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Gone Fishing Game

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  • Catch a fish as the board rotates.
  • Includes motorized game board, 15 fish, and 2 fishing poles.
  • Requires 2 AA batteries (not included).
  • For 2 players, ages 4 and up.
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Product Description

Catch a fish and test your skill while the board rotates in this fun family game!

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.2 x 2.1 x 10.4 inches ; 12.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B004BQL5XK
  • Item model number: 6061
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #220,221 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Edward R. Lehane on January 5, 2015
To all the parents of small kids out there and any adult fans of these kinds of games, please stay away from this cheap, chinese manufactured garbage from Cardinal Games. My girls received one of their Gone Fishin' games as a Christmas gift this year, and after playing the game twice in the week following Christmas, the cheap plastic fishing poles that came with it broke. Without those, the game is useless. I know kids can be rough on things, and a game made for kids should be built with that in mind, but I emailed the company asking if I could BUY a replacement. They didn't even have the courtesy to reply. I tried again, same result. Any decent company would be more than happy to send me a couple replacements for free, but these guys couldn't even be bothered to reply to my email, let alone SELL me replacements. Such a waste. As parents, we all spend our hard earned money on our children, and we expect value for that money, not cheap crap that breaks after 1 or 2 uses. I don't want my girls learning that everything in this world is disposable. Play with it once or twice and then into the landfill it goes. I want them to see the value in quality craftsmanship. Please avoid any Cardinal Industries products, you will be disappointed.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By am on April 21, 2011
The pole lost it's hook after playing with it 2 times and we only have one pole that works now. Extra poles should be provided.
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My than 23 months old daughter spotted this game in action on display at TrU and would not leave the store without it. So I got it for $10 thinking I'll hide it till she is little older. We played at home all together including her dad, then to the closet it went. Not for long though.. After couple of months she yelled "fish!" while we were reorganizing her closet. Ok, she is learning colors now, so I gave it to her. Yes, it's almost impossible for her age to catch this fish with the fishing pole and the tiny hook part actually comes off pretty easy. For this reason I did hide away the fishing poles. Now she manages to catch fish by inserting her index finger into fish mouth and it works for her. She then sorts fish by color, names the colors, tries counting or just puts them to "fry" or to "sleep" :) Parts are not really small enough to be swallowed, except for maybe tiny paper sticker eyes.. Yes, game is cheaply made but for the price I don't complain. And for many days already it's been the one toy she spends most of her time.
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By yogz on December 26, 2011
Not sure if i got a bad one, but it wasn't working out of the box. I had to take it apart and reattach a spring. It worked again for about a minute until my daughter hooked the turn table with the fishing pole. It rose up slightly then came out of contact with the motor that turns it. It's not hard to get it aligned again, but it is also very easy for it to misalign again. The hook on the pole is also a seperate piece, so it will occasionally come off. This is an item that I would spend the extra money to get one that will work at least until my children get board of it. In the end I returned this product.
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By JACKIE GEORGE on December 26, 2012
Very disappointing. Very cheaply made. Only two fishing poles one of which was broke. Very hard for even a 4 year old to hook the fish with the skimpy hook on the end of very cheap plastic. Needs batteries. After shopping for Xmas there should be some standards for toys. Most things are a ripoff. Come on Canada lets stop importing junk selling it for a big price and ripping off our kids.
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By a reader on February 15, 2013
I remember playing a game like this as a child. However, this one is very poorly made. The tips on the pole easily come off and after 2 uses one of the tips broke off completely leaving us with one pole. I emailed the company and received no response. Very disappointed. I did give a 2 star because we have used our fingers or took turns with the 1 pole for 30 seconds each.
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By kara on December 26, 2013
Much like other reviews, our poles broke at first use. I remember as a kid there was a little ball on the end of a string. That made it a little tougher, but at least it held up for years, not minutes. I'll be constructing my own poles now
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By C. Smith on January 13, 2011
When my 5 year old daughter received this as a gift I was very excited because my 2 year old LOVES the mini wind up let's go fishing game. The first annoying thing was the need for batteries, this very easily could have been made into a wind up game. The second thing was there are only 2 poles, and finally these fish aren't magnetic. there are little hooks on the end of the pole that you have to hook on the inside of the fishes mouth. They can then very easily fall off.

Yes, I can play the game and hook the fish, but my daughters have more trouble, and my 2 year old (well not technically in the age range recommended) cannot play this game while she adores playing the one with the magnetic fish. So if you are considering getting this game I would suggest getting the let's go fishing game instead.
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