Which rod catches feebas?

Discussion in 'Electronic Games' started by Dunsparce Lover14, Apr 14, 2008.

  1. Dunsparce Lover14

    Dunsparce Lover14 New Member

    Ive been searching route 119 for feebas and realized i dont know witch rod you are most likely to hook a feebas. Which rod is the best rod to catch feebas? Is the old rod most likely because it can only catch magikarp and (i think) feebas?:confused:
    Last edited: Apr 14, 2008
  2. Pikamaster

    Pikamaster Active Member

    Use the best rod, but feebas only appears in 6 random squares of water for the whole length of route 119. Try catching two pokemon (with the rod, not a pokeball) in every spot and hope to get lucky. Oh, and if you want to change the 6 random squares, change the trendy saying on dewford.
  3. yoyofsho16

    yoyofsho16 New Member

    ummm its actually only TWO squares.
  4. Crystal Hikara

    Crystal Hikara New Member

    No, no, in the official RSE Nintendo Power guidebook and also in the NP FR/LG guidebook it says 6 squares. I know there's supposedly one at the end of the river- concentrate on using your Super Rod in places where the 'current' of the river would be weaker, such as corners and the sides, as well as before rocks; Feebas=feeble, and so it will cut back on a lot of time if you just fish on the sides instead of the middle of the river.
  5. master of puppets

    master of puppets New Member

    its 6 and its super.
  6. Pikamaster

    Pikamaster Active Member

    I found feebas in the middle of the lake.:eek:
  7. Alex

    Alex New Member

    Things I know for sure:
    1.Feebas is only on 6 spots in the river.
    2. The trendy saying in Dewford effects this.
    3. It can be caught(and is propably best caught) with an old rod.

    What I'm not 100% sure of
    1. A while ago here, there was a similar thread about this that claimed that entering the trendy phrase as "(the starter poke you chose) Ball" made it possible to encounter feebas at any spot on the river.(i.e. mudkip ball) I have never been able to test this myself though, so the validity of it remains a mystery to me. But I suppose it'd be worth a try, at least.

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