Fishy Tales: The Rarest and Most Outrageous Fish in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Welcome to the whimsical world of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, where you can explore, make friends, and become a master interior decorator. But let'...
Welcome to the whimsical world of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, where you can explore, make friends, and become a master interior decorator. But let's not forget the most important aspect of island life—making those sweet, sweet bells! If you're looking to boost your bank account, it's time to dive into the world of rare fish.
Join us as we take a hilarious and fishy journey through the waters of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, uncovering the rarest and most outrageous fish that will make your villagers gasp in awe.
The Gigas Giant Clam: This massive sea creature is a true treasure. Spot its large shadow while swimming in the ocean, and you're in for a treat. Available from May to September in the Northern Hemisphere and November to March in the Southern Hemisphere, these clams are worth a whopping 15,000 bells at Nook's Cranny.
The Football Fish: Looking like a creepy cousin of the deep-sea anglerfish, this gelatinous and bioluminescent creature will give you chills. Catch it from 4 PM to 9 AM between November and March. At 2,500 bells each, these monstrosities will make your pockets jingle.
The Golden Trout: Prepare to be dazzled by this fish's spectacular gold and red scales. But be warned, they are elusive. Appearing only from March to May and September to November, between 4 AM and 9 PM, you'll have to find them in a river on a cliff. However, the 15,000 bells they fetch at Nook's Cranny are worth the effort.
The Mahi-Mahi: Making its debut in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, this fish lives up to its name, meaning "very strong" in Hawaiian. Look for it from May to October in the Northern Hemisphere and November to April in the Southern Hemisphere, and reel in some impressive bells.
Pearls: Okay, so they're not technically fish, but these rare and valuable treasures deserve a mention. Dive into the ocean to find pearls, which can't be added to the Critterpedia but will fetch a solid 10,000 bells at Nook's Cranny. Keep an eye out for Pascal, who may offer them in trade.
The Ocean Sunfish: Prepare for a mix of horror and hilarity when this outrageous-looking giant leaps out of the water. Catch it from July to September between 4 AM and 9 PM. While it may not be the rarest or most expensive fish, encountering it will definitely make you laugh and impress Blathers at the museum.
The Barreleye: Don't be fooled by its unassuming appearance. This small fish brings in 15,000 bells when sold at Nook's Cranny. The best part? It's available all year round, swimming in the ocean between 9 PM and 4 AM.
The King Salmon: This regal fish likes to keep you guessing. Its location changes throughout the year. In September (Northern Hemisphere) and March (Southern Hemisphere), you'll find it at the mouth of the river exiting into the ocean. After the 15th of the month, it can be found anywhere in the river on your island.
The Coelacanth: Considered the granddaddy of all New Horizons fish, this prehistoric creature is the stuff of legends. Fetching a handsome 15,000 bells at Nook's Cranny, it's the ultimate trophy for any fishing enthusiast. Gather around fellow players and swap tales of the mighty Coelacanth—it's a badge of honor.
So, grab your fishing rod, cast your line, and embark on an adventure to catch these rare and outrageous fish. Whether you're seeking fame, fortune, or just some laughs, Animal Crossing: New Horizons has a wide variety of aquatic wonders waiting to be discovered. Happy fishing, and may your bells overflow!