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Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Collectibles Guide – Fruits, Fish, Shells, Bugs

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Collectibles Guide to help you learn all about finding different collectibles in the game. You can collect Bugs, Fruits, Shells, and Fish in order to sell them or to complete requests of other Animals and increase your Friendship Link.

For more help on Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, you can check out our Animals Guide, Beginners Guide, and Crafting Guide.

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Collectibles Guide

In this Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Collectibles Guide, we have detailed everything you need to know about finding all the Collectibles in the game.

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Collectibles

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Bugs Guide

After arriving on Sunburst Island, you will be able to catch bugs in order to complete requests and sell. To do so, you need to tap the bug on the screen in order to catch it. However, do note that Bugs will run away if you get too close to them. If you miss a Bug, there is no need to leave the area. Just run around a little and you should find them again. The following is a complete list of Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Bugs alongside their prices.

Fruit Beetle – Common
Selling Price: 10 Bells

Monarch Butterfly – Common
Selling Price: 10 Bells

Tiger Butterfly – Common
Selling Price: 10 Bells

Horned Dynastid – Rare
Selling Price: 100 Bells

Emperor Butterfly – Very Rare
Selling Price: 3,000 Bells

Jewel Beetle – Very Rare
Selling Price: 2,000 Bells

Miyama Stag – Very Rare
Selling Price: 1,500 Bells

You can also spend Leaf Tickets on purchasing Honey to catch multiple Bugs at the same time. Check the ‘Catch Info.’ to see which Bugs have 100% chances of getting caught.

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Fish

Like Bugs, you can also catch Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Fish either to sell it or to complete requests. In order to fish, head over to Lost Lure Creek and Saltwater Shores. The former contains river fish and the latter contains ocean fish. Like Bugs, you need to tap the screen to throw the line and catch a fish. When trying to fish, you should look for larger shadows as they are often Rare/vRare Fish. Like Bugs, you do not need to leave the area if you miss a Fish. You should also be able to buy Throwing Nets using the Leaf Tickets in order to catch multiple Fish at the same time.

River
Crucian Carp – Common
Selling Price: 10 Bells

Pale Chub – Common
Selling Price: 10 Bells

Yellow Perch – Common
Selling Price: 10 Bells

Black Bass – Rare
Selling Price: 100 Bells

Koi – Rare
Selling Price: 1,500 Bells

Rainbow Trout – Rare
Selling Price: 1,500 Bells

Ocean
Horse Mackeral – Common
Selling Price: 10 Bells

Olive Flounder – Common
Selling Price: 10 Bells

Squid – Common
Selling Price: 10 Bells

Red Snapper – Rare
Selling Price: 100 Bells

Blowfish – Very Rare
Selling Price: 1,500 Bells

Footballfish – Very Rare
Selling Price: 3,000 Bells

Tuna – Very Rare
Selling Price: 3,000 Bells

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Shells

You should be able to collect Shells after arriving at Saltwater Shores. Like with other collectibles, you can either sell them or use them to complete requests. You can find all the Shells in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp below:

Conch Shell – Common
Selling Price: 10 Bells

Coral – Common
Selling Price: 10 Bells

Scallop Shell – Common
Selling Price: 10 Bells

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Fruits

Fruits in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp can be acquired from Fruit Trees. You can either sell them to other players or complete requests. You should be able to find Fruits in Breezy Hollow and Saltwater Shores.

  • Apple – Breezy Hollow, Lost Lure Creek
  • Cherry – Breezy Hollow, Lost Lure Creek
  • Coconut – Saltwater Shores, Sunburst Island
  • Orange – Breezy Hollow, Lost Lure Creek
  • Peach- Breezy Hollow, Lost Lure Creek
  • Pear – Breezy Hollow, Lost Lure Creek

This is all we have in our Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Collectibles Guide. If there is anything else that you would like to add, let us know in the comments section below!