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Nintendo Fishing Games

The Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) had two fishing games released for it. The Blue Marlin and The Black Bass. Both are iconic classic’s among older anglers and fishing game fans. I am pretty sure The Black Bass was one of the first tournament bass fishing games ever made. It had simple graphics and gear selection. The gameplay was still challenging and fun though. Even with 8-bit pixalated graphics it felt like real bass fishing lol. Even had a boat and different environments to fish. The Blue Marlin was similar to The Black Bass, but instead you are deep sea fishing. While driving a boat and trolling your lure around in hopes to catch the largest Marlin fish ever. They were both really good, but challenging to learn how to play. Once you give these games a little time you will notice even with simple graphics they are addicting.


The Blue Marlin

The Blue Marlin Nintendo Screen Capture
Released: 1991
Developer: Hot B
Publisher: Hot B
Number Of Players: One
Gameplay Style: Simulator, Tournaments, Catch Multi Fish Species, Deep Sea Fishing
Format: Cartridge
Average Price: $9-$75
Video Gameplay:


The Black Bass

The Black Bass Nintendo Screen Capture
Released: 1988
Developer: Hot B
Publisher: Hot B
Number Of Players: One
Gameplay Style: Simulator, Tournaments, Bass Fishing
Format: Cartridge
Average Price: $8-$290
Video Gameplay:


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