10 best fishing games for Android


My Fishing World Best Fishing Games for Android

Humans have been fishing for as long as we exist. We do it for sport, for recreation, and many still do it for food. Not everyone these days has time to pack up their gear and head to the nearest lake or river. The good news is that these people still have options if they want to catch fish, although we admit it will never be as good as the real thing. Here are the best fishing games on Android! There’s another one coming up that we haven’t tested yet. It is for pre-registration on Google Play now. At least, that’s at the time of this article’s publication. We’ll add it to the list in the next update if it’s good!

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3DCARP

Price: $ 2.49

3DCARP is one of the few paid fishing games. It includes eight lakes and four rivers where you can catch up to 28 different varieties of fish. There are a ton of minor details that set this game apart from its peers. Some fish will jump out of the water when hooked, you can use bait boats and even climb trees to help you find more fish. It is not the most popular fishing game. However, it seems to be one of the strongest fishing games available today. Just be sure to try it out before the refund period ends, as the game hasn’t seen an update since 2018, so the bugs may never be fixed.

3DCARP 2020 screenshot


Ace Fishing: Wild Catch

Price: Free to play

Ace Fishing is one of the most popular fishing games. Features of it include the ability to customize your fishing gear, travel to a variety of locations, catch a variety of fish, and more. There is also a world ranking to see how your catches stack up against the world. Catching a fish isn’t particularly difficult, but the mechanics are fun. There are even a few basic fishing tactics needed to catch fish. It’s a freemium game. This is by far the worst thing about it.


Master of fish

Price: Free / $ 2.49

The Fish Master is a simpler arcade style fishing game. You drop your line and haul as many fish as you can. The game has improvements that allow you to reach even greater depths for more fish. It also has inactive game elements. You make money doing things even when you are not playing the game. You can obviously tell from the screenshots that this is not a serious fishing game. However, it worked well in our testing and seems like a good way to kill a few minutes. The full version of the game costs $ 2.49 and we like the lack of freemium mechanics in this one.

The Fish Master - Best Android Fishing Games


Fishing break

Price: Free to play

Fishing Break is a simpler fishing game. In it, players will catch hundreds of different fish from eight different locations. You’ll also have achievements to earn, leaderboards to climb, and fast-paced yet challenging play. The graphics are simple, but that’s okay. In fact, realism might actually make this game worse. This is the kind of game you play while standing in line at the store or for the commercials to end. As long as you don’t mind, it’s a fun game.


Fish hook

Price: Free to play

Fishing Hook is one of those fishing games that tries to focus on realism. It’s a pretty basic game at its core. You will spend most of your time on a virtual boat with your line in the water. The mechanics are a little weird. They are not, however, too difficult. The game also features fish challenges, achievements, leaderboards, and support for up to 16 languages. It has some unusual permissions and Galaxy Note 5 bugs. However, for the most part it should be a positive experience.


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Peach

Price: Free to play

FishingStrike is one of the newest Android fishing games, comparatively. The game plays much like most freemium fishing games. You catch a bunch of fish, level up (or unlock) gear, and go for some more fish. You can catch up to 500 different varieties in a number of different places. In addition, the game contains elements of virtual reality and augmented reality that give it a more modern touch. We really love that the game doesn’t limit you with silly energy restrictions. You can play as often as you like. It’s something different and surprisingly fun, beware of those in-app purchases.


Let’s go fishing

Price: Free to play

Let’s Fish is one of the greatest fishing games. It includes more than 60 sites and 650 species of fish. There is also a ton of fishing gear to collect and use. Unlike most, this game also offers online multiplayer. This includes the usual things like rankings. However, it also includes a PvP fishing duel mode. It’s something a little different from most. The downside is that it’s a freemium game. This means that PvP is probably paying a bit. It’s a good performance overall as long as you don’t mind the freemium stuff.


Master bass fisherman

Price: Free to play

Master Bass Angler is one of the best arcade fishing games. Unlike simulators, it doesn’t make you wait very long to get things done. The fish bite almost immediately after casting the line. The game features multiple locations across the United States, various upgrades to your gear, and more. It also has no registration required. The freemium strategy is actually really cool with this one. It has an energy system and advertising. However, you can eliminate both with one in-app purchase. It’s much better than having to do it more than once. There is also an online multiplayer mode.


My fishing world

Price: Free to play

My Fishing World is one of the best fishing games on the list. It features realistic fishing spots, day and night cycles, and a fairly straightforward game user interface for just about anyone. Plus, you can unlock a bunch of tackles and even chat with other players online while you fish. It’s pretty obvious that the appearance of the game is the main attraction here, but the game isn’t bad either. Beware of the free items and you should take advantage of them.

Screenshot of My Fishing World


Rapala fishing

Price: Free to play

Rapala Fishing is an arcade style fishing game developed by Concrete Software with Rapala. It aims for a more realistic experience. It’s not perfect, but it doesn’t work out badly either. You can also play as often as you want. The developers boast that there are no energy bars, timers or anything like that. It’s still a freemium game, so don’t think you get away with it too easily. There are also daily tournaments, various activities and other things to do.


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