Stardew Valley: Fish Ponds Guide | Fish Ponds
Stardew Valley: Fish Ponds Guide , Stardew Valley Fish Pond, The Best Fish To Keep In The Ponds ; Stardew Valley fish ponds offer a whole new way to raise animals and get items. Here is everything you need to know.
Stardew Valley 1.5 update, fish ponds introduced stone ponds that players can place on their farms to raise fish and collect items. For players who want to get more out of the game's fishing mechanics, this offers a world of opportunity and some great ways to make money on the farm.
Stardew Valley'Each fish species in the game comes with its own unique quirks and can provide unique advantages to the player. For players looking to expand the way they raise animals on their farms, fish ponds are a great way to explore. Here's what players need to know about building them and maximizing profits.
Stardew Valley : Building Ponds
Like other farm constructions, players can purchase fish ponds from Robin in the carpenter's shop. To build a fishpond, players will need:
- 200 Stone
- 5 Green Algae
- 5 seaweed
When the pond is complete and a fish is caught, the player can place it in a pond. Legendary fish cannot live in ponds (nor could their cousins from Mr. Qi's “Extended Family” contest), but all other species can. Once there is at least one fish in the pond, it will start spawning every few days (except the Tiger Trout) and increase the population of the pond.
When the pool reaches a certain capacity, a yellow exclamation mark will appear above the pool. This indicates that the fish inside has a quest that demands a certain item for the player. The exact item varies greatly depending on the fish species and can range from insect meat to building materials, cooked food and rare gemstones. Check out the Stardew Valley wiki for a full list of items that various fish will want.
Some species only ask for items twice; others may request items up to four times. These may occur in 1, 3, 5 and/or 7 fish populations, depending on the species. Once each mission is completed, the pool's max fill will increase to a total of 10 fish after the last mission.
Fishing in the Lake
As long as at least one fish remains in the pond, the population will continue to grow to the current maximum value of the pond. This means that as long as the player doesn't completely empty the pool, it will provide them with an endless supply of that type of fish.
Because all of these recipes call for any fish, an endless supply of fish means an endless supply of maki rolls, sashimi, and quality fertilizer. Additionally, if players have a favorite recipe that calls for a particular fish, it can be very useful to allocate a fishpond to that species.
Depending on the population and species, the fish in the pond will produce crops for harvest every 1-3 days. Collecting these items will grant the player a small amount of Fishing Experience; The exact amount depends on the item.
Almost all fish have a chance to spawn, and players have a chance to spawn eggs that they can place in Preserves Jars to make Old Roe (or in the case of Sturgeon, Caviar). The only fish that do not produce roe deer are the Squid and Midnight Squid, which regularly produce Squid Ink. Many fish produce other products in addition to eggs; specific items are species dependent. A full breakdown is available on the Stardew Valley wiki, but read below for descriptions of some of the fish that offer the best items.
The Best Fish to Keep in Pools
While all fish eggs can be aged in a Preserves Jar, Sturgeon Caviar is the only roe that will do. This gourmet product is worth 500 gr (or 700 gr with Artisan profession).
sturgeon It may be hard to catch, but the payoff is worth it. Fish for them in the mountain lake between 6 am and 7 pm, summer or winter.
sturgeon Guide And Tips
Like most fish, stingrays produce eggs; however, there is a chance to craft a number of other items, some of which are quite useful and not so easy to obtain. These include:
- Magma Cap: 4% daily chance to appear at max pool capacity
- 2-5 Cinder Shards: 9-10% chance at max capacity
- Dragon Tooth: 5% chance at max capacity
- Battery Pack: 9-10% chance at max capacity
Players can fish for Stingrays at Pirate Cove on Ginger Island, which is unlocked by purchasing the Beach Resort. They can be caught at any time of the day in any season.
While they are not the most attractive fish, Aged Blobfish have prices comparable to Roe Caviar. Additionally, there is a chance to spawn some cool items once the fishpond reaches its maximum population:
Pearl1.7-1.9% chance per day
5 Hot Totems: Farm, 1,7-1,9% chance per day
Fish for Blobfish with a Submarine cruise at the Night Market.
In addition to the usual roe deer, an Octopus has a 1-10% chance to spawn 15-16 Omni Geodes per day. These rainbow-spotted geodes can contain anything from Prismatic Fragments to rare artifacts and building materials. Players can also exchange them for rare items in the Calico Desert.
Head to the Beach between 06:00 and 13:00 in the summer to catch an octopus. Alternatively, try Ginger Island West at these times in any season.