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Fishing rod help

Discussion in 'Pokémon Generation III Discussion' started by lifesharker, May 28, 2008.

  1. lifesharker

    lifesharker Spring-Loaded Fish

    Hello!. I was wondering, what pokemon can be caught with what rods? Because I've often wasted my time trying to fish for a pokemon that can only be caught with a better rod. Also, can all water types in an area be found by surfing, or can some only be caught by rods?
     
  2. MAGAX

    MAGAX Symbol Hunter

    maybe you should just try using super rod for all cases when fishing since super rod can catch most if not all the pokemon that you can catch with lower grade rods

    yes some pokemon can only be found by fishing like luvdisc can only be fished at the top of the waterfall near victory road
     
  3. lifesharker

    lifesharker Spring-Loaded Fish

    Yes, i know I should use the super rod, but I was wondering about before I get the super rod. Specifically in this case, I was wondering about what rod i need to catch Corphish, and whether I can catch it by surfing.
     
  4. aquajet16

    aquajet16 LVL? Death

    You could catch Corphish by fishing with a Good / Super Rod in the Waters (hell is this a word?! o_O) at Petalburg city.
     
  5. MAGAX

    MAGAX Symbol Hunter

    for corphish i think you need at least a good rod to catch and you can only catch corphish through fishing
     
  6. lifesharker

    lifesharker Spring-Loaded Fish

    Thank you v. muchly aquajet & MAGAX! Oh, and I'm pretty sure you can use waters as a word...
     
  7. Nidogod

    Nidogod Well-Known Member

    The Pokedex on Psypokes.com has listings of the percentages that each water Pokemon can be caught with each rod.
     

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