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In this Core Guardian Fishing guide, I will tell you everything you need to know about fishing, what types of fish you can catch and where to catch them!

Core Guardian Fishing Guide – How to Fish

Fishing is quite simple in Core Guardian — at least at first.

First, you will need to get a fishing rod. If you can’t find any, you’ll need to level up Tin by exploring the Clay Caves biome and mining Tin. Once you have a fishing rod you will simply need to look for blue sparkles above the water with fish below – this is where you will need to land your bobber.

Fish spawns will give you different fish depending on the biome you are in. Keep in mind that they don’t last forever; eventually they will run out of fish and you will have to move elsewhere.

I strongly recommend that you pay attention to the sound. The noises you hear combined with the signals on the screen will help you quickly learn the pattern of a particular fish.

Once you’ve caught a fish, you can choose to eat it raw, cook it, or sell it.

Your rod indicator (1), fish progress (2) and line tension (3). Fish will sometimes try to run away (4).

the Core Guardian The Fishing UI Explained

the Core Guardian Fishing Ui is quite easy to understand – there are only 4 parts.

  1. Rod Indicator – This indicates whether you are reeling in a fish or letting the line run out.
  2. Fish Progress – This shows your progress towards catching a fish. You will have to shoot the fish to the left of the bar. If it reaches the right side of the bar, the fish escapes.
  3. Line Tension – This shows how close your line is to breaking. If this bar fills up, the line breaks and the fish escapes. Rewinding a fish increases line tension, and rewinding a fish while it is running quickly increases line tension.
  4. Running Fish – A running fish will be colored red. Don’t spool it up if you can avoid it – you’ll quickly increase the line tension and risk the fish escaping!

How Fishing Patterns Work

Most fishing games you’ve played have some sort of pattern for each fish. Core Guardian is no different – every fish has a split pattern between “shooting” (trying to get away) and “resting” (exhausted and can’t shoot). These patterns loop, so a fish can do a short pull, short rest, short pull, long rest, and then return to the start of the pattern.

Recognizing these patterns is key to catching tougher fish. I’ve come up with a simple system to indicate the duration of a pull or rest to give you an idea of ​​how each fish behaves.

Note: This pattern system is not perfect. The patterns are there to give you a rough idea of ​​how a fish behaves. Eventually, you’ll be able to recognize the fish you’re retrieving simply by recognizing its pattern!

fishing patterns

  • P – Short draw
  • PP – Medium Tensile
  • PPP – Long Draw
  • R – Short Rest
  • RR – Average Rest
  • RRR – Long Rest

Core Keeper Fishing Guide - List

Core Guardian Fishing Guide – Fish List

i will wrap this Core Guardian Fishing guide with a list of all the fish I found in the game. Keep in mind that this may not include all fish – some of them are very rare and have a fairly low chance of appear.


Dirty biome fish

These are the fish you can find in the Dirt biome, Core Guardian starting area.

orange cave guppy
  • Model – PPP RRR
  • +10 Food
  • +2.1 hit points every second for 20 seconds
  • Can be cooked
blue cave guppy
  • Pattern – PP RR PP RRR
  • +10 Food
  • +2.2 hit points every second for 20 seconds
  • Can be cooked
Rock Jaw (Uncommon)
  • Model – PRPRP RR
  • +11 Food
  • +2.5 hit points every second for 20 seconds
  • Can be cooked
Gem Crab (Rare)
  • Boss – PRP RR
  • +10 Food
  • +3.1 hit points every second for 20 seconds
  • Can be cooked
green kelp
rusty spoon

The Clay Cave Biome Fish

These are the fish you can find in the clay caves biome in Core Guardian.

yellow blister head
  • Pattern – PR PP RR
  • +10 Food
  • +2.6 hit points every second for 20 seconds
  • Can be cooked
Green blister head
  • Pattern – PR PP RR
  • +10 Food
  • +2.5 hit points every second for 20 seconds
  • Can be cooked
Devil Worm (Uncommon)
  • Model – PR
  • +10 Food
  • +3.0 hit points every second for 20 seconds
  • Can be cooked
Vampire Eel (rare)
  • Pattern – PR PP RRR
  • +11 Food
  • +3.5 hit points every second for 20 seconds
  • Can be cooked

The Forgotten Ruins Biome Fish

These are the fish you can find in the Forgotten Ruins biome in Core Guardian.

Dagger fin
  • Pattern – PP RR
  • +11 Food
  • +3.9 hit points every second for 20 seconds
  • Can be cooked
Pink Palace Fish (Uncommon)
  • Pattern – PP RR PPP RRR
  • +11 Food
  • +3.9 hit points every second for 20 seconds
  • Can be cooked
Teal Palace Fish (Uncommon)
  • Pattern – PP RR PPP RRR
  • +11 Food
  • +4.0 hit points every second for 20 seconds
  • Can be cooked
??? (Rare)

Azeos Wild Biome Fish

These are the fish you can find in the Azeos Wilderness biome in Core Guardian.

emerald feather fish
  • Pattern – P RRR
  • +10 Food
  • +4.5 hit points every second for 20 seconds
  • Can be cooked
Azure feather fish
  • Pattern – PP RRR P RR
  • +10 Food
  • +4.1 hit points every second for 20 seconds
  • Can be cooked
Spirit Veil (Uncommon)
  • Pattern – PR PP RR
  • +9 Food
  • +4.7 hit points every second for 20 seconds
  • Can be cooked

Core Keeper Fishing Guide - Mold Dungeon Water
You can only catch The Mold Dungeon fish in moldy water with a white border (bottom left). Clear blue water (top left) counts as the Azeos Wilderness biome.

The fish from the mold dungeon

These are the fish you can find in The Mold Dungeon in Core Guardian and the surrounding region. Water must have a tint of white mold around it to be considered part of The Mold Dungeon.

Shark mold
  • Model – PR PRP RR
  • +10 Food
  • +4.8 hit points every second for 20 seconds
  • Can be cooked
Rotten Fish (Uncommon)
  • Model – PPP RRR
  • +11 Food
  • -22 hit points for 20 seconds
  • Can be cooked

That’s it for our Core Keeper Fishing guide! Check out more guides below:

Continued Core Guardian guides

  • General guides
  • Pattern Guides
  • Biome Guides
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