Sea of Thieves Fish Guide: Fish Prices, Cooking Time, & Locations

Don't know where to look for those rare fish? Don't fish in random spots! Use this guide to know where to go.

There's plenty of fish in the sea! This is excellent advice to use in real life, but unfortunately complicates things in Sea of Thieves. In the game, you'll find the wide variety of fish means a complicated list of how much they're worth and where you'll find them. Luckily, we've sailed the seas and discovered the best locations to catch and sell even the rarest fish!

Sea of Thieves Fish Guide: Fish Prices, Cooking Time, & Locations

There are many different types and rarities for fish in the open sea. Just because you're only able to sell them to The Hunter's Call doesn't mean that makes things any more simple. You still need to consider in what condition to sell them and where you'll catch the rarer and more valuable fish. We've made this easy for you! Listed below is everything you need to know about fish in Sea of Thieves!

Cooking

This is the easiest part to remember about fish. Cooking can be done at the frying pan on the boat or at campfires placed sporadically throughout the islands you visit. It may seem like the fish require close observation to make sure you cook them just right, but they actually follow a very simple pattern!

  • Normal Fish
    • Raw: 0 - 30 seconds
    • Undercooked: 30 - 40 seconds
    • Perfectly Cooked: 40 - 80 seconds
    • Overcooked: 80+ seconds
  • Trophy fish
    • Raw: 0 - 80 seconds
    • Undercooked: 80 - 90 seconds
    • Perfectly cooked: 90 - 180 seconds
    • Overcooked: 180+ seconds

Cooking times ignore type and rarity. The only thing that matters is whether the fish is a normal fish or a trophy fish. You will be able to tell which fish are trophy fish because they will have Trophy in their name when you go to pick them up, and they're much larger than normal fish. One last important note about cooking: do not overcook the fish. This makes them less valuable than even raw fish!

Related: All Beacon Locations in Sea of Thieves - Pro Game Guides

Catching & Selling

Listed below in order by type and rarity are each type of fish you can catch in Sea of Thieves. Also included is the location where you can catch them and the type of bait required. Also included underneath each fish is their value when sold, which varies depending on how they're cooked.

Ancientscales

An ancientscale fish from Sea of Thieves.
Image via: Sea of Thieves Wiki

Location: Open waters of The Ancient Isles | Bait: Leeches

  • Almond Ancientscale
    • Variant: Base
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 225 Gold
      • Undercooked: 305 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 350 Gold
      • Overcooked: 50 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 565 Gold
      • Undercooked: 765 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 850 Gold
      • Overcooked: 130 Gold
  • Sapphire Ancientscale
    • Variant: Common
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 300 Gold
      • Undercooked: 405 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 450 Gold
      • Overcooked: 70 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 750 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1015 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1125 Gold
      • Overcooked: 170 Gold
  • Smoke Ancientscale
    • Variant: Uncommon
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 375 Gold
      • Undercooked: 505 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 565 Gold
      • Overcooked: 85 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 940 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1270 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1410 Gold
      • Overcooked: 210 Gold
  • Bone Ancientscale
    • Variant: Rare
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 3000 Gold
      • Undercooked: 4050 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 4500 Gold
      • Overcooked: 675 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 7500 Gold
      • Undercooked: 10125 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 11250 Gold
      • Overcooked: 1690 Gold
  • Starshine Ancientscale
    • Variant: Night (Can only be caught at night!)
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 300 Gold
      • Undercooked: 405 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 450 Gold
      • Overcooked: 70 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 750 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1015 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1125 Gold
      • Overcooked: 170 Gold

Battlegills

A battlegill fish from sea of Thievs.
Image via: Sea of Thieves Wiki

Location: Open water, near active Skeleton Ship and Skeleton Fort Battles | Bait: Grubs

  • Jade Battlegill
    • Variant: Base
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 375 Gold
      • Undercooked: 505 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 565 Gold
      • Overcooked: 85 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 940 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1270 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1410 Gold
      • Overcooked: 210 Gold
  • Sky Battlegill
    • Variant: Common
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 450 Gold
      • Undercooked: 610 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 675 Gold
      • Overcooked: 100 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 1125 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1520 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1690 Gold
      • Overcooked: 225 Gold
  • Rum Battlegill
    • Variant: Uncommon
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 525 Gold
      • Undercooked: 710 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 790 Gold
      • Overcooked: 120 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 1315 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1775 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1975 Gold
      • Overcooked: 295 Gold
  • Sand Battlegill
    • Variant: Rare
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 3750 Gold
      • Undercooked: 5065 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 5625 Gold
      • Overcooked: 845 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 9375 Gold
      • Undercooked: 12655 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 14065 Gold
      • Overcooked: 2110 Gold
  • Bittersweet Battlegill
    • Variant: Night (Can only be caught at night!)
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 450 Gold
      • Undercooked: 610 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 675 Gold
      • Overcooked: 100 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 1125 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1520 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1690 Gold
      • Overcooked: 225 Gold

Devilfish

A devilfish from Sea of Thieves.
Image via: Sea of Thieves Wiki

Location: Open waters of The Devil's Roar | Bait: Grubs

  • Ashen Devilfish
    • Variant: Base
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 225 Gold
      • Undercooked: 305 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 350 Gold
      • Overcooked: 50 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 565 Gold
      • Undercooked: 765 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 850 Gold
      • Overcooked: 130 Gold
  • Seashell Devilfish
    • Variant: Common
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 300 Gold
      • Undercooked: 405 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 450 Gold
      • Overcooked: 70 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 750 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1015 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1125 Gold
      • Overcooked: 170 Gold
  • Lava Devilfish
    • Variant: Uncommon
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 375 Gold
      • Undercooked: 505 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 565 Gold
      • Overcooked: 85 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 940 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1270 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1410 Gold
      • Overcooked: 210 Gold
  • Forsaken Devilfish
    • Variant: Rare
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 3000 Gold
      • Undercooked: 4050 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 4500 Gold
      • Overcooked: 675 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 7500 Gold
      • Undercooked: 10125 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 11250 Gold
      • Overcooked: 1690 Gold
  • Firelight Devilfish
    • Variant: Night (Can only be caught at night!)
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 300 Gold
      • Undercooked: 405 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 450 Gold
      • Overcooked: 70 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 750 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1015 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1125 Gold
      • Overcooked: 170 Gold

Islehoppers

An Islehopper fish from Sea of Thieves
Image via: Sea of Thieves Wiki

Bait: None

  • Stone Islehopper
    • Variant: Base
    • Locations: Shipwreck Bay, Shark Bait Cove, Crook's Hollow, Sailor's Bounty, Cannon Cove, Fetcher's Rest
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 105 Gold
      • Undercooked: 140 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 160 Gold
      • Overcooked: 25 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 265 Gold
      • Undercooked: 360 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 400 Gold
      • Overcooked: 60 Gold
  • Moss Islehopper
    • Variant: Common
    • Locations: Ashen Reaches, Thieves' Haven, Marauder's Arch, Lone Cove, Wanderers Refuge, Ruby's Fall
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 105 Gold
      • Undercooked: 140 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 160 Gold
      • Overcooked: 25 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 265 Gold
      • Undercooked: 360 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 400 Gold
      • Overcooked: 60 Gold
  • Honey Islehopper
    • Variant: Uncommon
    • Locations: Discovery Ridge, Plunder Valley, Kraken's Fall, Sunken Grove, Crescent Isle, The Devil's Thirst
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 105 Gold
      • Undercooked: 140 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 160 Gold
      • Overcooked: 25 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 265 Gold
      • Undercooked: 360 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 400 Gold
      • Overcooked: 60 Gold
  • Raven Islehopper
    • Variant: Rare
    • Locations: Any Large Island (this fish can be commonly found while day fishing at the Amethyst Islehopper locations)
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 1050 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1420 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1575 Gold
      • Overcooked: 235 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 2625 Gold
      • Undercooked: 3545 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 3940 Gold
      • Overcooked: 590 Gold
  • Starshine Ancientscale
    • Variant: Night (Can only be caught at night!)
    • Locations: Devil's Ridge, Smuggler's Bay, Mermaid's Hideaway, The Crooked Masts, Old Faithful Isle, Flintlock Peninsula, Snake Island
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 105 Gold
      • Undercooked: 140 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 160 Gold
      • Overcooked: 25 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 265 Gold
      • Undercooked: 360 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 400 Gold
      • Overcooked: 60 Gold

Plentifins

A plentifin fish from Sea of Thieves.
Image via: Sea of Thieves Wiki

Location: Open waters of The Shores of Plenty | Bait: Earthworms

  • Olive Plentifin
    • Variant: Base
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 225 Gold
      • Undercooked: 305 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 350 Gold
      • Overcooked: 50 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 565 Gold
      • Undercooked: 765 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 850 Gold
      • Overcooked: 130 Gold
  • Amber Plentifin
    • Variant: Common
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 300 Gold
      • Undercooked: 405 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 450 Gold
      • Overcooked: 70 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 750 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1015 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1125 Gold
      • Overcooked: 170 Gold
  • Cloudy Plentifin
    • Variant: Uncommon
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 375 Gold
      • Undercooked: 505 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 565 Gold
      • Overcooked: 85 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 940 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1270 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1410 Gold
      • Overcooked: 210 Gold
  • Bonedust Plentifin
    • Variant: Rare
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 3000 Gold
      • Undercooked: 4050 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 4500 Gold
      • Overcooked: 675 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 7500 Gold
      • Undercooked: 10125 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 11250 Gold
      • Overcooked: 1690 Gold
  • Watery Plentifin
    • Variant: Night (Can only be caught at night!)
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 300 Gold
      • Undercooked: 405 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 450 Gold
      • Overcooked: 70 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 750 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1015 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1125 Gold
      • Overcooked: 170 Gold

Related: How to Get Pirate Legend in Sea of Thieves - Pro Game Guides

Pondies

A pondie fish from Sea of Thieves.
Image via: Sea of Thieves Wiki

Location: Freshwater Ponds | Bait: None

  • Charcoal Pondie
    • Variant: Base
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 75 Gold
      • Undercooked: 100 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 115 Gold
      • Overcooked: 15 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 190 Gold
      • Undercooked: 255 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 285 Gold
      • Overcooked: 45 Gold
  • Orchid Pondie
    • Variant: Common
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 150 Gold
      • Undercooked: 205 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 225 Gold
      • Overcooked: 35 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 375 Gold
      • Undercooked: 505 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 565 Gold
      • Overcooked: 85 Gold
  • Bronze Pondie
    • Variant: Uncommon
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 255 Gold
      • Undercooked: 305 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 340 Gold
      • Overcooked: 50 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 565 Gold
      • Undercooked: 765 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 850 Gold
      • Overcooked: 130 Gold
  • Bright Pondie
    • Variant: Rare
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 375 Gold
      • Undercooked: 505 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 565 Gold
      • Overcooked: 85 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 940 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1270 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1410 Gold
      • Overcooked: 210 Gold
  • Moonsky Pondie
    • Variant: Night (Can only be caught at night!)
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 150 Gold
      • Undercooked: 205 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 225 Gold
      • Overcooked: 35 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 375 Gold
      • Undercooked: 505 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 565 Gold
      • Overcooked: 85 Gold

Splashtails

A splashtail fish from Sea of Thieves.
Image via: Sea of Thieves Wiki

Location: Most Open Water | Bait: None

  • Ruby Splashtail
    • Variant: Base
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 75 Gold
      • Undercooked: 100 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 115 Gold
      • Overcooked: 15 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 190 Gold
      • Undercooked: 255 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 285 Gold
      • Overcooked: 45 Gold
  • Sunny Splashtail
    • Variant: Common
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 150 Gold
      • Undercooked: 205 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 225 Gold
      • Overcooked: 35 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 375 Gold
      • Undercooked: 505 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 565 Gold
      • Overcooked: 85 Gold
  • Indigo Splashtail
    • Variant: Uncommon
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 255 Gold
      • Undercooked: 305 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 340 Gold
      • Overcooked: 50 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 565 Gold
      • Undercooked: 765 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 850 Gold
      • Overcooked: 130 Gold
  • Umber Splashtail
    • Variant: Rare
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 375 Gold
      • Undercooked: 505 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 565 Gold
      • Overcooked: 85 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 940 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1270 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1410 Gold
      • Overcooked: 210 Gold
  • Seafoam Splashtail
    • Variant: Night (Can only be caught at night!)
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 150 Gold
      • Undercooked: 205 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 225 Gold
      • Overcooked: 35 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 375 Gold
      • Undercooked: 505 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 565 Gold
      • Overcooked: 85 Gold

Stormfish

A stormfish from sea of thieves.
Image via: Sea of Thieves Wiki

Location: All open waters (except The Devil's Roar), during a storm | Bait: Leeches

  • Ancient Stormfish
    • Variant: The Ancient Isles
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 450 Gold
      • Undercooked: 610 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 675 Gold
      • Overcooked: 100 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 1125 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1520 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1690 Gold
      • Overcooked: 225 Gold
  • Shores Stormfish
    • Variant: The Shores of Plenty
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 450 Gold
      • Undercooked: 610 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 675 Gold
      • Overcooked: 100 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 1125 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1520 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1690 Gold
      • Overcooked: 225 Gold
  • Wild Stormfish
    • Variant: The Wilds
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 450 Gold
      • Undercooked: 610 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 675 Gold
      • Overcooked: 100 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 1125 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1520 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1690 Gold
      • Overcooked: 225 Gold
  • Shadow Stormfish
    • Variant: Rare
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 4500 Gold
      • Undercooked: 6075 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 6750 Gold
      • Overcooked: 1015 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 11250 Gold
      • Undercooked: 15190 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 16875 Gold
      • Overcooked: 1400 Gold
  • Twilight Stormfish
    • Variant: Night (Can only be caught at night!)
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 450 Gold
      • Undercooked: 610 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 675 Gold
      • Overcooked: 100 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 1125 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1520 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1690 Gold
      • Overcooked: 225 Gold

Wildsplashes

A Wildsplash from Sea of Thieves.
Image Via: Sea of Thieves Wiki

Location: Open waters of The Wilds | Bait: Earthworms

  • Russet Wildsplash
    • Variant: Base
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 225 Gold
      • Undercooked: 305 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 350 Gold
      • Overcooked: 50 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 565 Gold
      • Undercooked: 765 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 850 Gold
      • Overcooked: 130 Gold
  • Sandy Wildsplash
    • Variant: Common
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 300 Gold
      • Undercooked: 405 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 450 Gold
      • Overcooked: 70 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 750 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1015 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1125 Gold
      • Overcooked: 170 Gold
  • Ocean Wildpslash
    • Variant: Uncommon
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 375 Gold
      • Undercooked: 505 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 565 Gold
      • Overcooked: 85 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 940 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1270 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1410 Gold
      • Overcooked: 210 Gold
  • Muddy Wildsplash
    • Variant: Rare
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 3000 Gold
      • Undercooked: 4050 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 4500 Gold
      • Overcooked: 675 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 7500 Gold
      • Undercooked: 10125 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 11250 Gold
      • Overcooked: 1690 Gold
  • Coral Wildsplash
    • Variant: Night (Can only be caught at night!)
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 300 Gold
      • Undercooked: 405 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 450 Gold
      • Overcooked: 70 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 750 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1015 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1125 Gold
      • Overcooked: 170 Gold

Related: Where to Sell Villainous Bounty Skull in Sea of Thieves - Pro Game Guides

Wreckers

A Wrecker fish from Sea of Theives.
Image via: Sea of Thieves Wiki

Location: Near Shipwrecks | Bait: Earthworms

  • Rose Wrecker
    • Variant: Base
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 375 Gold
      • Undercooked: 505 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 565 Gold
      • Overcooked: 85 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 940 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1270 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1410 Gold
      • Overcooked: 210 Gold
  • Sun Wrecker
    • Variant: Common
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 450 Gold
      • Undercooked: 610 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 675 Gold
      • Overcooked: 100 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 1125 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1520 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1690 Gold
      • Overcooked: 225 Gold
  • Blackcloud Wrecker
    • Variant: Uncommon
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 525 Gold
      • Undercooked: 710 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 790 Gold
      • Overcooked: 120 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 1315 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1775 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1975 Gold
      • Overcooked: 295 Gold
  • Snow Wrecker
    • Variant: Rare
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 3750 Gold
      • Undercooked: 5065 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 5625 Gold
      • Overcooked: 845 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 9375 Gold
      • Undercooked: 12655 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 14065 Gold
      • Overcooked: 2110 Gold
  • Moon Wrecker
    • Variant: Night (Can only be caught at night!)
    • Normal Value
      • Raw: 450 Gold
      • Undercooked: 610 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 675 Gold
      • Overcooked: 100 Gold
    • Trophy Value
      • Raw: 1125 Gold
      • Undercooked: 1520 Gold
      • Perfectly Cooked: 1690 Gold
      • Overcooked: 225 Gold

That's quite a list of fish! Now that you know where you can find them, check out our guide on How to Catch Fish!

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