赤い蝶
Posted 706 days
I don't see one yet so just making a list of fish and lands so we don't have to go digging for the info every time we need it.

Why Fish?
    Fishing is an active method of earning gold whereas farming and pets are passive and take time. This makes fishing currently the easiest/fastest way to make gold if you want active play. You're limited only by the amount of ponds you can find per hour, and its pretty profitable! To make the Stick Rod (currently the only rod we can make.) it costs 240g in materials. Your Stick Rod has 30 charges on it. Assuming you don't break your lines that's 30 fish lets assume you catch only the smallest possible fish. Its a 4in Molly - This is impossible I've only caught a 4in twice, most fish you catch will be in the middle size range. But lets assume you do the impossible and catch 30, 4in mollys and sellbox them. Your 30 mollys would be worth 360g. Since the creation of the rod is 240g, its impossible not to run a profit, so fishing is always good!

    The opposite end of impossible (the current largest fish is a 34in Koi) if you got 30 of the largest fish and sold them it would be 10,200g. So your profit per rod will be between 120-9,960g per rod. I usually make around 4-5k per rod.

    To apply this to AFK Fishing; each bait (worm) is 5g. I'm getting an average of about 1 fish per 10 or so attempts. Which means about 50g per fish. Black Mollys are a wash in this setup. But all other fish give you profit, so if you're not planning on doing anything (In other words if you're going to be AFK) its still worth it though not as profitable as Rod Fishing. Plus AFK fishing has some of its own unique catches so its worth giving it a try.

    Contests
      Usually during the seasonal festivals when you can upgrade your farm pets, there's a fishing round. The Fishing contest is to catch the biggest fish possible. This doesn't have to be done within the time frame so its a good idea to save your biggest fish in your inventory or bank and turn it in when the contest comes around. Every time its come around so far, the prize has been a Material Pack. So long as that doesn't change here's whats in the pack.
        Image100x Copper Ore
        Image100x Linden Log
        Image50x Wheat
        Image50x Stone
        Image20x Screws
        Image10x Electrical Parts
        Image1x Blade Feather
      That blade feather alone makes it worth hanging onto your biggest fish because those are extremely hard to scavenge.

How to fish?
    Manual Fishing
    First you need to equip a Fishing Rod. Then get close to a pond and you'll see a yellow square appear in the water. Click/tap it or hit spacebar. This pulls up 2 bars. The right bar is your progress, the left bar is your play area. You have to wait to hook a fish, in the Progress bar look for a green fish to appear along the bottom. When you see the green fish, click/tap or hit spacebar, This will hook the fish. Now ignore the Green fish and look to the play bar. In your play area you'll see a red fish, and a yellow bubble. You are the yellow bubble, the bubble will constantly move up the bar automatically. Your goal is to keep your Yellow bubble on the red fish. You need to hold down your click/tap/spacebar to move the bubble down, or let go to allow the bubble to move up. Whenever the red fish is within the yellow bubble your reeling in, and when the red fish is not in the bubble the fish is getting away. This can be seen in the progress bar if the green fish is going up or down. When the red fish is in the yellow bubble and you're reeling, in the green fish goes up the progress bar. When the green fish is past the top of the bar, you catch the fish!

    Neither the red nor green fish represent the fish you will catch. You don't know what fish you got until you catch it.

    AFK Fishing
    This method is much easier then Manual Fishing. Equip some bait, then get close to a pond until you see the yellow square in the water. Click/Tap/or hit Spacebar you'll sit and begin to fish. Now let it do its thing. You do need to keep that tab open to continue fishing, but if you open a new window, you can browse whatever you like as it fishes for you. Personally if I'm going to play a game I open a window in the background and let it fish. It will attempt to fish every 10 seconds or so, every attempt will not succeed. From my experience I would guess its 1 in 10 or so that will land a fish.

Pond List


Tools
There is currently only one rod, I just assume there will be more someday.

    Stick Rod
    Craft: Image(x2)Image(x2)Image(x20)
    Buy: None
    Charges: 30
    Material Cost: 240g
    Sellbox: 120g

    Fishing Worm
    Craft: None
    Buy: 5g
    Charges: 1
    Material Cost: 0g
    Sellbox: 0g
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赤い蝶
Posted 706 days
Fish
Rarity and size is based on my experience, if you find a size outside of what I have listed please post it! I did round to the nearest solid number I had though because I don't think we get credit for fractions of gold, the fraction sizes seem to be for contests. Rarity seems to be connected to their maximum size but I have no solid confirmation of this. Right now there aren't too many fish, but I'll have to change this layout when there are more. Right now there is only one location, but if you look at your collections there is a Saltwater Fish collection suggesting there will be more types of location in the future. If that never happens and the salt water fish just start appearing in the ponds I'll remove the location details. Price is Per Inch not fish, so if you turn in a 4 inch Black Molly you get 12g from sellbox not 3g.

    Black Molly
    Location: Ponds
    Tool: Rod/Bait
    Rarity: Very Common
    Size: 4-13in
    Sellbox Price: 3g/in

    Gold Fish
    Location: Ponds
    Tool: Rod/Bait
    Rarity: Common
    Size: 8-19in
    Sellbox Price: 5g/in

    Chili Fish
    Location: Ponds
    Tool: Rod/Bait
    Rarity: Uncommon
    Size: 10-24in
    Sellbox Price: 5g/in

    Double Tail Betta
    Location: Ponds
    Tool: Rod/Bait
    Rarity: Rare
    Size: 18-27in
    Sellbox Price: 8g/in

    Kohaku Koi
    Location: Ponds
    Tool: Rod
    Rarity: Very Rare
    Size: 12-34in
    Sellbox Price: 10g/in

    Showa Koi
    Location: Ponds
    Tool: Bait
    Rarity: Very Rare
    Size: 12-34in
    Sellbox Price: 10g/in

    Image Whitefish Fry
    Location: Rivers
    Tool: Rod/Bait
    Rarity: Very Common
    Size: 2-10in
    Sellbox Price: 2g/in

    Image Blacktail Redhorse
    Location: Rivers
    Tool: Rod/Bait
    Rarity: Common
    Size: 12-24in
    Sellbox Price: 5 g/in

    Image Gizzard Shad
    Location: Rivers
    Tool: Rod/Bait
    Rarity: Uncommon
    Size: 5-18in
    Sellbox Price: 5 g/in

    Image Jakunda
    Location: Rivers
    Tool: Rod
    Rarity: Rare
    Size: 2-6in
    Sellbox Price: 10 g/in

    Image River Eel
    Location: Rivers
    Tool: Rod
    Rarity: Very Rare
    Size: 4-20in
    Sellbox Price: 15g/in

    I assume Bait also has a River rare, but I have not found it yet.
    ???
    Location: Rivers
    Tool: Bait
    Rarity: Very Rare
    Size: ??in
    Sellbox Price: ??g/in


Trade-Ins

    Black Molly Sticker
    Trade in: Image (x5)
    Type: Sticker

    Goldfish Sticker
    Trade in: Image (x5)
    Type: Sticker

    Chili Fish Sticker
    Trade in: Image (x5)
    Type: Sticker

    Double Tail Betta Sticker
    Trade in: Image (x5)
    Type: Sticker

    Kohaku Koi Sticker
    Trade in: Image (x5)
    Type: Sticker

    Showa Koi Sticker
    Trade in: Image (x5)
    Type: Sticker

    Kohaku Skirt
    Trade in: Image (x8)
    Type: Clothing

    Showa Skirt
    Trade in: Image (x8)
    Type: Clothing

Limited Time

    Shark Puppy
    When: Summer
    Location: Ponds
    Tool: Rod
    Rarity: Very Rare

    Valentine Shark Puppy
    When: Valentines
    Location: Ponds
    Tool: Rod
    Rarity: Uncommon

    Easter Shark Puppy
    When: Easter
    Location: Ponds
    Tool: Bait
    Rarity: Very Rare
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赤い蝶
Posted 706 days
Grab a couple post just in case I need to expand later

Afrius
Posted 667 days
Thank you for a really good run down here on fishing.
Do you have an information on fishing with the worms?. I fail to catch anything at all with every one. Do I need to be a higher level?

Vexous
Posted 667 days
Auto Fishing is done that way for balance, it's intentional ^_^
You have a far higher chance doing it manually as that takes alot more effort, so if your looking for profit i'd stick to manual fishing.

The post here better explains it:
https://solia.online/forum/Site+Announc ... Qs/369200/

赤い蝶
Posted 660 days
Sorry, I don't check the forums every day.
I've added information on AFK fishing, Limited Time fishing, The new trade in's and Showa fish.
The information on the Showa is currently based on assumption, I've only caught one so far so I'm not 100% sure on its data.

赤い蝶
Posted 630 days
The shark puppy seems easier to catch this year, I'll keep trying to confirm before updating the rarity.

Allen Tepes
Posted 50 days
Has anyone tried river fishing yet?
If not then I can provide some information on the fishes that can be found on the river. :^_^:

赤い蝶
Posted 48 days
I have all my notes for it but never realized I forgot to put it in here. I'm missing a fish still though. I've got an eel for the rarest when using a rod, I don't know what the worm fishing rare fish is. Does anyone have it?

With the changes in fishing I'm going to have to really change the page, I'll try to update it tonight now that I realized I forgot to before. :nuuu: :nuuu:

赤い蝶
Posted 48 days
I updated real quick with the info I have, its getting messy so I'll pretty it later. The info I'm missing is if Jakunda can be caught with bait, If the Eel can be caught with Bait, and if either of them cannot does it have an equivalent when fishing with bait like the pond Koi do.

And like always my sizes might be off.

Allen Tepes
Posted 47 days
No worries. :^_^:

Eel can be caught with rod like Jakunda. Not sure of bait yet. The sizes with them are roughly the same as Double Tail Beta and Kohaku Koi, for the eel anyway. With Jakunda, I think they’re the same size as the goldfish. You can find them in Wagon Trail 3 at the end of the river (not the mouth of the river). Yes, it’s a very specific area.

They’re more rare than they are very rare, it’s just a matter of where to find them in the river. Generally you want to stay in the middle to fish them out since the river has a variety of fish versus the pond, where it’s only 6 (if you include bait fishing as well).

I think the very rare one is the Utsuri and Shiro Utsuri, which I have yet to find.

There’s also the carp fry as well, which I have not found yet as well.

I would have to play more on the bait to fetch more information. I’ll let you know when I have more.

赤い蝶
Posted 38 days
More Kois? I've never seen any new kois. I have been fishing more again but still haven't gotten a Jakunda or Eel with bait.
Sorry I'm not on the forum often.

Do the different rivers have different stuff? I thought a river would be a river based on just how all the ponds are ponds.

Allen Tepes
Posted 13 days
No worries.

Supposedly based on the freshwater fish collection, but I don’t think any of them are in the system yet which is really weird. (Yeah, had to look more into it)

I think based on the fish that are found thus far reflects what the users see in the ponds (in Linden anyway).

Not sure about Sovern yet. They might do something different in that area.

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