Coral Island: How to Fish?
Likely, you enjoy fishing in video games if you like titles like Animal Crossing and Stardew Valley, both of which are in the agricultural genre. For fans of simulation farming games, the recently launched Coral Island also features engaging fishing mechanisms. These may be challenging to understand for newbies. To get your gathering started, we have compiled a brief fishing guide for Coral Island below.
When fishing, a fishing pole is the essential tool. A letter will be sent to your home with directions to Sunny’s Beach Shack (pictured on the map below). After a day or two of gaming time, this should occur. Visit their store after getting the letter to pick up a bug net and a fishing pole. The items will be delivered to your rural mailbox if your stock runs out.
You can start fishing right now now that you have a pole. You may fish in any body of water you find by walking up to it and then clicking and holding the left mouse button to cast your rod. In the distance, you will see the silhouette of a fish swimming toward your rod. Keep your cool and do not freak out!
To get a bite, just let the fish bump into your throw line a few times. The minigame of fishing will start immediately when the fish bites. The only thing you need to do here is click and hold till the pressure mounts. The stress levels are shown by the wavy lines near the top of the diagram. As they lengthen and turn scarlet, you know it is time to let go. Wait for the wavy line to calm down before clicking and holding again.
To get a bite, just let the fish bump into your throw line a few times. When you get a bite, a minigame will start playing itself. Here, you simply have to click and hold till the pressure mounts. Looking at the wavy lines near the top can give you an idea of the level of strain. As they lengthen and turn scarlet, you know it is time to let go. You can use the click-and-hold again when the wavy line calms down.