Stocking Pond

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User Info: Princemon

Princemon
7 years ago#1

I have a pond stocked with death fish, what happens if you stock a pond multiple times with the same fish?

will it be meaningless or will it ,ake it easier to catch it.

User Info: angel0886

angel0886
7 years ago#2
What happens when you stock a real pond with multiples of the same fish?

Think about it.
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User Info: the_mighty_ankh

the_mighty_ankh
7 years ago#3
Princemon asks a good question. Does stocking a pond with something it's already stocked with make there be more of it? It seems like it would, but it's a video game, not real life.
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User Info: Freelance_Wolf

Freelance_Wolf
7 years ago#4
Once you stock the pond you can fish that fish indefinitely so I don't see any reason to stock the pond again with the same fish. That'd just be a waste. What -could- happen (I have never tested it ( is that you get another spot in the pond for the same fish but that'd be a waste of a spot when you could use other fish instead.
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User Info: angel0886

angel0886
7 years ago#5
Sigh.

If you stock the pond multiple times it becomes an active fishing spot and you get fish jumping.

If you have more than one kind of fish in there, the one you have more of is going to be more likely to be caught. Jesus people. This stuff is written in the FAQs.
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User Info: Princemon

Princemon
7 years ago#6

thanks. where are the FAQs anyways?

User Info: Died Again

Died Again
7 years ago#7

From: Princemon | #001
thanks. where are the FAQs anyways?


If you were posting from Gamefaqs, they would have jumped off the page and bitten you. Gamestop, not so much.
http://www.gamefaqs.com/computer/doswin/game/936498.html

Although I prefer these ones.
http://www.modthesims.info/wiki.php?title=Game_Help:TS3_Gameplay_Guides

User Info: Died Again

Died Again
7 years ago#8
I mean Gamespot. I always mix those up.

User Info: Neonivek

Neonivek
7 years ago#9
Odd think is... Stocking ponds superscedes any requirements that would normally be there for the first in terms of "Time of day"

User Info: chill 02

chill 02
7 years ago#10
thanks. where are the FAQs anyways?

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