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Gameboy Advance Fishing Games

Most Nintendo Gameboy Advance (GBA) Fishing games were mediocre at best. However American Bass Challenge stands out as the best one on the system. Its an upgraded port of Super Black Bass on the Super Nintendo. Features better graphics, improved gameplay and some insane tournament action. It’s easier to hook up and catch fish in this version, which is a plus. It works perfectly as a handheld game. All the rest on the system I did not like at all. Not fun, boring and had a lot of issues. I was especially disappointed with Rapala Pro Fishing on Gameboy Advance since the Xbox and Playstation 2 versions were pretty good.


ESPN Great Outdoor Games: Bass 2002

ESPN Great Outdoor Games: Bass 2002 Gameboy Advance Screen Capture
Released: 2001
Developer: KCEO
Publisher: Konami
Number Of Players: One
Gameplay Style: Arcade, Catch Multi Fish Species
Format: Nintendo Game Card
Average Price: $5-$15
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American Bass Challenge

American Bass Challenge Screen Capture
Released: 2001
Developer: Star Fish
Publisher: UBI Soft
Number Of Players: One
Gameplay Style: Simulator, Bass Fishing
Format: Nintendo Game Card
Average Price: $2-$15
Video Gameplay:


Monster! Bass Fishing

Monster Bass Fishing Gameboy Advance Screen Capture
Released: 2002
Developer: Ignition Entertainment
Publisher: Ignition Entertainment
Number Of Players: One
Gameplay Style: Arcade, Bass Fishing
Format: Nintendo Game Card
Average Price: $4-$30
Video Gameplay:


Rapala Pro Fishing

Rapala Pro Fishing Gameboy Advance Screen Capture
Released: 2004
Developer: Torus Games
Publisher: Activision
Number Of Players: One
Gameplay Style: Tournaments, Arcade, Catch Multi Fish Species
Format: Nintendo Game Card
Also On: Xbox, Playstation 2, Windows PC
Average Price: $5-$11
Video Gameplay:


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