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Pokemon: The 10 Best Water Types Pokemon with the Highest Catch Rate!

Pokemon: We have seen that the water-type Pokemon appears quite frequently in the competitive scene. They generally play defensive or supportive roles.

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In this article, we have listed the top 10 Pokemon with their catching rates.

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10/10: Chewtle

It is quite easy to catch Chewtle. He has a Catch Rate of 255. It is not a strong Pokémon but the evolution of Chewtle into Drednaw is a literal monster. Drednaw has a decent Attack stat.

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9/10: Corphish

Corphish is a cute lobster with a catch rate of 205. Crawdaunt, the evolution of Corphish is a strong wall-breaker.

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8/10: Marill

Marill is considered to be the first “Pikachu Clone” Pokémon. He has a catch rate of 190.

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7/10: Wingull

Wingull has a Catch Rate of 190. This is a defensive Water-type Pokémon. Well, it is not that strong or cool-looking.

6/10: Slowpoke

Slowpoke has a goofy look with a relaxed personality. Slowpoke evolves into Slowbro and Slowking which is quite tough to deal with.

5/10: Krabby

Krabby has a catch rate of 255. He is capable of doing an incredible amount of damage because of his high attack stats.

 

4/10: Mareanie

The evolution of Mareamie is one of the most powerful Water-type Pokémon that has been designed until now.

3/10: Shellder

Shellder is a defensive water-type Pokémon. He has a catch rate of 190. He can be used as a trap setter/remover or to defeat Dragon and Flying-type Pokémon.

2/10: Staryu

Staryu is a cute Water-type Pokémon. He has a Catch Rate of 225. He has high speed with a decent Special Attack stats.

1/10: Magikarp

He is considered to be the most famous underdog of all the Pokémon. He has a Catch Rate of 255. This signifies that it is probably the fastest to catch than to defeat in a battle.

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