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- Boot redirects here. For other uses, see Boots (disambiguation).
- Wheel redirects here. Wheels are also a type of ship part in Phantom Hourglass.
Bag of Rupees
- Main article: Rupee
A bag of Rupees is a cloth sac containing a random amount of Rupees.. Catching one will add the bag's contents to the user's wallet. Of the common junk, this is the only one with a useful purpose.
Twigs are a type of detritus that serves no useful purpose, although the game states that catching twigs make good practice.
Boots are discarded shoes that serve no useful purpose. If more than one boot is fished up during the same gameplay cycle, the dialogue box will wonder why people even throw away boots. Boots are the only junk which have two different dialogue boxes available when caught.
Wheels are discarded broken wooden wheels that serve no useful purpose.
Empty Cans are discarded tin cans that serve no useful purpose. If one is fished up, the dialogue box will express disappointment that the can isn't an empty bottle. The Fishing Pond has a sign warning people not to throw empty cans into the water. These cans are also an example of advanced technology contradictory to a medeival-themed environment, as tin cans weren't invented until the early 19th century.
One-time only junk
- Main article: Bottle
A small pool separated from the main Fishing Pond on the east side of the area has a usable empty bottle within it. The Fishing Pond has a sign warning people not to throw empty bottles into the water.
- Main article: Sinking Lure
The Sinking Lure can be fished up from one of two spots in the Fishing Pond after having caught at least one each of Hyrule Bass, Hylian Pike, and Ordon Catfish while lure fishing, and additionally having obtained the Coral Earring. The Sinking Lure is one of only two things that require the Coral Earing to fish for, the other being Reekfish.
- ↑ "You caught a bag of Rupees! You don't know who dropped it, so it's OK to keep it. Open it with A to find out how much is inside!" — Dialogue box when catching a bag of Rupees (Twilight Princess)
- ↑ "You caught a twig...You didn't catch a fish, but catching detritus is good practice. Dispose of it with A." — Dialogue box when catching a twig (Twilight Princess)
- ↑ "You caught a boot...Well, it's no fish, but it's good for the environment! Dispose of it with A." — Dialogue box when catching a boot (Twilight Princess)
- ↑ "You caught another boot...Will there ever be a day when people don't throw boots away like this? Dispose of it with A." — Dialogue box when catching a second boot in the same session (Twilight Princess)
- ↑ "You caught a wheel...You didn't catch a fish, but at least you helped the environment! Dispose of it with A." — Dialogue box when catching a wheel (Twilight Princess)
- ↑ "You caught an empty can...Too bad it wasn't an empty bottle...Help the environment and dispose of it with A." — Dialogue box when catching an empty can (Twilight Princess)
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 "DON'T LITTER! Do NOT toss empty bottles or cans here! The fish are CRYING! Keep the fishing hole clean!" — Sign at the Fishing Pond (Twilight Princess)
- ↑ "You caught an empty bottle! Not only can you use this, but it'll clean up the waterway in the process. Two birds, one stone! Press A to stow it with your other items." — Dialogue box when catching the empty bottle (Twilight Princess)
- ↑ "You caught a sinking lure! This prohibited item cannot be used in fish ponds. It shines and should be good for fishing. Pick it up with A and you can use it the next time you go lure fishing." — Dialogue box when catching the sinking lure (Twilight Princess)