Friday, September 17

How to fish in Animal Crossing | Digital Trends Spanish

If you want to know how to fish in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, you have come to the perfect place. And is that if you want to get the most out of your island, you will have to learn by obligation to fish. Fortunately, Nintendo has made it easy to get your hands on a fishing pole and start pulling out the weirdest creatures. Once you’ve discovered the basics, fishing can quickly become a lucrative way to spend your time in New Horizons.

Get a fishing pole

Before you get excited about fishing for sharks and calecantos, you’ll need a fishing pole. Unlike previous Animal Crossing games, fishing rods and all other tools are destructible – after several dozen uses the rod will break and you will have to make a new one. There are a few varieties of fishing rods available from New Horizons, each stronger than the last. These include:

  • Flimsy Fishing Rod (10 Catch)
  • Heavy Duty Fishing Rod (30 Catch)
  • Golden Fishing Rod (90 catches)

If you have the necessary components and DIY recipes, head over to your workbench and begin and begin the crafting process. Anyone who’s not a fan of DIY projects can usually pick up a Nook’s Cranny fishing pole for a couple of campaigns.

How to fish

Once you’ve gotten a fishing pole, there’s nothing else you need to do before heading to the local channels. However, you can’t just cast your line anywhere and wait for the fish to nibble. Instead, you should scan the fish individually for a black shadow that lurks below the surface. These come in six different sizes and each one corresponds to a different set of fish. For example, seabass always have one of the largest shades in the game, while guppies always have one of the smallest.

As your villager facing the shadow, it’s finally time to cast your line. Navigate to the fishing rod in your inventory, choose the Hold option, and press the A button to cast your line. You may have to reposition yourself several times and re-cast it, but eventually the fish will see its cork and begin to nibble on the line. Try dropping the bobber directly in front of your target to give it the best chance to connect.

With the fish interested in the line, be patient and wait for the cork to fully submerge. When this happens, press and hold button A further to roll it up. If you touch this button slowly and weakly, the fish will escape, that is why you must press it in the necessary time and with the ideal force, because if you make it weak the fish will be scared and will not fall on the hook. It takes a bit of practice, but before you know it, you’ll be a master of fishing.

Using fish bait

How to fish in Animal Crossing

Although not required, if you want to speed up the fishing process, it is worth spending a few more minutes to make a fishing bait. With this article, you will be able to attract fish to your location instead of wandering the island looking for them. The best way to get fish bait is through crafting, and you’ll only need one resource to do it: manila clams.

These can be found under the sand or along the coast of your island. Find the water coming out of the ground, take out the shovel and start digging. A manila clam is needed to create a piece of fish bait, so we recommend stocking up before returning to your workbench.

With an inventory full of bait, simply walk to the body of water you want to fish in, open your backpack and use the fish bait. This will make a fish appear in front of you, making the fishing process much more efficient.

Fishing spots

Just like in the real world, the fish in Animal Crossing only live in certain habitats. For example, you will never find a moray eel lurking in rivers, and it is not possible to roll an arowana while diving into the sea. Here are all the different locations in New Horizons that host exclusive fish:

  • Sea
  • Dock
  • River
  • River (cliff)
  • River mouth
  • Pond

If you want to fill up your Critterpedia, you will have to cast your line at each of these locations; otherwise, a more complete section of the catalog will be lost. Once you’ve caught a fish, you can see its individual details, but until then you’ll need to use an online resource to find out which animals spawn there.

Fishing with eyes closed

It may sound strange, but many players love to fish with their eyes closed. While fishing, the game emits visual and audible signals. We already talked about the visual signal, that is, the cork under water. However, some New Horizons experts believe that the audible signal is a much better way to detect when a fish is hooked. Is that how it works.

When the cork is fully submerged, the game will make a unique splashing sound that will only be heard when the fish is hooked on the rope. By closing their eyes, players are no longer distracted by deceptive fish bites that cause the cork to move, causing them to pull on your rope too soon. Instead, they just listen to that distinctive twist before holding down A and staggering on their prize. It doesn’t work for everyone, but it’s certainly worth a try if you find yourself a bit nervous while fishing.

Seasons and weather affect fish availability

How to fish in Animal Crossing

The last thing you need to know about fishing is that the seasons and the weather have a direct impact on the fish that can be found around your island. During storms, you are much more likely to find rare fish like calecanth along your shores. The same is true for many other species, but we will let you discover those secrets on your own.

Every month a new set of fish will arrive on your island. This means that even if you think you’ve caught everything that’s lurking in the month of August, September will bring a lot more that you probably haven’t found yet. At the same time, certain fish will be leaving at the end of each month, so it’s a race against time to catch them all before they head to more suitable waters.

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