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While many WoW players fish because they enjoy the RP aspect of taking a break from questing to sit by a lake and relax, there are plenty of aeshtetic and practical min-max reasons to pick up fishing as well:




335 Wow Mr Fish It



While the Journal can be found in every junk container throughout Azeroth, your best bet for finding it is the Curious Crate, which is fished from schools and pools throughout Outland. The Crate can be fished from open water, but it has the highest chance of dropping directly from all schools of TBC fish. The second-best way to farm the Journal is to look for Mithril Bound Trunks. While the journal has a higher overall chance of dropping from the Mithril Crate, the types of pools that it can be found in are limited to Azshara, Feralas, Stranglethorn Vale, and Tanaris.


Get the Fishing Buddy addon, it will auto-cast, auto-lure, automatically turn on the Find Fish tracking option (when you get it), and it has a counter that will tell you how many fish you need to get to your next skill point (this makes you not go crazy). It also does a lot of other stuff, but those are the important things for leveling. GatherMate is another good addon to have.


Head to Tarren Mill or Southshore and go over to the river. Fish in the Sagefish schools. Occasionally you will fish up a trunk, open it and hope you get a Weather-Beaten Journal which will teach you the Find Fish ability.


Outland Angler locations:Zangarmarsh: Brackish Mixed School, Sporefish SchoolNagrand: Bluefish School, Mudfish SchoolTerokkar Forest: Brackish Mixed School, Highland Mixed School, School of Darter


Couple of Comments based on my own experience1) If you have another character who is already high in fishing, it may actually be easier to send that one out to the Bay of Storms to do the fishing for the others. I did this for two other characters and found it much easier than trying to figure out where they could and could not fish. There are both still in the 200s but are leveling doing KT fishing quests.


2) If you want a break from fishing at 285, try going to Silithus and do Sharing the Knowledge for the Smoked Desert Dumplings and then get the Hellfire Peninsula Quest Smooth as Butter for Buzzard Bites. You can use those two recipes to get all the way to 340.


An alternative strategy:Fishing endlessly in non lucrative low end pools to upskill can be tiresome with limited rewards. Buying mats/fishing cash crop in the begining is a viable, expedient, time saving alternative to skill both professions.


World of Warcraft wasn't the first RPG or MMO to have a fishing minigame, but the concept of a profession that was connected to other activities, like quests, achievements, and rewards as we now know it might have started in Azeroth. The profession of Fishing might be the most important one of the three since players can use it to boost the other two secondary skills of Cooking and First Aid.


There's more to fishing than equipping a pole and dropping a line, but that is a good place to start. Players have to seek out gear, trainers, and special buff items, just like they have to do with raids and dungeons. There's a lot for fisherfolk to do in Azeroth, Outland, and Northrend, so it's helpful to have a guide to keep track of everything.


Grinding the Fishing skill anywhere in Azeroth following the Wrath of the Lich King expansion is easier because characters can fish anywhere now regardless of their skill level and still gain experience. The drawback here is that a lot of fish will get away in the meantime. Lures can help alleviate this issue and they're available from trade vendors and fishing trainers.


It's perfectly fine to equip a fishing pole and nothing else, but adding a few more relevant pieces of gear to complete the look and give your character a few extra buffs is also beneficial.


The Find Fish skill isn't essential to be able to fish, but it gives a character the ability to see fishing nodes on the map. This skill isn't learned from trainers. Find Fish can only be learned from the Weather-Beaten Journal, an object that is randomly fished up in a variety of locations. It's bind-on-pickup too, which means it can't be sold or handed to another player.


Fishing is connected to both Cooking and Alchemy. Using fish with Cooking recipes is obvious, but several Alchemy recipes utilize certain rare fish, so even if a catch isn't useful for Cooking, it might be handy for something else. Cooking is also an important profession to level and Fishing is one of the best ways to do so.


About the same time you reach Artisan fishing, you'll be looking for Stoenscale Eel and Raw Nightfin Snapper, and when you go fishing becomes a more important consideration. These valuable fish are found more often at night. Sunscale Salmon, on the other hand, is a daytime fish.


Old Man Heming sells a variety of fishing supplies including "Expert Fishing - The Bass And You." This book trains you for Expert fishing and raises your skill level to 225. Your fishing skill needs to be at least 125 to use it.


Outland had an impressive choice of places to fish and resources to acquire through what was just a hobby in the older version of the game. This is the expansion where secondary professions got more attention, especially Fishing and Cooking. Consumes become even more important in The Burning Crusade and many of these were crafted from fish or items collected through fishing.


Upon reaching Shattrath, you need to seek out a precocious lad in the Lower City named Seth. He has a quest called "Rather Be Fishin'" which you complete by killing certain mobs in the nearby lake as opposed to fishing, hence the name. After you bring him eight Shimmerscale Eels, he'll give you Seth's Graphite Fishing Pole.


Not everywhere in Outland is idea for fishing, with zones like Netherstorm and Blade's Edge Mountains getting a hard pass. Zangarmarsh, on the other hand, is one of the best places in Outland to fish and that's party because of Steam Pump Flotsam, which can yield Curious Crate and Heavy Supply Crates filled with rare resources.


Terrokar Forest is another hot spot, with plenty of Brackish and Highland Mixed Schools depending on where you are in the zone. Nagrand has the precious Icefin Bluefish, coveted by spellcasters, along with plenty of Pure Water nodes where you can fish up Motes of Water along with other useful items.


Before you start fishing in Northrend, it's strongly recommended that you raise your skill to the maximum level allowed in the previous expansion, The Burning Crusade. Your level at this point should be at least 350, and the fishing trainers in Northrend can only train the Master Fishing skill past this level.


The following charts contain lists of commonly caught fish in the waters of each zone. For information on where specific pools of fish spawn use the Fishing pool pages. Information regarding the catch areas of individual types of fish can be found on that fish's page in the source section.


WRobot has all the features that any modern bot needs to have. It's advanced artificial intelligence closely mimics a humans behavior. The objective of WRobot is to not upset the balance of the game, but to help you play your way even with a busy schedule. With WRobot you can gather mining and herbing nodes, do quests, battlegrounds, pet battles, fishing, archaeology, and many other features that allow you to progress in all aspects of the game. It is also optimized to use the least amount of memory and CPU, so it can run on nearly any computer.


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