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Catch these Animal Crossing: New Horizons fish and bugs before March ends

The first month is ending for Animal Crossing: New Horizons on Switch, and with it, a bunch of fish and bugs will grow to be unavailable till later this 12 months and even subsequent 12 months.

To assist ensure you seize what you may earlier than they disappear, we’ve put collectively a listing of issues to seek out and fill out the the Museum.

While people who time journey don’t have as a lot to fret about in relation to catching this number of bugs, folks taking part in by the day is not going to need to wait months to proceed their assortment.

For fish, we suggest utilizing bait, crafted utilizing the manila clams which you could dig up on the seaside, to rapidly spawn fish within the desired location. Simply make the bait at your crafting desk and toss it into the water out of your stock.

We’ve damaged up the hemispheres into two separate tables, as Northern Hemisphere gamers will solely discover a handful of critters leaving their islands. Meanwhile, Southern Hemisphere gamers can be saying goodbye to a big chunk of fish and bugs as they enter the colder months.

Fish and bugs leaving Animal Crossing: New Horizons after March (Northern Hemisphere)

Critter kind Name Location Size Value Time
Critter kind Name Location Size Value Time
Fish Bitterling River Smallest 900 All day
Fish Yellow Perch River Medium 300 All day
Fish Stringfish River (Clifftop) Largest 15,000 Four p.m. – 9 a.m.
Fish Sturgeon River (mouth) Largest 10,000 All day
Fish Sea Butterfly Sea Smallest 1,000 All day
Fish Football Fish Sea Large 2,500 Four p.m. – 9 a.m.
Bug Emperor Butterfly Flying N/A 4,000 5 p.m. – Eight a.m.

Fish and bugs leaving Animal Crossing: New Horizons after March (Southern Hemisphere)

Critter kind Name Location Size Value Time
Critter kind Name Location Size Value Time
Fish Crawfish Pond Medium 200 All day
Fish Soft-shelled Turtle River Large 3,750 Four p.m. – 9 a.m.
Fish Sweetfish River Medium 900 All day
Fish Salmon River (mouth) Small 700 All day
Fish King Salmon River (mouth) Smallest 1,800 All day
Fish Nibble Fish River Small 1,500 9 a.m. – Four p.m.
Fish Piranha River Small 2,500 9 a.m. – Four p.m., 9 p.m. – Four a.m.
Fish Arowana River Large 10,000 Four p.m. – 9 a.m.
Fish Dorado River X Large 15,000 Four a.m – 9 p.m.
Fish Arapaima River 10,000 Four p.m. – 9 a.m.
Fish Saddled Bichir River Large 4,000 9 p.m. – Four a.m.
Fish Clown Fish Sea Smallest 650 All day
Fish Surgeonfish Sea Small 1,000 All day
Fish Butterfly Fish Sea Small 1,000 All day
Fish Puffer Fish Sea Medium 250 All day
Fish Ocean Sunfish Sea Largest (Fin) 4,000 Four a.m. – 9 p.m.
Fish Saw Shark Sea Largest (fin) 12,000 Four p.m. – 9 a.m.
Fish Hammerhead Shark Sea Largest (fin) 8,000 Four p.m. – 9 a.m.
Fish Great White Shark Sea Largest (fin) 15,000 Four p.m. – 9 a.m.
Fish Whale Shark Sea Largest (fin) 13,000 All day
Fish Suckerfish Sea (Fin) 1,500 All day
Bug Tiger Butterfly Flying N/A 240 Four a.m. – 7 p.m.
Bug Great Purple Emperor Flying N/A Four a.m. – 7 p.m.
Bug Agrias Butterfly Flying N/A 3,000 Eight a.m. – 5 p.m.
Bug Queen Alexandra’s Birdwing Flying N/A 4,000 Eight a.m. – Four p.m.
Bug Atlas Moth On timber N/A 3,000 7 p.m. – Four a.m.
Bug Madagascan Sunset Moth Flying N/A 2,500 Eight a.m. – Four p.m.
Bug Grasshopper On floor N/A 160 Eight a.m. – 5 p.m.
Bug Walker Cicada On timber N/A 400 Eight a.m. – 5 p.m.
Bug Pondskater Ponds N/A 130 Eight a.m. – 7 p.m.
Bug Diving Beetle Ponds and rivers N/A 800 Eight a.m. – 7 p.m.
Bug Giant Water Bug Ponds and rivers N/A 2,000 7 p.m. – Eight a.m.
Bug Stinkbug On flowers N/A 120 All day
Bug Rosalia Batesi Beetle On tree stumps N/A 3,000 All day
Bug Earth-boring Dung Beetle On floor N/A 300 All day
Bug Goliath Beetle On timber N/A 8,000 5 p.m. – Eight a.m.
Bug Rainbow Stag On timber N/A 6,000 7 p.m. – Eight a.m.
Bug Walking Leaf Near timber, disguised as furnishings leaf N/A 600 All day
Bug Mosquito Flying N/A 130 5 p.m. – Four a.m.

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