These are just like the tournaments, only no need for reputation points. Also unlike the tournaments, to win you must place at the top after all five lakes. You don”t need to place first in all of these tournaments to win the achievement, but first place gives you $50 so it will help towards to $2000 earned achievement.
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Lake Amistad – 5 Largest Stripped Bass
The docks in the invitationals are in different places than in the career tournaments so underneath the bridge is no longer the spot to go. From where you start, head out of the bay and take a left. Continue south to the first big bay on the left and in the channel right off the main part of the lake is a huge school of Striped Bass. I used a drop shot worm here.
Lake Fork – 5 Largest Largemouth Bass
The closest place I found was a little bay directly south-west of the starting dock. There are plenty of largemouth bass in this little bay. I used a tube bait here.
Lake Onieda – 5 Largest Smallmouth Bass
The best place I could find was clear on the opposite side of the lake to the west. Past the first bridge, on the north shore is a dock, and I was fishing to the right of it. I used a tube bait here as well.
Lake Champlain – 5 Largest Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass
This one can be a little tricky. Obviously you want to catch largemouth, but big ones are a little hard to come by. I found a little bay next to a small light house right north of where you start. I used a drop shot worm here.
Table Rock Lake – 5 Largest Kentucky Bass
The spot I used in the final invitational was the exact same spot as in the tournament. The last bay to the west on the south shore. For some reason, the Kentucky Bass really love this bay.
BPS Invitational ChallengeComplete all 5 Bass Pro Shops invitational tournaments
You also win a new boat.
*note – if you ever hook a legendary fish and lose it, you may need to leave the lake and come back again.
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Lake Amistad – No Legendary Fish
Lake Ouachita – “The Monster” – Striped Bass
My Catch – 62lbs
The Monster is located on the far west edge of the map, on the north section that continues on into where the river meets the lake almost as far as you can go. At the end you should see on your fish finder a large looking icon of a fish. There is a school of striped bass and also catfish here. Cast towards to back past the catfish to catch this fish.
Lake Fork – Casper – White Crappie
My Catch – 5.8lbs
Casper is located almost as far away from the starting point as you can go. Head south until you can turn right and head north again. Start heading north-west and turn into the channel that goes to the northern most point of the lake. Down this long channel is a little peninsula on the west bank almost all the way to the north. Just south east of this bank is a school of white crappie”s. Just keep catching them and eventually you will catch Casper.
Lake Wylie – Leviathan or Levi – Catfish
My catch – 40lbs
In the southeast corner of the lake, behind a tiny island. You can see it on the map by the perpendicular corner. If you come at it from the north side, fish straight ahead towards the middle pillar. Just keep reeling in catfish and eventually you will catch Levi. This thing is a monster, and you can easily see it”s the largest and darkest of the catfish.
Lake Guntersville – Hubs – Black Crappie
My Catch – 6.0lbs
Go straight south from the dock, down the narrow of the two fingers, on the east side of the bridges. Towards the end, the shore on the east juts out a little. Right off this is where Hubs can be found.
Lake Champlain – Wally – Walleye
My Catch – 22lbs
To the north of the starting point, on the east side of the bridges is a narrow inlet that opens into a bay that comes back around to the south. At the entrance to this bay, south of the narrow inlet is where you will find Wally. I used a jerkbait to weed out all the small ones, then a drop shot worm on Wally. He will stick out from the others because of his orange and brown tint.
Lake Oneida – Striker – Northern Pike
My Catch – 50lbs
Travel all the way to the east of the lake and head to the south shore. A ways west you will find some docks on shore. I found Striker right off the middle dock. I used a jerkbait to catch him.
Lake Oneida – Goliath – Muskie
My Catch – 35 lbs
This guy was very difficult for me to catch. To the east of Striker before the concrete wall, fish about 5 boat lengths out into the water. The muskie are kind of hard to come by, but they will be there eventually. Keep catching them and he will soon follow. He stands out from the rest because of the scars he has on his sides.
Lake Pickwick – The Captain – Smallmouth Bass
My Catch – 8lbs
Head to the damn on the west side and follow the north bank east. In the third bay, head north and immediately turn right into the smaller bay inside. There should be a school of smallmouth bass as well as The Captain.
Lake Toho – The Mouth – Largemouth Bass
My Catch – 22lbs
Head south, then all the way to the east. In the little bay at the end, on the northern side is The Mouth. Hes larger and much darker than the other Largemouth here.
Table Rock Lake – Tucky Blue – Kentucky Spotted Bass
My Catch – 9lbs
Go all the way to the east. At the end there is a school of Kentucky Spotted Bass. If you keep catching them you will eventually catch Tucky Blue.
Legendary AnglerCatch all 10 legendary fish
When I finally finished catching everything I needed to and finishing the tournaments and invitationals, and after buying the various equipment I wanted, I had $461.46. Depending on how many challenges you have done, or reward fish you have caught, you will definitely have a different total amount. The achievement comes with money earned, not money on you, so even if you spent some, it doesn”t affect the achievement.
This is one of the more time consuming sets of achievements so be prepared to do this for a few hours at least. So to finish off the last achievements, go to Challenges > 1 player > any of the casting contests. If you get perfects, this will get you around 20 dollars every 2 minutes or so. It”s a grind, but if you haven”t already, eventually you will get