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This is the first game in the Sega Bass Fishing series. For other games in the series see the Sega Bass Fishing category.

Box artwork for Sega Bass Fishing.
Sega Bass Fishing
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Sims, Sega-AM1
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(2001 disc-based release)
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System(s)Arcade, Dreamcast, Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii
Followed bySega Bass Fishing 2
SeriesSega Bass Fishing
Distributor(s)PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade, Steam
Release date(s)
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Genre(s)Arcade, Simulation
ModesSingle player
Rating(s)ESRB Everyone ELSPA Ages 3+
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ESRB Everyone PEGI Ages 3+ General CERO All ages
LinksSega Bass Fishing at PCGamingWikiSega Bass Fishing ChannelSearchSearch

Sega Bass Fishing, known as GetBass in the original arcade and subsequent Japanese releases, is an arcade fishing video game developed in 1997 by Sega for the Sega Model 3 hardware. The game has since been ported to the Dreamcast, Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii.

The game is an arcade fishing simulator where players attempt to hook and reel in fish with different lures. Consisting of four stages at different times of the day, the player is expected to catch a certain weight of fish within a time limit before moving onto the next stage. The final stage allows only for one fish to be captured, but are among the largest in the game and most difficult to catch. Fish are measured under four weight classes: Small One, Average, Big One, and Huge.

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