Kawaii Fishing Together: Ultimate Gameplay Guide

Nikola Stevanovic

Kawaii Fishing Together is a fun adventure fishing game that you can play with your friends. The game revolves around the player exploring islands and attempting to catch some of the rarest fish species known to man.

If you are ready to explore the ins and outs of Kawaii Fishing Together, then cast your hook and be patient as we go over the Kawaii Fishing Together: Ultimate Gameplay Guide.

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Kawaii Fishing Together – Character Creation

Kawaii Fishing Together starts you off by allowing you to create your own character. Like in many games, the character creation allows you to choose your gender, hairstyle, skin color, and the clothes you are wearing.

While there are only a few options available in each category, they are more than enough to get the job done and let you create your personal avatar and express yourself. 

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NPC Requests

Over the course of your adventure, you will encounter many other Katchers and NPCs across multiple islands in Kawaii Fishing Together. Most NPCs that you encounter will either have a quest for the player or will ask for them to fulfill some kind of request.

These requests will mostly ask the player to collect a specific number of certain items and bring them back to the NPC who will in turn reward the player for the job well done.

On occasion, players will also be able to make a dialogue choice which will usually be tied into the quest that the player is doing. Completing the quest will earn you different rewards.

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Kawaii Fishing Together – Story Quests

Throughout your fishing adventure, you will be tasked with completing a variety of story quests. As their name implies, story quests are a set of tasks and missions that the player will need to complete in order to advance through the game’s story.

These tasks can vary from speaking to certain NPCs to catching a specific fish and everything in between. Completing story quests will unlock new islands for the player to visit and fish on.

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Fishing Gear

Rods

Rods are an essential part of every Katcher’s equipment in Kawaii Fishing Together and are obviously required to fish at various fishing spots found on each of the islands. Every island comes with its own unique rod and each rod comes with its own level displayed by the number of stars.

Players can upgrade their rods, but in order to do so, they are required to consume the same amount of stars. Doing so will not only increase the power of the rod, but it will give it a brand new upgraded look too. 

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Each of the fishing rods comes with its own stats like the sonar boost and the ability to reel in heavier fish. Since these stats determine how big of a fish you can catch, naturally, you would want them to be as high as possible.

This is where the Redraw Stats option comes in handy. This option will allow the player to reroll the stats on their rod in exchange for Shells and potentially increase its capabilities.

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Rod Types and Their Stats

Amateur Rod

Increases the success chance by 20%

Increases the chance to get rare Fish by 50%

Increases the chance to get uncommon Fish by 100%

Price: 30 Jewels

Repair: $1000

Feline Rod

Increases the chance to get uncommon Fish by 50%

Duck Rod

Increases the success chance by 15%

Increases the chance to get uncommon Fish by 100%

Price: $2250

Repair: $750

Wooden Rod

No special abilities.

Lures

Lures are an essential part of your fishing arsenal as they are necessary to catch specific types of fish. Players can obtain lures in Kawaii Fishing Together by winning duels, completing quests, or outright buying them at the shop. Lures can also be upgraded to allow players to catch heavier fish.

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Island Licenses

Similar to fishing rods, each of the islands in Kawaii Fishing Together comes with its own fishing license. Makes sense, you need a fishing license in order to fish right? There are two different types of licenses that players can obtain and each of them can be upgraded further, so let’s take a look at them.

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Basic License

The basic license is just what you would expect it to be when you hear its name. It is the most basic fishing license that the player automatically obtains whenever they open up a new Island in Kawaii Fishing Together. 

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Elite License

Elite license is obtained by upgrading the basic license. In order to upgrade your basic license, you will need to spend Shells. Upgrading the license will unlock more benefits for the player. It is worth noting that licenses can be leveled up by earning LP points which will provide the player with additional bonuses.

Kawaii Fishing Together – Fish

As a Katcher, you will be able to catch all kinds of fish that differ in rarity and therefore price and rewards, so let’s take a look at what sea creatures await you on your adventure in Kawaii Fishing Together. 

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Legendary / Epic Fish

Axolotl can be caught at Home Pool, Fountain in Fashion Shoop, and at your House at noon.

Alligator Gar can be found at the Waterfall Lake.

Crocodile can be caught at the Home Pool.

Finless Porpoise is located at the Deep Sea and the Lighthouse at noon.

Golden Shiner can be caught at the Pond, the Fashion Mall, and the Home Pool.

Giant Manta Ray can be found in the Sea and at the Beach. 

Inia / Pink Dolphin can be caught at the Fountain at the Fashion Mall.

Piracucu is located at the Camping Ground Lake and the Waterfall.

Killer Whale can be caught in the Deep Sea.

Blue Whale is available at the Unknown Location and the Lighthouse.

Sea Turtle can be found at the Beach at noon.

Whale is located on the Boat.

Crowned Hammerhead Shark can be caught in the Deep Sea, at the Boat and the Lighthouse.

Crowned Sawshark can be found in the Deep Sea and the Boat. 

Goonch Catfish can be caught at the Camping Ground Lake and Waterfall at night.

Giant Snakehead can be found at the Camping Ground Lake at noon.

Shark can is located in the Deep Sea and behind the Fashion Mall.

Goliath Tigerfish can be caught at the Swimming Pool, the Fashion Mall, and at your House.

Softshell Turtle can be found in the Home Town.

Dolphin can be caught at the Beach and the Sea.

Ocean Sunfish is located at the Beach and the Sea.

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Rare Fish

Atlantic Cod can be found  at the Ferris wheel or at the Beach

Crowned Arowana can be caught at the Camping Ground, Waterfall, Swimming Pool, and your house but only at night.

Blobfish can be found in the Deep Sea, in the boat, and at the Lighthouse.

Clarion Angelfish can be caught at the Beach at all times of day.

Flower Horn can be caught at the Beach.

Footballfish can be found in the Deep Sea at night.

French Angelfish can be found at the Beach.

Garibaldi can be found at the Beach at noon. 

Yellow Grouper can be caught at the Lighthouse or in the Deep Sea at any time.

Nautildae can be found in the sea.

Northern Snakehead can be caught at the Camping Ground near the waterfall.

Peppermint Angelfish can be found at the Beach.

Piranha can be caught at the Camping Ground, Fashion Mall, and the Pool House.

Rainbow Trout can be caught at the Camping Ground near the waterfall.

Red Stingray is found at the Beach.

Red Seabream can be caught in the sea. 

Seahorse can be obtained near the Sea, Boat, and Lighthouse.

Slender Shinner can be caught in the Pool. Pond, Fashion Mall, and your house.

Spearfish can be can be obtained near the Sea, Boat, and Lighthouse.

Tiger Puffer can be caught at the Beach.

Tuna can be located at the Sea, Boat, and the Lighthouse.

Yellowtail can be found in the Sea and at the Boat at night.

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Common Fish

Bluegill can be caught in the river in your hometown.

Bass can be caught at the camping ground, the waterfall, and the pond

Catfish can be caught at the camping ground, the waterfall, and the pond

Cutlassfish can be caught at the Beach.

Flat Fish can be caught at the Beach.

Butterfly Fish can be caught at the Beach but is very rare.

Filefish can be caught at the Beach but is very rare.

Octopus can be caught in the Deep Sea

Cuttlefish can be caught in the sea and at the fashion mall.

Sea Eels can be caught at the Beach.

Parrot Fish can be caught at the Beach.

Crayfish can be caught at the Beach.

Rosy Bitterling can be caught at the camping ground.

Pale Fish can be caught at the house pool.

Sweetfish can be caught at the house pool.

Cherry Salmon can be caught at the camping ground.

Carp can be caught in the house pool.

Squid can be caught in the sea.

Mackerel can be caught in the sea.

Shadow Rock Fish can be caught in the sea.

Scorpionfish can be caught in the sea.

Starfish can be caught at the Beach.

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How to Fish in Kawaii Fishing Together

Now that you are familiar with all the gear that you will be using as well as the fish that you will be catching, all that is left to do is learn how to fish in Kawaii Fishing Together. This is a relatively simple process.

The first thing you need to do is attach a lure to your fishing rod. Different fish prefer different kinds of lure so your choice will depend on the type of fish you want to catch. 

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Photo: Imba


Once your lure is attached, walk up to your favorite fishing spot and tap on the rod icon in the bottom right corner to cast your line.

When the fish bites, all you need to do is reel it in by tapping on the reel and keeping the bar near the center. After a few seconds, you will successfully pull out a fish. 

Currency

Like most mobile games, Kawaii Fishing Together comes with its own type of currency which players can earn and spend on a variety of actions so let’s take a closer look at the different types of currency available in the game. 

Pearls

Pearls are a type of currency that is primarily used to upgrade your Lure in Kawaii Fishing Together.

Pearls can be obtained from various sources such as catching any fish and the treasure chests, performing various challenges on the Islands, etc. In addition, pearls can be purchased from the shop in exchange for Shells.

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Shells

Shells are the primary currency of Kawaii Fishing Together and as such are used to perform a variety of actions. Shells can be used to change your character’s name, purchase Lure Packs or Rod Packs, Redraw Stats on your rod, etc. The only way to obtain more Shells is through leveling up. 

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Kawaii Fishing Together – Raw Materials

Besides Shells and Pearls which are the main type of currency in Kawaii Fishing Together, players can also acquire a wide variety of raw materials.

Each Island has its own type of resources that are commonly found on it and players can gather them in various ways. These resources can be used to craft all kinds of things, so let’s take a closer look at them. 

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Stone and Metal – These resources can be found on Beach Island. They can be collected by mining ore on the island or digging up dirt mounds.

Leather and Rubber – These resources can be found in Small Ville and within the Rain Forest. Small Ville has a large supply of leather while the Rain Forest is brimming with Rubber. Both of these resources can be acquired by trading with pets found on the Island. 

Wood – This resource is commonly found within the Rain Forest and can be collected by digging up roots and stumps found around the Island. 

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Treasure Chest

The Treasure Chest is a chest that can contain all kinds of rewards for Katchers to enjoy. The way the Treasure Chest works in Kawaii Fishing Together is by accumulating different rewards over time. Players can open the Treasure Chest whenever they see fit and claim the rewards inside.

The Treasure Chest can contain all types of rewards such as Pearls, Lures, or even Rods. It is worth noting that Treasure Chest can only accumulate rewards up to the maximum of twelve hours when the rewards will stop increasing until the player claims them.

Once that happens, the Treasure Chest will begin its accumulation cycle anew. 

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Conclusion

We hope that you enjoyed our Kawaii Fishing Together: Ultimate Gameplay Guide and wish you the best of luck catching the rarest creatures of the sea.

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