinum
    
    []-FLOAT FISHING SCHOOL-
    Open to all; cost: free!
    
    []-SYMBOL HUNT AT THE BEACH! (EASY, NORMAL, HARD, MASTER)-
    Easy: all; others: players who conquered prior level; cost: 100 pts
    []Easy  []Normal  []Hard  []Master
    
    []-TROLLING TOUR: SOUTH COAST-
    Open to: Rookie class rank 3+ players; cost: 800 points
    
    []-PENANGKAPAN WEST COAST SUBMARINE TOUR-
    Open to: players with 30+ catches in area; cost: 100 points
    []Saw Bottlenose Dolphin   []Saw Manta Ray
    
    []-TEMAN PARADISE BEACH SUBMARINE TOUR-
    Open to: players with 30+ catches in area; cost: 100 points
    
    []-KAYAK RACE (NORMAL)-
    Rookie class rank 7+ players; cost: 100 points
    []Bronze  []Silver  []Gold  []Platinum
    
     \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
    =PACAR BEACH=
    
       =FISH=
    
    Legend:
    (kayak)= take the kayak out
    Villa M.=Villa Mirador
    
       ---Page 1---
    []#194: BLACK SEA BREAM: Villa Mirador (kayak); [M; 1.67 ft], 390p
    []#022: DOGTOOTH TUNA: Shallows&Villa M. (kayak); [L; 4.16ft], 1,065p
    []#030: THAMNACONUS MODESTUS: Villa Mirador; [S; 1.06 ft], 100p
    
       ---Page 2---
    []#066: CALFORNIA CORBINA: Pacar Beach East; [S; 1.49 ft], 555p
    []#067: MACKEREL: Villa Mirador; [S; 1.25 ft], 85p
    []#197: CLOWN TRIGGERFISH: Pacar Beach East; [S; 0.74 ft], 145p
    
       ---Page 3---
    []#111: TREVALLY: Villa Mirador (kayak); [L; 3.35 ft], 1,470p
    []#182: RED SEA BREAM: Villa Mirador (kayak); [M; 2.12 ft], 855p
    []#038: BLUEFIN TREVALLY: Villa Mirador (kayak); [L; 3.83 ft], 495p
    
       ---Page 4---
    []#020: ROCK PORGY: Pacar Beach West; [M; 2.06 ft], 780p
    []#170: BONEFISH: Shallow Area; [M; 2.50 ft], 1,830p
    []#021: STRIPED BEAKFISH: Villa Mirador (kayak); [M; 2.08 ft], 775p
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
     =PACAR QUESTS=
    
    []1. GIANT FISH IN THE REEFS: (worth 4,500 points)
     []a. Talk to woman down from counter area
     []b. Catch Blueface Angelfish (Shallows, or off dock; S/M tackle)
     []c. Return & talk to woman again
     []d. catch Trevally (Shallows/kayak, Villa M.; L/XL tackle)
     []e. Return to woman, talk to her again
    
    []2. A YEARNING FOR PURE WHITE: (worth 3,000 points)
     []a. Find woman near 2nd warp flag & talk to her
     []b. Catch Bonefish (Shallows-deep area; pale, sleek; medium tackle)
     []c. Return to woman & talk to her
    
    []3. THE MEN'S RESORT: (worth 3,000 points)
     []a. Talk to man near bulletin board
     []b. Find 1st friend right of 3rd wrap flag 
     []c. Find 2nd friend in Shallows, north of 1st friend
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
     =PACAR BEACH ACTIVITIES=
    
    []-DESERTED ISLAND FISHING TOUR: SEMBILAN ISLAND-
    Open to: amateur rank 10+ players; cost: 500 points
    
    []-FERRYBOAT FISHING TOUR: NORTH COAST-
    Open to: amateur class rank 5+ players; cost: 200 points
    
    []-FERRYBOAT FISHING TOUR: WEST COAST-
    Open to: amateur class rank 5+ players; cost: 200 points
    
    []-TROLLING TOUR: NORTH COAST-
    Open to: amateur class rank 1+ players; cost: 800 points
    
    []-PACAR FLOAT FISHING TOURNAMENT-
    Open until day of tournament to all; cost: 300 points
    Biggest fish wins (Dogtooth Tuna)
    []Bronze  []Silver  []Gold  []Platinum
    
    []-PENANGKAPAN SOUTH COAST SUBMARINE TOUR-
    Open to: players with 40+ catches in area; cost: 250 points
    []Saw Whale Shark
    
    []-PACAR BEACH SUBMARINE TOUR-
    Open to: players with 20+ catches in area; cost: 100 points
    []Saw Sea Turtle
    
    []-FISH COUNTING: HARD-
    Open to: players with 50+ catches in area; cost: 100 points
    []Bronze  []Silver  []Gold  []Platinum
    
     \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
    =DUA RIBU LAKE=
    
    =FISH=
    
    D.R.=Dua Ribu
    D.=Downstream
    
       ---Page 1---
    []#162: BLUEGILL: Lodge Lakeside & D.R. Eyelet; [S; 1.27 ft], 90p
    []#013: AMERICAN PICKEREL: D.R. Eyelet; [M; 2.10 ft], 265p
    []#115: CATFISH: Red Windmill& Northern River (D.); [M; 2.09ft], 190p
    
       ---Page 2---
    []#177: WHITE PERCH: Dua Ribu Eyelet; [S; 1.25 ft], 370p
    []#083: SMALLMOUTH BASS: Lodge Lakeside& D.R. Eyelet;[M;1.70ft], 240p
    
       ---Page 3---
    []#202: BLACK BASS: D.R. Eyelet; [M; 1.99 ft], 510p
    []#017: YELLOW PERCH: Red Windmill (South); [S; 0.85 ft], 465p
    []#203: SNAKEHEAD: D.R. Eyelet &Northern River (D.); [M;2.53ft], 510p
    
       ---Page 4---
    []#145: BIGMOUTH BUFFALO: Red Windmill; [L; 4.13 ft], 465p
    []#084: SMALLMOUTH BUFFALO: Red Windmill; [L; 4.21 ft], 360p
    
       ---Page 5---
    []#159: BLACK BULLHEAD: Blue Windmill; [S; 0.83 ft], 400p
    []#018: YELLOW BULLHEAD: Blue Windmill; [M; 1.70 ft], 480p
    []#155: BROWN BULLHEAD: Blue Windmill; [S; 1.26 ft], 430p
    
       ---Page 6---
    []#178: MURRAY COD: Dua Ribu Eyelet; [L; 3.82 ft], 1,440p
    []#011: BOWFIN: Red Windmill; [M; 2.49 ft], 1,245p
    []#215: LONGNOSE GAR: Red Windmill; [L; 4.95 ft], 1,485p
    
       ---Pages 7 & 8---
    []#200: WELS CATFISH: D.R. Eyelet (North); [XL; 6.25 ft], 2,940p
    
       ---Pages 9 &10---
    []#005: ACANTHODES: (REAL area) Red Windmill; [S; B-1.18 ft], 10,500p
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
     =DUA RIBU QUESTS=
    
    []1. DUA RIBU'S LUNKER BASS: (worth 5,000 points)
     []a. Talk to mom standing by lodge campfire area
     []b. Find teen boy near raft rental & talk to him
     []c. Rent a raft, go out to S. Blue Windmill (by dead tree)
     []d. Talk to boy in raft there
     []e. Catch lunker Black Bass (over 1.64 ft) (Eyelet; medium tackle)
     []f. Return to boy & talk to him
    
    []2. DO YOU LIKE YELLOW? (worth 3,000 points)
     []a. Talk to woman in yellow near lodge counter
     []b. Find her boyfriend on the dock, also in yellow, talk to him
     []c. Go out to Blue Windmill, catch Yellow Bullhead (medium tackle)
     []d. Return to man & talk to him again
    
    []3. TIME TO EAT: (worth 3,000 points)
     []a. Talk to mom on path to dock
     []b. Find 1st kid (boy) at Red Windmill & talk to him
     []c. Find 2nd kid (girl) at Eyelet island nr windmill & talk to her
    
    []4. WANT A FISHING LICENSE? (worth 2,000 points)
     []a. Talk to little girl on path to dock
     []b. Find ProFISHency proctor on Eyelet island (near cottage)
     []c. Talk to him to trigger ProFISHency Tests
    
    []5. RETRIEVAL CHALLENGE: (worth 2,000 points)
     []a. Find woman on dock (left of quest #2 man) & talk to her
     []b. Go to lodge area & find man in front of tree, right of counter
     []c. Talk to man to trigger Retrieval Challenge
    
    []6. THE GREAT DUA RIBU FEEDING: (worth 3,500 points)
     []a. After other quests, find man nr dock entrance & talk to him
     []b. Go out to Eyelet (North), catch Wels Catfish (use XL tackle)
     []c. Return to man & talk to him again
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
      =DUA RIBU ACTIVITIES=
    
    []-DUA RIBU LAKE SUBMARINE TOUR-
    open to: players with 30+ catches in area; cost: 100 pts
    
    []-DUA RIBU LAKE LURE FISHING TOURNAMENT-
    open to: all; reward: 8,000 pts; cost: 300 pts
    Biggest fish wins (Wels Catfish)
    []Bronze  []Silver  []Gold  []Platinum
    
    []-ORIENTAL LAKE RAHAJA TOUR-
    open to: expert class rank 10+ players; cost: 500 pts
    
    []-LURE FISHING SCHOOL-
    open to all; cost: free
    
    \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
    =KANAN LAKE=
    
    =FISH=
    
    B.K.=Big Kanan
    E.S. Rock=East Sparse Rock
    S.=South
    D.=Downstream
    Ker.=Kerikil
    
       ---Page 1---
    []#154: BROWN TROUT: B.K. S. & Kerikil Calm (D.); [S; 1.06 ft], 340p
    []#207: LAKE TROUT: Big Kanan South; [M; 2.08 ft], 235p
    []#027: WALLEYE: Foliage Gate; [L; 3.29 ft], 255p
    
       ---Page 2---
    []#044: BROOK TROUT: B.K. S.& Kerikil Rapids (D.); [M; 1.68 ft], 315p
    []#129: BURBOT: Kanan Railway; [L; 3.36 ft], 1,215p
    []#041: PINK SALMON: Kanan Eyelet; [M; 2.11 ft], 360p
    
       ---Page 3---
    []#081: STEELHEAD: Big Kanan North; [M; 2.94 ft], 360p
    []#040: CUTTHROAT TROUT: Reed Point; [S; 1.05 ft], 855p
    []#080: WHITE STURGEON: Emperor Hyde Hall (Mid); [XL; 23.16ft],8,250p
    
       ---Page 4---
    []#124: RAINBOW TROUT: E.S. Rock & Ker. Waterfall; [S/M;1.64 ft],380p
    []#181: MUSKIE: West Sparse Rock; [L; 4.14 ft], 630p
    
       ---Pages 5 & 6---
    []#131: HYNERIA: East Sparse Rock; [XL; 16.89 ft], 16,500p
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
     =KANAN QUESTS=
    
    []1. KANAN FISHING TEST: (worth 5,500 points)
     []a. Find man north of patio area & talk to him
     []b. Catch 3 Lake Trout (N. of Eyelet island; medium tackle)
     []c. Return & talk to man again
     []d. Catch 3 Walleyes (Foliage Gate area; 3 fins; L/XL tackle)
     []e. Return to man & talk to him again
    
    []2. SNIPER CASTING: (worth 2,000 points)
     []a. Find little boy in garden area & talk to him
     []b. Go out to dock middle, talk to Sniper Casting proctor
    
    []3. KANAN FISH RESEARCH: (worth 2,500 points)
     []a. Talk to woman in suit, in lodge near room stairs
     []b. Go out Eyelet island (north), catch Steelhead (medium tackle)
     []c. Return to woman & talk to her
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
      =KANAN ACTIVITIES=
    
    []-KANAN LAKE SUBMARINE TOUR-
    open to: players with 30+ catches in area; cost: 100 pts
    
    []-KAYAK RACE (HARD/MASTER)-
    open to: players with gold on previous level; cost: 100 pts
    []Hard:    []Bronze  []Silver  []Gold  []Platinum
    []Master:  []Bronze  []Silver  []Gold  []Platinum
    
    []-KANAN LAKE LURE FISHING TOURNAMENT-
    open to: all until day before; cost: 300 pts; reward: 8,000 pts
    The most catches wins
    []Bronze  []Silver  []Gold  []Platinum
    
    []-FISH COUNTING: MASTER-
    open to: players with 50+ catches in area; cost: 100 pts
    []Bronze  []Silver  []Gold  []Platinum
    
    \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
    =KERIKIL RIVER=
    
    =FISH=
    
       ---Page 1---
    []#028: JAPANESE DACE: Kerikil Rapids (Both); [S; 1.25 ft], 345p
    []#198: JAPANESE SALMON: Kerikil Calm (Both); [S; 1.28 ft], 390p
    
       ---Page 2---
    []#091: FAT MINNOW: Kerikil Calm (Both); [S; 0.51 ft], 120p
    []#026: JAPANESE CHAR: Kerikil Rapids (Both); [S; 0.82 ft], 375p
    
       ---Pages 3 & 4---
    []#174: BOTHRIOLEPIS: Kerikil Calm (Both); [S; A-1.58 ft], 12,750p
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
     =KERIKIL QUESTS=
    
    []1. THE KERIKIL RESEARCHER: (worth 3,000 points)
     []a. Go to Calm area, find man in brown coat & talk to him
     []b. Go to Rapids, find man in gray clothes & talk to him
     []c. Go to Waterfall & catch Rainbow Trout (pinkish; medium tackle)
     []d. Return to man at Rapids & talk to him again
     []e. Return to man at Calm & talk to him again
    
    []2. SENTIMENTS OF THE FISH: (worth 2,500 points)
     []a. Go to Suspender Bridge start, talk to man in brown sweater
     []b. Catch a Magoi (Calm or Rapids, both; medium tackle)
     []c. Go to lodge area, find woman in brown sweater, talk to her
    
    []3. MEANDERING SALMON: (worth 1,000 points)
     []a. Find man in Straw Hat at Rapids area & talk to him
      (May need Tidur open, or caught salmon from there, to complete)
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
      =KERIKIL ACTIVITIES=
    
    []-KERIKIL RIVER LURE FISHING TOURNAMENT-
    open to: all; cost: 300 pts; reward: 12,000 points
    The most catches wins.
    []Bronze  []Silver  []Gold  []Platinum
    
    []-KERIKIL RIVER SUBMARINE TOUR-
    open to: players with 30+ catches in area; cost: 100 pts
    
    []-SAFIR CAVE SUBMARINE TOUR-
    open to: players with 40+ catches in area; cost: 100 pts
    
    []-ICE LAKE REMAK SMELT FISHING TOUR-
    open to: rookie class rank 1+ players; cost: 500 pts
    
     \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
    =TIDUR RIVER=
    
    =FISH=
    
    Villa M.=Villa Mirador
    S.=Southern
    N.=Northern
    D.=Downstream
    U.=Upstream
    R.=River
    P.=Point
    
       ---Page 1---
    []#185: YELLOWFIN GOBY: Villa M. & Southern R. D. [S; 0.63ft], 90p
    []#153: CRUCIAN CARP: Southern & Northern River U. [S; 1.06 ft], 85p
    []#024: JAPANESE HUCHEN: Northern River Upstream [L; 4.23 ft], 1,185p
    
       ---Page 2---
    []#175: STRIPED MULLET: Villa M. & Southern R. D. [S; 0.85 ft], 85p
    []#180: MAGOI: Southern & Northern River U. [M; 2.52 ft], 325p
    
       ---Page 3---
    []#078: CHUM SALMON: Kanan Eyelet & Southern R. D. [M; 2.51 ft], 415p
    []#049: SILVER SALMON: Reed Point & Southern R. U. [M; 2.52 ft], 405p
    
       ---Page 4---
    []#166: SOCKEYE SALMON (F): Reed P.&Southern R. U. [M; 2.07 ft], 855p
    []#165: MALE SOCKEYE SALMON: Reed P.&Southern R. D. [M; 2.10ft], 420p
    
       ---Page 5---
    []#085: GRASS CARP: Tidur Waterfall [L/XL; 5.92 ft], 3,330p
    []#002: BLACK CARP: Tidur Waterfall [L/XL; 6.33 ft], 3,330p
    
       ---Page 6---
    []#065: BIGHEAD CARP: Northern R. Downstream [XL; 6.69 ft], 3,330p
    []SILVER CARP: Northern River Downstream [L; 5.09 ft], 3,330p
    
       ---Pages 7 & 8---
    []#060: CHEIRACANTHUS: Northern R. Downstream [S; C-1.04 ft], 9,750p
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
     =TIDUR QUESTS=
    
    []1. ROMANCE OF THE TIDUR: (worth 4,500 points)
     []a. Find woman in lodge area & talk to her
     []b. Go to Southern River, find man near warp point, talk to him
     []c. Run/bike all way to right, find old man, talk to him
     []d. Warp to Northern River, rent kayak
     []e. Catch Grass Carp (Waterfall; light body, dark head; XL tackle)
     []f. Return to woman & talk to her again
    
    []2. THE OLD MAN'S HONOR: (worth 3,000 points)
     []a. Talk to old man in kayak, Northern River, near dock
     []b. Catch Japanese Hutchen (Upstream; L/XL tackle)
     []c. Return to old man & talk to him again
    
    []3. A PROMISE BETWEEN THE TWO: (worth 2,000 points)
     []a. Find teen boy on dock & talk to him
     []b. Find girlfriend in lodge area (brown hair, nr your cabin)
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
      =TIDUR ACTIVITIES=
    
    []-TIDUR RIVER SUBMARINE TOUR-
    open to: players with 30+ catches in area; cost: 100 pts
    
    []-TIDUR RIVER LURE FISHING TOURNAMENT-
    open to: all; cost: 300 pts; reward: 12,000 points
    Biggest fish wins. (Bighead or other Carp)
    []Bronze  []Silver  []Gold  []Platinum
    
    []-ICE RIVER GUNAN FISHING TOUR-
    open to: expert class rank 10+ players; cost: 500 pts
    
     \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
    =PANAS JUNGLE=
    
    =FISH=
    
       ---Page 1---
    []#146: PIRANHA: Rootroof Stream [S; 1.25 ft], 165p
    []#201: ARMORED CATFISH: Emerald Marsh [S; 0.64 ft], 180p
    []#035: CARDINAL TETRA: Emerald Marsh [S; 0.21 ft], 145p
    
       ---Page 2---
    []#007: APAPA: Rootroof Stream [M; 2.75 ft], 315p
    []#144: PEACOCK BASS: Panas Lake & Craigie Stream [M/L; 3.10ft], 470p
    []#163: PAYARA: Emerald Marsh [L; 3.29 ft], 920p
    
       ---Page 3---
    []#010: AFRICAN PIKE: Rootroof Stream [S/M; 1.85 ft], 460p
    []#158: BLACK GHOST KNIFEFISH: Mangrove Pool [S; 1.24 ft], 1,200p
    []#210: REDTAIL CATFISH: Mangrove Pool [L; 4.22 ft], 1,410p
    
       ---Page 4---
    []#132: PACU: Rootroof Stream [S; 0.84 ft], 380p
    []#015: AROWANA: Emerald Marsh [L; 4.22 ft], 940p
    
       ---Page 5---
    []#014: ALLIGATOR GAR: Mangrove Pool [XL; 10.19 ft], 1,240p
    []#156: PLATINUM ALLIGATOR GAR: Mangrove Pool [XL; 9.86 ft], 2,880p
    []#149: PIRARUCU: Panas Lake & Panas Waterfall [XL; 14.83 ft], 1,450p
    
       ---Page 6---
    []#109: DORADO: Emerald Marsh & Mangrove Pool [L; 4.25 ft], 1,600p
    
       ---Pages 7 & 8---
    []#152: PTERASPIS: Emerald Marsh [S; C-0.84 ft], 11,250p
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
     =PANAS QUESTS=
    
    []1. KING OF THE JUNGLE: (worth 4,500 points)
     []a. Talk to man in lodge middle (w/fishing hat)
     []b. Find teen girl at dock, talk to her
     []c. Rent raft, go to small left "pond" area near Panas Lake
     []d. Talk to little boy on raft there
     []e. Return to dock, talk to girl again
     []f. Catch Pirarucu (P. Lake, left side; round body/fins; XL tackle)
     []g. Return to dock, talk to girl again
    
    []2. FIND THE KEY MAN: (worth 3,500 points)
     []a. Talk to man near lodge exit
     []b. Rent raft, go out to Emerald Marsh, talk to friend there
     []c. Catch Arowana (gold body, long fins; L/XL tackle)
     []d. Talk to friend again
     []e. return to lodge, talk to 1st man
    
    []3. FIND THE KEY MAN (CONT'D): (worth 5,000 points)
     []a. Return to Emerald Marsh, talk to friend in quest #2
     []b. Go back to lodge area, talk to 1st man from quest #2
    
    []4. THE WOES OF A NON-SWIMMER: (worth 1,000 points)
     []a. Talk to little boy on path to dock
      (Completion depends on whether Shop quest at Teman done?)
    
    []5. SHADOW OF GOLD: (worth 3,500 points)
     []a. Complete first 2-4 quests
     []b. Talk to woman in gold suit near lodge counter
     []c. Go to dock, find little girl in tank top, talk to her
     []d. Catch Dorado (Emerald Marsh; large gold body; L/XL tackle)
    
    []6. MONSTER OF SILVER: (worth 5,000 points)
     []a. Complete quest #5
     []b. Talk to old man with white afro on dock
     []c. Catch Platinum Alligator Gar (Mangrove Pool; paler; XL tackle)
     []d. Return to old man & talk to him again
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
      =PANAS ACTIVITIES=
    
    []-PANAS JUNGLE SUBMARINE TOUR-
    open to: players with 30+ catches in area; cost: 100 pts
    
    []-SYMBOL HUNT IN THE JUNGLE (EASY/NORMAL/HARD/MASTER)-
    open to: (easy) Rookie class rank 5+, (N/H/M) conquer previous level
    cost: 100 points
    []Easy  []Normal  []Hard  []Master
    
    -FISH COUNTING: NORMAL-
    open to: players with 50+ catches in area; cost: 100 pts
    
    -PANAS JUNGLE FLOAT FISHING TOURNAMENT-
    open to: all; cost: 300 pts; reward: 6,000 pts
    Largest fish wins.
    []Bronze  []Silver  []Gold  []Platinum
    
     \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
    =MALAM JUNGLE=
    
    =FISH=
    
       ---Page 1---
    []#053: GUPPY: Twin Rock Stream [S; 0.21 ft], 410p
    []#157: PLATINUM GUPPY: Twin Rock Stream [S; 0.21 ft], 1,875p
    []#136: BUTTERFLY FISH: Twin Rock Stream [S; 0.85 ft], 815p
    
       ---Page 2---
    []#106: BETTA: Twin Rock Stream [S; 0.33 ft], 945p
    []#031: ELEPHANTNOSE FISH: Shak Garden Stream [S; 1.03 ft], 780p
    
       ---Page 3---
    []#160: OCELLATED SNAKEHEAD: Shak Garden Stream [S; 1.25 ft], 1,340p
    []#001: CHANNA LUCIUS: Malam Mountain (South) [M; 1.49 ft], 1,210p
    []#107: GIANT SNAKEHEAD: Malam Mountain (East) [M; 2.90 ft], 1,980p
    
       ---Page 4---
    []#176: POLYPTERUS: Malam Mountain (West & North) [M; 2.50ft], 1,140p
    []#212: ROYAL KNIFE FISH: Malam Mountain (South) [S/M; 1.70 ft], 970p
    
       ---Page 5---
    []#138: PAPUAN BLACK BASS: Malam Outlet [L; 4.18 ft], 1,755p
    []#089: TIGERFISH: Malam Mountain (West & North) [L; 4.93 ft], 2,670p
    
       ---Page 6---
    []#112: NILE PERCH: Malam Mountain (West & South) [XL; 6.20 ft], 935p
    []#140: BARRAMUNDI: Malam Outlet [XL; 6.26 ft], 2,580p
    
       ---Pages 7 & 8---
    []#055: CLIMATIUS: Twin Rock Stream [S; B-0.37 ft], 9,000p
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
     =MALAM QUESTS=
    
    []1. ON THE HUNT FOR BARRA: (worth 7,500 points)
     []a. Talk to man with cowboy hat near campfire
     []b. Rent boat, go out to Malam Outlet
     []c. Catch Papuan Black Bass (smaller than Nile Perch; L/XL tackle)
     []d. Return to man & talk to him again
     []e. Go back to Outlet, catch Barramundi (longer, pale; XL tackle)
     []f. Return to man & talk to him again
    
    []2. THE TIGER IN THE DEEP: (worth 3,500 points)
     []a. Rent boat, go to Malam Mountain & dock there
     []b. Find man with eyepatch, talk to him
     []c. Take boat to Malam Mountain North
     []d. Catch Tigerfish (large, long, striped; use L/XL tackle)
     []e. Return to man & talk to him again
    
    []3. THE FARTHEST POINT: (worth 1,000 points)
     []a. Rent boat, go out to Shak Garden Stream, dock there
     []b. Talk to girl in tank top & shorts
    
     +++++++++++++++++++++++
    
      =MALAM ACTIVITIES=
    
    []-MALAM FLOAT FISHING TOURNAMENT-
    open to: all; cost: 300 pts; reward: 10,000 points
    Most catches wins.
    []Bronze  []Silver  []Gold  []Platinum
    
    []-MALAM JUNGLE SUBMARINE TOUR-
    open to: players with 30+ catches in area; cost: 100 pts
    
    []-ISOLATED RIVER PATAPARA FISHING TOUR-
    open to: expert class rank 10+ players; cost: 500 pts
    
     \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
    =TROPICAL OCEAN=
    
    Borders run roughly from the top tip of the island to
    the eastern area a little north of the lighthouse.
    
    =FISH=
    
    E.=East
    W.=West
    S.=South
    Sep.=Sepuluh Island
    
      ---Page 1---
    []#186: AUXIS ROCHEI: Ferry/Cruiser [M; 2.13 ft], 520p
    []#039: BONITO: Ferry/Cruiser [M; 2.12 ft], 535p
    []#184: JOHN DORY: Ferry/Cruiser [S; 1.69 ft], 310p
    
      ---Page 2---
    []#208: RED EMPEROR (ADULT): Ferry/Cruiser [M/L; 2.47 ft], 720p
    []#113: RED SNAPPER: Ferry/Cruiser [M/L; 2.95 ft], 435p
    []#062: CORAL TROUT: Ferry/Cruiser [S/M; 1.68 ft], 925p
    
      ---Page 3---
    []#192: MILKFISH: Ferry/Cruiser [L; 4.25 ft], 1,555p
    []#147: YELLOWTAIL AMBERJACK: Ferry/Cruiser [L; 4.24 ft], 780p
    []#082: MACKEREL TUNA: Ferry/Cruiser [L; 4.18 ft], 405p
    
      ---Page 4---
    []#071: MAHI-MAHI: Trolling-W.&E. Sepuluh; West rt [L;5.96ft], 1,050p
    []#046: YELLOWFIN TUNA: Trolling E.&S. Sepuluh [XL; 8.49 ft], 1,710p
    []#045: GREATER AMBERJACK: Ferry/Cruiser [L; 4.14 ft], 810p
    
      ---Page 5---
    []#139: BARRACUDA: Trolling-E. Sepuluh &S. Pacar [XL; 6.16 ft], 3255p
    []#150: LONGFIN YELLOWTAIL: Ferry/Cruiser [L; 4.23 ft], 780p
    []#061: COBIA: Trolling-West & South routes [XL; 6.81 ft], 925p
    
      ---Page 6---
    []#187: OCEAN SUNFISH: Trolling-West #4 [XL; 8.38 ft], 2,625p
    []#143: HAMMERHEAD SHARK: Troll-E.&W. Sep. #4&5 [XL;14.54ft], 2,790p
    
      ---Page 7---
    []#056: INDO-PACIFIC BLUE MARLIN: Troll-East #1&5 [XL;12.48ft],7,870p
    []#193: SWORDFISH: Trolling-West #4 & #5 [XL; 14.35 ft], 8,250p
    []#076: BLACK MARLIN: Trolling-W.&NW. Sep. #1&5 [XL;16.39ft], 7,575p
    
      ---Page 8---
    []#179: STRIPED MARLIN: Trolling-West #4&5 [XL; 12.49 ft], 7,800p
    
      ---Pages 9-10---
    []#073: XIPHACTINUS: Trolling-W. Sep. #5 [XL; B-19.27 ft], 15,000p
    
     \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
    =TEMPERATE OCEAN=
    
    The borders run roughly from around north of Pacar
    Beach to close to the sharp top tip of the island.
    
    E.=East
    Semb.=Sembilan Island
    
       ---Page 1---
    []#019: CHICKEN GRUNT: Ferry/Cruiser [S/M; 1.91 ft], 390p
    []#077: JAPANESE WHITING: Ferry/Cruiser [S; 1.27 ft], 75p
    []#141: OILFISH: Trolling-All Routes & Tropical [L; 5.86 ft], 945p
    []#068: SPANISH MACKEREL: Ferry/Cruiser [L; 3.17 ft], 280p
    
       ---Page 2---
    []#161: JAPANESE AMBERJACK: Ferry/Cruiser [L; 4.12 ft], 540p
    []#102: RAINBOW RUNNER: Ferry/Cruiser [L; 4.26 ft], 285p
    
       ---Page 3---
    []#183: OCTOPUS: Ferry/Cruiser [M; 2.48 ft], 570p
    []#169: GREAT WHITE SHARK: Troll-E. Tidur #1,4,5 [XL;18.68ft],5,700p
    []#088: GIANT SQUID: Troll-East Tidur area #5 [XL; 23.38 ft], 6,960p
    
       ---Page 4---
    []#058: PACIFIC BLUEFIN TUNA: Troll-E. Semb. #1&5 [XL;10.54ft],6,600p
    
       ---Pages 5 & 6---
    []#097: DUNKLEOSTEUS: Trolling-Semb. W. #2,5 [XL; E-17.09ft], 18,000p
    
     \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
    =FRIGID OCEAN=
    
    Anywhere north of the north coast of Sembilan Island.
    
    =FISH=
    
    N.=North
    Semb.=Sembilan Island
    
       ---Page 1---
    []#125: PACIFIC HERRING: Ferry/Cruiser [S; 1.49 ft], 165p
    []#063: MACKEREL ICEFISH: Ferry/Cruiser [M; 2.54 ft], 195p
    []#069: SAURY: Ferry/Cruiser [S; 0.84 ft], 90p
    
       ---Page 2---
    []#173: ARABESQUE GREENLING: Ferry/Cruiser [M; 2.47 ft], 130p
    []#110: JAPANESE PUFFERFISH: Ferry/Cruiser [M; 2.54 ft], 885p
    []#043: FILEFISH: Ferry/Cruiser [S; 1.05 ft], 120p
    
       ---Page 3---
    []#050: BLACK COD: Ferry/Cruiser [L; 4.18 ft], 340p
    []#164: SOCKEYE SALMON: Ferry/Cruiser [M; 2.10 ft], 315p
    
       ---Page 4---
    []#064: COALFISH: Ferry/Cruiser [M/L; 2.91 ft], 1,005p
    []#034: HALIBUT: Trolling-NE Temperate #1&#5 [XL; 8.48 ft], 7,080p
    []#188: N. PACIFIC GIANT OCTOPUS: Trolling-N. Sembilan
      #1&2 [XL; 16.89 ft], 3,105p
    
       ---Pages 5 & 6---
    []#167: HELICOPRION: Trolling-E. Semb. #1&5 [XL; B-11.40 ft], 17,250p
    
     \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
    =SEMBILAN ISLAND=
    
    Small island NW of main resort island.
    
    =FISH=
    
       ---Page 1---
    []#016: EASTERN BLUE DEVIL FISH: near entrance [M; 1.66 ft], 1,095p
    []#128: PURPLE QUEEN: near right upright rock [S; 0.34 ft], 1,455p
    []#096: GIANT GROUPER: between upright rocks [XL; 8.29 ft], 2,055p
    []#137: PINK ANEMONEFISH: left & right upright rocks [S;0.33ft], 960p
    []#199: RED-BELLIED FUSILIER: front of docks [M; 1.49 ft], 900p
    
       ---Pages 2 & 3---
    []#214: ROLFOSTEUS CANNINGENSIS: nr right big rock [S;B-0.58ft], 900p
    
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    =SEPULUH (SPOOL) ISLAND=
    
    Crescent moon-shaped island SE of main resort island.
    
    =FISH=
    
       ---Page 1---
    []#130: PERMIT: anywhere, and in the ocean [M/L; 2.92 ft], 1,065p
    []#206: ROOSTER FISH:island's left side (from dock)[L;4.12 ft],1,830p
    []#209: RED EMPEROR (YOUNG): anywhere [S; 1.06 ft], 360p
    []#087: TARPON: opposite of dock [XL; 8.43 ft], 2,875p
    []#074: GIANT TREVALLY: off dock, or in ocean [L; 4.23 ft], 2,655p
    
     \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
    =SAFIR CAVE=
    
    Take the cruiser all the way around to the top of the island, and
    cruise near the coastline, looking for a dock with a bunch of floats
    nearby. Choose to dock there.
    
    =FISH=
    
       ---Page 1---
    []#100: FOOTBALL FISH: anywhere, or right rear [S; 1.68 ft], 975p
    []#204: FRILLED SHARK: anywhere in cave [XL; 8.27 ft], 1,245p
    []#189: GOBLIN SHARK: right rear, by rock wall [XL; 12.32ft], 2,655p
    []#086: PUDGY CUSKEEL: anywhere in cave [XL; 8.39 ft], 2,475p
    []#196: FLAPJACK OCTOPUS: anywhere in cave [S; 0.85 ft], 510p
    []#104: BARRELEYE: far right, by rock "wall" [S; 0.63 ft], 2,805p
    
       ---Pages 2 & 3---
    []#205: KING OF HERRINGS: near cave rear [XL; 22.55 ft], 6,750p
    
     \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
    =GUNAN ES RIVER=
    
    Reached via Tidur River bulletin board activity.
    
    =FISH=
    
       ---Page 1---
    []#172: ARCTIC GRAYLING: anywhere in river [S/M; 1.64 ft], 360p
    []#127: NORTHERN PIKE: anywhere in river [L; 4.21 ft], 300p
    []#048: KING SALMON: river's left side, 70+ft out [L; 4.21ft], 1,575p
    []#032: DOLLY VARDEN: river's left side, 60+ft out [S; 1.03 ft], 870p
    
     \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
    =REMAK ES LAKE=
    
    =FISH=
    
    Reached via Kerikil River bulletin board activity.
    
       ---Page 1---
    []#216: POND SMELT: in ice hole [S; 0.63 ft], 180p
    
     \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
    =PATARPA RIVER=
    
    Reached via Malam Jungle bulletin board activity.
    
    =FISH=
    
       ---Page 1---
    []#211: LENOK: anywhere in river [M; 2.12 ft], 360p
    []#090: HUCHO TAIMEN: right side of river [XL; 6.18 ft], 2,355p
    []#012: AMUR PIKE: anywhere in river [L; 3.41 ft], 435p
    
     \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
    =RAHAJA LAKE=
    
    Reached via Dua Ribu Lake bulletin board activity.
    
    =FISH=
    
       ---Page 1---
    []#117: SHOWA KOI: anywhere in pond [M; 2.46 ft], 720p
    []#119: HIKARIMUJI KOI: front of rear bridge [L; 5.01 ft], 2,820p
    []#122: TANCHO KOI: anywhere in pond [M; 2.50 ft], 780p
    []#120: KOHAKU KOI: anywhere in pond [M; 2.52 ft], 810p
    []#121: AKAMUJI KOI: anywhere in pond [M; 2.54 ft], 735p
    []#118: SHIROUTSURI KOI: anywhere in pond [M; 2.46 ft], 765p
    
     \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
    =PASSWORD ONLY FISH=
    
       ---Page 1---
    []#213: ROCK BASS: Dua Ribu Lake-Red Windmill
      (g34nvg9xw2) [S; 1.48 ft], 185p
    []#092: LARGEHEAD HAIRTAIL: Temp. Ocean-South of Semb.:Ferry/Cruiser
      (wy2vx773h) [L; 4.16 ft], 660p
    []#079: ALASKA POLLOCK: Frigid Ocean-Ferry/Cruiser
      (ksjkpw240) [L; 3.19 ft], 430p
    []#108: FLYING FISH: Tropical Ocean-Ferry/Cruiser
      (mck245h6h) [S; 1.26 ft], 240p
    []#075: SHORTNOSE GAR: Dua Ribu Lake: D.R. Eyelet (N of NE marshes)
      (hpsprkhsw) [S;1.26 ft], 1,065p
    []#190: THREESPOT DASCYLLUS: Teman Paradise Beach-Kayaker's Shallow
      (32g89pnh5) [S; 0.63 ft], 220p
    
       ---Page 2---
    []#098: CHAIN PIKE: Kanan Lake-Lodge Lakeside
      (gjkl3902d) [M;2.54 ft], 465p
    []#072: COELACANTH: Safir Cave-right rear
      (pghx189hz) [XL; 6.58 ft], 3,750p
    []#134: SAILFISH:Tropical & Temperate Oceans-#1 bait
      (hd2k49nsx) [XL;12.76 ft], 6,150p
    []#105: ELECTRIC EEL: Panas Jungle-Mangrove Pool
      (typrqtyb3) [XL;10.54 ft], 1,630p
    []#114: NAPOLEON FISH: Pacar Beach East-deep area of Shallows
      (sjkltl409) [L; 5.74 ft], 1,740p
    []#142: PORCUPINE FISH: Teman Paradise Beach-Golden Cliff
      (39kdjrqp) [S; 1.25 ft], 630p
    
    =======================================
    
     =AWARDS=
    
    =COMMON AWARDS=
    
    Bronze/Points/Time/Mode (1,000 point bonus)
    Silver/Points/Time/Mode (2,000 point bonus)
    Gold/Points/Time/Mode (5,000 point bonus)
    Platinum/Points/Time/Mode (10,000 point bonus)
    
    TOTAL CAUGHT: []Bronze-10 []Silver-100 []Gold-500 []Platinum-1,000
    NEW CATCH TOTAL: []Bronze-10 []Silver-100 []Gold-500 []Platinum-1,000
    S RANK TOTAL: []Bronze-10 []Silver-100 []Gold-500 []Platinum-1,000
    
    SNIPER CASTING (POINTS)
    (Kanan) NORMAL: []Bronze-400 []Silver-500 []Gold-600 []Platinum-700
    (Kerikil) MASTER: []Bronze-400 []Silver-500 []Gold-600 []Platinum-700
    
    KAYAK RACING (INSIDE TIMES)
    (Teman)NORMAL:[]Bronze-1:00 []Silver-0:55 []Gold-0:50 []Platinum-0:46
    (Kanan) HARD: []Bronze-1:30 []Silver-1:25 []Gold-1:20 []Platinum-1:15
    (Kanan)MASTER:[]Bronze-1:50 []Silver-1:45 []Gold-1:40 []Platinum-1:35
    
    RETRIEVE CHALLENGES (POINTS)
    (Dua Ribu) SPOON: []Bronze-400 []Silver-500 []Gold-600 []Platinum-700
    (Tidur) CRANKBAIT:[]Bronze-400 []Silver-500 []Gold-600 []Platinum-700
    (Kerikil) SPINNER:[]Bronze-400 []Silver-500 []Gold-600 []Platinum-700
    
    PROFISHENCY TESTS (NUMBER RIGHT)
    (Dua Ribu) LEVEL 3: []Bronze-5 []Silver-7 []Gold-9 []Platinum-10
    (Malam) LEVEL 2: []Bronze-10 []Silver-14 []Gold-18 []Platinum-20
    (Pacar) LEVEL 1: []Bronze-15 []Silver-20 []Gold-25 []Platinum-30
    
    FISH COUNT
    (Teman Paradise Beach) []Bronze-Easy
    (Panas Jungle) []Silver-Normal
    (Pacar Beach) []Gold-Hard
    (Kanan Lake) []Platinum-Master
    
    SYMBOL HUNT
    BEACH! []Bronze-Easy []Silver-Normal []Gold-Hard []Platinum-Master
    JUNGLE!	[]Bronze-Easy []Silver-Normal []Gold-Hard []Platinum-Master
    
    TEMAN FLOAT FISHING CONTEST TOP RESULT
    []Bronze-3rd []Silver-2nd []Gold-1st []Platinum-Back-to-Back
    
    PACAR FLOAT FISHING CONTEST TOP RESULT
    []Bronze-3rd []Silver-2nd []Gold-1st []Platinum-Back-to-Back
    
    KANAN LURE CONTEST TOP RESULT
    []Bronze-3rd []Silver-2nd []Gold-1st []Platinum-Back-to-Back
    
    DUA RIBU LURE CONTEST TOP RESULT
    []Bronze-3rd []Silver-2nd []Gold-1st []Platinum-Back-to-Back
    
    TIDUR LURE CONTEST TOP RESULT
    []Bronze-3rd []Silver-2nd []Gold-1st []Platinum-Back-to-Back
    
    KERIKIL LURE CONTEST TOP RESULT
    []Bronze-3rd []Silver-2nd []Gold-1st []Platinum-Back-to-Back
    
    PANAS FLOAT FISHING CONTEST TOP RESULT
    []Bronze-3rd []Silver-2nd []Gold-1st []Platinum-Back-to-Back
    
    MALAM FLOAT FISHING CONTEST TOP RESULT
    []Bronze-3rd []Silver-2nd []Gold-1st []Platinum-Back-to-Back
    
    TOTAL AQUARIUM VISITORS
    []Bronze-10 []Silver-100 []Gold-1,000 []Platinum-10,000
    
    DAYS ON PENANGKAPAN ISLAND
    []Bronze-7 []Silver-30 []Gold-90 []Platinum-180
    
    TOTAL TARGETS COMPLETED 
    []Bronze-10 []Silver-25 []Gold-50 []Platinum-100
    
    TOTAL PURCHASED
    AVATARS: []Bronze-10 []Silver-25 []Gold-50 []Platinum-100
    TACKLE: []Bronze-10 []Silver-25 []Gold-50 []Platinum-100
    
     \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
    =SPECIAL AWARDS=
    
    1,000 point bonus each
    
    []1. MY 1ST FISHING RESORT (after 1st night at Teman Paradise Beach)
    []2. MY 1ST VILLA MIRADOR (after 1st night at Pacar Beach)
    []3. MY 1ST LA HAVANA (after 1st night at Kanan Lake)
    []4. MY 1ST KOKODA HOUSE (after 1st night at Dua Ribu Lake)
    []5. MY 1ST RIVER HOUSE ALBURY (after 1st night at Tidur River)
    []6. MY 1ST KOLAK INN (after 1st night at Kerikil River)
    []7. MY 1ST BAMBAM LODGE (after 1st night at Panas Jungle)
    []8. MY 1ST WACO INN (after 1st night at Malam Jungle)
    []9. MY 1ST CRUISER SHIP (after 1st night on cruiser)
    []10. MY 1ST TROLLING (after done w/trolling tour, Teman, Pacar)
    []11. MY 1ST SMELT FISHING (after smelt fishing, Kerikil)
    []12. MY 1ST BOAT FISHING (after ferry fishing tour, Teman, Pacar)
    []13. MY 1ST SUBMARINE TOUR (after submarine tour, all main areas)
    []14. MY 1ST FISHING CONTEST (after 1st contest, all main areas)
    []15. MY 1ST SNIPER CASTING (after doing challenge 1st time, Kanan)
    []16. MY 1ST KAYAK RACING (after 1st kayak race, Teman)
    []17. MY 1ST RETRIEVE CHALLENGE (after 1st, Dua Ribu,Kerikil,Tidur)
    []18. MY 1ST FISH COUNT (after 1st fish count, Teman)
    []19. MY 1ST PROFISHENCY TEST (after 1st test, Dua Ribu)
    []20. MY 1ST SYMBOL HUNT (after 1st hunt, Teman or Panas)
    []21. MY 1ST FLOAT FISHING (after 1st time-float class, Teman, auto)
    []22. MY 1ST LURE FISHING (after 1st time, lure class, Dua Ribu)
    []23. MY 1ST SHOPPING (after 1st time buying item[s] in Teman Shop)
    []24. MY 1ST BIKE RIDE (after bike rental, Teman,Pacar,Kerikil,Tidur)
    []25. MY 1ST AQUARIUM LEVEL UP (after 1st time leveling up tank)
    []26. MY 1ST PHOTO (after saving pic, 1st time taking a picture)
    []27. FISH LOSER (after losing a fish for 100th time)
    []28. EARTH FISHER (after cast caught - tree branch, reeds/grass)
    []29. MY 1ST GOAL ACHIEVED (sleep after 1st target card completed)
    []30. MY 1ST EARLY MORNING (night after 1st time setting alarm clock)
    []31. MY 1ST MIDNIGHT RENDEZVOUS (after night fishing w/night pass)
    []32. TEMAN MAP OBTAINED (after focusing on bulletin board map)
    []33. PACAR MAP OBTAINED (after focusing on bulletin board map)
    []34. KANAN MAP OBTAINED (after focusing on bulletin board map)
    []35. DUA RIBU MAP OBTAINED (after focusing on bulletin board map)
    []36. TIDUR MAP OBTAINED (after focusing on bulletin board map)
    []37. KERIKIL MAP OBTAINED (after focusing on bulletin board map)
    []38. PANAS MAP OBTAINED (after focusing on bulletin board map)
    []39. MALAM MAP OBTAINED (after focusing on bulletin board map)
    []40. OCEAN MAP OBTAINED (after buying cruiser)
    
     \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
    
    =MIRACULOUS AWARDS=
    
    10,000 point bonus each
    
    []1. CHAMPION: How: Catch every type of fish. All fish included.
       Get: Champion's Proof (gold medal on card).
    []2. GREAT ANGLER: How: Catch an S rank of every type of fish.
       Get: Gold fish medal on fishing card
    []3. TRAVEL MASTER: How: Stay at every resort hotel, & the cruiser.
       Get: VIP Card; 50% discount for all hotels & transportation.
    []4. THE REGULAR: How: Buy 300 items at the Teman Shop (NO BAITS!).
       Get: 50% shop discount (baits included!).
    []5. PHOTOGENIC: How: Max out the digital camera memory (100 pics).
       Get: Wearable camera item.
    []6. KING OF THE LAKE: How: Win Back-to-Back all 8 fishing contests.
       Get: change character's hairstyle in-game.
    []7. AQUARIUM C.O.O.: Built all Aquarium rooms. Need 352,000 points.
       Get: Emperor Penguin in Cold/Salt tank #1 (right side).
    []8. AQUARIUM C.E.O.: Max out all Aquarium tanks. Need 1,402,000 pts.
       Get: Killer Whales (Orcas) in Cold/Salt tank #1, left side.
    []9. EVERYONE'S AQUARIUM: 100,000 visitors to the Aquarium reached.
       Get: Flood of more visitors. (No, really. That's what you get!)
    []10. FISHING KING: Highest rank reached. Catch King of Herrings.
       Get: Fishing King's Proof. (Red member card.)
    []11. ECOLOGIST: Caught all types of trash.
     []Average Driftwood (S rank- 1.70 ft) (worth 30 pts)
     []Normal Driftwood (S rank- 1.70 ft) (worth 30 pts)
     []Straight Driftwood (S rank- 1.70 ft) (worth 500 pts)
     []Fine Driftwood (S rank- 1.70 ft) (worth 500 pts)
     []Average Seaweed (S rank- 2.55 ft) (worth 30 pts)
     []Thick Seaweed (S rank- 2.55 ft) (worth 50 pts)
     []Bushy Water Weed (S rank- 2.48 ft) (worth 30 pts)
     []Wild Water Weed (S rank- 2.48 ft) (worth 30 pts)
     []Ammonite Fossil (A rank- 0.40 ft) (worth 3,000 pts) (Sembilan)
     []Trilobite Fossil (B rank- 0.38 ft) (worth 3,000 pts) (Safir Cave)
       Get: Mustache Glasses; wearable item.
    []12. MANTA WATCHER: Rare Manta Ray seen during Penangkapan Ocean,
        West, Sub Tour (Teman). Get: Manta Ray: Aquarium, Temp/Salt #2.
    []13. TURTLE WATCHER: Rare Sea Turtle seen during Pacar Beach Sub
        Tour. Get: Sea Turtle in Aquarium, Trop/Salt tank #2.
    []14. DOLPHIN LOVER: Rare Dolphin seen during Penangkapan Ocean,
        West, Sub Tour (Teman). Get: Dolphin in Aquarium, Temp/Salt #2.
    []15. WHALE SHARK WATCHER: Rare Whale Shark seen during Penangkapan
        Ocean, South, sub tour (Pacar Beach). Get: Aquarium-Temp/Salt #3.
    []16. CASTING MASTER: Platinum Medal in both Sniper Cast Challenges.
        Get: Reindeer Outfit (wearable costume).
    []17. KAYAK MASTER: Platinum Medal in all Kayak Racing Challenges.
        Get: Bear Outfit (wearable costume).
    []18. RETRIEVE MASTER: Platinum Medal all 3 lure Retrieve challenges.
        Get: Frog Outfit (wearable costume).
    []19. FISH EXPERT: Platinum Medal in all 3 ProFISHency Test levels.
        Get: Space Outfit (wearable costume).
    []20. EAGLE EYE: Platinum Medal in all four Fish Count challenges.
        Get: Dog Outfit (wearable costume).
    []21. ALL-SEEING EYE: Platinum Medal in both Symbol Hunts.
        Get: Cat Outfit (wearable costume).
    []22. FUNSTER: Get a Platinum Medal on ALL mini-games.
        Get: Gold branches on your photo on the member card.
    []23. TARGET HUNTER: Complete 3 fish target cards.
        Get: Alarm Clock (useable room item; can go fishing at 5 AM).
    []24. ACTIVITY LOVER: Do 5 different bulletin board activities.
        Get: Night Pass (useable item; can go night fishing: 7PM-12AM).
    []25. GRAND SLAM: Caught Striped, Blue, Black Marlins, & Swordfish.
        Get: Prince/Princess Set (wearable items).
    []26. MONSTER BUSTER: Caught Redtail Catfish; Dorado; Pirarucu;
        Alligator Gar; Platinum Alligator Gar; Barramundi; Papuan Black
        Bass; Nile Perch; & Tigerfish.
        Get: Knight/Noblewoman Set (wearable items).
    []27. FISHING LEGEND: Caught Black, Grass, Bighead, and Silver Carp.
        Get: China Set (wearable items).
    []28. EMPEROR: Caught Muskie Pike; White Sturgeon; Burbot; Walleye;
        King Salmon; Northern Pike; & Stringfish (Japanese Huchen).
        Get: Santa Set (wearable items).
    []29. COMBO MASTER: Smelt Fishing: 30 or more smelt (Remak Es Lake).
        Get: Wool Coat (wearable item).
    []30. HELP MASTER: Complete all 33 Quests.
        Get: 3 star XL Titan rod/Infinity reel
    
    =======================================
    
    =AQUARIUM CHECKLIST=
    
    k=thousand
    (#k)= cost to build/upgrade, in points
    
     =B1F SALTWATER=
    
    -TROP/SALT-
      TROP/SALT TANK #1
    []Level 1 (default) []Level 2 (5k) []Level 3 (25k) []Max Level (50k)
      TROP/SALT TANK #2
    []Level 1 (5k) []Level 2 (5k) []Level 3 (25k) []Max Level (50k)
    
    -TEMP/SALT-
      TEMP/SALT TANK #1
    []Level 1 (500) []Level 2 (5k) []Level 3 (25k) []Max Level (50k)
      TEMP/SALT TANK #2
    []Level 1 (2,500p) []Level 2 (5k) []Level 3 (25k) []Max Level (50k)
      TEMP/SALT TANK #3
    []Level 1 (25k) []Level 2 (5k) []Level 3 (25k) []Max Level (50k)
    
    -COLD/SALT-
      COLD/SALT TANK #1
    []Level 1 (50k) []Level 2 (5k) []Level 3 (25k) []Max Level (50k)
      COLD/SALT TANK #2
    []Level 1 (250k) []Level 2 (5k) []Level 3 (25k) []Max Level (50k)
    
     =B2F: FRESHWATER=
    
    -TROP/FRESH-
      TROP/FRESH TANK #1
    []Level 1 (1,500p) []Level 2 (5k) []Level 3 (25k) []Max Level (50k)
      TROP/FRESH TANK #2
    []Level 1 (5k) []Level 2 (5k) []Level 3 (25k) []Max Level (50k)
    
    -TEMP/FRESH-
      TEMP/FRESH TANK #1
    []Level 1 (1,500p) []Level 2 (5k) []Level 3 (25k) []Max Level (50k)
      TEMP/FRESH TANK #2
    []Level 1 (3k) []Level 2 (5k) []Level 3 (25k) []Max Level (50k)
    
    -COLD/FRESH-
      COLD/FRESH TANK #1
    []Level 1 (5k) []Level 2 (5k) []Level 3 (25k) []Max Level (50k)
      COLD/FRESH TANK #2
    []Level 1 (3k) []Level 2 (5k) []Level 3 (25k) []Max Level (50k)
    
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    ===CREDITS [CRT]===
    
    All thanks to these great people!
    
    
    Tons of thanks to GameFAQs user Philia (Meia_blue) for her original
    GameFAQs guide. She inspired me to make a more complete and
    comprehensive guide for GameFAQs for this great and engrossing game!
    
    The GameFAQs users of the Fishing Resort board, for their questions
    and answers to help everyone out:
    http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/637335-fishing-resort
    
    The XSeed game forums for Fishing Resort, for more answers:
    http://xseedgames.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?35-Fishing-Resort
    (currently these are down)
    
    GameFAQs user _path0s_ for finding the fish passwords:
    http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/637335-fishing-resort/61879470
    
    GameFAQs user EarthViper for letting us know what the reward and name
    for the S ranking all fish was, and congrats to them for sticking
    with it and getting it done!
    
    Thanks to GameFAQs itself for hosting this guide and making it
    available to all for free!
    
    
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