Animal Crossing New Horizons: September New Bugs, Fish And Sea Critters For The Northern And Southern Hemisphere
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Animal Crossing New Horizons: September New Bugs, Fish And Sea Critters For The Northern And Southern Hemisphere

Chris Trout
1 September 2020

September is looking fishy!

Animal Crossing: New Horizons has reached September and a series of new bugs and fish are arriving in the game.

With August coming to an end, plenty of bugs and fish have left the game depending on which side of the hemisphere you reside.

However, a new month means new bugs and fish will be appearing on your remote island.

Here are all the news ones coming to your game.

Northern Hemisphere

If you reside up north, there are plenty of new fish, bugs and sea critters to catch!

If you're a fan of fishing, there's a lot of Bells to be made for the grinders.

Here's what's new in September:

September Fish

  • Pike - All Day - river - 1800 Bells
  • Cherry Salmon - 4pm to 9am, All Day - river (clifftop) - 1000 Bells
  • Char - 4pm to 9am, All Day - river (clifftop) - 3800 Bells
  • Golden Trout - 4pm to 9am, All Day - river (clifftop) - 15000 Bells
  • Salmon - All Day - river (mouth) - 700 Bells
  • King Salmon - All Day - river (mouth) - 1000 Bells
  • Mitten Crab - 4pm to 9am, All Day - river - 2000 Bells
  • Sturgeon - All Day - river (mouth) - 10000 Bells

September Bugs

  • Common Butterfly - 4am to 7pm - flying - 160 Bells
  • Yellow Butterfly - 4am to 7pm - flying - 160 Bells
  • Monarch Butterfly - 4am to 5pm - flying (flowers) - 140 Bells
  • Cricket - 5pm to 8am - ground - 130 Bells
  • Bell Cricket - 5pm to 8am - ground - 430 Bells
  • Red Dragonfly - 8am to 7pm - flying (water) - 180 Bells
  • Violin Beetle - All Day - tree stumps - 450 Bells
  • Pill Bug - 11pm to 4pm - rocks - 250 Bells
  • Centipede - 4pm to 11pm - rocks - 300 Bells

September Underwater Creatures

  • Oyster - All Day - 1100 Bells
  • Turban Shell - All Day - 1000 Bells
  • Chambered Nautilus - 4pm to 9am - 1800 Bells
  • Umbrella Octopus - All Day - 6000 Bells
  • Sweet Shrimp - 4pm to 9am - 1400 Bells

Southern Hemisphere

If you live in the South, it's a great month for critters too:

September Fish

  • Tadpole - All Day - pond - 100 Bells
  • Loach - All Day - river - 400 Bells
  • Cherry Salmon - 4pm to 9am, All Day, river (clifftop)
  • Char - 4pm to 9am, All Day - river (clifftop) - 3800 Bells
  • Golden Trout - 4pm to 9am, All Day - river (clifftop) - 15000 Bells
  • Barred Knifejaw - All Day - Ocean - 5000 Bells

September Bugs

  • Yellow Butterfly - 4am to 7pm - flying - 160 Bells
  • Tiger Butterfly - 4am to 7pm - flying - 240 Bells
  • Peacock Butterfly - 4am to 7pm - flying (blue, purple, black flowers) - 2500 Bells
  • Mantis - 8am to 5pm - flowers - 430 Bells
  • Orchid Mantis - 8am to 5pm - flowers (white) - 2400 Bells
  • Honeybee - 8am to 5pm - flying (flowers) - 200 Bells
  • Stinkbug - All Day - flowers - 1000 Bells
  • Man-Faced Stink Bug - 7pm to 8am - flowers - 1000 Bells
  • Lady Bug - 8am to 5pm - flowers - 200 Bells

September Underwater Creatures

  • Turban Shell - All Day - 1000 Bells
  • Chambered Nautilus - 4pm to 9am - 1800 Bells
  • Umbrella Octopus - All Day - 6000 Bells
  • Firefly Squid - 4pm to 9am - 1400 Bells
  • Spider Crab - All Day - 12000 Bells

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