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Ice Fishing
Ice Fishing logo.png
Players 1
Controls Mouse (move fishing line up and down)
Minigame location Ski Lodge
Date released March 10, 2006[1]

May 9, 2013 (Club Penguin App)

Date closed March 30, 2017
For the Club Penguin: Elite Penguin Force version of this game, see Ice Fishing (DS). For the mechanic from Club Penguin Island, see Beacon Boardwalk#Fishing.

Ice Fishing was a game played outside the Ski Lodge which could be accessed by clicking on the wooden door with a fish above it.

The objective of the game was to catch at least 60 fish before losing all the worms. The player fishes through a hole in the ice. Underneath the hole lay fish but also other potentially dangerous obstacles such as crabs, jellyfish and sharks. The maximum number of fish the player could catch was 64. The player started out with 3 worms for bait and could catch bonus bait throughout the game. Players could catch a Gray Fish if they wore the Flashing Lure Fishing Rod, but they were harder to catch.



Name Description
Snack Attack stamp Feed a fish to a shark.


Name Description
Shock King stamp Get 3 shocks from jellyfish and finish the game.
Fishtastic stamp Catch 15 fish without any mistakes.


Name Description
Worm Win stamp Finish the game without losing a worm.
Crab Cuts stamp Have 3 crabs cut your line and finish the game.
Afishionado stamp Catch 45 fish without any mistakes.
Gray Goodies stamp
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Catch 15 gray fish.
Fly Fisher stamp Catch 63 fish in under 5 minutes.
Prize Mullet stamp Capture Mullet.


Name Description
Ace Angler stamp
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Hook 15 gray fish and Mullet with no worm lost.


Image Notes
Fluffy the Fish are the most common fish that players try to catch. Each are worth 4 coins.
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Gray Fish are another version of Fluffy the Fish. They can only be caught by members with the Flashing Lure Fishing Rod, which is bought from the Game Upgrades catalog. Players must wear it when they enter the game to be able to catch gray fish. They are harder to catch, because they quickly dart away from the bait. Each are worth 8 coins.
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The Mullet is a big, red, fish that appears at the end of the game, once the player catch 60 fish. After it appears, 3 more fish will appear. To catch the mullet, players can catch 2 fish, and keep the last as a bait to lure it. A 100 coin bonus is given when caught.
Can of worms gives the player one extra worm.
Barrels knock fish off the hook.
Boots knock fish off the hook.
Jellyfish can shock the line and take a worm away. They also take away a fish if there is one on the hook.
Sharks can bite both the worm and fish off the hook.
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Crabs can crawl along on the underside of the ice and cut the player's line.
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A Pink Puffle with a green snorkel swims past occasionally with a banner, to warn players of hazards.


  • Near the first part of the game, try catching gray fish instead of yellow fish, but you will have to wait for the fish to swim by. If you are near the end, try waiting for a while. If you think the Gray Fish will not swim by, just catch the yellow fish and the mullet (but if you can catch both, you should do so).


  • On February 28, 2008, an addition to this game launched. It was a special fishing pole that you could buy from the Snow and Sports catalog, which was later moved to the Game Upgrades catalog.[2]
  • Stamps for the game were released on April 25, 2011, along with a new title screen.
  • Prior to the release of the Flashing Lure Fishing Rod, the Pink Puffle that swims across the screen with a banner used to be a Blue Puffle.
  • In the app version, there is an extra Pink Puffle that informs players that they need to catch 60 fish to win.
  • A screenshot of this game can be seen on one of the computer screens in the Everyday Phoning Facility.
  • The theme song is called Paris St Germain by Jeremy Sherman.
  • When grabbing the mullet, the sound for the fishing rod is actually a roulette wheel.[3]


Names in other languages

Language Name
Portuguese Pescaria no Gelo
French Glaglasticot
Spanish Pesca en hielo
German Eisfischen
Russian Зимняя рыбалка