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This page discusses the fish that can be caught, and not the smaller aesthetic fish. However, those fish can indicate the type of fish able to harvest.
Trophy Fish[edit | edit source]
There are two sizes of each fish. In addition to regular size fish, there is a lower chance to encounter a larger, trophy variant of each fish that also fetches a higher price and experience gain from the Hunter's Call representatives. Trophy fish are also harder to catch than their regular counterparts and will struggle more and rest less. There are three Hunter's Call Commendations related to Trophy Fish:
- Hunter of Trophy Fish -> Deliver 25 Trophy Fish
- Master Hunter of Trophy Fish -> Deliver 50 Trophy Fish
- Legendary Hunter of Trophy Fish -> Deliver 100 Trophy Fish (Also unlocks a Title of the same name)
Splashtails[edit | edit source]
The most common fish in the game. It can be found anywhere and does not require Bait to catch.
- Ruby Splashtail: First rarity of Splashtail
- Sunny Splashtail: Second rarity of Splashtail.
- Indigo Splashtail: Third rarity of Splashtail.
- Umber Splashtail: Fourth rarity of Splashtail
- Seafoam Splashtail: Night variant of Splashtail.
Pondies[edit | edit source]
A common fish found in the small water ponds that are found on islands, for example Mermaid's Hideaway. No other fish, not even Splashtails appear in these ponds. Does not require Bait to catch. (Devil's Ridge, Mermaid's Hideaway, Shark Bait Cove)
- Charcoal Pondie: First rarity of Pondie.
- Orchid Pondie: Second rarity of Pondie.
- Bronze Pondie: Third rarity of Pondie.
- Bright Pondie: Fourth rarity of Pondie.
- Moonsky Pondie: Night variant of Pondie.
Islehoppers[edit | edit source]
A common fish found in the waters directly next to Large Islands. Each fish (except the Raven variant) can be found on specific islands only. The fishing range is within the island's title card area. Does not require Bait to catch.
- Stone Islehopper: First variant of Islehopper. Found at Shipwreck Bay, Shark Bait Cove, Crook's Hollow, Sailor's Bounty, Cannon Cove and Fetcher's Rest.
- Moss Islehopper: Second variant of Islehopper. Found at Ashen Reaches, Thieves' Haven, Marauder's Arch, Lone Cove, Wanderers Refuge and Ruby's Fall.
- Honey Islehopper: Third variant of Islehopper. Found at Discovery Ridge, Plunder Valley, Kraken's Fall, Sunken Grove and Crescent Isle.
- Raven Islehopper: Fourth variant of Islehopper. A rare sight on any large island.
- Amethyst Islehopper: Night variant of Islehopper. Found at Devil's Ridge, Smuggler's Bay, Mermaid's Hideaway, The Crooked Masts, Old Faithful Isle, Flintlock Peninsula and Snake Island at night.
Ancientscales[edit | edit source]
A common fish found in the waters of the Ancient Isles. Requires Leeches to catch.
- Almond Ancientscale: First rarity of Ancientscale.
- Sapphire Ancientscale: Second rarity of Ancientscale.
- Smoke Ancientscale: Third rarity of Ancientscale.
- Bone Ancientscale: Fourth rarity of Ancientscale. (Rarest)
- Starshine Ancientscale: Night variant of Ancientscale.
Plentifins[edit | edit source]
A common fish found in the waters of the Shores of Plenty. Requires Earthworms to catch.
- Olive Plentifin: First rarity of Plentifin.
- Amber Plentifin: Second rarity of Plentifin.
- Cloudy Plentifin: Third rarity of Plentifin.
- Bonedust Plentifin: Fourth rarity of Plentifin. (Rarest)
- Watery Plentifin: Night variant of Plentifin
Wildsplashes[edit | edit source]
A common fish found in the waters of The Wilds. Requires Earthworms to catch.
- Russet Wildsplash: First rarity of Wildsplash.
- Sandy Wildsplash: Second rarity of Wildsplash.
- Ocean Wildsplash: Third Rarity of Wildsplash.
- Muddy Wildsplash: Fourth rarity of Wildsplash. (Rarest)
- Coral Wildsplash: Night variant of Wildsplash.
Devilfish[edit | edit source]
A common fish found in the waters of The Devil's Roar. Requires Grubs to catch.
- Ashen Devilfish: First rarity of Devilfish.
- Seashell Devilfish: Second rarity of Devilfish.
- Lava Devilfish: Third Rarity of Devilfish.
- Forsaken Devilfish: Fourth rarity of Devilfish. (Rarest)
- Firelight Devilfish: Night variant of Devilfish.
Battlegills[edit | edit source]
- Jade Battlegill: First rarity of Battlegill.
- Sky Battlegill: Second rarity of Battlegill.
- Rum Battlegill: Third rarity of Battlegill.
- Sand Battlegill: Fourth rarity of Battlegill. (Rarest)
- Bittersweet Battlegill: Night variant of Battlegill.
Wreckers[edit | edit source]
- Rose Wrecker: First rarity of Wrecker
- Sun Wrecker: Second rarity of Wrecker. Rumoured to have an increased spawn during the day, but can be caught at night too.
- Blackcloud Wrecker: Third rarity of Wrecker. Can only be fished in Shipwrecks during Storms, making them a rare catch.
- Snow Wrecker: Fourth rarity of Wrecker. (Rarest)
- Moon Wrecker: Night variant of Wrecker.
Stormfish[edit | edit source]
A rare fish found within storms across the Sea of Thieves. Requires Leeches to catch.
- Ancient Stormfish: Ancient Isle variant of Stormfish.
- Shores Stormfish: Shores of Plenty variant of Stormfish.
- Wild Stormfish: The Wilds variant of Stormfish.
- Shadow Stormfish: The rarest of the Stormfish. Can be caught in any region but rumored to be more frequent at The Glorious Sea Dog Tavern.
- Twilight Stormfish: Night variant of Stormfish.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- On rarity based fish, the second rarity and the night variety typically have the same prices with The Hunter's Call.
- When region specific fish are raw, the rarest fish are worth ten times as much as the second rarest fish. When other fish are raw, the rarest fish is ten times more than the least rarest fish.
- Stormfish and Islehoppers are not based on rarity, but are instead based on fishing location, with the former tied to regions and the latter tied to specific large islands.
- All fish from specific regions have the same pricing.
- Splashtails have the same pricing as Pondies.
- Wreckers have the same pricing as Battlegills.
- Raw, cooked, burnt, and undercooked fish all count towards the commendations.
- The large eyes of Islehoppers have a reflective surface, however the reflection is the same sunny, palm-covered beach scene regardless of your location.
- While raw fish is supposed to make the pirate sick, only eating two halves produces the effect. This means that a player can safely consume the fish head or a tail alone or mixed up with other food and not start to vomit. The player also gets sick if they eat two consecutive fish heads or fish tails.