How to Get to the Bonus Round Catfish Hunt in Rapala Pro Fishing PS2

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How to Get to the Bonus Round Catfish Hunt in Rapala Pro Fishing PS2
Getting to The Catfish Hunt in "Rapala Pro Fishing" requires beating the 21 tournaments that come before. (catfish image by pearlguy from Fotolia.com)

"Rapala Pro Fishing" is a video game released for the PlayStation2 (PS2) on August 31, 2004. It allows players to pursue all sorts of fish, ranging from trout to salmon, with various fishing poles and boats, in areas ranging from Arkansas to Minnesota. Winning the game requires beating all 22 tournaments. Getting to The Catfish Hunt, which is the 22nd tournament in the game, means you have to beat all of the 21 tournaments that came before it first.

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Defeat all 21 tournaments that come before The Catfish Hunt in your game. The names of the 21 tournaments, in order, are Castiac Bass Cup, Chinook Hunt, Bass Challenge, Tonka Walleye Cup, Small Fish Cup, Trout Catchers, California Bass, The Muskie Hunt, Largemouth Race, Bass Culling, The Salmon Run, Minnetonka Giants, Culling League, Speed Fishing, The Grayling Search, Texas Fishing, Walleye Cup, Smallie Cup, Peacock Special, Kraken and Pike Challenge.

  2. 2

    Go out to either Lake Okeechobee 1 or Lake Okeechobee 2 in Florida to activate your unlocked 22nd tournament. Cast your lure, such as a husky jerk redtail chub, into the weed areas of either lake.

  3. 3

    Wait for the catfish to bite your lure. Reel it in repeatedly with your rod to catch it. Repeat as necessary to catch it if it gets away.

  1. 1

    Access the Pike Challenge with a cheat code. Go to "Options" and select it with your PS2 controller. Go to "Extras" and select it. Go to "Cheats" and select it. Enter either the code "XUP9-NE24-653DG" or "1QJ7-86FD-EGF17" and press the "Start" button with your controller to activate it.

  2. 2

    Defeat the Pike Challenge by using the Skitter Walk Frog SW08, Tournament M 9-foot, 6-inch and Finesse 5.44kg. test lures to catch the pike.

  3. 3

    Select either Lake Okeechobee 1 or Lake Okeechobee 2 in Florida to activate your unlocked 22nd tournament. Cast out your lure, such as a husky jerk redtail chub, into the weeded area of either lake.

  4. 4

    Wait for the catfish to bite onto your lure. Reel it in repeatedly with your rod to catch it. Repeat if necessary to catch it if it swims away.

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