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Mark Davis' The Fishing Master (SNES)

Mark Davis' The Fishing Master SNES In case you are not familiar with who Mark Davis is

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Description

In Mark Davis' The Fishing Master, the player can take control of fishing legend Mark Davis and fish in five different lakes and even compete in a fishing tournament to win a trophy.

The gameplay is reminiscent of Super Black Bass. The player picks a location to fish using an overhead map where the player is then taken to a behind the person perspective to cast their reel. Once the player casts their line, the view will change to a split screen with the original view on the top with a underwater view on the bottom to view the bait and an approaching fish.

Each lake has a different criteria to meet such as a weight limit, time limit, etc., to advance to the next lake and ultimately compete in the major tournament. Players can also assemble their own set of authentic fishing gear including rods, reels, bait and various equipment. The game also boasts that the fish in the game act realistically to their real-life counterparts.

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Mark Davis' The Fishing Master SNES Oops forgot to tie the lure
Mark Davis' The Fishing Master SNES Choose a spot to fish from 2
Mark Davis' The Fishing Master SNES Picked the fish out of the water
Mark Davis' The Fishing Master SNES Getting ready to cast

Alternate Titles

  • "Oomono Black Bass Fishing: Jinzouko-Hen " -- Japanese title

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The Press Says

Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM) Mar, 1996 6.75 out of 10 68
Total! (Germany) Jun, 1996 3 out of 6 60

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Big John WV (25282) added Mark Davis' The Fishing Master (SNES) on Feb 13, 2009