Tales of Arise Fishing – How to Catch All Fish and Earn All Rewards


It wouldn’t be a modern JRPG without fishing, right? Tales of the Ascension may follow his contemporaries in this regard, but he takes fishing to a level rarely seen. With 44 species of fish to catch and 12 places to find them, Bandai Namco threw in the gauntlet and told us it was going to take a while if we want it to. Divine Fisherman’s Trophy.

We are here to help you. In the following Tales of Arise fishing guide, we’ll tell you where to fish, what to fish, how to fish, and what you even catch in the first place. If you want to catch all the fish in Tales of Arise, you’ve come to the right place.

Tales of Arise – Where to fish

Let’s start with the most basic basics. You will need to know where you can cast and access your line. For starters, don’t worry about the few fishing spots you’ll pass in Calaglia and Cyslodia during the main story. You will be able to fish there in due course, but we have seen some people worry that there is no fishing option the first time they see the docks. There is a reason for this !

Peach isn’t unlocked until right after Dohalim and Kisara join in the fun following the big events in Menancia, Dahna’s third realm. It’s automatic, so don’t worry about missing something. Once the story sends you down Talka Pond Road, Kisara will be a big hit on fishing, and you’ll be directly immersed in a tutorial. The tutorial can be a bit confusing, so we’ll help you master it shortly. The rest of this section will cover all the fishing spots in Tales of Arise!

Fishing spot 1: Calaglia – Cave of solitude

  • Cave sea bass
  • Amber mackerel
  • Coral flatfish
  • Karasuba sea bream
  • Lacerda salmon

Fishing location 2: Cyslodia – Nevira Snowplains

  • Pond tilapia
  • Berserker Piranha
  • Tricolor catfish
  • Polar bass
  • Nevira Piranha
  • Armored sturgeon

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Fishing spot 3: Cyslodia – Frozen valley

  • Hawksbill trout
  • Pearly pike
  • Polar bass
  • Azure Tilapia
  • Cyslodian salmon

Fishing spot 4: Menancia – Overseer Hill

  • Pond tilapia
  • Berserker Piranha
  • Hawksbill trout
  • Menancienne bass
  • Traslida Arowana
  • Golden catfish

Fishing spot 5: Menancia – Talka Pond Road

  • Dahnan bass
  • Pond tilapia
  • Hawksbill trout
  • Menancian catfish
  • Talka Trout

Fishing spot 6: Mahag Saar – Lake Adan

  • Dahnan bass
  • Berserker Piranha
  • Tricolor catfish
  • Azure Tilapia
  • Muddy piracuru
  • Aureum Arowana

Fishing spot 7: Mahag Saar – Ruins of Adan

  • Hawksbill trout
  • Cave sea bass
  • Emerald salmon
  • Lower Piracuru
  • Aqfotle Arowana

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Fishing spot 8: Mahag Saar – Hidden dock

This one is a little different. After completing the main events at Mahag Saar and Ganath Haros, you can take the boat out to sea for some sea fishing.

  • Evening bar
  • Sardonyx grouper
  • Garnet Bream
  • Blueback tuna
  • Mahag Saar Barracuda
  • Silver marlin

Fishing spot 9: Ganath Haros – Shinefall Woods

  • Dahnan bass
  • Ganath Haros Piranha
  • Tricolor catfish
  • Ganath Haros Catfish
  • Green pike

Fishing spot 10: Ganath Haros – Lavtu Marsh

  • Dahnan bass
  • Tricolor catfish
  • Lavtu’s Tilapia
  • Lavtu Arowana
  • Lower Piracuru
  • Cobalt trout

Fishing spot 11: Ganath Haros – Fogwharl limestone caves

Here is another special place. You cannot face it until you have completed a sub-quest called “Indomitable Rage”. Check out our side quest guide for more details.

  • Ganath Haros Piranha
  • Pearly pike
  • Azure Tilapia
  • Ganath Haros Catfish
  • Mist Whale Pike
  • Cygni Piracuru

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Fishing spot 12: uninhabited island

The last fishing spot is the third place with special circumstances. You will need to have completed another subquest. This time it’s “Beyond the Grave”. This one won’t even be available until you reach Rena, so return to Dahna at your leisure.

  • Evening bar
  • Mackerel Tsuyukasa
  • Mahag Saar flatfish
  • Zesti grouper
  • Gluttonous Barracuda

Tales of Arise – Fishing Tips

The Must-See Talka Pond Road Fishing Tutorial is pretty doable, but it lacks a few details that can go a long way in ensuring that it all makes sense. Here are some tips to bring some clarity to your capturing frenzy.

  • Throughout the series of fishing quests and as a reward for certain independent sub-quests, you will gradually unlock new rods and lures. Rods are basically measures of how easily you can catch a fish. Migal’s rod, your starter piece, isn’t going to cut it for those big frying fish, so if you find yourself struggling with something for a long time, keep in mind that you may not have still the right cane.
  • As for the lures, you can check at any time which fish they are intended for. Quite simple. What the game doesn’t tell you is that you can technically catch most fish with each lure. It’s just that some fish (the ones you’ll see on the list) will be particularly fond of specific lures, so some of the more difficult catches, while doable, will be painful in the back because those other species are everywhere. your bait. Don’t stress yourself out trying repeatedly to catch something that is outperformed by a more common strain; rather wait for the right lure.
  • We have seen this one appear time and time again. Once you’ve hooked up a fish, don’t just move your joystick (or associated PC button) left and right respectively when the game prompts you to do so. Constantly hold down the associated button (X on PlayStation; A on Xbox; whatever key you have linked on PC). The Tales of Arise fishing tutorials do not specify this and novice anglers may find that every fish is impossible to catch until they learn “this trick” (it’s not a trick, it’s a trick). need).
  • The window of opportunity for pressing the shoulder buttons during the capture phase is wider than you might think. Don’t panic to get that input in nanoseconds or you risk tripping and pushing the wrong button.
  • Finally, never try to rush things by turning around at inappropriate times. At least not until you have a very powerful rod. Otherwise, your line will almost invariably break, and your one prize will be a lesson learned in the art of patience.

Tales of Arise – All rods and lures

In Tales of Arise there are five rods and 19 (!) Lures. You don’t need to collect all of them to qualify for the Godly Angler Trophy, but they are all interesting to varying degrees and you will come across some of them just by engaging in seemingly unaffiliated content.

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Lures available for purchase

  • Disarming decoy: You can get them in the stores of the Cyslodia Inn. This makes it easier to catch when looking for Azure Tilapia, Nevira Piranha, and Garnet Sea Bream.
  • Shaking lure: This can be purchased at the Viscint Inn. It is useful for hawksbill trout, menancian sea bass and emerald salmon.
  • Charm lure: Another hostel, this time in Niez. Convenient for Lesser Pirarucu, Muddy Pirarucu and Mahag Saar Flatfish.
  • Rock slap: Maybe you notice a pattern. The Rock Slapper is at the Pelagia Inn. It is best used for Polar Bass, Green Pike, and Latvu Arowana.

Lures available through the Fishing Master

  • Beginner popper: Catch a different fish. Good for catching the Dahnan Bass. (Again, what’s not?)
  • Elegant swimmer: Capture three different fish. Good for catching flat coral fish and gluttonous barracuda.
  • Portly Mudslinger: Catch five different fish. Good for catching tricolor catfish and Foghwarl pike.
  • Round popper: Catch 15 different fish. Good for catching Menancian Catfish, Garath Hanos Catfish, and Zesti Grouper.
  • Marine float: Catch 25 different fish. Good for catching cave sea bass, evening sea bass and Karasuba sea bream.
  • Uber Spinner: Catch 30 different fish. Good for catching Mahag Saar barracuda, pearl pike and Cyslodian salmon.
  • Teepo lure: Catch 35 different fish. Good for catching Aureum Arowana.
  • Silver fang: Catch 40 different fish. Good for catching Silver Marlin.

Lures available by other means

  • Valve: Found in a treasure chest at Lake Adan. Designed for Berserker Piranha, Amber Mackerel and Tsuyukasa Mackerel.
  • Underground mirage: Also found in a chest; this time at the ruins of Adan. Ideal for Pond Tilapia, Lacerda Salmon and Sardonyx Grouper.
  • Lure stick: Treasure chest in Lavtu Swamps and useful for catching Traslida Arowana, Aqfotle Arowana and Ganath Haros Piranha,
  • Knowledge of Bienfu: South Forland Mountain hiking trail. Easily spotted treasure chest. This is designed only to assist anglers with the Golden Catfish.
  • Rappig Minnow: You will need to complete the “In Sync” sub-quest in Cysloden. The best lure for cobalt trout.
  • Zapie Doppelganger: Found in the Limestone Caverns of Fogwharl during the endgame sub-quest “Indomitable Rage” and designed for the Cygni Piracuru.
  • Celestial whale: Complete Kisara’s novice solo combat challenge in Viscint for a decoy that targets talka trout, lavtu tilapia, and blueback tuna.
  • Better Sinker: Continue with Kisara’s single player combat challenges and you will get this as a reward for completing her Advanced Session. Useful for armored sturgeon.


  • Migal stick: Your initial cane.
  • Novice attack: Reward the fishing master for catching 10 different fish.
  • Sniper : Reward the fishing master for catching 20 different fish.
  • Tenebrae Mk. III: Reward from Fishing Master for catching all different fish. You will get the Godly Angler Trophy simultaneously.
  • Alliance Marine Rod: Complete Kisara’s Ultimate Single Player Fighting Challenge in Viscint and it will be your prize.

Increase your experience points with Tales of Arise fishing

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Fishing can take up a lot of your time with Tales of Arise. But besides two trophies, there’s another really handy reason to break your rod and lure: to cook. Check out our Tales of Arise Cooking Guide for recipes, but you’ll notice that without a little time in the ponds and on the high seas, you won’t be able to cook any of the four experience-boosting dishes.

These are extremely useful in helping to avoid any irritating level grinds, especially since Tales of Arise is quite skinny with experience points for everything, even a single level below yours. All of those semi-insignificant fights that bombard you, especially towards the end of the story, will be a little less tedious if your levels increase to a better clip.

Here are some other practical guides to have on your adventure:


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