Rapala Fishing: Daily Catch sends you fishing all over the world and does so in style, with a ton of amazing fish waiting for you to capture them and set new records. There are a ton of other stuff for you to unlock as well, from lures to lines and everything a fisherman needs to become the best and the game itself is extremely fun and challenging – but at the same time relaxing. Because who doesn’t love fishing?
But we’re not here to praise the game! We’re here to check out all the Rapala Fishing: Daily Catch cheats and tips that will help you get better at the game, complete the missions to level up and capture the biggest fish there were. So let’s not waste a single second and let’s check out below some Rapala Daily Catch tips and cheats!
1. Only cast where the fish are
Every time you start fishing, look in the water to see where the fish are jumping around. That’s the place where you have to cast: move the marker there and swipe upwards to cast the lure. If you swipe too fast, too slow or to the sides, that won’t be a perfect cast. Don’t even waste time with those types of casts, simply try again and only go with perfect casts because only those will put you where the most fish are.
2. Ignore the fish you don’t need
Your challenge is to capture a specific amount of a particular type of fish and the game makes it easier for you to achieve it by telling you what fish is about to bite and also having you swipe up after it bites to capture it. If you don’t swipe up, the fish will go and you can keep fishing and get a chance at a different fish. So unless you’re playing for fun, just ignore the fish you don’t need and wait for the right one to come and only when they bite swipe up and start your battle to capture them.
3. Use the right lure
Different lures attract different types of fish, so it is vital to use the right type of lure. Just go to your gear box and select the type of fish you’re trying to catch and the game will automatically list the best lures to use for that particular type of fish.
4. Learn the patterns for each lure
Each lure has a swiping pattern that you must master in order to maximize the chances of it attracting fish and there are 4 moves for each lure. It’s really easy to find the patterns: simply start swiping, and when you hit a correct swipe, a blue circle will appear on the screen. You will find that the second correct swipe shows you a slightly larger blue circle, and the third an even larger one. The fourth is the largest circle and it’s purple – and that marks the pattern. All the patterns that you found (even incomplete ones) can be checked out in the gear box under each lure type, so you don’t have to actually memorize them all for each type of lure.
5. Use the right line
If you want – or if you believe you will – capture large fish, it’s important to use better line. Each line you use has a limited amount before you have to refill and that costs in-game money, so always pay attention to that and make sure that you have enough money left. If you for some reason manage to run out of money and line, watch videos to get extra silver coins and buy more line. However, if you follow the tips listed in this article, you should have no such problems!
6. Take part in tournaments
Based on your reputation (level), you can join tournaments. These offer great chances for you to earn a lot of prizes and unlock even more great stuff to fish with, so make sure that you sign up for all possible tournaments and try to perform as good as possible.
7. Watch the line!
After a fish bites, the real fight begins. It’s really easy to bring all the fish to your boat: just keep an eye on the line and make sure it doesn’t go in the red for too long. Reeling too fast is not always the best idea, so try to alternate between fast reeling (dragging the reel to the bottom of the screen) or slower (moving it up). If the color of the line is starting to change from grey/white to green, yellow and goes towards red, try first to reel slower. If that doesn’t work and the line goes into the red, release it and watch the actual line in the water until it turns orange or green, then start reeling again. It is also vital to get all the black areas for boosts when reeling – otherwise it will be a lot more difficult, especially with larger fish. But if you follow these basic rules, you should be OK even with fish slightly larger than the maximum allowed by your line!
These would be for now our tips and tricks for Rapala Fishing: Daily Catch. Do you have anything to add? Let us know by commenting below!