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Fishing Mechanics

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Unlike previous Generations, the Mechanics for Fishing changed significantly in The Alola Region. For starters, there is now only one Fishing Rod you will obtain. On top of that, trainers can no longer fish in any body of water. Instead, they can only fish where it has been denoted by a combination of rocks with a hole in the middle, found on coastlines or at sea. Bubble Spots were also introduced within the 7th Generation of Pokemon, specific spots that can be also fished in - usually with a higher chance of finding a rarer Pokemon - but a player must slowly approach them or the Pokemon might run away (thus making the player reenter the route to try again). A player can now even find cetain items when fishing, commonly referred to as the Fishing Items.

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