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Rapala Tournament Fishing! (preowned)

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Catch monster trophy bass and hang on for the fight of your life. Rapala puts you in the middle of heart pounding fishing action as you compete in 20 tournaments on some of the world's most prestigious angling waters. Fill your live well with only the biggest and most sought after trophy fish including bass, pike, catfish, perch, salmon, trout and more. With Rapala Tournament Fishing, fishing like a pro is only a virtual cast away!

* Play the first fishing game for the Xbox 360 and you'll experience graphics so realistic that you'll think you're on the water!

* Xbox live marketplace content including a downloadable level, pictures, and more!

* Catch your favorite trophy - Over 20 types of the most sought-after game fish including bass, pike, catfish, perch, salmon, and trout.

* Compete in 20 tournaments – on over 500,000 acres of the top angling waters in the world!

* #1 fishing brand - Over 300 Rapala branded lures updated for the latest 2006 offerings, multiple selections of Rapala rods and fishing line, and helpful tips from Rapala's pro staff.

* The most authentic underwater environments with moving plantlife, depth of field and light effects modeled from the real thing. Incredible above and underwater environments accessible at any time by toggling between fisherman and lure.