Animal Crossing: Where and When To Catch New Fish and New Bugs Arriving In September
Animal Crossing: Where and When To Catch New Fish and New Bugs Arriving In September

Players of Animal Crossing New Horizons can continue to fill out their Critterpedias in September, as new fish, bugs and sea creatures will travel to islands in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. The number of critters traveling to each hemisphere is roughly equal, so players around the world have a large number of animals to hunt throughout the month.

Northern Hemisphere

In September, the Northern Hemisphere ushered in the return of several cold-weather fish, as well as some new fish. Players who have kept their own sturgeons, mitten crab, char and golden trout can sell them to C.J. The price is tons of bells--that is, as long as they donate one of each to Blathers at the museum.

New Fish

                  · Char -- River (clifftop), 4 p.m.-9 a.m., medium shadow (sells for 3,800 Bells)

                  · Cherry Salmon -- River (clifftop), 4 p.m.-9 a.m., medium shadow (sells for 1,000 Bells)

                  · King Salmon -- River (mouth), all day, largest shadow (sells for 1,800 Bells)

                  · Mitten Crab -- River, 4 p.m.-9 a.m., small shadow (sells for 2,000 Bells)

                  · Pike -- River, all day, x-large shadow (sells for 1,800 Bells)

                  · Salmon -- River (mouth), all day, large shadow (sells for 700 Bells)

                  · Sturgeon -- River (mouth), all day, largest shadow (sells for 10,000 Bells)

New sea Creatures

When players dive in September, they will also encounter some new sea creatures, which will all fetch a decent sum of Bells at Nook's Cranny.

                  · Chambered Nautilus -- 4 p.m.-9 a.m., medium, medium shadow (sells for 1,800 Bells)

                  · Oyster -- all day, slow, small shadow (sells for 1,800 Bells)

                  · Sweet Shrimp -- 4 p.m.-9 a.m., slow, small shadow (sells for 1,400 Bells)

                  · Turban Shell -- all day, slow, small shadow (sells for 1,000 Bells)

                  · Umbrella Octopus -- all day, fast, small shadow (sells for 6,000 Bells)

New bugs

The cool-weather bugs are back this month, and there are some new friends. Although there are not as many as summer, players can still experience the fun of catching bugs.

                  · Bell Cricket -- On the ground, 5 p.m.-8 a.m. (sells for 430 Bells)

                  · Centipede -- Under rocks, 4 p.m.-11 p.m. (sells for 300 Bells)

                  · Common Butterfly -- Flying, 4 a.m.-7 p.m. (sells for 160 Bells)

                  · Cricket -- On the ground, 5 p.m.-8 a.m. (sells for 130 Bells)

                  · Monarch Butterly -- Flying, 4 a.m.-5 p.m. (sells for 140 Bells)

                  · Pill Bug -- Under rocks, 11 p.m.-4 p.m. (sells for 250 Bells)

                  · Red Dragonfly -- Flying, 8 a.m.-7 p.m. (sells for 180 Bells)

                  · Violin Beetle -- On tree stumps, all day (sells for 450 Bells)

                  · Yellow Butterfly -- Flying, 4 a.m.-7 p.m. (sells for 160 Bells)

Southern Hemisphere

Warm-weather fish will return to the Southern Hemisphere in September, along with some new Critters-including some deep-sea creatures that can be caught while diving. C.J. will pay particularly high prices for the barred knifejaw, char and golden trout.

New fish

                  · Barred Knifejaw -- Sea, all day, medium shadow (sells for 5,000 Bells)

                  · Char -- River (clifftop), 4 p.m.-9 a.m., medium shadow (sells for 3,800 Bells)

                  · Cherry Salmon -- River (clifftop), 4 p.m.-9 a.m., medium shadow (sells for 1,000 Bells)

                  · Golden Trout -- River (clifftop), 4 p.m.-9 a.m., medium shadow (sells for 15,000 Bells)

                  · Loach -- River, all day, small shadow (sells for 400 Bells)

                  · Tadpole -- Pond, all day, smallest shadow (sells for 100 Bells)

Some new deep-sea creatures will arrive in the Southern Hemisphere in September, and they will all fetch a decent number of Bells at Nook's Cranny. However, the spider crab is huge underwater and extremely fast, and will earn players a whopping 12,000 Bells apiece.

New creatures

                  · Chambered Nautilus -- 4 p.m.-9 a.m., medium, medium shadow (sells for 1,800 Bells)

                  · Firefly Squid -- 9 p.m.-4 a.m., slow, very small shadow (sells for 1,400 Bells)

                  · Spider Crab -- all day, very fast, very large shadow (sells for 12,000 Bells)

                  · Turban Shell -- all day, slow, small shadow (sells for 1,000 Bells)

New bugs

                  · Honeybee -- Flying, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (sells for 200 Bells)

                  · Ladybug -- On flowers, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (sells for 200 Bells)

                  · Man-Faced Stinkbug -- On flowers, 7 p.m.-8 a.m. (sells for 1,000 Bells)

                  · Mantis -- On flowers, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (sells for 430 Bells)

                  · Orchid Mantis -- On white flowers,

                  · Peacock Butterly -- Flying, 4 a.m.-7 p.m. (sells for 2,500 Bells)

                  · Stinkbug -- On flowers, all day (sells for 120 Bells)

                  · Tiger Butterfly -- Flying, 4 a.m.-7 p.m. (sells for 140 Bells)

                  · Yellow Butterfly -- Flying, 4 a.m.-7 p.m. (sells for 160 Bells)

If you have favorite fishes or bugs, please follow the corresponding time and place above to catch them. This should help you. If you want to follow more news about Animal Crossing New Horizons, please follow the IGGM news page.

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