The fishing skill was released on 11 June 2001. It is a calm, relaxing and repetitive skill, which is quite easy for teenagers to train. How to get a fish on runescape?
There are some basic tools you may need on your fishing adventure. They are cage, fishing rod, fishing net and harpoon.
Crayfish cage can be used to catch crayfish, which is one of the only things you can catch when you first start fishing. It may costs you 20 gold pieces to get from the Lumbridge and Port Sarim fishing shops. Fishing nets can only be used in the seas. Members players can use big fishing nets to catch different, higher-level fishing and something like boots, seaweed and caskets, while free players can only use small nets. Fishing rods are necessary if you want to get some mid-level fish, they can be used in both rivers and seas. Members can use oily fishing rods to get lava eels and use barbarian rod to catch something like leaping trout. To fly-fish, you need fly fishing rods. Fly-fishing is good for power fishing because it has a high catch rate. Harpoons are usually used for catching larger or higher level fish, such as tuna, swordfish and sharks. There are three types of harpoons: the regular harpoon, the barb-tail harpoon and the sacred clay harpoon. Both of them can only be used in the sea. The higher level with your runescape account, the more fish you can get.
Once don your gear, just go to the spot to train your skill. If you are a member, farmer100 give you some suggestions: Catherby, Shilo Village, Jatizso, Piscatoris Colony, Daemonheim and so on. Catherby may be the most popular memebers fishing spot, it is recommended at level 40 to fish Lobsters here, before working your way up to Swordfish at level 50, and Sharks at level 76. You can get higher level account with farmers’ help, as farmer100 has runescape accounts for sale. While, to start fishing in Shilo, you have to complete Shilo village quest. It is recommended as the fastest place for experience in the game, as the bank is very close to the fishing spot…
For further information about fishing, please visit farmer100 for help.