Stardew Valley Squid Fishing Guide – How to Catch

Last Updated on 24 August, 2022

Stardew Valley Squid Fishing Guide – How and where to fish & catch, Magic Bait, Catch a Squid Story Quest and best fishing spot

Stardew Valley Squid Fishing Guide – How and Where to Catch?

The Squid is a fish that can be caught in the ocean at The Beach in the evening during Winter. It can also randomly be found in Garbage Cans during Winter, or at the Traveling Cart for 240-1,000g.

Time of the day to catch a squid: From 6pm to 2am

When placed in a Fish Pond this fish will produce Squid Ink instead of Roe.

Squid can be caught regardless of time of day or season using Magic Bait.

Magic Bait

If you don’t feel like waiting until winter, and for whatever reason you prefer to use a Magic Bal:

Magic Bait is a type of bait that provides the ability to catch any fish from that source regardless of weather, time, or season. It can be attached to a Fiberglass Rod or an Iridium Rod

20 Magic Bait can be purchased from the shop in Qi’s Walnut Room for diamonds x5. The recipe to craft Magic Bait can also be purchased for diamonds x20, the ingredients are:

  • x1 Radioactive Ore
  • x3 Bug Meat

Catch a Squid Story Quest Guide

Quest Text: Willy is challenging you to catch a squid. He says you can fish them from the ocean on winter nights.
Provided by: Mail, Winter 2
Requirements: Bring Willy a Squid.

Stardew Valley Squid Fishing Guide – Best Fishint Spot

There is no best fishing spot, anywhere in the ocean is just as good, but it is very common, so you should have no problem finding it. What it does require is a good fishing skill, so the best advice we can give you is that by the time winter comes, you will have improved your fishing skill.

We hope that this guide has been useful to you and that you have learned how to Catch a Squid.

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