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Animal Crossing New Horizons: fish and insects of March

The month of March is ending and Animal Crossing: New Horizons is preparing to update its selection of fish and insects, let's find out together which creatures we will have to say goodbye in April 

As you well know by now, Animal Crossing: New Horizons follows the date and time of your Nintendo Switch device. The day, time, season, atmospheric and environmental conditions vary according to the time of year. At the beginning of the adventure, the game will let you choose between the Northern Hemisphere (the most played in Europe) and the Southern Hemisphere. Based on this choice, you will have access to a different "catalog" of flora and fauna. 



The creatures that can be captured, including fish and insects, however, will vary both according to the hemisphere, and according to the time of year. In this guide, we want to help you understand which creatures will be leaving the Animal Crossing: New Horizons selection with the advent of April (and stay tuned because we will also talk about the upcoming event). Tuesday, March 31, or tomorrow, will be the last day in which you can catch the fish and insects that we will list shortly. 

Blatero is right: insects are disgusting!

We will talk about both hemispheres, although, as we have already said, you will most likely have selected the northern one. We also remind you that here on Holygamerz you will find both our editorial review of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and our tricks and tips to get the best out of your desert island, and a rather in-depth guide on how to best hit the rocks for get as many materials as possible. Let's begin. 


The fish and insects of the northern hemisphere - Animal Crossing New Horizons: the fish and insects of March

Below is the list of fish that you can get until March 31st and which will disappear from April XNUMXst in the Northern Hemisphere: 


  • Rodeo: you can catch it both at night and during the day in the rivers, it will return in November;
  • Golden Perca: you can catch it both at night and during the day in the rivers, it will come back in October; 
  • Taimen: you can fish it from 16 to 9 in the morning in the highest water basin of your island (therefore, in general, the waterfall), it will return in December; 
  • Sturgeon: you can catch it both at night and during the day at the mouth of the river, it will return in September; 
  • Cavolinia: you can catch it both at night and during the day by the sea, it will come back in December; 
  • Abyssal fish: you can fish it from 16 to 9 in the morning by the sea, it will return in November.

The only insect that will leave Animal Crossing: New Horizons in March is the Blue Morpho Butterfly. You can get it with the net from 17 to 8 in the morning and it will be back in June. 

The fish of the southern hemisphere - Animal Crossing New Horizons: the fish and insects of March

Below is the list of fish that you can get until March 31 and which will then disappear from April XNUMX in the southern hemisphere: 


  • Gambero: you can catch it both day and night in the ponds, it will come back in October; 
  • Apalone Fierce: you can catch it from 16 to 9 in the morning in the rivers, it will come back in February; 
  • Ayu: you can catch it both day and night in the rivers, it will come back in January; 
  • Salmon: you can catch it both day and night in the rivers, it will return in March 2021; 
  • Royal salmon: you can catch it both day and night at the mouth of the river, it will return in March 2021; 
  • Claw Rufa: you can catch it from 9 to 16 in the rivers, it will return in November; 
  • Piranha: you can catch it from 9 to 16 and from 21 to 4 in the morning in the rivers, it will return in December; 
  • Arowana: you can catch it from 16 to 9 in the morning in the rivers, it will come back in December; 
  • Corifena: you can catch it from 4 to 21 in the rivers, it will come back in December; 
  • Pirarucù: you can catch it from 16 to 9 in the morning in the rivers, it will come back in December; 
  • Polipteride: you can catch it from 21 to 4 in the morning in the rivers, it will come back in December; 
  • Clownfish: you can catch it both day and night by the sea, it will come back in October; 
  • Surgeon fish: you can catch it both day and night by the sea, it will come back in October; 
  • Butterfly fish: you can catch it both day and night by the sea, it will come back in October;
  • Puffer fish: you can catch it both day and night by the sea, it will come back in January;
  • Moon fish: you can fish it from 4 to 21 by the sea, it will come back in January; 
  • Squalo Sega: you can catch it from 16 to 9 in the morning by the sea, it will come back in December; 
  • Hammerhead Shark: you can catch it from 16 to 9 in the morning by the sea, it will come back in December; 
  • Shark: you can catch it from 16 to 9 in the morning by the sea, it will come back in December; 
  • Whale shark: you can catch it both day and night by the sea, it will come back in December; 
  • Sucker fish: you can catch it both day and night by the sea, it will come back in December. 



Insects of the Southern Hemisphere - Animal Crossing New Horizons: fish and insects of March

Below is the list of insects that you can get until March 31 and which will then disappear from April XNUMX in the Northern Hemisphere: 

  • Tiger butterfly: catchable from 4 to 19, will return in September; 
  • Great Purple Emperor: catchable from 4 to 19, will return in December; 
  • Farfalla Agrias: catchable from 8 to 17, will return in November; 
  • Birdwing: catchable from 8 to 16, will return in November; 
  • Cobra butterfly: catchable from 7 to 16, will return in October; 
  • Madagascan Sunset Moth: catchable from 8 to 16, will return in October; 
  • Grasshopper: catchable from 8 to 17 on the ground, will return in January; 
  • Cicada Spittoon: catchable from 8 to 17 on trees, will return in February;
  • Gerride: catchable from 8 to 19 in the marshes, it will return in November; 
  • Dytisk: catchable from 8 to 19 on ponds and rivers, it will return in November; 
  • Giant Water Bug: catchable from 8 to 19 on ponds and rivers, will return in October; 
  • CIMIC: it can be captured both day and night on the flowers, it will return in September; 
  • Rosalia Batesi Beetle: it can be caught both day and night on tree stumps, it will return in November; 
  • Dung beetle: catchable both day and night on the ground, will return in January;
  • Goliath beetle: it can be caught from 17 to 8 in the morning in the trees, it will return in December; 
  • Rainbow Beetle: it can be caught from 19 to 8 in the morning in the trees, it will return in December; 
  • Leaf Insect: captive both day and night around trees in disguise, will return in January; 
  • Mosquito: Capable from 17 to 4 in the morning, it will return in December. 


What a pain! 

And we've come to the end of this long guide on all the fish and insects you can catch until the end of March in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Stay tuned with us: the April event is about to begin and we will not let it escape! Are you playing the latest Nintendo effort? What do you think? Write it to us below in the comments, we will continue to keep you updated with all the news on the gaming and tech world! 

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