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How to Fish in Harvest Moon Hero of Leaf Valley

Hi Harvester, back again with gamelmit, on this occasion gamelmit will discuss about fishing in Harvest Moon HoLV, especially for those of you who are new to the game and don’t know how to fish, where to fish or even the fish you will get when fishing.

Previously, fishing itself was one of the activities that was quite in demand by many people to fill their spare time or just as a hobby.

While in Harvest Moon HoLV fishing is an activity to get gold, make fishprints, and one thing that is interesting by fishing other than the fish you get is the opportunity to get a treasure chest.

So fishing in Harvest Moon HoLV is indeed profitable, especially when you start playing. But at the beginning of the game you can’t go fishing right away because you don’t have a fishing rod yet.

So in order to have a fishing rod you can buy it at the Louis shop for 600 G and can be upgraded to Hyper HDX to get a much bigger fish. Besides buying, you can also have a fishing rod for free from Kurt when participating in The Silver Fish event.

How to Fish in Harvest Moon HoLV

After having a fishing rod, now you can start fishing. For fishing yourself it is very easy, namely:

1. Looking for fishing spots

First, when you want to fish, of course you have to find a spot or place to fish. But in Harvest Moon [HoLV] not all places can be used for fishing.

There are only 4 places that you can use for fishing. Two of them are available at the start of playing. While the other two must be opened first. Here are the 4 places that you can use for fishing:

• Crystal Bay

Crystal Bay is the first place that you can use for fishing. The place is beautiful and not far from the villa. When fishing in crystal bay, you will be able to get big fish and treasure chests.

• Mallard Lake

It is located next to the church and is where you get Silver Fish when you join The Silver Fish event. Meanwhile, the fish you get when you fish here are not as big as what you can get in crystal bay.

• Goddess Spring

You have to collect 10 fishprints to be able to fish in this place. The location is narrower than other fishing spots. But the fish you get are no less interesting, even in this place you have the opportunity to get rare items.

Also Read: How to Get All Fishprints in Harvest Moon [HoLV].

• Underground Lake

Just like goddess spring in order to fish here you have to collect fishprints first. The difference is that underground lakes require more, which is 20 fishprints, but it’s worth it because when you fish in underground lakes that are in mining you can get big fish like those in crystal bay .

2. Using the Special Fishing Bait

To avoid getting trash when fishing you can use the special fishing bait first before starting to fish.

You can get special fishing bait from the dwarves when you give them their favourites, make them yourself using Transformer no. 2, and can buy them with medals during horse racing events.

3. Press “box” to start fishing, then fish will appear

4. Then press “X” to throw and aim the fishing line at the fish you want to catch

5. Finally, when the bait is eaten, an exclamation point will appear and you can press “X” when the blue circle is in a black circle. Repeat until the fish icon points to your icon until you get it, but when wrong press X when the blue circle is outside the black circle and fish icon pointing to the water means the fish is released.

Now that’s how to fish in Harvest Moon HoLV and you need to know that every fish you get has a different selling price, place, and season to get it. For that, you can see the list of fishing results below.

List of Fishing Results in Harvest Moon HoLV



1. Char ( 40 G )

Goddess Spring – Fall & Winter

2. White Spot Char (50 G)
Mallard Lake – Summer
Goddess Spring – Spring & Summer

3. Masu Salmon (40 G)
Goddess Spring – Winter


4. Sakura Salmon (60 G)
Underground Lake – Fall & Winter


5. Pale Chub ( 40 G )
Goddess Spring – Spring


6. Dark Chub (40 G)
Goddess Spring – Spring


7. Smelt (20 G)
Mallard Lake & Goddess Spring – All Seasons


8. Surfsmelt (20 G)
Crystal Bay & Mallard Lake – Spring & Winter
Underground Lake – Winter


9. Loach (30 G)
Goddess Spring – Spring & Summer


10. Rainbow Trout (40 G)
Mallard Lake & Goddess Spring – Spring


11. C. Rainbow Trout (60 G)
Underground Lake – Spring12. Sardines (40 G)
Crystal Bay – All seasons


13. Anchovies (30 G)
Crystal Bay – Spring,Summer & Fall


14. Horse Mackerel (40 G)
Crystal Bay – Summer & Fall


15. White Trevally (50 G)
Underground Lake – Summer


16. Mackerel (30 G)
Crystal Bay – Summer & Fall


17. Blue Mackerel (40 G)
Crystal Bay – Summer & Fall


18. Black Rockfish (20 G)
Crystal Bay – Spring


19. Red Rockfish (40 G)
Underground Lake – Spring


20. Sweetfish (21. Dace ( 50 G )
Goddess Spring – Spring & Summer


22. Eel (60 G)
Mallard Lake & Underground Lake – Summer & Winter
Goddess Spring – Summer & Fall


23. Garden Eel (80 G)
Crystal Bay – Spring & Summer
Mallard Lake – Summer


24. Dark Sleeper (60 G)
Mallard Lake & Goddess Spring – Winter


25. Catfish (60 G)
Mallard Lake & Goddess Spring – Spring & Summer


26. Blackbass (70 G)
Underground Lake – All seasons


27. Snakehead Block (90 G)
Underground Lake – All seasons


28. Tiger Globefish (80 G)
Crystal Bay & Underground Lake – Fall & Winter


29. Raven Globefish (100 G)
Crystal Bay & Underground Lake – Fall & Winter


30. Porgy (80 G)
Crystal Bay – Summer


31. Black Porgy (90 G)
Underground Lake – Spring, Fall & Winter


32. Pike (60 G)
Crystal Bay – Fall


33. Cod (80 G)
Crystal Bay & Underground Lake – Winter

34. Alaska Pollock (70 G)
Crystal Bay & Underground Lake – Fall & Winter


35. Greenling (60 G)
Mallard Lake & Goddess Spring – Fall & Winter


36. Amberjack (80 G)
Crystal Bay & Underground Lake – Winter


37. Young Amberjack (60 G)
Crystal Bay – Winter


38. Chicken Grunt (70 G)
Mallard Lake & Goddess Spring – Fall & Winter


39. Mountain Grunt ( 60 G )
Mallard Lake & Goddess Spring – Spring,Fall & Winter


40. Leatherfish (60 G)
Crystal Bay – Fall


41. Black Scraper Fish (80 G)
Crystal Bay – Fall & Winter


42. Pacific Herring (70 G)
Crystal Bay – Winter


43. Flounder (80 G)
Crystal Bay & Underground Lake – Summer


44. Right-eye Flounder ( 80 G )
Underground Lake – Summer


45. Salmon (80 G)
Crystal Bay & Goddess Spring – Fall


46. ​​Huchen (110 G)
Underground Lake – Spring


47. Dolphin Fish ( 140 G )
Underground Lake – Summer


48. Tuna (170 G)
Crystal Bay & Underground Lake – Fall


49. Monkfish (120 G)
Underground Lake – Spring & Winter


50. Albacore ( 90 G )
Crystal Bay – Spring & Fall


51. Loogtooth Grouper ( 80 G )
Crystal Bay – Summer


52. Spanish Mackerel (90 G)
Crystal Bay – Spring


53. Nagi ( 90 G )
Crystal Bay – Spring

54. Swordfish (150 G)
Crystal Bay & Underground Lake – Spring & Summer


55. Squid (60 G)
Crystal Bay – Spring & Summer


56. Pacific Flying Squid (40 G)
Crystal Bay – All Seasons


57. Octopus (50 G)
Crystal Bay – All Seasons


58. Occellated Octopus ( 50 G )
Crystal Bay – Fall & Winter


59. Shirmp (40 G)
Crystal Bay – Spring & Fall


60. Sweet Shrimp (20 G)
Crystal Bay – Summer & Fall


61. Homard (70 G)
Underground Lake – Summer & Fall


62. Black Homard (100 G)
Underground Lake – Summer & Fall

63. Lobster (70 G)
Crystal Bay – Summer & Fall


64. Sunken Treasure ( 1000 G )
Crystal Bay & Underground Lake

65. Pirate Treasure ( 1200 G )
Crystal Bay & Underground Lake

66. Earthenware ( 750 G )
Goddess Spring

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