Gathering information for fisherman.
Fisherman resource spawns are schools of fish found in lakes, sea and rivers. Higher profession level unlocks new types of fish, while better fishing rods allow reaching spawns far from land.
The experience for each resource is 10 + (min level/2). You only gain experience when you actually catch a fish; failed fishing attempts result in no experience.
Note: The fishes listed here are not the ones displayed in the profession panel. Those are all the fishes you can obtain from each type of school, ordered from most frequent to least frequent.
|1||10||Small Fish (river)||Gudgeon, Trout, Kittenfish|
|1||10||Small Fish (sea)||Grawn, Crab Stick, Breaded Fish|
|10||15||Fish (river)||Trout, Kittenfish, Ediem Carp, Pike|
|20||20||Fish (sea)||Crab Stick, Breaded Fish, Shiny Sardine, Kralove|
|40||30||Big Fish (river)||Kittenfish, Ediem Carp, Pike, Lard Bass|
|50||35||Big Fish (sea)||Breaded Fish, Shiny Sardine, Kralove, Blue Skate|
|70||45||Giant Fish (river)||Ediem Carp, Pike, Lard Bass, Perch|
|80||50||Giant Fish (sea)||Shiny Sardine, Kralove, Blue Skate, Sickle-Hammerhead Shark|
The gathering time depends on the type of resource spawn.
| Level >
| Small Fishes (river)
Small Fishes (sea)
|Big Fishes (river)||-||-||-||-||10.8||10.2||9.5||8.2||6.9||5.5||4.3||3.0|
|Big Fishes (sea)||-||-||-||-||-||-||8.5||7.4||6.3||5.1||4.1||3.0|
|Giant Fishes (river)||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||6.3||5.1||4.1||3.0|
|Giant Fishes (sea)||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||5.1||4.1||3.0|
Fishing always yields one fish, except in the case of failure. Once a fisherman reaches lv. 20 in the profession, they may encounter resource protectors that drop bags of fish. The type of fish caught varies.
See also Fishing locations
|Incarnam||River|| [4, 4], [5, 4],
[4, 5], [5, 5]
|Astrub pond||River||[1,-17]||Only place for F2P (apart from Incarnam)|
|Madrestam Harbour||Sea||?,?||You can engage crabs on the pier if you're not careful (see note below)|
|Kawaii River||River||[8,1], [9,0], [9,1], [10,2], [11,2], [11,3], [12,2]||-|
|Coast around lake in Amakna||River||From [12,12] down to [10,19]||The east part of this lake is the Bandit Territory, so you can be attacked if you move while a Rogues Clan's Bandit is too close to you.|
|Schwimming pool at Sufokia||Snappers||[15,25]||Contest Snappers only|
|Aerdala Village||Sea||[16,-35] [15,-34] [15,-33]||Inside the village, need correct alignment|
|West side of the Dreggon Peninsula||Sea||[7,27] and [7,28]||Beware of Dreggons|
|East side of the Dreggon Peninsula||River||From [-1,25] down to [-1,28]||Beware of Dreggons|
|Enchanted Lakes in the Koalak Mountain||River||[-16,5] - [-15,5]||Koalaks are aggressive|
|Dreggon Tunnel||River||[-4,25] [-3,24] [-2,25] [-1,26]||Beware of Dreggons|
Contest Snappers are only found at the pool at Sufokia [15,25]. They can only be fished using Fishing Rod for Snappers. The Snappers themselves are completely useless, but the fishing rod has 100% success rate and the supply is nearly endless, so this is a very good place for early fishermen who don't mind losing out on a few gudgeons.
(note: The contest snappers are not COMPLETELY useless, although they are only level 1 fish, they can still be fed to your mount for energy.)
It is possible to inadvertently enter a fight while fishing. When you fish, your character moves to a position close to the fish. If there is a monster mob at that location, it will start a battle as if you had intentionally attacked the mob. Also if you're not the level for a fish for example you can only get small fish, you have a chance to get fish one size up like for this example regular fish.