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Different fish species can be caught in the different territories and seas of the world. The fish are also split between freshwater and seawater species. In the open waters of the ocean you can catch them from harpooning in addition to fishing with rods.

The following list has the fish ordered by type: Rare, Big and Common.

Notes:

  • From Balenos to Valencia all territories share the same Big fish species table. Kamasylvia has its own table, but keep in mind that some of the areas do not have it.
  • Hotspots are those locations where a number of seagulls (only at sea) have gathered and you can obtain Rare fish. They're found both on freshwater and seawater. Valencia and Kamasylvia freshwater areas do not currently have hotspots. To avoid confusion between them, the freshwater ones are usually called Freshwater Fish Spawns.
  • This list has been done with the data gathered, written and publicly shared by Moonraker and the MaoMaoPrince Fishing Community.

Freshwater

Balenos

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Name Type
Pacu icon.png Pacu Rare
Arowana icon.png Arowana Big
Carp icon.png Carp Big
Cherry Salmon icon.png Cherry Salmon Big
Freshwater Eel icon.png Freshwater Eel Big
Lenok icon.png Lenok Big
Striped Shiner icon.png Striped Shiner Big
Yellow-Head Catfish icon.png Yellow-Head Catfish Big
Catfish icon.png Catfish Common
Crucian Carp icon.png Crucian Carp Common
Bluegill icon.png Bluegill Common
Rosy Bitterling icon.png Rosy Bitterling Common
Soho Bitterling icon.png Soho Bitterling Common

Freshwater fish spawn species: Pacu.

Serendia

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Freshwater fish spawn species: Leather Carp.

Calpheon

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Name Type
Snakehead icon.png Snakehead Rare
Arowana icon.png Arowana Big
Carp icon.png Carp Big
Cherry Salmon icon.png Cherry Salmon Big
Freshwater Eel icon.png Freshwater Eel Big
Lenok icon.png Lenok Big
Striped Shiner icon.png Striped Shiner Big
Yellow-Head Catfish icon.png Yellow-Head Catfish Big
Dace icon.png Dace Common
Mudfish icon.png Mudfish Common
Notch Jaw icon.png Notch Jaw Common
Roundtail Paradisefish icon.png Roundtail Paradisefish Common
Salmon icon.png Salmon Common
Smelt icon.png Smelt Common

Freshwater fish spawn species: Mandarin fish.

Mediah

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Name Type
Leather Carp icon.png Leather Carp Rare
Piranha icon.png Piranha Rare
Arowana icon.png Arowana Big
Carp icon.png Carp Big
Cherry Salmon icon.png Cherry Salmon Big
Freshwater Eel icon.png Freshwater Eel Big
Lenok icon.png Lenok Big
Striped Shiner icon.png Striped Shiner Big
Yellow-Head Catfish icon.png Yellow-Head Catfish Big
Kuhlia Marginata icon.png Kuhlia Marginata Common
Sweetfish icon.png Sweetfish Common
Bleeker icon.png Bleeker Common
Crawfish icon.png Crawfish Common
Goby Minnow icon.png Goby Minnow Common
Perch icon.png Perch Common

Freshwater fish spawn species: Piranha.

Valencia

Show fish
Name Type
Pacu icon.png Pacu Rare
Arowana icon.png Arowana Big
Carp icon.png Carp Big
Cherry Salmon icon.png Cherry Salmon Big
Freshwater Eel icon.png Freshwater Eel Big
Lenok icon.png Lenok Big
Striped Shiner icon.png Striped Shiner Big
Yellow-Head Catfish icon.png Yellow-Head Catfish Big
Catfish icon.png Catfish Common
Bleeker icon.png Bleeker Common
Crawfish icon.png Crawfish Common
Goby Minnow icon.png Goby Minnow Common
Perch icon.png Perch Common
Kuhlia Marginata icon.png Kuhlia Marginata Common


Kamasylvia

Kamasylvia does not have a single fish table for all its territory. Instead, its various bodies of waters are divided into various tables with different fish species in each of them.

The low drop rate, high value Rare species Golden Siniperca can drop territory-wide in Kamasylvia.

Note: fish table names taken from Moonraker's guide.

Kamasylvia Vicinity

Associated nodes & areas include: Kamasylvia Vicinity

No fish species can be obtained here.

Atanis Pond

Associated nodes & areas include: Atanis Pond, Atanis Waterway, Caduil Forest, Krogdalo Trace, Manshaum Forest, Mirumok Ruins, Polly's Forest, Shady Tree Forest, Southern Kamasylvia, Tooth Fairy Cabin (North), Tooth Fairy Forest (North) and Viv Foretta's Hamlet.

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Navarn Steppe

Associated nodes & areas include: Loopy Tree Forest, Mirumok Ruins, Navarn Springs, Navarn Steppe, Shady Tree Forest, Tooth Fairy Cabin (South), Tooth Fairy Forest (South) and Western Valtarra Mountains.

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Okiara River

Associated nodes & areas include: Okiara River.

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Grána

Associated nodes & areas include: Grána.

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Lake Flondor

Associated nodes & areas include: Grána (East), Lake Flondor and Okiara River.

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Coastal (Inland)

Associated nodes & areas include: Grána (West), Gyfin Rhasia Temple, Krogdalo Trace, Looney Cabin, Loopy Tree Forest, Okiara River, Tooth Fairy Forest and Yianaro's Field.

Show fish
Name Type
Amur Minnow icon.png Amur Minnow Common
Bass icon.png Bass Common
Yellowfin Sculpin icon.png Yellowfin Sculpin Common


Coastal (Sea)

Associated nodes & areas include: Acher Western Camp, Grána (West), Gyfin Rhasia Temple, Krogdalo Trace, Looney Cabin, Loopy Tree Forest, Okiara River, Southern Kamasylvia and Tooth Fairy Forest.

Show fish
Name Type
Amur Minnow icon.png Amur Minnow Common
Bass icon.png Bass Common
Yellowfin Sculpin icon.png Yellowfin Sculpin Common


Moonraker's Kamasylvia fish locations map

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Moonraker Kamasylvia fish locations.png


Seawater

In the seas one can fish both with a rod and with a harpoon. Each sea or area will have both a rod/common section and a harpoon one. Note that you need to have invested in the origin node for each sea if you want full trading price.

As with the freshwater part, all named areas not found in the game are taken from Moonraker's guide.

Balenos

Includes: Balenos Islands, Olvia Sea, Nox Sea, Cron Islands, Arsha Sea and Eltro Sea.

Balenos Islands

Origin node: Luivano Island.

Note: the Balenos Islands area offers five fishing areas each one with different fish species.

Main sea channel

Show fish
Name Type
Beltfish icon.png Beltfish Common
Mackerel icon.png Mackerel Common
Trout icon.png Trout Common
Mudskipper icon.png Mudskipper Common
Rock Hind icon.png Rock Hind Common
Sandeel icon.png Sandeel Common
Sandfish icon.png Sandfish Common


'Flounder' marker

Show fish
Name Type
Flounder icon.png Flounder Common
Gunnel icon.png Gunnel Common
Sandeel icon.png Sandeel Common
Silver-Stripe Round Herring icon.png Silver-Stripe Round Herring Common
Starfish icon.png Starfish Common
Tongue Sole icon.png Tongue Sole Common


'Amberjack' marker

Show fish
Name Type
Amberjack icon.png Amberjack Common
Sardine icon.png Sardine Common
Butterflyfish icon.png Butterflyfish Common
Fourfinger Threadfin icon.png Fourfinger Threadfin Common
Jellyfish icon.png Jellyfish Common
Sandeel icon.png Sandeel Common


'Crab' marker

Show fish
Name Type
Blackfin Sweeper icon.png Blackfin Sweeper Common
Crab icon.png Crab Common
Croaker icon.png Croaker Common
Dollarfish icon.png Dollarfish Common
Horn Fish icon.png Horn Fish Common
Greenling icon.png Greenling Common
Shellfish icon.png Shellfish Common


Main Balenos Islands sea area

Show fish
Name Type
Grunt icon.png Grunt Rare
Moray icon.png Moray Rare
Nibbler icon.png Nibbler Rare
Bluefish icon.png Bluefish Common
Butterflyfish icon.png Butterflyfish Common
Clownfish icon.png Clownfish Common
Dolphinfish icon.png Dolphinfish Common
Filefish icon.png Filefish Common
Flatfish icon.png Flatfish Common
Saurel icon.png Saurel Common
Skipjack icon.png Skipjack Common
Squid icon.png Squid Common
Striped Catfish icon.png Striped Catfish Common
Surfperch icon.png Surfperch Common


Balenos Islands Harpoon

Show fish
Name Type
Killer Whale icon.png Killer Whale Rare
Mackereltuna icon.png Mackereltuna Rare
Pomfret icon.png Pomfret Big
Siganid icon.png Siganid Big
Skipjack icon.png Skipjack Common


Olvia Sea

Origin node: Olvia Coast

Show fish
Name Type
Smokey Chromis icon.png Smokey Chromis Rare
Bluefish icon.png Bluefish Common
Clownfish icon.png Clownfish Common
Dolphinfish icon.png Dolphinfish Common
Filefish icon.png Filefish Common
Flatfish icon.png Flatfish Common
Saurel icon.png Saurel Common
Skipjack icon.png Skipjack Common
Squid icon.png Squid Common
Striped Catfish icon.png Striped Catfish Common
Surfperch icon.png Surfperch Common


Olvia Sea Harpoon

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Ahrmo Sea

Origin node: Daton Island

Show fish
Name Type
Porcupine Fish icon.png Porcupine Fish Rare
Sea Bass icon.png Sea Bass Rare
Swellfish icon.png Swellfish Big
Bigeye icon.png Bigeye Common
Dolphinfish icon.png Dolphinfish Common
Flying Fish icon.png Flying Fish Common
Fourfinger Threadfin icon.png Fourfinger Threadfin Common
Pintado icon.png Pintado Common
Ray icon.png Ray Common
Mackerel Pike icon.png Mackerel Pike Common
Mullet icon.png Mullet Common
Saurel icon.png Saurel Common
Surfperch icon.png Surfperch Common


Ahrmo Sea Harpoon

Show fish
Name Type
Galeocerdo Cuvier icon.png Galeocerdo Cuvier Rare
Porcupine Fish icon.png Porcupine Fish Rare
Whale Shark icon.png Whale Shark Rare
Swellfish icon.png Swellfish Big
Flying Fish icon.png Flying Fish Common


Epheria Sea

Origin node: Randis Island

Work in progress.


Complete Fish Guide

Work in progress

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Page 2 Crucian Carp icon.png Crucian Carp Catfish icon.png Catfish
Page 3 Freshwater Eel icon.png Freshwater Eel Snakehead icon.png Snakehead
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Mandarin Fish icon.png Mandarin Fish
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Lenok icon.png Lenok
Right
Arowana icon.png Arowana
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Sweetfish icon.png Sweetfish
Right
Bass icon.png Bass
Page 8 Left
Dace icon.png Dace
Right
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Page 9 Left
Perch icon.png Perch
Right
Notch Jaw icon.png Notch Jaw
Page 10 Left
Mudfish icon.png Mudfish
Right
Goby Minnow icon.png Goby Minnow
Page 11 Left
Bitterling icon.png Bitterling
Right
Bleeker icon.png Bleeker
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Yellowfin Sculpin icon.png Yellowfin Sculpin
Right
Leather Carp icon.png Leather Carp
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Striped Shiner icon.png Striped Shiner
Right
Barbel Steed icon.png Barbel Steed
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Right
Bubble Eye icon.png Bubble Eye
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Pacu icon.png Pacu
Right
Yellow-Head Catfish icon.png Yellow-Head Catfish
Page 16 Left
Smelt icon.png Smelt
Right
?
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Roundtail Paradisefish icon.png Roundtail Paradisefish
Right
?
Page 18 Left
Spotted Barbel icon.png Spotted Barbel
Right
Miho Spine Loach icon.png Miho Spine Loach
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Diamond Minnow icon.png Diamond Minnow
Right
?
Page 20 Left
Common Minnow icon.png Common Minnow
Right
Stumpy Bullhead icon.png Stumpy Bullhead
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Golden Siniperca icon.png Golden Siniperca
Right
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Page 29 Left
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Left Right
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Saurel icon.png Saurel
Right
Silver-Stripe Round Herring icon.png Silver-Stripe Round Herring
Page 2 Left
Mudskipper icon.png Mudskipper
Right
?
Page 3 Left
Beltfish icon.png Beltfish
Right
Flounder icon.png Flounder
Page 4 Left
Amberjack icon.png Amberjack
Right
?
Page 5 Left
Swellfish icon.png Swellfish
Right
Rockfish icon.png Rockfish
Page 6 Left
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Right
Trout icon.png Trout
Page 7 Left
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Right
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Page 8 Left
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Right
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Page 9 Left
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Right
Mackerel icon.png Mackerel
Page 10 Left
Flying Fish icon.png Flying Fish
Right
Skipjack icon.png Skipjack
Page 11 Left
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Right
Filefish icon.png Filefish
Page 12 Left
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Right
Mullet icon.png Mullet
Page 13 Left
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Right
Cero icon.png Cero
Page 14 Left
Sea Eel icon.png Sea Eel
Right
?
Page 15 Left
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Right
Flatfish icon.png Flatfish
Page 16 Left
Grunt icon.png Grunt
Right
Herring icon.png Herring
Page 17 Left
Sardine icon.png Sardine
Right
Round Herring icon.png Round Herring
Page 18 Left
Whiting icon.png Whiting
Right
Dolphinfish icon.png Dolphinfish
Page 19 Left
Striped Catfish icon.png Striped Catfish
Right
Gunnel icon.png Gunnel
Page 20 Left
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Right
Nibbler icon.png Nibbler
Page 21 Left
Siganid icon.png Siganid
Right
Bluefish icon.png Bluefish
Page 22 Left
Surfperch icon.png Surfperch
Right
Blackfin Sweeper icon.png Blackfin Sweeper
Page 23 Left
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Right
Maomao icon.png Maomao
Page 24 Left
Pintado icon.png Pintado
Right
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Page 25 Left
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Right
Sandfish icon.png Sandfish
Page 26 Left
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Right
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Page 27 Left
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Right
Fourfinger Threadfin icon.png Fourfinger Threadfin
Page 28 Left
Grayling icon.png Grayling
Right
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Page 29 Left
Rock Hind icon.png Rock Hind
Right
Butterflyfish icon.png Butterflyfish
Page 30 Left
Clownfish icon.png Clownfish
Right
Blue Tang icon.png Blue Tang
Page 31 Left
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Pomfret icon.png Pomfret
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Moray icon.png Moray
Page 44 Left
Tilefish icon.png Tilefish
Right
Porcupine Fish icon.png Porcupine Fish
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Tongue Sole icon.png Tongue Sole
Right
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Page 46 Left
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Right
Mackerel Pike icon.png Mackerel Pike
Page 47 Left
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Dollarfish icon.png Dollarfish
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Sandeel icon.png Sandeel
Right
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Page 56 Coelacanth icon.png Coelacanth
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Terrapin icon.png Terrapin
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Crawfish icon.png Crawfish
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Page 1 ? Jellyfish icon.png Jellyfish
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