In Animal Crossing Pocket Camp catching fish are not only important to complete tasks, but it’s also a good way to make some money. In this Animal Crossing Pocket Camp Fish guide we’ll tell you where you can catch each fish (both river fish and sea fish), the chances you have of catching them, and how much you can see each fish for.
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Animal Crossing Pocket Camp Fish Guide
Fish in Animal Crossing Pocket Camp are very useful. They can be used to complete Animal friend requests or sold to players for Bells. Multiple types of fish can be found at the various locations in Animal Crossing Pocket Camp, and you’ll find that the fish caught in the sea are different to the fish caught in rivers. Read on for info on how to spot each fish type by its shadow, plus info on where to find each type of fish in Animal Crossing Pocket Camp.
How to Fish in Animal Crossing Pocket Camp
Fishing in Animal Crossing Pocket Camp is actually very easy, and one of the best ways to make Bells without too much hassle. We've broken down fishing in Animal Crossing Pocket Camp into three simple steps. If you're looking to catch rare fish, use our shadow guide in the table below to try and identify the ones you're after.
- Go to either Lost Lure Creek of Saltwater Shores. Once you're near the fishing area in either location your villager/camper will get his fishing rod out automatically.
- Cast your line into the water, targeting the shadows of fish.
- When a fish has bitten an exclamation mark will appear on the screen. Tap the screen to instruct your villager to catch the fish. Be quick or the fish will escape.
Repeat this steps to catch as many fish as you want. Consult our tables below to see what the shadows in the water could be.
Animal Crossing Pocket Camp River Fish Locations
|River Fish Name||Sale Price||Fish Location||Rarity||Shadow Size|
|Black Bass||100 Bells||Lost Lure Creek||Rare||Large|
|Crucian Carp||10 Bells||Lost Lure Creek||Common||Small|
|Koi||4000 Bells||Lost Lure Creek||Rare||Large|
|Pale Chub||10 Bells||Lost Lure Creek||Common||Very Small|
|Rainbow Trout||1500 Bells||Lost Lure Creek||Rare||Medium|
|Yellow Perch||10 Bells||Lost Lure Creek||Common||Medium|
Animal Crossing Pocket Camp Sea Fish Locations
|Sea Fish Name||Sale Price||Fish Location||Rarity||Shadow Size|
|Blowfish||1500 Bells||Saltwater Shores||Very Rare||Medium|
|Football Fish||3000 Bells||Saltwater Shores||Very Rare||Large|
|Horse Mackerel||10 Bells||Saltwater Shores||Common||Small|
|Olive Flounder||10 Bells||Saltwater Shores||Common||Large|
|Red Snapper||100 Bells||Saltwater Shores||Rare||Medium|
|Squid||10 Bells||Saltwater Shores||Common||Medium|
|Tuna||5000 Bells||Saltwater Shores||Very Rare||Massive|
That should give you a nice understanding of fish in Animal Crossing Pocket Camp. If you want to make friends, take a look at our Animal Crossing Pocket Camp Animals Guide or learn about the starter questions in our Animal Crossing Pocket Camp Starting Question Guide - K.K. Slider Question, Isabelle Question. We've also got Animal Crossing Pocket Camp Cheats, Tips, and Secrets and how to send gifts in Animal Crossing Pocket Camp.
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