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Nintendo DS Touch Screen utilizes the features of the DS to add a new element of fun to the game as you use the stylus based reel controls. Rumble Feature brings even more realism and fun as you can feel the action in the palm of your hands. There are over 500 fish from a slew of different bass species Tilapia and Pike and Muskie With over 24 different lure types you must find the best option to reel in that fish.

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#55 lowest rated DS sports game (#857 on DS, #16008 overall)

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40% of 5 total votes

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#12 easiest DS sports game (#217 on DS, #2311 overall)

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#30 longest DS sports game (#514 on DS, #9937 overall)

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