Southern hemisphere months are written in brackets.
“#” is the position a particular fish has in your Critterpedia app, top to bottom from left to right.
“📏” refers to the size of the fish’s shadow, on a scale of 1 to 6. Eel shadows are long and thin, while finned shadows are always size 6 and have a fin.
The following is a list of links to each section. I’ll get around to making a southern hemisphere list sometime in April. Maybe one day there will be a big table on here, as well, but they don’t work too well on mobile devices.
River mouth fish can be caught where rivers join the sea. Sprinkling bait in the river by the rocks will usually result in a river fish spawning, but occasionally a river mouth fish will spawn instead. Naturally-spawned river mouth fish are usually a tad further out to sea, but still close to the river.
Catching cliff fish
Cliff fish can be caught in elevated bodies of water. If you needed a ladder to get there, you’re in the right spot! Regular river fish may also spawn at the clifftops.
Catching pier fish
Pier fish can be caught from the wooden pier on the west or east side of your island. Sea fish may also spawn at the pier.
Fish leaving after March (September)
There are 29 fish leaving after March in the Northern and Southern hemispheres combined.
There are 6 fish leaving after March in the Northern hemisphere.
There are 23 fish leaving after March in the Southern hemisphere.