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My Time at Sandrock: How to Sandfish

My Time at Sandrock was a story in a happy post-apocalyptic world 300 years after the Day of Calamity when the apocalypse destroyed most modern technologies.




Gather materials to create machinery, make friends with the residents, and defend Sandrock from monsters while keeping the town afloat! But, of course, you need to have resources and weapons to complete your mission. 

How to Sandfish- My Time at Sandrock

Sandfishing is a gameplay element that allows the player to catch fish that live in the sand. A basic sandfish trap and some bait are required to get started, and there are baits like sandcarp, snail, and sandworm. The most frequent bait, sandworms, can be found all over the ground and when gathering rocks and plants on the floor. This bait attracts the fish to the surface, where players can catch them with the trap.  We will be talking about how to capture sandfishes during sand fishing because they are all resources.

Head to a Fishing Spot

You need to get one out of your many fish hooks and head to a fishing spot. But, of course, different fishing spots will feature different kinds of fish. 

Begin the Game

You’ll arrive in the wild and harsh city-state after accepting a job offer to become Sandrock’s newest builder, where it’ll be up to you and your trusty tools to restore the community to its former glory.Walk up to the fishing hole while holding the Basic Trap and press E to begin the game. To aim the trap, press and hold the left mouse button. Use a single bait to get the fish to stay motionless long enough to be targeted. Release the left mouse button once a fish has been highlighted in green to throw the trap. 

Check What Kind of Fish was Caught

Check to discover what kind of fish was caught; the Sand Carp is the most prevalent. You can sell it for 10 Gols. You could sell your sand fishes and make money. 

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