How to… Catch a Bee: Step by step

Catching a bee can be hard work, not nearly as much as catching a tarantula, or a scorpion, but still, it certainly isn’t the easiest to catch.

To catch a bee, you are going to need:

  1. A net in your pockets
  2. Braveness: really, be brave, they can be a little scary sometimes…
  3. Trees in your town: you better not have cut them off! If you have, just buy a sapling at Nook’s and dig in a hole with a shovel, drop the sapling in it and hope for it to grow! (No water is needed, unlike with flowers)
  4. Empty hands!

What to do:

  1. Start shaking trees, until a beehive falls to the ground.
  2. Run a little bit away from the tree in a circle motion, if possible, until you’re as far away as you seem to be able to (more or less a second away from them catching you if you stop running 😛 )
  3. Open you inventory
  4. Grab the net and as fast as you can (practice makes perfect) close the inventory and start pressing swinging your net!!

4 simple steps, but they aren’t easy at all, still; practice a few times, get stung a few times and before you know it you’ll have a 4.500 bell bee in your pockets!!

Hope this helped! To know a tiny bit more about bees here you have a small technical card with its size, selling information and where or when to catch it 😉

 

3 thoughts on “How to… Catch a Bee: Step by step

  1. Haha, that’s a really great picture, talking to Puddles with a dejected look on your face while bees are swarming all around your head! 😆 Nice guide Jemma! ^_^

  2. Haha, great picture! 😆 I tried to do that the other day but I got stung before I could find a neighbour xP
    I can’t remember the last time I caught a bee, it’s been so long! I had great luck with them when I first started out, and then I got worse and worse at catching them -_-

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