Bucket of Fish

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Bucket of Fish
Bucket of Cod.pngBucket of Salmon.pngBucket of Pufferfish.pngBucket of Tropical Fish.pngBucket of Cod.pngBucket of Salmon.pngBucket of Pufferfish BE.pngBucket of Tropical Fish BE.png






Type

Tools

Renewable

Yes

Stackable

No

First appearances

See History

Name


cod_bucket

salmon_bucket

tropical_fish_bucket

clownfish_bucket

Mclogo.svgJava Edition.png

Buckets of fish are a form of water bucket with a fish inside of them.

Obtaining[edit]

A bucket of fish can be obtained by using a water bucket on any fish mob. The fish bucket obtained will correspond to the fish picked up. In the Bedrock Edition, an empty bucket can also be used to obtain a fish bucket.[Bedrock Edition only]

Usage[edit]

Pressing use with a bucket of fish will place a water source block, and spawn the corresponding fish back into the world, leaving an empty bucket in the player's inventory. For buckets of tropical fish, the patterns and color of the tropical fish are remembered and stored in the bucket. Placing a bucket of fish in the Nether will cause the fish mob to be spawned alone, flopping out of water.

Bucket of tropical fish[edit]

Tropical fish also have assigned names which can be seen after capture, so that the buckets are given names like "Bucket of Plum Blockfish", "Bucket of Sky-Orange Snooper" or "Bucket of Orange-Lime Dasher".[Bedrock Edition only] Their colors are mostly named according to the colored block names, though with a few exceptions:


  • White

  • Orange

  • Magenta

  • Sky

  • Yellow

  • Lime

  • Rose

  • Gray

  • Silver

  • Teal

  • Plum

  • Blue

  • Brown

  • Green

  • Red

The base color will come first, and if the pattern color is different, it will come after that. Lastly, the fish bucket will be given a name according to the shape and pattern of the fish:

Flopper Glitter Betty
Stripey Blockfish Clayfish
Tropical Fish Patterns.png
Kob Snooper Brinely
SunStreak Dasher Spotty

A bucket of tropical fish pulled out of the creative inventory will spawn randomly colored tropical fish when used.

Advancements[edit]

Icon Advancement In-game description Parent Actual requirements (if different) Internal ID
Advancement-plain-raw.png
Tactical Fishing Catch a fish... without a fishing rod![upcoming 1.13] Fishy Business Use a water bucket on a fish mob to create a fish bucket. minecraft:husbandry/tactical_fishing

Achievements[edit]

Icon Achievement In-game description Actual requirements (if different) Availability Xbox points earned Trophy type (PS)
Xbox PS Bedrock Nintendo

I'm a Marine Biologist Collect a fish in a bucket No No Yes No 20G

History[edit]

Official release
1.13 18w08b


Added cod, salmon and "Puffer Fish" buckets.
The texture of what appears to be a clownfish bucket can be seen in the game files.
18w10a
Added tropical fish buckets.
18w14a Catching a fish in a water bucket now awards the Tactical Fishing advancement.
18w19a Corrected "Puffer Fish Bucket" to "Pufferfish Bucket".
Tropical fish bucket id changed to tropical_fish_bucket.
18w22a Changed tropical fish bucket texture to
.[1]
pre5 Changed the name of fish buckets: "[type of fish] bucket" is now "bucket of [type of fish]," which is the name the item always had in Bedrock Edition.
Bedrock Edition
1.4 beta 1.2.14.2


Added fish buckets of cod, salmon and tropical fish.

Added bucket of pufferfish, which has different textures compared to the Java Edition.
beta 1.2.20.2 Now available in the Creative inventory.

Issues[edit]

Issues relating to "Fish Bucket", "Cod Bucket", "Salmon Bucket", "Pufferfish Bucket", or "Tropical Fish Bucket" are maintained on the bug tracker. Report issues there.

Trivia[edit]

  • When a water bucket is transformed into a bucket of fish, it will actually push the bucket texture down one pixel. According to Dinnerbone, Jappa says this is due to the "weight of the fish."[2]
  • Buckets of tropical fish will always appear to contain an orange-white kob, regardless of whatever fish is actually inside.[3]
  • Since empty buckets can be used to capture fish on the Bedrock edition, it is possible to create an infinite amount of water source blocks simply by catching a fish mob with a bucket and continuely placing and re-capturing the mob.

References[edit]

Promotional Content