Animal Crossing: New Horizons insects and fish coming out in June

June is ending, and with it, plenty of fish and insects won’t be available until later this year or even next year in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

To help make sure you grab what you can before they disappear, we’ve put together a list of things to hunt down and complete the Museum.

While time travel folks don’t have that much to worry about when it comes to catching this variety of bugs, people who play every day won’t want to wait months to continue their collection.

For the fish, we recommend using bait, made using the manila clams that you can dig up on the beach, to quickly spawn the fish in the desired place. Just bait your desk and throw it into the water from your inventory.

We have divided the tables by hemisphere. As you can see, a lot of things are coming out of the northern hemisphere, but some of the creatures will be back before next June. Only one fish leaves the southern hemisphere, so people in the colder months can relax for now.

Bugs Leaving Animal Crossing: New Horizons After June (Northern Hemisphere)

Bug type Name Location Size Hour
Bug type Name Location Size Hour
Insect Pill bug Hitting rocks N / A 11 pm – 4 pm
Insect Centipede Hitting rocks N / A 4 pm – 11 pm
Insect ladybug In flowers N / A 8 am – 5 pm
Insect Violin beetle On tree stumps N / A All day
Insect Common butterfly Flying N / A 4 am – 7 pm
Insect Yellow butterfly Flying N / A 4 am – 7 pm
Insect Peacock butterfly Flying through hybrid flowers N / A 4 am – 7 pm
Insect Firefly Flying N / A 7 pm – 4 am
Fish Cherry salmon River (Clifftop) Medium 4 pm – 9 am
Fish Char River (Clifftop) Medium 4 pm – 9 am

Bugs leaving Animal Crossing: New Horizons after June (southern hemisphere)

Bug type Name Location Size Hour
Bug type Name Location Size Hour
Fish Pike River Big x All day

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