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All Fish Prices & Location List

* N...Northern Hemisphere / S…Southern Hemisphere

All Fish List

NameShadowSell PriceAreaTime
01 No. 1BitterlingBitterling
(Very Common)

SmallSmall

900RiverN: Nov ~ Mar
S: May ~ Sept
All Day
02 No. 2Pale chubPale chub
(Very Common)

Very SmallVery Small

200RiverN: All Year
S: All Year
9am ~ 4pm
03 No. 3Crucian carpCrucian carp
(Very Common)

SmallSmall

160RiverN: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
04 No. 4DaceDace
(Very Common)

MediumMedium

240RiverN: All Year
S: All Year
4pm ~ 9am
05 No. 5CarpCarp
(Common)

LargeLarge

300PondN: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
06 No. 6KoiKoi
(Uncommon)

LargeLarge

4000PondN: All Year
S: All Year
4pm ~ 9am
07 No. 7GoldfishGoldfish
(Common)

Very SmallVery Small

1300PondN: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
08 No. 8Pop-eyed goldfishPop-eyed goldfish
(Common)

Very SmallVery Small

1300PondN: All Year
S: All Year
9am ~ 4pm
09 No. 9Ranchu goldfishRanchu goldfish
(Uncommon)

SmallSmall

4500PondN: All Year
S: All Year
9am ~ 4pm
10 No. 10KillifishKillifish
(Common)

Very SmallVery Small

300PondN: Apr ~ Aug
S: Oct ~ Feb
All Day
11 No. 11CrawfishCrawfish
(Very Common)

SmallSmall

200PondN: Apr ~ Sept
S: Oct ~ Mar
All Day
12 No. 12Soft-shelled turtleSoft-shelled turtle
(Common)

LargeLarge

3750RiverN: Aug ~ Sept
S: Feb ~ Mar
4pm ~ 9am
13 No. 13Snapping turtleSnapping turtle
(Uncommon)

LargeLarge

5000RiverN: Apr ~ Oct
S: Oct ~ Apr
9pm ~ 4am
14 No. 14TadpoleTadpole
(Common)

Very SmallVery Small

100PondN: Mar ~ July
S: Sept ~ Jan
All Day
15 No. 15FrogFrog
(Common)

SmallSmall

120PondN: May ~ Aug
S: Nov ~ Feb
All Day
16 No. 16Freshwater gobyFreshwater goby
(Common)

SmallSmall

400RiverN: All Year
S: All Year
4pm ~ 9am
17 No. 17LoachLoach
(Very Common)

SmallSmall

400RiverN: Mar ~ May
S: Sept ~ Nov
All Day
18 No. 18CatfishCatfish
(Common)

LargeLarge

800PondN: May ~ Oct
S: Nov ~ Apr
4pm ~ 9am
19 No. 19Giant snakeheadGiant snakehead
(Rare)

LargeLarge

5500PondN: June ~ Aug
S: Dec ~ Feb
9am ~ 4pm
20 No. 20BluegillBluegill
(Very Common)

SmallSmall

180RiverN: All Year
S: All Year
9am ~ 4pm
21 No. 21Yellow perchYellow perch
(Very Common)

MediumMedium

300RiverN: Oct ~ Mar
S: Apr ~ Sept
All Day
22 No. 22Black bassBlack bass
(Very Common)

LargeLarge

400RiverN: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
23 No. 23TilapiaTilapia
(Common)

MediumMedium

800RiverN: June ~ Oct
S: Dec ~ Apr
All Day
24 No. 24PikePike
(Uncommon)

LargeLarge

1800RiverN: Sept ~ Dec
S: Mar ~ June
All Day
25 No. 25Pond smeltPond smelt
(Very Common)

Very SmallVery Small

400RiverN: Dec ~ Feb
S: June ~ Aug
All Day
26 No. 26SweetfishSweetfish
(Common)

MediumMedium

900RiverN: July ~ Sept
S: Jan ~ Mar
All Day
27 No. 27Cherry salmonCherry salmon
(Uncommon)

MediumMedium

1000River
(Clifftop)
N: Mar ~ June, Sept ~ Nov
S: Sept ~ Dec, Mar ~ May
4pm ~ 9am
28 No. 28CharChar
(Uncommon)

MediumMedium

3800River
(Clifftop)
N: Mar ~ June, Sept ~ Nov
S: Mar ~ May, Sept ~ Dec
4pm ~ 9am
29 No. 29Golden troutGolden trout
(Rare)

MediumMedium

15000River
(Clifftop)
N: Mar ~ May, Sept ~ Nov
S: Mar ~ May, Sept ~ Nov
4pm ~ 9am
30 No. 30String fishString fish
(Rare)

HugeHuge

15000River
(Clifftop)
N: Dec ~ Mar
S: June ~ Sept
4pm ~ 9am
31 No. 31SalmonSalmon
(Common)

LargeLarge

700River
(Mouth)
N: Sept
S: Mar
All Day
32 No. 32King salmonKing salmon
(Common)

LargeLarge

1800River
(Mouth)
N: Sept
S: Mar
All Day
33 No. 33Mitten crabMitten crab
(Uncommon)

SmallSmall

2000RiverN: Sept ~ Nov
S: Mar ~ May
4pm ~ 9am
34 No. 34GuppyGuppy
(Common)

Very SmallVery Small

1300RiverN: Apr ~ Nov
S: Oct ~ May
9am ~ 4pm
35 No. 35Nibble fishNibble fish
(Common)

Very SmallVery Small

1500RiverN: May ~ Sept
S: Nov ~ Mar
9am ~ 4pm
36 No. 36AngelfishAngelfish
(Uncommon)

SmallSmall

3000RiverN: May ~ Oct
S: Nov ~ Apr
4pm ~ 9am
37 No. 37BettaBetta
(Rare)

SmallSmall

2500RiverN: May ~ Oct
S: Nov ~ Apr
9am ~ 4pm
38 No. 38Neon tetraNeon tetra
(Common)

Very SmallVery Small

500RiverN: Apr ~ Nov
S: Oct ~ May
9am ~ 4pm
39 No. 39RainbowfishRainbowfish
(Common)

Very SmallVery Small

800RiverN: May ~ Oct
S: Nov ~ Apr
9am ~ 4pm
40 No. 40PiranhaPiranha
(Common)

SmallSmall

2500RiverN: June ~ Sept
S: Dec ~ Mar
9am ~ 4pm, 9pm ~ 4am
41 No. 41ArowanaArowana
(Uncommon)

LargeLarge

10000RiverN: June ~ Sept
S: Dec ~ Mar
4pm ~ 9am
42 No. 42DoradoDorado
(Rare)

LargeLarge

15000RiverN: June ~ Sept
S: Dec ~ Mar
4am ~ 9pm
43 No. 43GarGar
(Rare)

HugeHuge

6000PondN: June ~ Sept
S: Dec ~ Mar
4pm ~ 9am
44 No. 44ArapaimaArapaima
(Uncommon)

HugeHuge

10000RiverN: June ~ Sept
S: Dec ~ Mar
4pm ~ 9am
45 No. 45Saddled bichirSaddled bichir
(Uncommon)

LargeLarge

4000RiverN: June ~ Sept
S: Dec ~ Mar
9pm ~ 4am
46 No. 46SturgeonSturgeon
(Uncommon)

HugeHuge

10000River
(Mouth)
N: Sept ~ Mar
S: Mar ~ Sept
All Day
47 No. 47Sea butterflySea butterfly
(Common)

Very SmallVery Small

1000SeaN: Dec ~ Mar
S: Jun ~ Sept
All Day
48 No. 48Sea horseSea horse
(Uncommon)

Very SmallVery Small

1100SeaN: Apr ~ Nov
S: Oct ~ May
All Day
49 No. 49Clown fishClown fish
(Common)

Very SmallVery Small

650SeaN: Apr ~ Sept
S: Oct ~ May
All Day
50 No. 50SurgeonfishSurgeonfish
(Uncommon)

SmallSmall

1000SeaN: Apr ~ Sept
S: Oct ~ Mar
All Day
51 No. 51Butterfly FishButterfly Fish
(Common)

SmallSmall

1000SeaN: Apr ~ Sept
S: Oct ~ May
All Day
52 No. 52NapoleonfishNapoleonfish
(Uncommon)

HugeHuge

10000SeaN: July ~ Aug
S: Jan ~ Feb
4am ~ 9pm
53 No. 53Zebra turkeyfishZebra turkeyfish
(Common)

MediumMedium

500SeaN: Apr ~ Nov
S: Oct ~ May
All Day
54 No. 54BlowfishBlowfish
(Uncommon)

MediumMedium

5000SeaN: Nov ~ Feb
S: May ~ Aug
9pm ~ 4am
55 No. 55Puffer fishPuffer fish
(Very Common)

MediumMedium

250SeaN: July ~ Sept
S: Jan ~ Mar
All Day
56 No. 56AnchovyAnchovy
(Common)

SmallSmall

200SeaN: All Year
S: All Year
4am ~ 9pm
57 No. 57Horse mackerelHorse mackerel
(Very Common)

SmallSmall

150SeaN: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
58 No. 58Barred knifejawBarred knifejaw
(Common)

MediumMedium

5000SeaN: Mar ~ Nov
S: Sept ~ May
All Day
59 No. 59Sea bassSea bass
(Very Common)

LargeLarge

400SeaN: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
60 No. 60Red SnapperRed Snapper
(Common)

LargeLarge

3000SeaN: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
61 No. 61DabDab
(Very Common)

MediumMedium

300SeaN: Oct ~ Apr
S: Apr ~ Oct
All Day
62 No. 62Olive flounderOlive flounder
(Very Common)

LargeLarge

800SeaN: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
63 No. 63SquidSquid
(Common)

MediumMedium

500SeaN: Dec ~ Aug
S: June ~ Feb
All Day
64 No. 64Moray eelMoray eel
(Common)

Long & ThinLong & Thin

2000SeaN: Aug ~ Oct
S: Feb ~ Apr
All Day
65 No. 65Ribbon eelRibbon eel
(Common)

Long & ThinLong & Thin

600SeaN: June ~ Oct
S: Dec ~ Apr
All Day
66 No. 66TunaTuna
(Rare)

HugeHuge

7000PierN: Nov ~ Apr
S: May ~ Oct
All Day
67 No. 67Blue marlinBlue marlin
(Rare)

HugeHuge

10000PierN: July ~ Sept, Nov ~ Apr
S: Jan ~ Mar, May ~ Oct
All Day
68 No. 68Giant trevallyGiant trevally
(Rare)

LargeLarge

4500PierN: May ~ Oct
S: Nov ~ Apr
All Day
69 No. 69Mahi-mahiMahi-mahi
(Rare)

HugeHuge

6000PierN: May ~ Oct
S: Nov ~ Apr
All Day
70 No. 70Ocean sunfishOcean sunfish
(Rare)

FinnedFinned

4000SeaN: July ~ Sept
S: Jan ~ Mar
4am ~ 9pm
71 No. 71RayRay
(Uncommon)

LargeLarge

3000SeaN: Aug ~ Nov
S: Feb ~ May
4am ~ 9pm
72 No. 72Saw SharkSaw Shark
(Uncommon)

FinnedFinned

12000SeaN: June ~ Sept
S: Dec ~ Mar
4pm ~ 9am
73 No. 73Hammerhead sharkHammerhead shark
(Uncommon)

FinnedFinned

8000SeaN: June ~ Sept
S: Dec ~ Mar
4pm ~ 9am
74 No. 74Great white sharkGreat white shark
(Uncommon)

FinnedFinned

15000SeaN: June ~ Sept
S: Dec ~ Mar
4pm ~ 9am
75 No. 75Whale sharkWhale shark
(Uncommon)

FinnedFinned

13000SeaN: June ~ Sept
S: Dec ~ Mar
All Day
76 No. 76SuckerfishSuckerfish
(Uncommon)

FinnedFinned

1500SeaN: June ~ Sept
S: Dec ~ Mar
All Day
77 No. 77Football fishFootball fish
(Uncommon)

LargeLarge

2500SeaN: Nov ~ Mar
S: May ~ Sept
4pm - 9am
78 No. 78OarfishOarfish
(Uncommon)

HugeHuge

9000SeaN: Dec ~ May
S: June ~ Nov
All Day
79 No. 79BarreleyeBarreleye
(Rare)

SmallSmall

15000SeaN: All Year
S: All Year
9pm ~ 4am
80 No. 80CoelacanthCoelacanth
(Uncommon)

HugeHuge

15000SeaN: All Year
S: All Year
All Day

List Of River Fish

* N...Northern Hemisphere / S…Southern Hemisphere

River Fish Database

NameShadowSell PriceTime
01 No. 1BitterlingBitterling
(Very Common)

SmallSmall

900N: Nov ~ Mar
S: May ~ Sept
All Day
02 No. 2Pale chubPale chub
(Very Common)

Very SmallVery Small

200N: All Year
S: All Year
9am ~ 4pm
03 No. 3Crucian carpCrucian carp
(Very Common)

SmallSmall

160N: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
04 No. 4DaceDace
(Very Common)

MediumMedium

240N: All Year
S: All Year
4pm ~ 9am
12 No. 12Soft-shelled turtleSoft-shelled turtle
(Common)

LargeLarge

3750N: Aug ~ Sept
S: Feb ~ Mar
4pm ~ 9am
13 No. 13Snapping turtleSnapping turtle
(Uncommon)

LargeLarge

5000N: Apr ~ Oct
S: Oct ~ Apr
9pm ~ 4am
16 No. 16Freshwater gobyFreshwater goby
(Common)

SmallSmall

400N: All Year
S: All Year
4pm ~ 9am
17 No. 17LoachLoach
(Very Common)

SmallSmall

400N: Mar ~ May
S: Sept ~ Nov
All Day
20 No. 20BluegillBluegill
(Very Common)

SmallSmall

180N: All Year
S: All Year
9am ~ 4pm
21 No. 21Yellow perchYellow perch
(Very Common)

MediumMedium

300N: Oct ~ Mar
S: Apr ~ Sept
All Day
22 No. 22Black bassBlack bass
(Very Common)

LargeLarge

400N: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
23 No. 23TilapiaTilapia
(Common)

MediumMedium

800N: June ~ Oct
S: Dec ~ Apr
All Day
24 No. 24PikePike
(Uncommon)

LargeLarge

1800N: Sept ~ Dec
S: Mar ~ June
All Day
25 No. 25Pond smeltPond smelt
(Very Common)

Very SmallVery Small

400N: Dec ~ Feb
S: June ~ Aug
All Day
26 No. 26SweetfishSweetfish
(Common)

MediumMedium

900N: July ~ Sept
S: Jan ~ Mar
All Day
33 No. 33Mitten crabMitten crab
(Uncommon)

SmallSmall

2000N: Sept ~ Nov
S: Mar ~ May
4pm ~ 9am
34 No. 34GuppyGuppy
(Common)

Very SmallVery Small

1300N: Apr ~ Nov
S: Oct ~ May
9am ~ 4pm
35 No. 35Nibble fishNibble fish
(Common)

Very SmallVery Small

1500N: May ~ Sept
S: Nov ~ Mar
9am ~ 4pm
36 No. 36AngelfishAngelfish
(Uncommon)

SmallSmall

3000N: May ~ Oct
S: Nov ~ Apr
4pm ~ 9am
37 No. 37BettaBetta
(Rare)

SmallSmall

2500N: May ~ Oct
S: Nov ~ Apr
9am ~ 4pm
38 No. 38Neon tetraNeon tetra
(Common)

Very SmallVery Small

500N: Apr ~ Nov
S: Oct ~ May
9am ~ 4pm
39 No. 39RainbowfishRainbowfish
(Common)

Very SmallVery Small

800N: May ~ Oct
S: Nov ~ Apr
9am ~ 4pm
40 No. 40PiranhaPiranha
(Common)

SmallSmall

2500N: June ~ Sept
S: Dec ~ Mar
9am ~ 4pm, 9pm ~ 4am
41 No. 41ArowanaArowana
(Uncommon)

LargeLarge

10000N: June ~ Sept
S: Dec ~ Mar
4pm ~ 9am
42 No. 42DoradoDorado
(Rare)

LargeLarge

15000N: June ~ Sept
S: Dec ~ Mar
4am ~ 9pm
44 No. 44ArapaimaArapaima
(Uncommon)

HugeHuge

10000N: June ~ Sept
S: Dec ~ Mar
4pm ~ 9am
45 No. 45Saddled bichirSaddled bichir
(Uncommon)

LargeLarge

4000N: June ~ Sept
S: Dec ~ Mar
9pm ~ 4am

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List Of Sea Fish

* N...Northern Hemisphere / S…Southern Hemisphere

Sea Fish Database

NameShadowSell PriceTime
47 No. 47Sea butterflySea butterfly
(Common)

Very SmallVery Small

1000N: Dec ~ Mar
S: Jun ~ Sept
All Day
48 No. 48Sea horseSea horse
(Uncommon)

Very SmallVery Small

1100N: Apr ~ Nov
S: Oct ~ May
All Day
49 No. 49Clown fishClown fish
(Common)

Very SmallVery Small

650N: Apr ~ Sept
S: Oct ~ May
All Day
50 No. 50SurgeonfishSurgeonfish
(Uncommon)

SmallSmall

1000N: Apr ~ Sept
S: Oct ~ Mar
All Day
51 No. 51Butterfly FishButterfly Fish
(Common)

SmallSmall

1000N: Apr ~ Sept
S: Oct ~ May
All Day
52 No. 52NapoleonfishNapoleonfish
(Uncommon)

HugeHuge

10000N: July ~ Aug
S: Jan ~ Feb
4am ~ 9pm
53 No. 53Zebra turkeyfishZebra turkeyfish
(Common)

MediumMedium

500N: Apr ~ Nov
S: Oct ~ May
All Day
54 No. 54BlowfishBlowfish
(Uncommon)

MediumMedium

5000N: Nov ~ Feb
S: May ~ Aug
9pm ~ 4am
55 No. 55Puffer fishPuffer fish
(Very Common)

MediumMedium

250N: July ~ Sept
S: Jan ~ Mar
All Day
56 No. 56AnchovyAnchovy
(Common)

SmallSmall

200N: All Year
S: All Year
4am ~ 9pm
57 No. 57Horse mackerelHorse mackerel
(Very Common)

SmallSmall

150N: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
58 No. 58Barred knifejawBarred knifejaw
(Common)

MediumMedium

5000N: Mar ~ Nov
S: Sept ~ May
All Day
59 No. 59Sea bassSea bass
(Very Common)

LargeLarge

400N: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
60 No. 60Red SnapperRed Snapper
(Common)

LargeLarge

3000N: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
61 No. 61DabDab
(Very Common)

MediumMedium

300N: Oct ~ Apr
S: Apr ~ Oct
All Day
62 No. 62Olive flounderOlive flounder
(Very Common)

LargeLarge

800N: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
63 No. 63SquidSquid
(Common)

MediumMedium

500N: Dec ~ Aug
S: June ~ Feb
All Day
64 No. 64Moray eelMoray eel
(Common)

Long & ThinLong & Thin

2000N: Aug ~ Oct
S: Feb ~ Apr
All Day
65 No. 65Ribbon eelRibbon eel
(Common)

Long & ThinLong & Thin

600N: June ~ Oct
S: Dec ~ Apr
All Day
70 No. 70Ocean sunfishOcean sunfish
(Rare)

FinnedFinned

4000N: July ~ Sept
S: Jan ~ Mar
4am ~ 9pm
71 No. 71RayRay
(Uncommon)

LargeLarge

3000N: Aug ~ Nov
S: Feb ~ May
4am ~ 9pm
72 No. 72Saw SharkSaw Shark
(Uncommon)

FinnedFinned

12000N: June ~ Sept
S: Dec ~ Mar
4pm ~ 9am
73 No. 73Hammerhead sharkHammerhead shark
(Uncommon)

FinnedFinned

8000N: June ~ Sept
S: Dec ~ Mar
4pm ~ 9am
74 No. 74Great white sharkGreat white shark
(Uncommon)

FinnedFinned

15000N: June ~ Sept
S: Dec ~ Mar
4pm ~ 9am
75 No. 75Whale sharkWhale shark
(Uncommon)

FinnedFinned

13000N: June ~ Sept
S: Dec ~ Mar
All Day
76 No. 76SuckerfishSuckerfish
(Uncommon)

FinnedFinned

1500N: June ~ Sept
S: Dec ~ Mar
All Day
77 No. 77Football fishFootball fish
(Uncommon)

LargeLarge

2500N: Nov ~ Mar
S: May ~ Sept
4pm - 9am
78 No. 78OarfishOarfish
(Uncommon)

HugeHuge

9000N: Dec ~ May
S: June ~ Nov
All Day
79 No. 79BarreleyeBarreleye
(Rare)

SmallSmall

15000N: All Year
S: All Year
9pm ~ 4am
80 No. 80CoelacanthCoelacanth
(Uncommon)

HugeHuge

15000N: All Year
S: All Year
All Day

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List Of Pond Fish

* N...Northern Hemisphere / S…Southern Hemisphere

Pond Fish Database

NameShadowSell PriceTime
05 No. 5CarpCarp
(Common)

LargeLarge

300N: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
06 No. 6KoiKoi
(Uncommon)

LargeLarge

4000N: All Year
S: All Year
4pm ~ 9am
07 No. 7GoldfishGoldfish
(Common)

Very SmallVery Small

1300N: All Year
S: All Year
All Day
08 No. 8Pop-eyed goldfishPop-eyed goldfish
(Common)

Very SmallVery Small

1300N: All Year
S: All Year
9am ~ 4pm
09 No. 9Ranchu goldfishRanchu goldfish
(Uncommon)

SmallSmall

4500N: All Year
S: All Year
9am ~ 4pm
10 No. 10KillifishKillifish
(Common)

Very SmallVery Small

300N: Apr ~ Aug
S: Oct ~ Feb
All Day
11 No. 11CrawfishCrawfish
(Very Common)

SmallSmall

200N: Apr ~ Sept
S: Oct ~ Mar
All Day
14 No. 14TadpoleTadpole
(Common)

Very SmallVery Small

100N: Mar ~ July
S: Sept ~ Jan
All Day
15 No. 15FrogFrog
(Common)

SmallSmall

120N: May ~ Aug
S: Nov ~ Feb
All Day
18 No. 18CatfishCatfish
(Common)

LargeLarge

800N: May ~ Oct
S: Nov ~ Apr
4pm ~ 9am
19 No. 19Giant snakeheadGiant snakehead
(Rare)

LargeLarge

5500N: June ~ Aug
S: Dec ~ Feb
9am ~ 4pm
43 No. 43GarGar
(Rare)

HugeHuge

6000N: June ~ Sept
S: Dec ~ Mar
4pm ~ 9am

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List Of Rivermouth Fish

* N...Northern Hemisphere / S…Southern Hemisphere

Rivermouth Fish Database

NameShadowSell PriceTime
31 No. 31SalmonSalmon
(Common)

LargeLarge

700N: Sept
S: Mar
All Day
32 No. 32King salmonKing salmon
(Common)

LargeLarge

1800N: Sept
S: Mar
All Day
46 No. 46SturgeonSturgeon
(Uncommon)

HugeHuge

10000N: Sept ~ Mar
S: Mar ~ Sept
All Day

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List Of Clifftop Fish

* N...Northern Hemisphere / S…Southern Hemisphere

Clifftop Fish Database

NameShadowSell PriceTime
27 No. 27Cherry salmonCherry salmon
(Uncommon)

MediumMedium

1000N: Mar ~ June, Sept ~ Nov
S: Sept ~ Dec, Mar ~ May
4pm ~ 9am
28 No. 28CharChar
(Uncommon)

MediumMedium

3800N: Mar ~ June, Sept ~ Nov
S: Mar ~ May, Sept ~ Dec
4pm ~ 9am
29 No. 29Golden troutGolden trout
(Rare)

MediumMedium

15000N: Mar ~ May, Sept ~ Nov
S: Mar ~ May, Sept ~ Nov
4pm ~ 9am
30 No. 30String fishString fish
(Rare)

HugeHuge

15000N: Dec ~ Mar
S: June ~ Sept
4pm ~ 9am

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List Of Pier Fish

* N...Northern Hemisphere / S…Southern Hemisphere

Pier Fish Database

NameShadowSell PriceTime
66 No. 66TunaTuna
(Rare)

HugeHuge

7000N: Nov ~ Apr
S: May ~ Oct
All Day
67 No. 67Blue marlinBlue marlin
(Rare)

HugeHuge

10000N: July ~ Sept, Nov ~ Apr
S: Jan ~ Mar, May ~ Oct
All Day
68 No. 68Giant trevallyGiant trevally
(Rare)

LargeLarge

4500N: May ~ Oct
S: Nov ~ Apr
All Day
69 No. 69Mahi-mahiMahi-mahi
(Rare)

HugeHuge

6000N: May ~ Oct
S: Nov ~ Apr
All Day

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What Is Fishing

Catch Fish To Make Money

Fishing

You will be able to sell fish that you've caught for Bells. Seeing as some fish sell for much higher, it's important to know which fish to catch to make the most money.

Check Out A Ranking Of The Best Fish Here!

Donate To The Museum

Museum

You will also be able to donate fish to the Museum, where you can go & view them at any time. Donating will not provide you with any Bells, however.

Fish Spawn Locations

Each Fish Has A Specific Location

Each Fish Has A Specific Location

Every type of fish in the game has its own specific spawn location. This isn't a specific spot, but rather a specific body of water. You'll find different fish species in the Sea, Ponds, and Rivers.

Time Also Affects Fish Spawning

Time Also Affects Fish Spawns

The time of day also plays a part in the types of fish that spawn. Often what you can catch in the day and the night differs.

Fish On Mystery Islands

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It's possible to go on Mystery Tours to islands which have a certain specific subset of fish for you to catch. One such example is Shark Island. Mystery Tours require Nook Miles Ticket to access, however!

> Mystery Tour Island Guide
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Use Fish Bait To Spawn Fish

Use Fish Bait to Spawn Fish

Scatter Fish Bait in any body of water and a fish will appear immediately. This will work at any time & anywhere, even at Piers & other locations. The type of fish will be random. Bait can be made using Manila Clams, so make sure to stock up on them.

Check Out How To Get Fish Bait Here

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Anonymous 51

Some of the rarities are incorrect. For example, the Coelacanth is the rarest fish in the game, most definitely not “uncommon.”

Jayden 50

This is weird I caught a blue marlin before I caught a tuna.

Jayden 49

The Coelacanth is in the ocean, sells for 15000 bells, all day.

Anonymous 48

All i do have all fish

Anonymous 47

Sunfish is cool thank I do time travel now

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