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The Spring Fishing Tournament! Official Guide March 27 2018

The Spring Fishing Tournament!

It’s Spring and the Appaloosa River teeming with beautiful new fish! This time has got Marie equally enthused with going fishing as the weather is turning out to be exceptionally fine. They have their gear ready for the Spring Fishing Tournament and they are calling on all county folks to join the competition.

You, too, can compete by building the Fishing Tournament Shack and Tournament Fishing Spot in your farm. This is your chance to challenge other farmers to see who wins the top spot! You will also be trying to beat your own personal score while you are competing with them. Give it your best shot to win a baby Chocolate Aubrac Cow, Amber Shovel and trophies!

If you are level 15 or higher, the “The Spring Fishing Tournament!” popup will appear. Click on the “Place Building” button to begin the feature.

The first step to build the shack and fishing area is to collect all the materials you need.

The next step is to ask your friends for help or hire builders.

The finished Fishing Tournament Shack, which you can place anywhere in your farm, will look like this:

And the finished Tournament Fishing Spot, which is automatically placed in the river, will look like this:

See what you have to do in the tournament by clicking on the fishing area. The first thing to learn is about the types of fish that you can catch in the different parts of the river: Peacock Bass, Golden Mahseer, Mahi Mahi, and Roosterfish. When making a choice of which fish to catch, it is worth noting that each fish belongs to a different weight category.


Each part of the river must first be prepared before you can go fishing. To prepare the area, you’ll be using Groundbait. Click on the “Prep Area” button to proceed.

You can get Groundbait by crafting them. There are 3 Groundbaits that you can craft: Catch 3 Fish using Premium Groundbait, Catch 2 Fish using Special Groundbait, and Catch 1 Fish using Basic Groundbait.

If you are in need of materials for crafting, do not worry as there are easy ways to get them. For the bait, you can harvest fertilized water crops. While you can ask friends for help or buy the Wheat Germ, Strawberry Jelly Mix, and grow Alkanets.

The Groundbait will take some time to be made before you can use it. Take note that each fishing area differs in the amount of time it takes to craft the Groundbait.

While waiting, you can prepare another fishing area.

Once the Groundbait is crafted, you can proceed to fish by clicking on the “Go Fishing” button.

Tournament Point Scores

Since you used a Premium Groundbait, there are three fish that you caught. These fish will be weighed to get the total Tournament Point Scores.

To see how many Tournament Point Scores you have earned so far, check the meter on the lower left portion of the menu.

Keep earning points to get rewards when you reach specific milestones. The yellow bar will mark your progress.

Once you have collected 75 Tournament Point Scores, you are then qualified to join the Spring Fishing Tournament!

Spring Fishing Tournament

After getting 75 Tournament Point Scores, the Scoreboard will be added in the upper left portion of the menu. In here, you’ll see the top three players in the tournament. To see details, click on the “View More” button.

On the left side is the overall ranking of farmers in the tournament. The top three farmers at the end of the tournament will get rewards.

View your personal score on the right side of the Scoreboard. The list shows the points you’ve earned for each type of fish you caught in the tournament. Get the highest points for each fish to win rewards!


When you join the tournament, you’ll be rewarded with Ragworms.

You can use Ragworms to lure larger fish so you earn more tournament points.

Make use of the Ragworms wisely as they last for only 24 hours.

You can attract even larger fish by upgrading the Ragworms.

I bet you’re so ready to win the competition! So, go ahead, and take up the Spring Fishing tournament challenge!


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