Fishing in Stardew Valley is a unique experience. You really have to consider the time and the place before you go out fishing. Even more important is what type of fish you are hoping to catch. Fish in this game come in a variety of forms, and some are more rare than others. One of these fish is Albacore. This article will provide you with a guide for catching Albacore in Stardew Valley.
Albacore is a fish that is involved in a couple of quests in this game. And If you are trying be better at fishing, then catching this fish is also good for practice.
Keep reading to find out where you can catch Albacore in Stardew Valley. But remember not to give it as a gift to anyone. Unfortunately, no villager seems to like this fish.
Where to find Albacore in Stardew Valley?
Albacore is a fish that you can find in the ocean. So, head over to the beach or the Beach Farm during the Fall and Winter season. They come out early in the morning and then late at night. The behavior of this fish is mixed, so practice with it all you want.
However, If you don’t want to catch this fish, then you can buy it from Krobus’ shop on Wednesday. It will cost you 200g. The Traveling Cart also has it, and the prices range from 225g to 1000g. Due to the cost, It is better to look for Albacore in the ocean than the stores.
What are the uses of Albacore in Stardew Valley?
With the help of Albacore, you can make Maki Roll, Quality Fertilizer, and Sashmi. You can also use it in the Sewing Machine to create a dyeable Sailor Shirt. When it comes to the quests this fish is involved in, Gus can request an Albacore on the 26th of Winter in the “Fish Stew” quest.
Willy also asks for this fish, and you can find his request on the “Help Wanted” Board. During the Aquatic Overpopulation quests, Demitrius asks you to catch 10 Albacores during the Fall season. You can find this request on the Special Orders Board.