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All New September Fish And Bugs In Animal Crossing: New Horizons

It’s September in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and like with any new month, that means there are some new fish, bugs, and sea creatures to catch. In this guide, we’ll detail every new critter for both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres; note that this is only the new arrivals for the month and not every fish, bug, and sea creature you can catch this month.

For a more comprehensive list of every creature in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, we have a full list of all 80 fish to catch, including shadow sizes, and a list of all 80 bugs to catch, with tips on tracking down the handful of rare ones. September also marks the shift to a new season–fall for Northern Hemisphere players and spring for those in the Southern Hemisphere–which means some key seasonal changes as well. Those in the North can look forward to a variety of fall seasonal DIYs and materials, while those in the South can get some bamboo recipes.

September Fish, Bugs, And Sea Creatures In Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Here are all the new fish, bugs, and sea creatures you can catch in Animal Crossing: New Horizons in September. We’ve sorted them by bells so you know what to focus on if you’re waiting for Flick or C.J. to visit, but if you’re a completionist, you’ll want to catch them all so you can donate to your museum! Keep in mind that the only way to get the coveted golden fishing rod and net DIYs is to complete your Critterpedia.

Northern Hemisphere

New September FishPriceLocation / SizeTime
Golden trout15,000River (clifftop) / 34 PM – 9 AM
Sturgeon10,000River (mouth) / 6All day
Char3,800River / 34 PM – 9 AM
Mitten crab2,000River / 24 PM – 9 AM
King salmon1,800River (mouth) / 6All day
Pike1,800River / 5All day
Cherry salmon1,000River (clifftop) / 34 PM – 9 AM
Salmon700River (mouth) / 4All day

September sees the return of several fish, including cherry salmon and char. It’s also a great month for fishing at the mouths of your river, where you can find the high-value sturgeon and both varieties of salmon, the latter of which only appear in September.

New September BugsPriceLocationTime
Violin beetle450On tree stumpsAll day
Bell cricket430On the ground5 PM – 8 AM
Centipede300Hit rocks5 PM – 11 PM
Pill bug250Hit rocks11 PM – 4 PM
Red dragonfly180Flying8 AM – 7 PM
Common butterfly160Flying near flowers4 AM – 7 PM
Yellow butterfly160Flying near flowers4 AM – 7 PM
Monarch butterfly140Flying near flowers4 AM – 5 PM
Cricket130On the ground5 PM – 8 AM

September marks the departure of the high-value summer beetles and welcomes in autumn bugs. It’s a good time to hit rocks for bonus bugs, catch some crickets–which, like grasshoppers, are displayed in a cool wooden cage instead of a regular tank–and get some pretty butterflies for Flick to turn into models. If you want to make money off of bug-catching, don’t worry, because scorpions are still available!

New September Sea CreaturesPriceTime
Umbrella octopus6,000All day
Oyster2,000All day
Chambered nautilus1,8004 PM – 9 AM
Sweet shrimp1,4004 PM – 9 AM
Turban shell1,000All day

Even though the weather is getting cooler, make sure you’re still taking the time to swim in your ocean! There are five new sea creatures you can now catch, bringing the total up to 30 sea creatures (if you’ve been catching them since the summer update introduced them in July). There are 40 in total, so that’s a good pace!

Southern Hemisphere

New September FishPriceLocation / SizeTime
Golden trout15,000River (clifftop) / 34 PM – 9 AM
Barred knifejaw5,000Sea / 3All day
Char3,800River / 44 PM – 9 AM
Cherry salmon1,000River (clifftop) / 34 PM – 9 AM
Loach400River / 2All day
Tadpole100Pond / 1All day

September marks the beginning of spring in the Southern Hemisphere, which means the return of fair-weather fish like char, cherry salmon, and the high-value golden trout. If you don’t have any rivers on your cliffs, make sure you terraform some!

New September BugsPriceLocationTime
Peacock butterfly2500Flying near black, purple, or blue flowers4 AM – 7 PM
Orchid mantis2400On white flowers8 AM – 5 PM
Man-faced stink bug1,000On flowers7 PM – 8 AM
Mantis430On flowers8 AM – 5 PM
Tiger butterfly240Flying near flowers4 AM – 7 PM
Honeybee200Flying near flowers8 AM – 5 PM
Ladybug200On flowers8 AM – 5 PM
Yellow butterfly160Flying near flowers4 AM – 7 PM
Stinkbug120On flowersAll day

Springtime means ladybugs, mantises, and butterflies! Though it’s not the most lucrative month for bug-catching, you’ll still be able to find tarantulas after 7 PM.

New September Sea CreaturesPriceTime
Spider crab12,000All day
Umbrella octopus6,000All day
Chambered nautilus1,8004 PM – 9 AM
Firefly squid1,4009 PM – 4 AM
Turban shell1,000All day

Swimming in your ocean in September can prove very profitable, with the 12,000-bell spider crab being the top prize for the month. If you haven’t completed your Mermaid set, make sure you spend some time looking for scallops for Pascal, too!

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