Rumble Fishing (Super Mario Party)

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Rumble Fishing
Rumble Fishing from Super Mario Party
Appears in Super Mario Party
Type 4-Player minigame
Time limit 60 seconds
Music track Wet and Wild

Rumble Fishing is a 4-Player minigame appearing in Super Mario Party. The setting of the minigame is similar to that of World 6-1 and other seaside-themed levels from Super Mario 3D Land. Its name is shared with an earlier Battle minigame from Mario Party 4, which in turn takes the name from the title of the book Rumble Fish by S. E. Hinton.


Several Dragoneels emerge and subsequently submerge. All of the players then float down on Lakitu's Clouds, holding fishing rods. The minigame then starts.


Rumble Fishing results from Super Mario Party
The results after the last player catches a Dragoneel (or after 60 seconds have passed)

Players ride Lakitu's Clouds and are over a large body of water filled with Dragoneels underneath. The Dragoneels cause several ripples in the water. Players can hover over the ripples to check how powerful a rumble is. Stronger rumbles indicate longer and larger Dragoneels. Players can claim a Dragoneel by shaking the Joy-Con when the water is rippling. The player with the longest Dragoneel wins the game.

On the Challenge Road, this is the 12th challenge of Mushroom Beach and the 33rd challenge overall. The challenge features a completely different target compared to normal gamplay: The player must quickly find one Dragoneel in five seconds for the normal challenge and three seconds for the Master Challenge.


  • Control Stick – Move
  • Rumble – Search
  • Shake Joy-Con – Pull

In-game text[edit]

  • "Fish for the strongest rumble!"
  • "You only get one chance, so make it count!"
  • Tips: "If the rumble feels weak, find another spot to fish."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 探せブルブルフィッシング
Sagase buruburu fisshingu
Rumble Hunt Fishing
Chinese (Simplified) 探测振动钓大鱼
Tàncè Zhèndòng Diào Dàyú
Detect the Rumble and Catch the Big Fish
Chinese (Traditional) 探測震動釣大魚
Tàncè Zhèndòng Diào Dàyú
Detect the Rumble and Catch the Big Fish
Dutch Vibratievissen Vibration Fishing
French Dragon à l'hameçon Dragon at the hook
German Kein kleiner Fisch No smaller fish
Italian Vibra-pesca Vibration fishing
Korean 찾아라, 진동 낚시
Chajara, Jindong Naksi
Find, Rumble Fishing
Spanish (NOA) Temblor delator Tell-tale tremor
Spanish (NOE) Pesca del Hidragón Dragoneel's Fishing