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The Sims 3 Walkthrough and Guide

by Mike Hazleton  

 
 
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The Sims 3 Guide - Sunset Valley

Collectibles - Fishing

There are a number of obvious fishing spots around Sunset Valley, these are Crystal Springs, Pinochle Pond, Recurve Strand, Summer Hill Springs, Sunnyside Strand, Stoney Falls and other locations such as the pond in Pleasant Rest Graveyard and Central Park.


Night fishing is a great way to catch rare fish and relax.

Experiment with bait and increase your Fishing skill to get more lucrative catches. Maximum prices for fish you catch are listed below:

Largemouth Bass: 33 Simoleons
Jumbo Largemouth Bass: 61 Simoleons
Blue Catfish: 49 Simoleons
Rainbow Trout: 87 Simoleons
Jumbo Blue Catfish: 124 Simoleons
Jumbo Rainbow Trout: 221 Simoleons
Golden Trout: 518 Simoleons

You can also catch other items however, i.e. ones that are not fish! As well as the Death Flower, Bubble Bath, Rubber Ducky, Laptop, MoodLite Candle, Guitar, Birthday Cakes, Flame Fruit, Money Tree Seeds and the Mysterious Mr. Gnome (more below) can all be fished out of the pools of Sunset Valley. You can sell your fish to Everfresh Delights Supermarket, eat them yourself, or put them in a tank in your house.