Coral Island is a cozy little farm simulator that has more than just farming to entertain you. Apart from its art and interesting take on farming, the game also lets you interact with the world in a lot of ways. You can hunt, fish, brew, and gift your rewards and items to various NPCs. All of this works well together and makes the game interesting and fun to play. However, there are some aspects of the game that players find quite difficult. Not being able to catch Tiger Beetle is one of the most interesting yet frustrating issues in Coral Island.
Catching bugs is a nuanced art that requires patience, planning, and the right tools. You need to know where to look, what to look for, and how it makes a difference in-game. With these many factors in-game, it is no wonder catching bugs is a hard thing to master. Thankfully, this act does not go unrewarded in Coral Island. You can trade, barter, or donate these bugs for various rewards and items. If not directly, they can help you significantly down the road with the relationships and friendships you have painstakingly build up.
Coral Island Tiger Beetle: How to get, find, & catch?
The Tiger Beetle is a small insect that is classified as a rare find. It is notoriously difficult to catch. You need to go looking for it, find it, and trap it for it to be caught. Luckily, it can be bred so you just need to catch two to make a farm full of them but catching the first two takes a lot of effort. You go about catching it like any other insect in the game. Just this time, you need to look for locations with water nearby. The best places to look are as follows:
- Garden Lake
Since it is an insect that appears only during the Spring season, you will need to factor this into your catching plans as well. Apart from the location and the season, the beetle is convenient to find since it does not have a preference for time of day or weather.
How to catch them?
Once you spot them, you catch them as you would other insects. To do this, you will need a bug net, and once caught, you can cook it, donate it, or sell it for money. Here is the catch, however. Many users think the game actively prevents them from using lower-quality nets. The beetles themselves don’t spawn and become harder to spot or catch when using a bug net of inferior quality. While we found no evidence to support this in the game itself, it does seem like the insect is very, very hard to catch. This will likely mean that you will have to pour some time and effort into finding this insect in-game. While the spawn rates are low, we assure you that catching it is, in fact, possible; it just requires a bit of patience.
Well, now you know all about catching a Tiger Beetle in Coral Island. If you found this guide informative and would like to read more, make sure to visit Android Gram daily.