Call of the Wild: The Angler – Fish Species / Overview by Maps

Overview of all fish species (12) in Call of the Wild: The Angler, including all DLCs.

Introduction

The aim of this guide is to familiarize you not only with all species of fish but also with their usual natural habitats, traits, and what lures and baits to bait them with.

Golden Ridge Reserve

Largemouth Bass

Habitats

  • Lake Shore
  • Shallow Lake
  • Deep Lake

Baits and Lures

  • Redworm
  • Leeches
  • Minnow

Traits

  • Aggressive – Goes directly for a strike without nibbling
  • Jumper – Likes jumping out of the water
  • Last Stand – When close to getting caught it fights with renewed vigor

Smallmouth Bass

Habitats

  • Lake Shore
  • Shallow Lake
  • Upstream

Baits and Lures

  • Eggs
  • Redworm
  • Leeches

Traits

  • Aggressive – Goes directly for a strike without nibbling
  • Hard Fighter – Tries its best to get off the hook
  • Jumper – Likes jumping out of the water
  • Last Stand – When close to getting caught it fights with renewed vigor

Bluegill

Habitats

  • Shallow Pond
  • Lake Shore
  • Shallow Lake

Baits and Lures

  • Bread
  • Pearl Barley
  • Dough

Traits

  • Bottom Lurker – Prefers swimming closer to the bottom
  • Jumper – Likes jumping out of the water

Channel Catfish

Habitats

  • Shallow Pond
  • Deep Pond
  • Lake Shore

Baits and Lures

  • Bread
  • Pearl Barley
  • Dough

Traits

  • Bottom Lurker – Prefers swimming closer to the bottom
  • Keen Senses – Can sense food from a great distance and will respond well to lures
  • Night Owl – More active at night

Yellow Perch

Habitats

  • Shallow Pond
  • Deep Pond
  • Lake Shore

Baits and Lures

  • Redworm
  • Bloodworm
  • Leeches

Traits

  • Bottom Lurker – Prefers swimming closer to the bottom
  • Sun Lover – More active after the sun rises

Northern Pike

Habitats

  • Deep Pond
  • Lake Shore
  • Shallow Lake

Baits and Lures

  • Bloodworm
  • Leeches
  • Minnow

Traits

  • Aggressive – Goes directly for a strike without nibbling
  • Jumper – Likes jumping out of the water
  • Last Stand – When close to getting caught it fights with renewed vigor

Kokanee Salmon

Habitats

  • Lake Shore
  • Shallow Lake
  • Deep Lake

Baits and Lures

  • Crankbait
  • Jerkbait
  • Grub

Traits

  • Aggressive – Goes directly for a strike without nibbling
  • Hard Fighter – Tries its best to get off the hook
  • Jumper – Likes jumping out of the water

Sauger

Habitats

  • Shallow Pond
  • Deep Pond
  • Lake Shore

Baits and Lures

  • Redworm
  • Leeches
  • Minnow

Traits

  • Aggressive – Goes directly for a strike without nibbling
  • Hard Fighter – Tries its best to get off the hook
  • Night Owl – More active at night

Golden Trout

Habitats

  • Shallow Pond
  • Deep Pond
  • Lake Shore

Baits and Lures

  • Marshmallow
  • Cheese
  • Eggs

Traits

  • Easily Spooked – Gets easily scared by human presence
  • Jumper – Likes jumping out of the water
  • Last Stand – When close to getting caught it fights with renewed vigor

Lake Trout

Habitats

  • Deep Pond
  • Shallow Lake
  • Deep Lake

Baits and Lures

  • Liver
  • Eggs
  • Bloodworm

Traits

  • Bottom Lurker – Prefers swimming closer to the bottom
  • Hard Fighter – Tries its best to get off the hook

Rainbow Trout

Habitats

  • Deep Pond
  • Lake Shore
  • Upstream

Baits and Lures

  • Bread
  • Pearl Barley
  • Dough

Traits

  • Easily Spooked – Gets easily scared by human presence
  • Jumper – Likes jumping out of the water
  • Last Stand – When close to getting caught it fights with renewed vigor

Mountain Whitefish

Habitats

  • Shallow Pond
  • Deep Pond
  • Lake Shore

Baits and Lures

  • Bread
  • Pearl Barley
  • Eggs

Traits

  • Bottom Lurker – Prefers swimming closer to the bottom
  • Hard Fighter – Tries its best to get off the hook
  • Night Owl – More active at night
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