Bass Hunter 64 - In Fisherman Guides and Walkthroughs
In-Fisherman Bass Hunter 64 is a single-player fishing video game for the Nintendo 64 developed by GearHead Entertainment and published by Take-Two Interactive. It was the first Nintendo 64 fishing game outside Japan, following the region-exclusive Nushi Tsuri 64. It was released in North America on June 30, 1999, and in Europe on October 22, 1999.
Bass Hunter 64 is mainly a fishing tournament game with an optional "Fish for Fun" mode. The player can only play one portion of the first lake and can choose whether they will have a male or female character to fish with. They begin with four lures, two-line weights, a reel, rod, and a boat, the remaining items in the game must be purchased by winning points in the tournament mode. Once each tournament is beaten another area will be unlocked for the player to use in either Tournament or Fun mode. Before a tournament begins the player can choose to shop and use their points to buy new lures, reels, and boats.