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    I decided to make this thread to avoid the flooding of ACWW help wanted threads. So If you need help paying your morgatige,pulling weeds, or need help with anything else ACWW related, or just want to help others, this is the place to post.

    Now featuring ~*Lovély_Latias*~'s Money Making Scemes guide!
    Money Making Schemes
    1.)Shake trees for bells.(shake a tree, if an item leaf, or bell bag comes out, pick it up.Be careful, sometimes a honeycomb comes out, full of angry bees.
    catch them, they make money too. If nothing comes out, shake another tree.)
    Originally Posted by ChaosKid

    1. Shake a tree
    2. If a beehive falls out, take 4 steps away from tree
    3. Go to inventory
    4. Equip net
    5. Watch closely-there will be a time when the bees fly around your head, not above it
    6. Wait for the bees to fly around your head again, then quickly press B then mash A. Hopefully you have just caught your first bee.
    2.)Hit the rocks with your shovel, many bell bags will pop out, if you block your recoil.Only one rock a day.

    3.)Fishing yep the fastest way, for me.
    1. Go up to the ocean, lake, pond, then look for a fish shadow, tap a, toward the "fish" and wait.
    2. Sometimes it takes abit for the little boogers to bite.
    3. When the shadow dunks the bait into the water, tap a.
    4. Now you've caught a sea creature, or trash.You can not tell, because litter and "fish" behave the same way.
    1. Angelfish: 3,000 Bells; river (rare) May to October, morning, evening, night.
    2. Arapaima: 10,000 Bells; river (rare) July to September, morning, evening, night.
    3. Arowana: 10,000 Bells; river (rare) June to September, morning, evening, night.
    4. Barbel Steed: 200 Bells; river all year, all day.
    5. Barred Knifejaw: 5,000 Bells; ocean (rare) March to November, all day.
    6. Bitterling: 900 Bells; river November to February, all day.
    7. Black Bass: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
    8. Blue Gill: 120 Bells; river all year, noon.
    9. Blue Marlin: 10,000 Bells; ocean (rare) July to Sept, all day.
    10. Carp: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
    11. Cat Fish: 800 Bells; pond May to October, morning, evening, night.
    12. Char: 3,800 Bells; waterfall Mar to June and September to November, morning, evening.
    13. Cherry Salmon: 1,000 Bells; river March to June and September to November, morning, evening.
    14. Clownfish: 650 Bells; ocean April to September, all day and May to August, noon.
    15. Coelacanth: 15,000 Bells; ocean during rain or snow (rare) all year, morning , evening, night.
    16. Craw Fish: 250 Bells; holding pond April to Sept, all day.
    17. Crucian Carp: 120 Bells; river all year, all day.
    18. Dab: 300 Bells; ocean October to April, all day.
    19. Dace: 200 Bells; river all year, morning, evening, night.
    20. Dorado: 15,000 Bells; river (rare) June to September, morning, noon, evening.
    21. Eel: 2,000 Bells; river June to Sept, morning, evening, night.
    22. Football Fish: 2,500 Bells; ocean (rare) November to March, morning, evening, night.
    23. Freshwater Goby: 300 Bells; river (rare) all year, morning, evening, night.
    24. Frog: 120 Bells; holding pond May to August, all day.
    25. Gar: 6,000 Bells; pond (rare) June to September, morning, evening, night.
    26. Giant Snakehead: 5,500 Bells; pond July to August, noon.
    27. Gold Fish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year, all day.
    28. Guppy: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) April to November, noon.
    29. Hammerhead Shark: 8,000 Bells; ocean (rare) June to September, all day.
    30. Horse Mackeral: 150 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
    31. Jelly Fish: 100 Bells; ocean August, all day.
    32. Killifish: 300 Bells; holding pond (rare) April to August, all day.
    33. King Salmon: 1,800 Bells; river (rare) September, all day.
    34. Koi: 2,000 Bells; river (rare) all year, morning, evening, night.
    35. Loach: 300 Bells; river March to May, all day.
    36. Ocean Sunfish: 4,000 Bells; ocean (rare) April to September, morning noon, evening.
    37. Octopus: 500 Bells; Ocean September to January and March to July, all day.
    38. Olive Flounder: 800 Bells; Ocean (rare) all year, all day.
    39. Pale Chub: 200 Bells; river all year, noon.
    40. Piranha: 2,500 Bells; river (rare) June to September, noon, night.
    41. Pond Smelt: 300 Bells; pond December to February, all day.
    42. Popeyed Goldfish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year, all day.
    43. Puffer Fish: 240 Bells; ocean July to September, all day and August, all day.
    44. Rainbow Trout: 800 Bells; river March to June and September to November, morning, evening.
    45. Red Snapper: 3,000 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
    46. Salmon: 700 Bells; river September, all day.
    47. Sea Bass: 160 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
    48. Sea Butterfly: 1,000 Bells; ocean December to February, all day.
    49. Seahorse: 1,100 Bells; ocean April to November, all day and May to September, noon.
    50. Shark: 15,000 Bells; ocean (rare) June to September, morning, evening, night.
    51. Squid: 400 Bells; Ocean December to Aug, all day.
    52. Stringfish: 15,000 Bells; river (rare) December to February, morning, evening, night.
    53. Sweetfish: 900 Bells; river July to September, all day.
    54. Tuna: 7,000 Bells; ocean (rare) November to March, all day.
    55. Yellow Perch: 240 Bells; river October to March or November to February, all day.
    56. Zebra Turkey Fish: 400 Bells; ocean April to November, all day and May to September, noon.

    If you use this tactic, you can make up to 3 or 4 grand with 14 fish, sometimes 10 fish.

    4.)Beach combing, yes very simple empty your pockets, and pick up what ever is on the beach.
    • Porceletta:30 bells
    • Sand dollar:60 bells
    • Dalltop:90 bells
    • Coral:125 bells
    • Venus Comb:150
    • Conch:350 bells
    • White Scallops:450 bells
    • Pear Oyster:1,200
    From here on these are from cheatcc.com
    5.)Use the Golden Shovel to bury money. It may grow into a tree that will grow Bells, depending on how much money was buried. NOTE:This depends at what time you bury it, and on luck.

    6.)
    1. Go to the bank and access your account.
    2. Save all the money you have into the account.
    3. Save the game and turn off the DS. Change the date to ten years later and your money will go up, depending on how much is in there. It usually goes up 99,999 Bells.
    4. Put any amount of money into your savings account that is over 50,000 Bells.
    5. Then, change the system date to the year 2099.
    6. Resume the game and you will have a letter in the mail thanking you for keeping money in the account, and that they have added 99,999 Bells to it. Repeat this process as much as desired to get a lot of money.NOTE: You will receive a lot of weeds.This works better if you change the system date to the year 2000, then play the game and save. Then, change the system date to the year 2099.
    7.)Change the system date to January 1st to get mail from your Mom with 10,000 Bells
    NOTE: If you plan on traveling through time, weeds will grow every were, and it's a pain in the arse to clean up the town.

    8.)catch insects, their really easy to catch, swat the net at em till you get em, then sell them.Butterflies are only 175 bells.
    Originally Posted by ChaosKid
    Well, if someone posts fish, I'll post bugs:

    Agrias Butterfly Jun — Sep / Midday Flowers 03,000
    Ant Year Round / All Day Ground 00,080
    Atlas Beetle Jul — Aug / Night Palm Trees 08,000
    Banded Dragonfly Jul — Aug / Midday Air 04,500
    Bee Year Round / All Day Trees 04,500
    Bell Cricket Sep — Oct / Dusk, Night Grass 00,430
    Birdwing Jun — Sep / Midday Flowers 03,000
    Brown Cicada Jul — Aug / Midday Trees 00,200
    Cockroach Year Round / All Day Trees 00,005
    Common Butterfly Mar — Sep / Dawn, Midday Flowers 00,090
    Cricket Sep — Nov / Dusk, Night Grass 00,130
    Darner Dragonfly Jun — Aug / Midday Air 00,200
    Dung Beetle Dec — Feb / Dusk, Night Snowballs 00,800
    Dynastid Beetle Jul — Aug / Night Trees 01,350
    Elephant Beetle Jul — Aug / Night Palm Trees 08,000
    Emperor Jun — Sep / Midday Flowers 02,500
    Evening Cicada Jul — Aug / Dawn, Dusk Trees 00,550
    Firefly Jun / Night Ponds, Rivers 00,300
    Flea Mar — Nov / All Day Neighbors 00,070
    Fly Year Round / All Day Bad Turnips, Garbage 00,060
    Fruit Beetle Jul — Sep / All Day Trees 00,100
    Giant Beetle Jul — Aug / Night Trees 10,000
    Goliath Beetle Jun — Aug / Night Palm Trees 06,000
    Grasshopper Jul — Sep / Midday Grass 00,160
    Hercules Beetle Jul — Aug / Night Palm Trees 12,000
    Honeybee Mar — Aug / Midday Flowers 00,100
    Jewel Beetle Jul — Aug / Midday Trees 02,400
    Ladybug Mar — Jun, Oct / Midday Flowers 00,200
    Lantern Fly Jun — Sep / Dusk, Night Trees 01,800
    Long Locust Aug — Nov / Midday Grass 00,200
    Longhorn Beetle Jun — Aug / Midday Trees 00,260
    Mantis Aug — Nov / Midday Flowers 00,430
    Migratory Locust Sep — Nov / Midday Grass 00,600
    Mole Cricket Nov — May / All Day Underground 00,280
    Mosquito Jun — Sep / Dusk, Night Air 00,130
    Moth May — Sep / Night Lights 00,060
    Oak Silk Moth Jun — Sep / Dusk Trees 01,200
    Orchid Mantis Aug — Nov / Midday Flowers 02,400
    Peacock Mar — Sep / Dawn, Midday Flowers (dark) 00,220
    Pillbug Year Round / All Day Rocks 00,250
    Pondskater Jun — Sep / Midday Ponds 00,130
    Rainbow Stag Jun — Sep / Night Trees 10,000
    Red Dragonfly Sep — Oct / Dusk Air 00,080
    Robust Cicada Jul — Aug / Midday Trees 00,300
    Saw Stag Beetle Jul — Aug / All Day Trees 02,000
    Scarab Beetle Jul — Aug / Night Trees 06,000
    Scorpion Jul — Sep / Night Ground 08,000
    Snail Apr — Sep / All Day Flowers 00,250
    Spider Mar — Nov / All Day Trees 00,300
    Stag Beetle Jun — Aug / Night Trees 02,000
    Tarantula Jun — Aug / Night Ground 08,000
    Tiger Butterfly Mar — Sep / Dawn, Midday Flowers (light) 00,160
    Walker Cicada Jul — Aug / Midday Trees 00,400
    Walkingstick Jul — Nov / Dawn, Midday Trees 00,600
    Yellow Butterfly Mar — Sep / Dawn, Midday Flowers 00,090

    Alphabetical order and taken straight from the guide of IGN.
    How to catch a bug on the trunk of a tree:
    Quote Originally Posted by ChaosKid
    1. You are minding your own buisness when suddenly you see a bug on a tree.
    2. Take out your net
    3. Get somewhat at an angle to the tree, about 5 holes away
    4. Approach bug slowly and press A while walking to net bug before it flies
    5. NEVER RUN-it will get away most of the time.
    9.)If you see a star shape crack on the ground, dig, there's usually fossils in them.Sell em to Tom Nook for bells, or give them to Blathers the owl in the museum.

    10.)Go to your gates, and talk to Bookers, the dog on the left. Ask him if anything is lost. He will show you the lost and found items. Hover your hand cursor on the items, and tap y the item will now be in your pockets. sell the items to Tom Nook for bells.

    11.)Rarely you will find items in the recycling bin in the Town Hall, sell them to Tom Nook for bells.

    Hoped that helped, took me hours! Well happy hunting!

    Note:I have tried the schemes from cheatcc, and they all work.

    Do not quote this guide unless you have a question, or spotted a mistake.Do not quote this if you are going to call me a cheater. Desperate times call for desperate measures
    Ask permission if you wish to use this guide, and do give credit to cheatcc,ChaosKid, IGN, and ~*Lovély_Latias*~.
    Last edited by Hoshi no Kabii; 7th June 2006 at 12:24 PM.
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