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Rapala Fishing Pro Series (preowned)

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Real Fishing!

Welcome to RapalaFishing Pro Series! Rapalais looking to sponsor the next great angler to be part of their Pro Series team, do you have what it takes? Compete in world-class tournaments, weekly challenges all to improve your skills by earning bonus money to climb the ranks and become a professional angler for the No.1 fishing brand in the world?

Build your reputation, gain sponsors, battle for awards and trophies as you try to catch the top 24-species of fish from Large Mouth Bass to Northern Pike in some of the most iconic fishing locations in North America. Unlock and choose from 100s of authentic lures and equipment combinations as you try to outsmart your competition. Navigate the waters in official Ranger® boats equipped with Mercury motors to locate your secret hots spots.

  • 24 fishing species from Large Mouth Bass to Lake Trout.
  • 100’s of REAL lures and gear to select from.
  • Underwater and above water Catch-Cam.
  • Single Player Free Fishing, Season Mode (tournaments) & Daily Catch Challenge (online).
  • Daily and Weekly Challenges to test player skills and reward money bonuses for upgrades.
  • Real-World weather conditions.
  • Catch Monster & Legendary Fish.
  • 7 iconic lakes in America to select from: Lake Minnetonka, Rainy Lake, Lake Jenny, Lake Powell, Lake Guntersville, Lake of the Cherokees and Lake Okeechobee