Hello, my name is Flashee and this is an afk fish from tutorial for Minecraft 1.11+ This design is the simplest and most compact fish farm ever created. All you need is a mending fishing rod, a way to hold on your right click, and you’re ready to AFK. What’s special about this design is that you won’t hear any annoying open and closed door sounds; It’s nearly silent. This farm produces loot from fish to junk, as well as treasures like nametags, saddles, and enchanted books, rods, and bows. It doesn’t take long before you have a full chest of valuables. This non-resource-intensive build only requires 5 solid blocks, 1 regular piston, 2 tripwire hooks, 1 string, 1 block in which the rod will not cast out, 1 hopper, 2 chests, and a water bucket. Extra resources include 1 torch and any type of stair or slab. I’ll start off with a quick overview of how to build the contraption, then I’ll show a POV of building. You’ll start off with a double chests and place your piston on top with a hopper feeding into the chest. 2 blocks will go here and the remaining there. The non-castable block goes in that position and finish off the design with water on top of the hopper and tripwires like so. Make sure to place your string over the water. In extra you can place your stair or slab before the chest and the torch on the noteblock. Now for the POV build, you’ll place a double chests and a piston on top with a hopper facing into the chest. Place a block on the hopper to place these two blocks, then break this block. Next place a block diagonal to the piston and the opposite block. On those place your tripwire hooks. Now place your non-castable block here so your water won’t spill and top it with your string. Lastly, place this block so the piston won’t push you off and place a stair or slab here, then set your torch there. Here is the farm working once agian. *tripwire tripped* *fish caught* *piston retracts* *chest opens* *chest closes* If you’re curious the torch serves two purposes: 1) It lights up your area. 2) It keeps the noteblock silent. *noteblock sounds* As you can hear without the torch, we get a nice, yet annoying, array of notes. There are many alternative farm designs to choose from the primary design uses the noteblock however you may also use a fence gate, chest, wooden trapdoor, repeater, comparator, lever, daylight sensor, wooden door, enderchest, or button. *tripwire trips and piston extends* *fencegate opens and closes* Using a fence gate is easy to use and cheap to craft; although, it’s really annoying if you’re around to hear it open and closed. If you’re using a chest is cheap to craft and silent also. The *silence* downside is that the build becomes bigger and uses an extra 2 blocks. *trapdoor opens and closes* Using the trapdoor is alright because it’s pretty cheap but it still creates the open/close sounds and it is a little harder to find the right place to cast the rod. A repeater can also be used easily and it is silent. Cons include the price to craft it, as well as the extra blocks involved in the build. A comparator is also a non-castable block and it is easy to use but it makes the tick-tock noise and is not cheap to craft. The same thing goes for the lever as we hear the tick-tock sound. The lever is easy to craft, but is not easy to find the correct place to cast the fishing rod. The daylight sensor is silent, but costly. It is somewhat easy to use, but is impractical due to the cost to craft it. Using a wooden door is almost exactly like the trapdoor; however, its swings towards the water. It is a tad difficult casting the rod correctly, but is fairly cheap. The enderchest works exactly like the wooden chest does and requires the two extra blocks. This is very expensive but silent. It’s easy to cast the rod but not sensible to use due to the materials needed the craft it. Lastly is the wooden or stone button. This is the hardest one to cast the rod, but it still works. It’s super cheap, only requiring one stone block or one wooden block, but adds an extra block to design overall. It does, however, create the button-clicking sounds. My final notes are that you should expose the waterblock to skylight. Make sure that no solid block is directly above the water where your bobber sits or the wait time will be doubled. You can have transparent block such as glass, fences, etc., but for maximum efficiency, it is best to have no blocks at all. Allowing rain to hit the bobber on your fishing rod increases your chances to catch something by about 20%, so do not build in a desert. Also, remember to light up your surrounding area because nearby mobs will stop you from touching anything. As for the best rod to use, if you’re looking for treasure, go for Lure I and Luck of the Sea III. If you want fish over treasure, go for Lure III and Luck of the Sea I. Remember, always have a mending rod for infinite use of the farm and having Unbreaking III is also a plus. Alright everyone, that’s all for this video. I hope this tutorial helped you in any way. I’m so glad i could make it. You can find the original creator in the description. He allowed me to make an English tutorial, so huge thanks to him! If you enjoyed the video please leave a like and if you want to see more tutorials from me in the future, make sure to subscribe to be notified! I always check the comment area, so feel free to ask any questions down there, and as always, thank YOU for watching my video. Until next time, take care, see you.