Looking for something new to do in Animal Crossing: New Horizons this October? Check out our roundup of all the new bugs and fish you can catch!
New Bugs and Fish for October 2020 Northern Hemisphere
In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, October is an excellent month for insect and fish capturing. As summer comes to a close and colder temperatures approach, gamers in the Northern Hemisphere will begin to discover new bugs and fish. Pondskater, miniature lanternshrimp, violin beetle, flea, ladybug, and other new bugs have been discovered. Along with these creatures, some of the most elusive catches in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, such as the Yellow Perch, Golden Trout, and Stringfish, may be found.
These fish may be caught with a fishing rod in rivers or with a net in ponds. Sea butterflies, which are accessible at night, mantis shrimp, which are available during sunsets, footballfish, which are available during rain showers, and Moray eels, which are available all day, may be found on the rocks near your beach. October is a fantastic month for fishing and capturing creatures, with all of these bugs and fish now accessible in your game.
New Bugs and Fish for October 2020 Southern Hemisphere
October has here, bringing with it several new bugs and fish in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. These new creatures are currently accessible in the Southern Hemisphere and will be released later this month in the Northern Hemisphere.
The following bugs are available: Ants, Citrus Long-Horned Beetles, Saw Stag, Giant Stag, Horned Hercules, Rainbow Stag, Cyclommatus Stag, Goliath Beetle, Robbins’ Butterfly, and Agrias Butterfly. The following fish are available: Barbel steed, Clownfish Angus Olive Flounder, Football Fish Pop-Eyed Goldfish, and Stringfish.
To capture these elusive animals, players will need to employ a number of ways such as bait fishing or catching them from the air using a net. Furthermore, some of the animals, such as butterflies, may only be captured at certain times of day, so prepare appropriately. With so many new animals to catch, hunting these October 2020 Southern Hemisphere bugs and fish will be a lot of fun.