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How to reel in a fish

How do you reel in a fish without the line breaking? I seem to have no control over the reel! How do you reel out out? The whole game is lacking on instructions!

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  • ooroor Feb 06, 2009

    how to reel in fish?

  • Anonymous Apr 15, 2009

    Have no idea how to reel in the fish ,need better instructions

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To reel out push on Z on the nunchuk and continue to rotate nunchuk or push on B and Z

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