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A list of fish appearing in Rune Factory 2: A Fantasy Harvest Moon. Please note that all size and price information is at level one.


Fish by Name

Masu Trout

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Masu Trout
A fisherman's standard catch. A freshwater fish, thought some may travel to the ocean.

Locations

Size

Profit
  • Summer Fish (De Sainte-Coquille Park),
  • Blessia Island (Center, Dense Overgrowth),
  • Messhina Valley (Fall Valley, Riverbank,
    Path to the Mountain, Serene Garden, Bridge to Shrine, Giant Boulder)
10 50 G


Squid

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Squid
A mollusk that is active at night. Uses the fins on its body to seemingly fly through the water.

Locations

Size

Profit
  • Spring Fish (Alvana Pond, De Sainte - Coquille Park(night))
10 30 G


Taimen

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Taimen
This cousin of the salmon is one of the largest of freshwater fish. Both rare and expensive.

Locations

Size

Profit
30 140 G


Sardine

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Sardine
A relatively easy fish to catch. Swim in breathtaking, perfectly coordinated schools.

Locations

Size

Profit
  • Spring Fish (Alvana - Port),
  • Alvana (East½&West End),
  • Blessia Island (Isle Port, South Beach, South-east Beach)
10 70 G


Char

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Char
A commonly sought-after catch by fishermen everywhere, Likes cold waters.

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Size

Profit
10 60 G


Chub

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Chub
A fish with a single dark stripe on its body. Three beutiful lines appear during spawning.

Locations

Size

Profit
30 35 G


Glitter Snapper

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GlitterSnapper
A dazzling fish that glitters in the sun, making it easy to spot. However, it is not so easy to catch.

Locations

Size

Profit
30 980 G


Skipjack

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Skipjack
A popular Fall fish. Requires both skill and strength to land.

Locations

Size

Profit
  • Fall Fish (Alvana Pond, Alvana Port)
60 150 G


Turbot

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Turbot
Both eyes are on the right side of this fish's body. Can change color to blend in with its surroundings.

Locations

Size

Profit
  • Spring & Summer fish (Alvana Port, East & West End),
  • Blessia Island (Isle Port, South & South-East & South-west Beach, North & West Beach, Silent Cave, Sandy Path)
10 78 G


Gibelio

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Gibelio
Very few males of this fish exist. Lives in calm areas with little current.

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Size

Profit
30 80 G


Salmon

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Salmon
Live most their lives in the ocean, but famously swim up river to breed. Used in many dishes.

Locations

Size

Profit
  • Messhina Valley - (Riverbank, Path to the Mountain, Serene Garden, Giant Boulder)
30 120 G


Mackerel

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Mackerel
Easily spoils. Usually cooked or boiled.

Locations

Size

Profit
  • Fall Fish (De Sainte-coquille Park)
30 75 G


Needlefish

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Needlefish
Long and slender. Swims near the surface. Has a greenish back and a shiny silver-white belly.

Locations

Size

Profit
  • Spring Fish (Alvana Pond),
  • Summer Fish (Port),
  • Blessia Island (Altar/Old Ship)
30 45 G


Pike

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Pike
This fish gets its name from its long and slender shape. A fall fish. Very good for you.

Locations

Size

Profit
  • Fall Fish (Alvarna Docks, East & West End)
1 10 G


Sunsquid

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Sunsquid
A squid washed in from southern seas. Swims close to the surface, so is often sunburned.

Locations

Size

Profit
  • Summer Fish ((Morning) Alvana - Port),
  • Blessia Island (North & West Beach, South-West Beach, Sandy Path, Silent Cave)
30 770 G


Shrimp

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Shrimp
A type of crustacean encased in a hard shell. Trivia: It has 13 pairs of legs.

Locations

Size

Profit
  • Spring & Summer Fish (Alvana Port, East & West End),
  • Blessia Island (Sandy Path, South-East Beach)
10 120 G


Snapper

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Snapper
Thought to bring good luck. Has been served at festivals and on special occasions since acient times.

Locations

Size

Profit
  • Spring & Fall Fish (Alvana Pond)
30 450 G


Lover Snapper

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ThrobbySnapper
A rare breed of snapper. So rare that its very existance is debated among fisherman.

Locations

Size

Profit
30 500 G


Rainbow Trout

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RainbowTrout
A mid-sized freshwater fish. Just as its name suggests, the males take on a rainbow luster when breeding.

Locations

Size

Profit
10 135 G


Flounder

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Flounder
Both eyes are on the left side of this fish's body. Larger mouth and sharper teeth than the turbot.

Locations

Size

Profit
  • Winter Fish (Alvana Port, East & West End)
10 210 G


Blowfish

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Blowfish
Famous for being used in gourmet dishes. Very hard to prepare as the fish contains poison.

Locations

Size

Profit
10 620 G


Yellowtail

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Yellowtail
The name yellowtail is actually used for a number of fish. This variety is said to bring good luck.

Locations

Size

Profit
  • Winter Fish (Alvana Pond, Port)
30 260 G


Crucian Carp

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CrucianCarp
Matures quickly and lives for a long time. Mainly eats plankton so skill is needed to hook it with bait. 

Locations

Size

Profit
10 75 G


Tuna

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Tuna
These large fish are popular for their delicious taste. They are very expensive.

Locations

Size

Profit
100 850 G


Girella

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Girella
A winter, salt water fish. A popular, easy to hook catch. Puts up a bit of fight when reeling it in. 

Locations

Size

Profit
  • Winter Fish (Alvana Port, East & West End, De Sainte-coquille Park),
  • Blessia Island (North & West Beach, South-Weast Beach, Silent Cave)
30 65 G


Fall Flounder

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FallFlounder
Looks like a fallen leaf. Schools swimming on the ocean floor make it look like a forest in fall.

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Size

Profit
10 530 G


Cherry Salmon

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CherrySalmon
A small freshwater fish. Has made its way all over the world, so very easy to find.

Locations

Size

Profit
  • Spring Fish (Farm),
  • Trieste Forest (Spring Clearing, Aegis Fall, Grassy Path, River Stream, Green Garden, Reflecting Water)
10 20 G


Lamp Squid

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LampSquid
A squid that has evolved a lamp as part of its body. Just a couple are enough to light the sea at night.

Locations

Size

Profit
  • Spring Fish (Alvana Pond)
30 440 G


Lobster

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Lobster
A large walking crustacean. Its front legs are massive pincers which are used to threaten enemies. 

Locations

Size

Profit
  • Summer Fish (Alvana Pond)
10 310 G


Pond Smelt

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PondSmelt
This long and slender fish adapts well. Often fished from frozen lakes through holes.

Locations

Size

Profit
10 42 G


Fish by Location

In Alvarna

In Farm Field

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  • Spring - Chub, Cherry salmon
  • Summer - Chub
  • Autumn - Chub
  • Winter - Chub


Alvarna Pond

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  • Spring - Lamp squid, Lover Snapper
  • Summer - Lobster
  • Autumn - Snapper, Glitter Snapper, Skipjack, Salmon
  • Winter - Blowfish


North Square, DeSainte-Coquille Park

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  • Spring - Squid
  • Summer - Masu Trout
  • Autumn - Mackerel 
  • Winter - Girella


East End and West End Piers

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  • Spring - Shrimp, Needlefish
  • Summer - Needlefish, Sardine, Turbot
  • Autumn - Pike, Sardine
  • Winter - Girella, Sardine, Flounder


Port

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  • Spring - Needlefish, Salmon, Shrimp, Snapper
  • Summer - Fall Flounder, Lobster, Needlefish, Sardine, Shrimp, Sunsquid, Turbot
  • Autumn - Glitter Snapper, Pike, Salmon, Sardine, Skipjack
  • Winter - Girella, Yellowtail, Sardine, Flounder


Dungeons

Trieste Forest

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  • Aegis Falls - Cherry Salmon
  • Aegis Falls: Riverstream - Chub
  • Grassy Path - Cherry Salmon, Chub, Gibelio
  • Reflecting Water - Cherry Salmon, Chub, Gibelio, Pondsmelt
  • Riverstream - Chub, Cherry Salmon
  • Ruins - Branches, Rocks, Gibelio
  • Sundipped Spot - Gibelio, Lover Snapper


Blessia Island

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  • Altar, Old Ship - Needlefish
  • Centre - Char, Masutrout
  • Dense Overgrowth - Char Crusian Carp, Masutrout
  • North Beach - Girella, Sunsquid, Turbot
  • Sandypath - Needlefish, Sardines, Shrimp, Turbot, Lobster (Throughout the year)
    • Spring only - Sunsquid
    • Winter only - Fall Flounder
  • Silent Cave - Crusian Carp
  • Summer Isle Port - (Same fish at port in summer) Fall Flounder, Lobster, Needlefish, Sardines, Shrimp, Sunsquid, Turbot
  • Southbeach - Sardines, Sunsquid, Turbot
  • Southwest Beach - Girella, Turbot
  • Watering Hole: Southwest Beach - Char, Rocks
  • Southeast Beach - Sardine, Turbot
  • Westbeach - Girella


Messhina Valley

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  • Cave: Alter - Crusian Carp, Rainbow Trout
  • Bridge to Shrine - Masutrout, Salmon, Fall Flounder
  • Fall Valley - Chub: from bridge
  • Gaint Boulder - Chub, Masutrout
  • Riverbank - Branches
  • Path to Mountains - Chub, Masutrout, Salmon
  • Serene Garden - Crusian Carp


Padova Mountains

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  • Flowing River - Chub, Pond, Smelt, Taimen
  • Freezing Cave - Chub, Pondsmelt
  • Rushing Waterfall - Blowfish, Rainbow Trout, Taimen, Tuna
  • Shrine - Glitter Snapper, Rainbow Trout
  • Tomb - Rainbow Trout, Taimen
  • Watering Hole: Unfrozen Lake - Pond Smelt

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Special thk to Lerion 87 for his precious contribution
gamefaq.com [FAQ/Walkthrough by Lerion87]

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