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Fishing Sim World: Pro Tour Tournament Bass Pack DLC Out Soon

Dovetail Games has announced that its upcoming DLC, Tournament Bass Pack for Fishing Sim World: Pro Tour is launching on September 5th for £11.99 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. This new DLC adds two new lakes to the game.

Featuring renowned tournament lakes, Seminole, and Jordan, this DLC also brings with it some very large fish for you to capture, such as Largemouth Bass weighing from 16lb to Channel Catfish weighing up to 44lb. The addition of these large fish will surely lead to some more challenging moments with amazing rewards.

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Found in Georgia on the border of Florida, Lake Seminole features a climate that is perfect for Largemouth Bass to grow to huge sizes. The current record for one of these fish caught at this lake stands at 16lb 4Oz. To top this off, the lake boasts some fantastic scenery.

• Located in Georgia, on the border with Florida
• Climate is ideal for largemouth bass to grow huge with a current record of 16 lb 4oz.
• Specimen sized crappie and channel catfish in excess of 35 lb.
• 2000 acres in size
• Largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, spotted bass, channel catfish, bluegill, black crappie, white crappie, yellow perch
• 24 boss fish

A man-made reservoir, Lake Jordan is situated in Chatham County, North Carolina. A gorgeous landscape and setting doesn’t mean catching the biggest fish here is an easy task. With Channel Catfish weighing up to 44lb, you’d better bring your best gear.

• Situated in Chatham County, North Carolina
• 2000 acre man-made reservoir.
• Largemouth bass go to over 14 lbs
• Longnose gar in excess of 30 lb
• Channel catfish to a huge 44 lb
• Largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, spotted bass, channel catfish, bluegill, black crappie, white crappie, yellow perch

The Fishing Sim World: Pro Tour Tournament Bass Pack DLC releases for PCs and consoles on Thursday, September 5th, 2019 with a price in the U.K of £11.99.

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