This article is about the free-to-play guide. For the members guide, see Money making guide/Fishing (P2P).
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Fishing is a popular and efficient way to make money. Since fish can be cooked, cooking fish is also mentioned in this guide. However, raw fish tends to fetch higher prices than cooked fish, due to the high demand of players who want to train Cooking. Therefore, it is recommended to leave all captured fish raw if maximum profit is desired. However, fishing can take some time to get a full inventory, so patience is required.
|Level 1 Fishing,||Fish raw crayfish from fishing spots along the River Lum behind the Lumbridge church. The bank in the Lumbridge Castle is not too far, and several inventories may be fished per hour, depending on fishing levels. The bank in Al Kharid is also a good place to bank the crayfish.
|Level 40 Fishing|
|Fish raw lobsters at Musa Point on the northeastern edge of Karamja. You may note the fish by running to the southern edge of Musa Point and speaking with Stiles. With a decent Fishing level and a reasonable attention paid, around 300 lobsters can be caught per hour.
|Level 50 Fishing,|
|Fish raw swordfish at Musa Point on the northeastern edge of Karamja. Raw tuna will also be caught while fishing for swords, and players may choose to drop them or keep them in their inventories. The fish may also be noted by running to the southern edge of Musa Point and speaking with Stiles. Though swordfish are worth more than lobsters. It's less profitable because less people buy swordfish and it is also harder and more time consuming to fish than lobsters.|
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