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Bitterling, Pale Chub, Crucian Carp, Dace, Barbel Steed, Carp, Koi, Goldfish, Popeyed Goldfish, Killifish, Crawfish, Frog, Freshwater Goby, Loach, Catfish, Eel, Giant Snakehead, Bluegill, Yellow Perch, Black Bass, Pike, Pond Smelt, Sweetfish, Cherry Salmon, Char, Rainbow Trout, Stringfish, Salmon, King Salmon, Guppy, Angelfish, Neon Tetra, Piranha, Arowana, Dorado, Gar, Arapaima, Sea Butterly, Jellyfish, Sea Horse, Clownfish, Surgeon, Butterfly, Napoleon, Zebra Turkey Fish, Puffer Fish, Horse Mackerel, Barred Knifejaw, Sea Bass, Red Snapper, Dab, Olive Flounder, Squid, Octopus, Lobster, Moray, Football Fish, Tuna, Blue Marlin, Ray, Ocean Sunfish, Hammerhead Shark, Shark and Coelacanth.

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NamePrice in BellsLocationTimeMonthsPeak TimePeak MonthsAngelfish3,000River4pm-9amMay-Oct

Arapaima10,000River4pm-9amJul-Sep

Arowana10,000River4pm-9amJun-1st half Sep

Barbel Steed200RiverAll DayAll Year9pm-4amOct-AprBarred Knifejaw5,000OceanAll DayMar-Nov

Bitterling900RiverAll DayNov-Feb

Black Bass300RiverAll DayAll Year4am-9pmMay-NovBlue Marlin10,000OceanAll DayJul-Sep

Bluegill120River9am-4pmAll Year

May-NovButterflyfish1,000OceanAll DayApr-Sept

Carp300RiverAll DayAll Year4pm-9amApr-May, Oct-NovCatfish800River pool4pm-9amMay-Oct9pm-4amJun-SepChar3,800Waterfall4am-9am, 4pm-9pmMar-Jun, Sep-Nov

Cherry Salmon1,000River4am-9am, 4pm-9pmMar-Jun,Sep-Nov Mar-Apr, Sept-Oct

Clownfish650OceanAll DayApr-Sept9am-4pmMar-AugCoelacanth15,000Ocean (raining or snowing)4pm-9amAll Year

Crawfish250Holding pondAll DayApr-1st half Sept

Crucian Carp120RiverAll DayAll Year

Mar-May, Sept-NovDab300OceanAll DayOct-Apr

Dace200River4pm-9amAll Year4pm-9amDec-FebDorado15,000River4am-9pmJun-Sept

Eel2,000River4pm-9amJun-1st half Sept9pm-4amJul-AugFootball Fish2,500Ocean4pm-9amNov-Mar

Freshwater Goby300River4pm-9amAll Year

Frog120Holding PondAll DayMay-Aug

Gar6,000River pool4pm-9amJun-Sep

Giant Snakehead5,500River pool9am-4pmJun-Aug

Goldfish1,300RiverAll DayAll Year

Guppy1,300River9am-4pmApr-Nov

May-NovHammerhead Shark8,000Ocean4pm-9amJun-Sep

Herabuna300River PoolAll DayAll Year

Horse Mackerel150OceanAll DayAll Year

Jellyfish100OceanAll Day2nd half Aug

Killifish300Holding PondAll DayApr-Aug

King Salmon1,800RiverAll DaySept these are all the fish in Animal Crossing WW

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http://accf.wikispaces.com/Fish

ANIMAL CROSSING : COMPLETE FISH LIST

Here you have a complete list of fish, their location, times to catch them, and the selling prices:

Angelfish: 3,000 Bells; river (rare) May to October, morning, evening, night.

Arapaima: 10,000 Bells; river (rare) July to September, morning, evening, night.

Arowana: 10,000 Bells; river (rare) June to September, morning, evening, night.

Barbel Steed: 200 Bells; river all year, all day.

Barred Knifejaw: 5,000 Bells; ocean (rare) March to November, all day.

Bitterling: 900 Bells; river November to February, all day.

Black Bass: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.

Blue Gill: 120 Bells; river all year, noon.

Blue Marlin: 10,000 Bells; ocean (rare) July to Sept, all day.

Carp: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.

Cat Fish: 800 Bells; pond May to October, morning, evening, night.

Char: 3,800 Bells; waterfall Mar to June and September to November, morning, evening.

Cherry Salmon: 1,000 Bells; river March to June and September to November, morning, evening.

Clownfish: 650 Bells; ocean April to September, all day and May to August, noon.

Coelacanth: 15,000 Bells; ocean during rain or snow (rare) all year, morning , evening, night.

Craw Fish: 250 Bells; holding pond April to Sept, all day.

Crucian Carp: 120 Bells; river all year, all day.

Dab: 300 Bells; ocean October to April, all day.

Dace: 200 Bells; river all year, morning, evening, night.

Dorado: 15,000 Bells; river (rare) June to September, morning, noon, evening.

Eel: 2,000 Bells; river June to Sept, morning, evening, night.

Football Fish: 2,500 Bells; ocean (rare) November to March, morning, evening, night.

Freshwater Goby: 300 Bells; river (rare) all year, morning, evening, night.

Frog: 120 Bells; holding pond May to August, all day.

Gar: 6,000 Bells; pond (rare) June to September, morning, evening, night.

Giant Snakehead: 5,500 Bells; pond July to August, noon.

Gold Fish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year, all day.

Guppy: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) April to November, noon.

Hammerhead Shark: 8,000 Bells; ocean (rare) June to September, all day.

Horse Mackeral: 150 Bells; ocean all year, all day.

Jelly Fish: 100 Bells; ocean August, all day.

Killifish: 300 Bells; holding pond (rare) April to August, all day.

King Salmon: 1,800 Bells; river (rare) September, all day.

Koi: 2,000 Bells; river (rare) all year, morning, evening, night.

Loach: 300 Bells; river March to May, all day.

Ocean Sunfish: 4,000 Bells; ocean (rare) April to September, morning noon, evening.

Octopus: 500 Bells; Ocean September to January and March to July, all day.

Olive Flounder: 800 Bells; Ocean (rare) all year, all day.

Pale Chub: 200 Bells; river all year, noon.

Piranha: 2,500 Bells; river (rare) June to September, noon, night.

Pond Smelt: 300 Bells; pond December to February, all day.

Popeyed Goldfish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year, all day.

Puffer Fish: 240 Bells; ocean July to September, all day and August, all day.

Rainbow Trout: 800 Bells; river March to June and September to November, morning, evening.

Red Snapper: 3,000 Bells; ocean all year, all day.

Salmon: 700 Bells; river September, all day.

Sea Bass: 160 Bells; ocean all year, all day.

Sea Butterfly: 1,000 Bells; ocean December to February, all day.

Seahorse: 1,100 Bells; ocean April to November, all day and May to September, noon.

Shark: 15,000 Bells; ocean (rare) June to September, morning, evening, night.

Surgeonfish: 1,000 bells; ocean (rare) July to September , morning, evening, night

Squid: 400 Bells; Ocean December to Aug, all day.

Stringfish: 15,000 Bells; river (rare) December to February, morning, evening, night.

Sweetfish: 900 Bells; river July to September, all day.

Tuna: 7,000 Bells; ocean (rare) November to March, all day.

Yellow Perch: 240 Bells; river October to March or November to February, all day.

Zebra Turkey Fish: 400 Bells; ocean April to November, all day and May to September, noon

Everything is true except the Giant Snakehaed and Gar are in the river

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Some fish may be in a river.

Some fish may be in a small pond. (in the spring & summer)

Some fish may be in the ocean.

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I don't know every single fish but who ever answered this question first didn't help because this person asked what kind of fish there are not where they are. It's not like they would be anywhere else I mean where else did you think they'd be, under a rock?

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Ok, heres what im going to tell you about that. All give you a website it would be to much trouble for me to list all of the fish here, even though i do know them of the top of my head..... lol. Well when i was trying to catch all the fish i used this site it shows all the fish, when you can catch them that includes the times that you can catch them 2, and how much the fish are worth hope this help!!! This also shows bugs, clothes, hair, and much more!!!

http://accf.wikispaces.com/Fish

SyDnEy PS. if you have any other qestions about animal crossing or you wanna add me you can email me at SyDnEy2296@Yahoo.com THATS FOR ANYONE!!!!!!! PSS( i really do know everything about animal crossing) HOPE I COULD HELP:P:P!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ANIMAL CROSSING : COMPLETE FISH LIST

Here you have a complete list of fish, their location, times to catch them, and the selling prices:

Angelfish: 3,000 Bells; river (rare) May to October, morning, evening, night.

Arapaima: 10,000 Bells; river (rare) July to September, morning, evening, night.

Arowana: 10,000 Bells; river (rare) June to September, morning, evening, night.

Barbel Steed: 200 Bells; river all year, all day.

Barred Knifejaw: 5,000 Bells; ocean (rare) March to November, all day.

Bitterling: 900 Bells; river November to February, all day.

Black Bass: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.

Blue Gill: 120 Bells; river all year, noon.

Blue Marlin: 10,000 Bells; ocean (rare) July to Sept, all day.

Carp: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.

Cat Fish: 800 Bells; pond May to October, morning, evening, night.

Char: 3,800 Bells; waterfall Mar to June and September to November, morning, evening.

Cherry Salmon: 1,000 Bells; river March to June and September to November, morning, evening.

Clownfish: 650 Bells; ocean April to September, all day and May to August, noon.

Coelacanth: 15,000 Bells; ocean during rain or snow (rare) all year, morning , evening, night.

Craw Fish: 250 Bells; holding pond April to Sept, all day.

Crucian Carp: 120 Bells; river all year, all day.

Dab: 300 Bells; ocean October to April, all day.

Dace: 200 Bells; river all year, morning, evening, night.

Dorado: 15,000 Bells; river (rare) June to September, morning, noon, evening.

Eel: 2,000 Bells; river June to Sept, morning, evening, night.

Football Fish: 2,500 Bells; ocean (rare) November to March, morning, evening, night.

Freshwater Goby: 300 Bells; river (rare) all year, morning, evening, night.

Frog: 120 Bells; holding pond May to August, all day.

Gar: 6,000 Bells; pond (rare) June to September, morning, evening, night.

Giant Snakehead: 5,500 Bells; pond July to August, noon.

Gold Fish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year, all day.

Guppy: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) April to November, noon.

Hammerhead Shark: 8,000 Bells; ocean (rare) June to September, all day.

Horse Mackeral: 150 Bells; ocean all year, all day.

Jelly Fish: 100 Bells; ocean August, all day.

Killifish: 300 Bells; holding pond (rare) April to August, all day.

King Salmon: 1,800 Bells; river (rare) September, all day.

Koi: 2,000 Bells; river (rare) all year, morning, evening, night.

Loach: 300 Bells; river March to May, all day.

Ocean Sunfish: 4,000 Bells; ocean (rare) April to September, morning noon, evening.

Octopus: 500 Bells; Ocean September to January and March to July, all day.

Olive Flounder: 800 Bells; Ocean (rare) all year, all day.

Pale Chub: 200 Bells; river all year, noon.

Piranha: 2,500 Bells; river (rare) June to September, noon, night.

Pond Smelt: 300 Bells; pond December to February, all day.

Popeyed Goldfish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year, all day.

Puffer Fish: 240 Bells; ocean July to September, all day and August, all day.

Rainbow Trout: 800 Bells; river March to June and September to November, morning, evening.

Red Snapper: 3,000 Bells; ocean all year, all day.

Salmon: 700 Bells; river September, all day.

Sea Bass: 160 Bells; ocean all year, all day.

Sea Butterfly: 1,000 Bells; ocean December to February, all day.

Seahorse: 1,100 Bells; ocean April to November, all day and May to September, noon.

Shark: 15,000 Bells; ocean (rare) June to September, morning, evening, night.

Squid: 400 Bells; Ocean December to Aug, all day.

Stringfish: 15,000 Bells; river (rare) December to February, morning, evening, night.

Sweetfish: 900 Bells; river July to September, all day.

Tuna: 7,000 Bells; ocean (rare) November to March, all day.

Yellow Perch: 240 Bells; river October to March or November to February, all day.

Zebra Turkey Fish: 400 Bells; ocean April to November, all day and May to September, noon

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bitterling, pale chub, crucian carp, dace, barbel steed, carp, koi, goldfish, pop-eyed goldfish, killifish, crawfish, frog, fresh water guppy, loach, catfish, eel, giant snakehead, bluegill, yellow perch, black bass, pond smelt, sweet fish, cherry salmon, char, rainbow trout, string fish, salmon, king salmon, guppy, angel fish, piranha, arowanda, dorado, gar, arapaima, sea butterfly, jellyfish, sea horse, clownfish, zebra turkey fish, pufferfish, horse mackerel, barred knife jaw, sea bass, red snapper, dab, olive flounder, squid, octopus, football fish, tuna, blue marlin, ocean sunfish, hammerhead shark, shark, and coelacanth

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River and Pond Fish: Bitterling, Pale Chub, Crucian Carp, Dace, Carp, Barbel Steed, Koi, Goldfish, Popeyed Goldfish, Killifish, Frog, Crawfish, Freshwater Goby, Loach, Catfish, Giant Catfish, Eel, Giant Snakehead, Bluegill, Small Bass, Bass, Large Bass, Pond Smelt, Sweetfish, Cherry Salmon, Large Char, Rainbow Trout, Stringfish, Salmon, Guppy, Angelfish, Piranha, Arowana, Arapaima

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Ocean Fish: Jellyfish, Barred Knifejaw, Sea Bass, Red Snapper, Coelacanth

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Those are all the fish in Animal Crossing Game Cube.

There are way more fresh water fish in the game than salt water fish

for some reason.

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It is the coelacanth but you can try your luck in catching one on rainy and snowy days.

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In any large water body. Just use your fishing rod to catch them.

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