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Dredge: All New Fish in The Pale Reach DLC

There are numerous new fish and crabs to catch in The Pale Reach DLC for Dredge.

Along with a new frozen area to explore comes new fish to catch and new aberrations to discover. With a total of 17 new marine creatures to discover, these are all the new fish in Dredge: The Pale Reach DLC.

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All Fish in Dredge The Pale Reach

Most of the fish in The Pale Reach are caught with a rod, though a couple are caught with Crab Pots, or with a Trawl Net. All prices listed are an approximate given in the Encyclopedia, as freshness and size can effect the price you get at the fish market.

Caught with Rod

  • Icefish: Sells for $13
    • Catch with Ice rod at any time.
    • Also caught with Trawl.
    • Aberrations:
      • Fractalline Icefish: Sells for $35
      • Thawed Icefish: Sells for $45
      • Astral Icefish: Sells for $55
  • Char: Sells for $18
    • Catch with Coastal rod at any time.
      • This is the only fish in The Pale Reach zone that requires a different rod, though there are some Abyssal spots just outside of the glacier.
    • Aberrations:
      • Bubbling Char: Sells for $44
  • Wolffish: Sells for $25
    • Aberrations:
      • Hinged Wolffish: Sells for $60
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  • Lizardfish: Sells for $45
    • Catch with Ice rod at any time.
    • Also caught with Trawl.
    • Aberrations:
      • Feral Lizardfish: Sells for $120
  • Toothfish: Sells for $60.
    • Catch with Ice rod at any time.
    • Aberrations:
      • Bulbous Toothfish: Sells for $140
  • Goblin Shark: Sells for $75
    • Catch with Ice rod at any time.
    • Aberrations:
      • Grisly Shark: Sells for $185
  • Sleeper Shark: Sells for $250
    • Catch with Ice rod at any time.
    • No Aberrations

Caught with Ice Trawl

These fish, along with those that can be caught with both rod and trawl, are not time specific. Just drop the next and chug around the glacier until your net is full.

  • Stargazer: Sells for $35
    • Abberations:
      • Craterous Seer: Sells for $75
  • Colossal Squid: Sells for $200
    • Aberrations:
      • Pale Grasper: Sells for $500
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Caught with Crab Pot

All areas of the iceberg maintain depths of 80.0m to 100.0m. While exploring I didn’t find any area that dipped below that. That means you can place these pots anywhere you please and still catch all the new species. I also found these aberrations to be the hardest to find, so using any pots with an increased bonus will be helpful.

  • Sea Stars: Sells for $12
    • Catch at 50.0m or deeper.
    • Aberrations:
      • Fallen Stars: Sells for $40
  • King Crab: Sells for $35
    • Catch at 50.0m or deeper.
    • Aberrations:
      • King’s Wrath: Sells for $85

Those are all the new fish introduced in Dredge The Pale Reach. Whether you’re looking to catch all of them or just trying to make the most money while you explore, you’ll want to trawl while you’re there. For more on The Pale Reach DLC, check out our guide hub.


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