Super Dynamite Fishing has a controversial title and premise, but it’s a fun and addictive game that has you playing the role of Redneck Joe. With a shotgun in one hand and sticks of dynamite in the other, among other weapons, your goal is to kill as many fish as possible, whether to fulfill your daily requirements or to complete your chosen quests. You’ll have chances to upgrade your boat, get new weapons, and kill dozens of fish in the sea, lakes, and rivers. And if you’re just getting started, we’ll set you off on the right foot with the following Super Dynamite Fishing cheats, tips and hints.
1. Keep Your Eyes On The Birds
You won’t be asked often to shoot birds as part of a quest, but you’ll want to use your shotgun to take them out anyway. These birds can be very pesky, as they’d swoop down on your boat to get as much of your catch as possible. Since these birds can thwart a quest by taking some of the fish you’re required to kill, always be on the lookout and take them out quickly with your shotgun – you’ll know they’re dead when you see a fried (or roast) chicken appearing where the birds used to be.
2. Always Make Sure You Have Enough Dynamite And Ammo
Before each fishing trip, take a trip to the weapons shop to load yourself up with more dynamite or more ammo for your shotgun. Running out of ammo in the middle of a fishing trip means you’ll have no choice but to stay as far away from the birds as possible, while running out of dynamite means you can’t kill more fish to load onto your boat.
3. Keep On Fishing Even If You’re Not On A Quest
Since you have daily payment goals to make, you shouldn’t treat non-quest fishing as casual fishing. That, after all, will earn you more money, and give you enough cash in reserve if you want to upgrade your boat. Which brings us to the next tip.
4. Upgrade Your Boat
Your entry-level boat can only hold so many fish, and that might pose problems if you hang on to it for too long. To that end, head over to the boat shop when you’ve got enough money, and upgrade your boats so you can store more fish. Higher-end boats also mean more space for weapons and special items such as fridges, which, when dropped, can slow the movement of the fish and make them easier to blast.
5. Go For Combo Kills
Combo kills are another way to earn money and finish quests faster, and we’d suggest doing this by keeping your boat steady when homing in on a large school of fish. Aim your dynamite at the center of this school of fish for best chances of killing as many as possible with one dynamite stick. Some creatures, such as turtles, for instance, take more than one small dynamite stick to kill, so keep that in mind when trying to go for a combo.