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What is the best location on Feebas?

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What is the best way to catch Feebas in Ruby. The only way to get Feebas is using old rod or super rod? Because I need help.

asked May 14, 2013 by sheepman1306
edited May 14, 2013 by Flare
Hey, it's F-E-E-B-A-S not F-E-E-B-S. Also... S-U-P-E-R Rod, not S-U-P-P-E-R Rod. That's a dinner rod.

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You can catch Feebas with any rod. Personally I prefer to use Old Rod because it makes any "by-catch" easy to kill (usually Magikarp), however many people prefer to use a Super Rod because the only other thing you'll catch with it in that location is a Carvanah and they're also usually quite a high level, so you can train your Pokémon at the same time as searching for Feebas.

Be prepared, unless you're really lucky, looking for Feebas will probably take a long time. It can be found in the river near to the Weather Institute. However it only appears in 6 tiles in the whole river! There is no way to know which 6 tiles, it's random and it's different in every game, so you just have to use trial and error. :( I think the spawn rate for Feebas (on any of the 6 tiles) is about 60%, so you should fish each tile 3-5 times to make sure that Feebas isn't there. I got bored doing that though and just fished each tile 1-2 times and hoped for the best, and it took me about an hour to find him.

If you make a note of where you found Feebas, it will continue to spawn there, until the Trendy Phrase in Dewford changes! (Warning... I think it will change if you mix records.) I recommend that if you want to be able to get more Feebas later, make sure you catch a female, so that if the 6 tiles move, you can breed it if you want another one later. Good luck!

answered May 16, 2013 by NekoEmmi
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First off, you need an old rod. The thing about catching feebas is they are only abundant on about 6 tiles on route 19. (source) On that note, good luck fishing.

answered May 14, 2013 by Troll Patrol
I do not mind asking, what do you mean abundant and 6 tiles, is that mean six tries??
It means that there are six spaces of water that feebas really show up on.