In New Horizons, players will have the chance to compete in the Grand Pond Fishing Tournament four times a year. For the Southern hemisphere, the first day of April (11th) will begin on the next Sunday, and for the Northern, Monday (14th) will be the first day of both seasons. The Fishing Tourney is about being the best fisherman in the village, not defeating other villagers. C. C.J will only offer three minutes for you to try to catch as many fish as you can. Your first attempt will be free of charge, but you must pay up to $500 for each subsequent one. You will receive one point for every fish you catch, and two for every fish that you catch above the minimum number three, with an additional point' You may also interpret this as meaning that if you catch five fish, you'll gain seven points. As long as the tournament goes on, you can use C.J.J. as many times as you like; you'll gain at least this many points every time you use him. any time you get 10 points, C.J will reward you with some fish-related items, which can be things such as clothing and furnishings. These products are for sale by the event and will not be included in the Nook Shopping Cart after the sale is over. These are only example dates, but 2021 (the 9th of January, in this case) and 2021 (the 10th of that) are actual game dates to which they apply.
To play in a tournament, visit your local fishery with your best fly shop (and any additional destinations that you might want to use as "floating locations) You will enter the competition as many times as you wish, and your initial payment will not be due. After making a subsequent transaction, you must pay 500 Animal Crossing New Horizons Bells to proceed.
The rest of the match will take place over three minutes and you have to take home as much as you can. it doesn't matter which kind, how big or how small, just as long as you can catch a lot of fish For every fish you catch, you get two points. That's usually the case. If you catch three fish, you can score bonus points, even if it's just one. When you're done fishing, you'll just need to move the fish to C.J.'s ice chest; he still has extra room for a few more, thanks to his handier fish.
In the event that the time runs out, you can speak to C.J. again and finish your tally The items that you get from competing are known as nautical knick-knacks, for which you can collect points in thirteen different ways. In order to gain 1 point, you must first spend 10 points. This is called making up your stakes, and 130 points must be given as deposit. in order to raise your cumulative points, you will also earn trophies that will be sent to your home every day.
awarded with 100 points: Obtained with 100 points: Bronze Trophy
A perfect score on this test will give you the player 200 points:
10,000 points: 30,000 Points: Golden Trophy
The only additional aspect of this offer is that you can benefit from is your regular markup on fish that you store in C.J.'s cooler. You can only get rid of all the fish by talking to C.J., even though you don't want to take it to the museum. Therefore, handle the fish yourself, or make sure you take it out of the cooler before you sell it is all out.
Catching 300 of any kind of fish will taxidermy on in a day is a serious challenge, and one that will take a considerable amount of time, so be sure to come with plenty of bait, have plenty of fishing rods on hand, and have enough water accessible places to fish at your disposal. Oh, and if you'd be so kind as to ask your friends too, I'd be grateful. Depending on the number of friends in your tourney, you can earn ten points for every round you spend fishing!