Over the last few months, Fishing Sim World has allowed the angler in us to head around the globe for multiple fishing opportunities. Today, those options increase again with the arrival of Lake Dylan in Fishing Sim World.
Available to purchase and download right now, the Fishing Sim World Lake Dylan content gives us the chance to head to Minnesota, with the cool calm waters of this massive 2000 acre lake giving up more than 11 different species of fish.
A variety of different environments ensure that Lake Dylan will push every angler’s skills to the limit, with you needing to work round jetties, cast from forest shorelines and target the waters laying around multiple houses and structures, all in order to land the biggest catch.
As has been the way with the previous Fishing Sim World lake additions – especially those found via the Quad Lake Pass – you’ll also be on the hunt for some proper trophy fish, with Bass and Northern Pike accompanied by Giant Muskie, Tiger Muskie and Longnose Gar; expect some of these beasts to come in weighing a fair old bit.
The Xbox Store will let you have the chance to test your skills with the Fishing Sim World Lake Dylan content that is now available on Xbox One. Push your rod in it’s direction and you’ll find a rather reasonable £8.99 price tag attached to the end.
Let us know if you decide to pick up this latest Fishing Sim World content. The comments section is below.
Located in Minnesota, Lake Dylan is over 2000 acres with 11 different species of fish to target and contrasting environments to explore. From docks and jetties around semi urban areas of the lake to agricultural and forest shorelines, trolling around the perimeter of this lake offers lots of variety. The main body of the lake shouldn’t be ignored either with significant depth changes in open water as well as islands with houses and structures to target. As well as containing trophy-sized bass to over 8lbs and Northern Pike in excess of 45lbs, this lake also contains giant Muskie, Tiger Muskie and Longnose Gar with the Muskie growing to a huge 53lbs. With such a vast lake and huge fish to target, your skills and the strength of your equipment is going to be tested to the limit!