A Dungeoneering room may contain a fishing pond where respective fish can be caught by having a Fly fishing rod and feathers in the player's inventory. Both can be bought from the Smuggler. The Fishing rod can be added to the tool belt. If one has attained the ability to fish without bait from the Prawnbroker, feathers are no longer necessary.
Below shows a list of different species of fish that can be caught in these ponds. The (m) indicates that only members can catch this species of fish. The prices are also shown.
Note: On lower complexities, one of the fishing spots in each room will only give half of the normal experience, a move intended to reduce the overall XP gain from Fishing on Complexity 2.
|Image||Fish||Level||Normal XP||Half XP||Cost|
|Raw heim crab||1||9||4.5||200 coins|
|Raw red-eye||10||27||13.5||550 coins|
|Raw dusk eel||20||45||22.5||840 coins|
|Raw giant flatfish||30||63||31.5||1400 coins|
|Raw short-finned eel||40||81||40.5||1920 coins|
|Raw web snipper (m)||50||99||49.5||2700 coins|
|Raw bouldabass (m)||60||117||58.5||3400 coins|
|Raw salve eel (m)||70||135||67.5||4500 coins|
|Raw blue crab (m)||80||153||76.5||5500 coins|
|Raw cave moray (m)||90||171||85.5||9500 coins|
|Raw vile fish||Varies||Varies||N/A|
Each fishing location will yield a maximum of 14 fish. Approximately every second your character will have a chance at catching a fish. After 14 chances the fishing spot will become depleted.
After these fish are caught, they will appear in your inventory. You may cook these fish the exact same way you cook normal fish, with a fire. To make fire you must have branches and a tinderbox. The higher the tier of the branches, the lower the chances of burning the fish. These branches may be bought from the Smuggler or received as a drop. You may also cut these branches from trees in Daemonheim. You can use a hatchet to cut down branches. Cutting down of branches is recommended as the branches sold by Smuggler are expensive.