Core Keeper – Pull Patterns in Fishing

Core Keeper – Pull Patterns in Fishing 1 -
Core Keeper – Pull Patterns in Fishing 1 -

This will include all of the Core Keeper pulling patterns. This will be updated as I fish more areas. In the meantime, I’m concentrating on the Dirt Biome and Clay Caves. This guide is only for fishing pull patterns. It does not depict what the actual fish do when cooked. It would be preferable if you did not rely on me to create that guide.

To explain: When you fish, the fish pulls to escape from you, and they turn red. Redfish can be difficult to reel in if they aren’t entirely red. The ‘tension’ bar (, which makes the line snap when it’s full, will rise dramatically and you won’t be able to pull the fish to your left. Each fish has a unique pulling pattern.

It’s quicker, so I’ll be using acronyms.

  • Short pull: SP
  • Long pull: LP
  • Short rest: SR
  • Long rest:

I also recorded the interval times. Short pulls and rests take about 0.5 seconds, while long pulls and rests take 1 second.
The first pulling pattern you reel in could be between (and). The pattern of a Rockjaw, for example, is SP, SPSR, SPSR, SPSR, SPLR, repeat. However, the first time you reel it in, it may only pull twice). This is only temporary, as the following pulling pattern will come after the one that was pulled.

Dirt Biome

  • Orange Cave Guppy: LP SP, LR. SR. Repeat.
  • Blue Cave Guppy: LP. LR. LP. SR. Repeat.
  • Rock Jaw: SP SR SP, SR SP, SR SP, SR SP, SP SP, LR Repeat.
  • Gem Crab: SP SR, LP LR, Repeat

Clay Caves

  • Yellow Blister Head – SP, SR. LP. LR. Repeat.
  • Green Blister Head: SP SR, LP LR, Repeat.
  • Devil Worm: SP, SR, repeat.
  • Vampire Eel: LP, SR, LP, SR, LP, LR, repeat.


Written by Mistake

This is all about Core Keeper – Pull Patterns in Fishing; I hope you enjoy reading the Guide! If you feel like we should add more information or we forget/mistake, please let us know via commenting below, and thanks! See you soon!

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