Magikarp Fishing

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Magikarp Fishing
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Not satisfied with your Magikarp? Go fishing for more in Magikarp Jump!

Old Rods[edit | edit source]

Magikarps are fished up with Old Rods of varying quality. Better quality rods can be unlocked by completing leagues and also allow Trainers to catch more varying patterns of Magikarp.

Old Rods
Name
Unlock Conditions
Patterns Unlocked
Old Rod -
Standard Skelly Calico (Orange & White) Calico (Orange, White, Black) Calico (White & Orange) Calico (Orange & Gold) Gold
Standard Skelly Calico
(Orange & White)
Calico
(Orange, White, Black)
Calico
(White & Orange)
Calico
(Orange & Gold)
Gold
So-So Old Rod Complete Icon Quick League.png Quick League
Orange Two-Tone Orange Orca Orange Dapples
Orange Two-Tone Orange Orca Orange Dapples
Good Old Rod Complete Icon Great League.png Great League
Pink Two-Tone Pink Orca Pink Dapples
Pink Two-Tone Pink Orca Pink Dapples
Great Old Rod Complete Icon Luxury League.png Luxury League
Gray Bubbles Gray Diamonds Gray Patches Purple Bubbles Purple Diamonds Purple Patches
Gray Bubbles Gray Diamonds Gray Patches Purple Bubbles Purple Diamonds Purple Patches
Rare Old Rod Complete Icon Heal League.png Heal League
Apricot Tiger Apricot Zebra Apricot Stripes Brown Tiger Brown Zebra Brown Stripes
Apricot Tiger Apricot Zebra Apricot Stripes Brown Tiger Brown Zebra Brown Stripes
Supreme Old Rod Complete Icon Master League.png Master League
Saucy Blue Blue Raindrops Saucy Violet Violet Raindrops
Saucy Blue Blue Raindrops Saucy Violet Violet Raindrops

Refishing Cost[edit | edit source]

If a Trainer is not satisfied with a Magikarp, it is possible to pay Diamonds.png Diamonds to catch another Magikarp.

The first refishing attempt costs 10 Diamonds.png Diamonds. Every subsequent refishing attempt will cost 50 Diamonds.png Diamonds.

Dratini[edit | edit source]

Magikarps are not the only Pokemon that can be fished up with rods. After refishing 5 times (210 Diamonds.png Diamonds), a Trainer can fish up a Dratini, triggering the event You're No Magikarp!.

Ditto[edit | edit source]

Dratini are also not the only Pokemon that can be fished up with rods. If you use a rod that is flipped from left to right, a Trainer can fish up a Ditto, triggering the event Transforming Magikarp. Refishing will be free. After that, it will cost diamonds.


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