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ID: com.mobirix.fishinghook

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    2.4.3

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The description of Fishing Hook


- If you pull the button, it gives the fish damage and brings fish to you.
- If you push striking pin with tension gauge, you can reduce the great distance between fish.
- If you release the challenge fish, you can catch stronger and more expensive challenge fish next time.
- You can enjoy playing the game without using data since it uses low capacity and it doesn't require network connection.
- Fishing Hook is a fishing game for you to enjoy the feelings of real fishing as it is.

Game Features
1. 16 multi languages support
2. Supports achievement and ranking
3. Supports tablet devices

★Caution★
Recently, Device Galaxy Note 5 Grace UX software was updated.
Also, we find out Data Save/Load system doesn't work properly from Fishing Hook.

If your Device is Galaxy Note 5, We know it is really inconvenient,but make sure you must deactivation the \"AUTOMATIC RESTORE\".
Please follow the options below, and then click OK to save your changes

1. Touch the \"Setting\"
2. Touch the \"Cloud and Accounts\"
3. Touch the \"Backup\"
4. Off the \"Automatic Restore\"


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    Sports
  • Get it on:

    Go Google Play com.mobirix.fishinghook
  • Requirements:

    Android 4.1+

Fishing Hook 2.4.3 APK for Android 4.1+

Version 2.4.3 for Android 4.1+
Update on 2021-11-25
Installs 50.000.000++
File size 58.527.706 bytes
Permissions view permissions
What's new Improved game system
Bug fixes

FAQs

  • How do you play the fishing hook game?
    In Fishing Hook game, the very first step you have to do is cast the fishing reel. Hold down the cast button and move it to center; don't release. Once you swipe it down, you will see a pointer at the top. You have to release the casting button when the pointer stops at the green point or blue point.
  • What part of a hook hooks the fish?
    “Point” is the sharp part of the hook that penetrates the flesh of the fish. ”Barb” is part of the point, a pointed part that goes the opposite way of the point and prevents the fish falling off the hook. “Eye” is at the other end of the hook and it is a loop which is used to tie a line to a hook.
  • How do hook sizes go?
    Fishing hook sizes are generally referred to by a number from the smallest (size 32) to the largest (size 19/0). For hook sizes from 32 to 1, the larger the number, the smaller the hook. For fish hook sizes from 1/0 (called a one aught) to 19/0, the larger the number the larger the hook.
  • What is a fishing hook called?
    Hook points are commonly referred to by these names: needle point, rolled-in, hollow, spear, beak, mini-barb, semi-dropped and knife edge. Some other hook point names are used for branding by manufacturers.
  • Which hook is best for fishing?
    10 Best Fishing Hooks for 2021 Reviewed
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    • Gamakatsu 05413 Baitholder Hooks. ...
    • Tokar Lancet Circle Non-Offset Fishing Hook. ...
    • VMC Corporation Inline Single Hook 1X Coastal Black.
  • What is hook used for?
    A hook is a tool consisting of a length of material, typically metal, that contains a portion that is curved or indented, such that it can be used to grab onto, connect, or otherwise attach itself onto another object.
  • Who invented fish hook?
    development of fishing tackle devised in the 1650s by Charles Kirby, who later invented the Kirby bend, a distinctive shape of hook with an offset point that is still in common use worldwide. Kirby and his fellow hook makers eventually established factories in Redditch about 1730.

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