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When do the seasons change?

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2 years ago#1
I can't find this simple piece of information anywhere. I'm curious how long I have to catch the current seasons fish/bugs before it switches. On that note does know of a list of this seasons fish/bugs?
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2 years ago#2
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2 years ago#3
Well, catchable critters don't operate off seasons so much as they do the individual months.
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2 years ago#4
Seasons, according to Liquefy's FAQ:

Spring - February 25 to May 31
Summer - June 1 to August 31
Autumn - September 1 to November 25
Winter - November 26 to February 24
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2 years ago#5
ac_helper posted...
Seasons, according to Liquefy's FAQ:

Spring - February 25 to May 31
Summer - June 1 to August 31
Autumn - September 1 to November 25
Winter - November 26 to February 24


So that's when the grass changes color?
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2 years ago#6
The grass should change on the first day of the new season.
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2 years ago#7
_Twitchycat13_ posted...
I can't find this simple piece of information anywhere. I'm curious how long I have to catch the current seasons fish/bugs before it switches. On that note does know of a list of this seasons fish/bugs?


You must not have looked very hard. It's near the top of my FAQ.

Also, insect/fish/seafood availability changes by month, not by season. Consult my FAQ for the details.
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