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[Fishing] BDO - Freshwater Fishing Guide - Version 2.0

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  1. Moonraker

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    Freshwater Fishing Guide - Version 2.0

    Updates
    • 13 Oct 2020 - Added tables for O'dyllita region. See the separate O'dyllita - fish tables & notes page for more details. Check BDO Fish site for the map.
    • 24 July 2020 - Added note on at least some if not all Prize Fish groups in tables including a very low chance of Mudskipper, even in freshwater waters (i.e. Kamasylvia).
    • 03 July 2020 - Added link and notes for Devraa's BDO Fishing Map. This contains all my fish table data plus all checked and additions made for both freshwater and saltwater fishing areas. A great resource! In EN and KR).
    • 03 July 2020 - Adjusted notes for Kamasylvia G - Coastal (Inland) to reflect that the Okiara River table now extends all the way down to the sea. The remaining areas appear to remain the same.
    • 03 July 2020 - Adjusted notes in particular for Kamasylvia H - Coastal (Sea) which was a placeholder table for the sea area. Now with the release of the Crinea Papua content with the 24 June 2020 Patch Notes, this is now redundant and forms the new Serni Sea and Elsana Sea areas. See the Seawater Fishing Guide for these details.
    • 17 May 2020 - Updated Kamasylvia based on latest testing (thanks for help from @Devraa and @Vorph). It is now clear it dies not have a prize fish group region-wide. We new Grana did not have any but neither does Navarn Steppe, except for Lake Flonder which uses this table but onits the treasure group (relics, keys, petals etc.) but does add in the prize fish group (including mastery relics).
      Notes revised to reflect this.
    • 14 May 2020 - Added Sherekhan Necropolis to the origin list of Dreighan E table. Thanks @Adlan.
    • 07 February 2020 - Small pool in Manshaum Forest, Kamasylvia now appears to be a green only table, not Atanis Pond. it is still shown on the map but ignore it. Notes have been updated.
    • 08 October 2019 - Added all known prize fish species to the relevant freshwater waters which is currently limited to Kamasylvia with a region-wide prize fish group added and also a special one for Heidel. This is taken from the previously linked Mastery guide and locations list. This is still a work in progress and more species will be added as they are discovered in less popular waters. Just to note that to date no prize fish have been reported outside of Kamasylvia or Heidel, including Dreighan, Mediah or Valencia regions. Note that most of the prize fish species are in fact saltwater species used in Kamasylvia, where the same prize fish group as Margoria Middle appears to have been used. And the Golden Albacore in Heidel.
    • 08 September 2019 - 06 September 2019 - Provisional list of new Prize Fish is available on a separate thread here [Fishing] Fishing Mastery - Prize Fish - Guide & Locations . Once it is more complete and confirmed the prize fish will be added to this guide for each water area.
    • 08 July 2019 - Added a sub-table for Khimut Lumber Camp to include a small area with a slightly different fish table which includes Macalod Lake and a small part of NE Tshira Ruins. These were unfishable for me at launch time but apparently it must have been the water level bug as it was available for others. Thanks to @Korvgubben and @Traxxle for the heads up.
    • 10 June 2019 - Having checked the few small streams added, which are mostly unfishable except for a couple of spots which only drop a trash table (Broken Bottle Fragment, Fertilizer Sack and Washed-Up Laundry); there is nothing to add for the new Star's End zone of the Calpheon region.
    • 30 November 2018 - Drieghan region fish tables added with notes and map.
    • 09 November 2018 - Totally reworked the list now the freshwater data check has been completed after the 10 October 2018 Patch Notes update unannounced changes to all fish tables.
    General notes
    • All tables have been rechecked after the unannounced 10 Oct 2018 Patch Notes update changes with a full, 192 inventory sample catch to confirm the species and items available.
    • Freshwater fish tables are generally set regionally, meaning that the relevant fish table can be caught anywhere within that region; except for some smaller streams and water bodies which may have the Default fish table (Fish Bones, Seaweed and either Surfperch or Sandeel). Kamasylvia also has eight separate fish tables in numerous water bodies, so refer to the map provided below for that region.
    • Fish quality is indicated by colour i.e. Rare, Big and Common.
    • The freshwater Big species are now all found together in one of two groups; Kamasylvia region and all other regions. These Big species can therefore be caught anywhere in either in their respective areas.
    • Generally, Ancient Relic Crystal Shard, Silver Key, Breezy Conch Seaweed and Laila's Petal items have a low drop rate chance in all fish tables except Common only or Trash tables. The drop rate is higher in Kamasylvia except where noted and Laila's Petal drop rate is probably the same for all waters.
    • Trash items drop in all waters. Usually one of either; Broken Bottle Fragment, Fertilizer Sack & Washed-Up Laundry, or Tattered Boot, Snapped Rope & Torn Net.
    • Freshwater fish spawn species are included for each region except Valencia and Kamasylvia which have no spawns.
    • See the Kamasylvia section below for notes specific to that region.
    • It is possible, at least in some, if not all Prize Fish groups in tables, a very low chance of catching Mudskipper, even in freshwater like Kamasylvia. It appears that the developers included this Common species in the prize fish group perhaps for fine balancing.
    Other fishing guides

    BDO - Seawater Fishing Guide - Version 2.0

    Devraa's BDO Fishing Map (this contains all my fish table data plus all checked and additions made for both freshwater and saltwater fishing areas. A great resource! In EN and KR).

    Freshwater Fishing Guide - Species List

    Calpheon region

    Snakehead
    Arowana
    Carp
    Cherry Salmon
    Freshwater Eel
    Lenok
    Striped Shiner
    Yellow-head Catfish

    Dace
    Mudfish
    Notch Jaw
    Roundtail Paradisefish
    Salmon
    Smelt


    Prize fish
    -

    Fish spawn species
    Mandarin Fish

    Balenos region

    Pacu
    Arowana
    Carp
    Cherry Salmon
    Freshwater Eel
    Lenok
    Striped Shiner
    Yellow-head Catfish

    Catfish
    Crucian Carp
    Bluegill
    Rosy Bitterling
    Soho Bitterling


    Prize fish
    -

    Fish spawn species
    Pacu

    Serendia region

    Leather Carp
    Mandarin Fish

    Arowana
    Carp
    Cherry Salmon
    Freshwater Eel
    Lenok
    Striped Shiner
    Yellow-head Catfish

    Barbel Steed
    Bitterling
    Bubble Eye
    Grayling
    Sweetfish
    Terrapin
    Yellowfin Sculpin


    Prize fish
    -

    Note: The exception in Serendia is Heidel where two prize fish species have been added, included the highest value species, the Pirarucu at 15M, however it appears a very low drop rate. The normal Serendia fish table is used in the city area as before.

    Heidel

    Prize fish
    Golden Albacore
    Pirarucu


    Fish spawn species
    Leather Carp

    Mediah region

    Leather Carp
    Piranha

    Arowana
    Carp
    Cherry Salmon
    Freshwater Eel
    Lenok
    Striped Shiner
    Yellow-Head Catfish

    Kuhlia Marginata
    Sweetfish
    Bleeker
    Crawfish
    Goby Minnow
    Perch


    Prize fish
    -

    Fish spawn species
    Piranha

    Valencia region

    Pacu
    Arowana
    Carp
    Cherry Salmon
    Freshwater Eel
    Lenok
    Striped Shiner
    Yellow-head Catfish

    Catfish
    Bleeker
    Crawfish
    Goby Minnow
    Kuhlia Marginata
    Perch


    Prize fish
    -

    Fish spawn species
    None

    Kamasylvia region

    Notes
    • Refer to the Kamasylvia Fish Table Location Map at the end of the guide which identifies all fish-able water bodies in the region (possibly some small pools not marked on the game map not included but most are).
    • Refer to the Associated nodes listed for each fish table and the indicative areas indicated on the map.
    • There are no fish spawns in Kamasylvia.
    • The low drop rate, high value Rare species Golden Siniperca can drop region-wide in Kamasylvia. Therefore it is not included in individual fish tables.
    • The low drop rate, high value Rare species Granges D'Or can only be caught within Grana city waters and is included in that fish table.
    • The Bottle with a Note and Giant Fish Bone items have a chance to drop in the Kamasylvia Part 1 waters at a very low drop rate chance.
    • The Bronze Key item has a very low drop rate chance to drop region-wide in normal waters.

    Note:
    Grana appears to have no prize fish, as does the Navarn Steppe table. Common only tables do not have a prize fish group (no prize fish or mastery relics).
    This shared group also contains relics as do all prize fish groups plus, rarely, a Mudskipper common species (probably used as a filler species).


    Kamasylvia A - Kamasylvia Vicinity
    Associated nodes include: Kamasylvia Vicinity

    No fish species

    Trash
    Broken Bottle Fragment
    Fertilizer Sack
    Washed-Up Laundry

    Note
    A unique fish table not like the normal Default trash table.

    Kamasylvia B - Atanis Pond
    Associated nodes include: Atanis Pond, Atanis Waterway, Caduil Forest, Krogdalo Trace, Mirumok Ruins, Polly's Forest, Shady Tree Forest, Southern Kamasylvia, Tooth Fairy Cabin (North), Tooth Fairy Forest (North), Viv Foretta's Cabin

    Mandarin Fish
    Spotted Barbel

    Arowana
    Cherry Salmon
    Diamond Minnow
    Lenok
    Striped Shiner
    Yellow-Headed Catfish

    Amur Minnow
    Bass
    Yellowfin Sculpin


    Prize fish
    Albino Coelacanth
    White Grouper


    Kamasylvia C - Navarn Steppe
    Associated nodes include: Loopy Tree Forest, Mirumok Ruins, Navarn Springs, Navarn Steppe, Shady Tree Forest, Tooth Fairy Cabin (South), Tooth Fairy Forest (South), Western Valtarra Mountains

    Pacu
    Swiri

    Arowana
    Cherry Salmon
    Diamond Minnow
    Lenok
    Striped Shiner
    Yellow-Headed Catfish

    Stumpy Bullhead
    Sweetfish
    Goby Minnow


    Prize fish
    No prize fish group in table.

    Kamasylvia D - Okiara River
    Associated nodes include: Okiara River

    Leather Carp
    Miho Spine Loach

    Arowana
    Cherry Salmon
    Diamond Minnow
    Lenok
    Striped Shiner
    Yellow-Headed Catfish

    Common Minnow
    Grayling
    Bleeker


    Prize fish
    -

    Kamasylvia E - Grána city
    Associated nodes include: Grána

    Granges D'or
    Spotted Barbel
    Miho Spined Loach

    Arowana
    Cherry Salmon
    Diamond Minnow
    Lenok
    Striped Shiner
    Yellow-Headed Catfish

    Stumpy Bullhead
    Sweetfish
    Goby Minnow


    Prize fish
    No prize fish group in table.

    Kamasylvia F - Lake Flonder
    Associated nodes include: Grána (East), Lake Flonder, Okiara River

    Pacu
    Swiri

    Arowana
    Cherry Salmon
    Diamond Minnow
    Lenok
    Striped Shiner
    Yellow-Headed Catfish

    Stumpy Bullhead
    Sweetfish
    Goby Minnow


    Prize fish
    Albino Coelacanth
    White Grouper


    Note
    Since the 10 October 2018 Patch Notes update, Relics and Silver keys are not dropping in this water (no normal relics, keys, conch, petals etc.). It has the same species as Navarn Steppe table but, while omitting normal treasure group items, it does have prize fish which makes it unique for that combination.

    Kamasylvia G - Coastal (Inland)
    Associated nodes include: Grána (West), Gyfin Rhasia Temple, Krogdalo Trace, Looney Cabin, Loopy Tree Forest, Okiara River, Tooth Fairy Forest, Yianaro's Field, Manshaum Forest

    Amur Minnow
    Bass
    Yellowfin Sculpin


    Note
    With the release of the Crinea Papua content with the 24 June 2020 Patch Notes, Coastal (Inland) the Okiara River (blue) table now extends all the way down to the sea. The remaining areas appear to remain the same.
    No relic/key/conch group in this table.
    Used primarily in a zone approximately 100-200 metres inland from the sea but also a few small pools and small parts of the river inland.

    Kamasylvia H - Coastal (now Serni Sea & Elsana Sea)
    Associated nodes include: Acher West Camp, Grana (West), Gyfin Rhasia Temple, Krogdalo Trace, Looney Cabin, Loopy Tree Forest, Okiara River, Southern Kamasylvia, Tooth Fairy Forest

    -


    Note
    With the release of the Crinea Papua content with the 24 June 2020 Patch Notes, this is now redundant and forms the new Serni Sea and Elsana Sea areas. See the Seawater Fishing Guide for these details.

    Map - Kamasylvia Fish Table Location Map

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    Dreighan region

    Notes
    • Generally the fishing in Dreighan is similar to Kamasylvia both in catch composition (one Rare species rather than two in Kamasylvia), value (though a lower distance trading bonus being closer to Valencia). It also appears to have a similar drop rate for relics and other items in that group.
    • Origin nodes are found across multiple node areas which are listed for each fish table. There will be other node areas covered not listed due to the complexity of the Dreighan waters.
    • There is only one Rare species in each fish table compared to Kamasylvia which has two Rare species in each but the overall percentage of catch is similar.
    • Axolotl species is a low drop chance, high value species chance to catch across the region.
    • Generally, Ancient Relic Crystal Shard, Silver Key, Breezy Conch Seaweed and Laila's Petal items have a low drop rate chance in all fish tables except in the Common only table. Also a very low drop rate chance for Bottle with a Note and Giant Fish Bone items. Appears to be a similar drop rate to Kamasylvia for all these items.
    • Null cast issues (rod bouncing back on cast)in many locations, Especially shallow waters. In these waters it is a matter of finding a patch where fishing works though in some it is not possible. The developers are currently aware of the issue. Most of these waters were fixed some months after which means previously unfishable waters are now fishable. They have been added to the origins where possible though it is not possible to add all the small bits of waters to the map.
    • Duvencrune has a lower trash percentage than other waters.
    • There are no fish spawns in Dreighan.
    • Dreighan, like other freshwater fishing waters, has all Big species available across the region in one group.
    Drieghan A - Duvencrune
    Associated nodes include: Duvencrune, Kiernak Falls, Duvencrune Farmland, Tuir River

    Burbot
    Amur Goby
    Freshwater Eel
    Grass Carp
    Mori
    Stickleback

    Korean Loach
    Stone Moroko
    Stumpy Bullhead
    Sweetfish


    Drieghan B - Tuir River
    Associated nodes include: Tuir River, Tuir River Downstream, Tuir Valley, Khalk Canyon, Wolf Blood Settlement, Duvencrune Mountains, Sherekhan Mine Road, Gayak Altar

    Burbot
    Amur Goby
    Freshwater Eel
    Grass Carp
    Mori
    Stickleback

    Amur Minnow
    Grayling
    Oily Shiner
    Spined Loach


    Drieghan C - Marroba River
    Associated nodes include: Marroba River, Dormann Lumber Camp, Gervish Mountains, Harak's Shelter
    Akum Rocky Mountain, Khalk Canyon, Windy Peak, Hoom Highland, Duvencrune Mountains, Sherekhan Mine Road, Morning Fog Post


    Burbot
    Amur Goby
    Freshwater Eel
    Grass Carp
    Mori
    Stickleback

    Amur Ide
    Crawfish
    Goby Minnow
    Korean Loach


    Drieghan D - Khimut Lumber Camp
    Associated nodes include: Khimut Lumber Camp, Marroba River, Tshira Ruins, Wolf Blood Settlement

    Black Shiner
    Amur Goby
    Freshwater Eel
    Grass Carp
    Mori
    Stickleback

    Bass
    Cherry Icefish
    Perch
    Shuttles Hoppfish


    Drieghan D-a - Khimut Lumber Camp
    Associated nodes include: Khimut Lumber Camp, Tshira Ruins

    Black Shiner
    Amur Goby
    Freshwater Eel
    Grass Carp
    Mori
    Stickleback

    Cherry Icefish
    Minnow
    Perch
    Stumpy Bullhead


    Note
    Only found in a small area consisting two water bodies; Macalod Lake NW of Forgotten Gateway node with Khimut Lumber Camp origin and a small area of NPC water a 100 metres SW of the same node with Tshira Shrine origin. The Common species vary a bit from the main Khimut Lumber Camp table.

    Drieghan E - Gervish Mountains
    Associated nodes include: Gervish Mountains, Garmoth's Nest, Marak Farm, Duvencrune Farmland, Doroter Hills, Fountain of Origin, Duvencrune Mountains, Sherekhan Necropolis

    Black Shiner
    Amur Goby
    Freshwater Eel
    Grass Carp
    Mori
    Stickleback

    Minnow
    Perch
    Yellowfin Sculpin


    Drieghan F - Fountain of Origin
    Associated nodes include: Fountain of Origin

    Burbot
    Amur Goby
    Freshwater Eel
    Grass Carp
    Mori
    Stickleback

    Amur Ide
    Mudfish
    Oily Shiner
    Roundtail Paradisefish


    Drieghan G - Common only fish table
    Associated nodes include: Doroter Hills, Khimut Lumber Camp, Dormann Lumber Camp, Marroba River, Sherekhan Mine Road

    Minnow
    Perch
    Yellowfin Sculpin


    Note:
    Common only table. Includes trash and no relic group items. Around a few structures and under bridges/ land.

    Calpheon - Calpheon fish table
    Associated nodes include: Demi River Upstream, Primal Giant Post, Marroba River

    Snakehead
    Arowana
    Carp
    Cherry Salmon
    Freshwater Eel
    Lenok
    Striped Shiner
    Yellow-head Catfish

    Dace
    Mudfish
    Notch Jaw
    Roundtail Paradisefish
    Salmon
    Smelt


    Note
    Calpheon fish table extends down the Demi River Upstream east into Dreighan as it changes to the Marroba River and down through Primal Giant Post. Dreighan mainly on the south bank.

    Map - Dreighan Fish Table Location Map

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    O'dyllita region

    O'dyllita - Region-wide (except a few small pools, see below for green only table)

    Charr
    Flower Icefish
    Dark Chub

    Prize
    -

    Green only table (O'dyllita fountain plus a few small waters along the coast and inland)

    Dark Chub
    Stippled Gunnel
    Yellowfin Sole


    Prize
    -


    Note: See the separate O'dyllita - fish tables & notes page for more details. Check BDO Fish site for the map.

    Notes on freshwater Fish Spawns

    • The randomly spawning fish pools are referred to as fish spawns rather than the older term hotspot, to avoid confusion between old static hotspots and the newer randomly spawning fish spawns.
    • Fish spawns inland difference from those found at sea in how they function. The general behaviour is:
    • The freshwater spawns have jumping fish (trout-like) but no sea gulls hovering above them.
    • They have a short spawn duration, often de-spawning within minutes (seemingly some are bugged and de-spawn in less than a minute).
    • On cast the spawn will de-spawn rather like Coelacanth spawns.
    • Unlike Coelacanth it is often possible to continue catching the spawn species in the same spot 2-3 more times after de-spawn. There is no remaining animation and the float needs to be recast to the same spot for this to occur.
    • The actual activation zone of the spawn is tight to the visual animation meaning the float needs to land in the middle or the spawn species wont be caught; unlike at sea where the activation zone extends out at least a boat length from the visual spawn.
    • Due to many freshwater spawns being out of range from land, the use of a boat is strongly recommended. This enables the fisher to patrol the river looking for spawns and position themselves close enough for an accurate cast into the pool. Using remote collection to an appropriate inland wharf (ensuring no items in the boat hold) is possible and the easiest way to use a boat inland.
    • There are some spawns which appear unfishable due to being in water where there is no wharf or connecting river through which to navigate to it. The spawns out of range from the shore (even with an energy cast) can not be fished. And example of this is Lake Kaia.
    Thanks

    This work could not be completed without the tremendous support from fellow players, especially on the MaoMaoPrince Fishing Community Discord channel, where you can usually find help with any BDO fishing related queries or share your experiences. Many thanks to all of you and others in the various forums and social media for your help. If you have something to add please post here or join the chat channel.

    On a personal note, I haven't played the game now for months but do enjoy the fishing research and new fishing related content. So this gave me enough drive to update these guides, which seem to get plenty of use which encourages me to continue the work. I can't promise that they will always be updated but I stay pretty active in the Discord channel and try to do so when things crop up.

    I hope you find the guide useful and enjoy your time with the fishing in BDO.

    Moonraker - EU
     
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  2. Desado

    Desado Wizard 62 NA

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    Thanks Moon, it's obvious it's a labor of love. Always very appreciated.
     
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  3. Mana_Mafia

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    We love you, Moonraker.

    Thank you for all of your contributions to the community.
     
  4. Moonraker

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    Appreciate the kind words.

    Just glad to give something back to the fishing community.
     
  5. Smileybones

    Smileybones Ranger 62 NA

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    Thanks for your contribution Moonraker, it's greatly appreciated.

    On my side, I'd like to know if the rare item "message in a bottle" still drops in Kamasylvia, because I've been fishing at Atanis pond every night since Kama release and haven't got such an item for quite a long time now.
     
  6. Moonraker

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    I got one in Atanis Pond during rechecking so they still drop. Avoid Lake Flonder waters though and probably Grana as they never dropped those items and Flonder doesn;t appear to have a treasure group at all with no relics for some reason.

    I also fished one up in Dreighan and the Giant Fish Bones furniture item so assume they drop across Dreighan also;

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  7. Smileybones

    Smileybones Ranger 62 NA

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    That's excellent news, thanks Moonraker !
     
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  8. Moonraker

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    As fate would have it I just fished up another, although it just gave me a note not quest ;-) In Dreighan again, different water.

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    Edit: I got two more since this even. Possibly they set the drop rate higher in Dreighan but with low drop rate items always easy to see patterns when it's simple RNG.

    For the bottle specifically it may be worth trying there for some days. The income is much the same as rare fish seems to be evening out and relics similar. Just the distance trading is lower.

    I keep an alt in Valencia now to deal with them so my fisher doesn't have tom move. Just ensure they are Level 30 to use shovels and some decent DP will help with the heatstroke.
     
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  9. Kymbur

    Kymbur Summerhaven Ranger 62 NA

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    I also got one since the patch, from the waters out at TFC. Unfortunately, I was fishing right at the split between 2 different tables, so don't recall which it was from.
     
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  10. TarkusBlack

    TarkusBlack Witch 62 EU

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    Amazing work, thanks @Moonraker

    I can always tell when you're back in-game as we play on the same channel and you're usually the only person ahead of me on the fishing leaderboard :-P
     
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    • 30 November 2018 - Drieghan region fish tables added with notes and map.
     
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    Hey moon you forgot the Golden Siniperca for the Kama tables. Nice work tho
     
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    Thanks.

    I tend to add a reference to the low drop rate, high value species in the notes as otherwise it just extends the list and some may think they should drop like the others. Hopefully the note explains it well enough that is there;
    • The low drop rate, high value Rare species Golden Siniperca can drop region-wide in Kamasylvia. Therefore it is not included in individual fish tables.
    As it stands it seems they messed up the GS drop rate and Luvar still in Margoria as they don;t seem to drop at all now after the recent change. Or if they do a really low drop rate way lower than before which makes no sense. I suspect a mistake.
     
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    Lol you totally did...I skimmed through the list as I've seen this list a lot of times. I agree with you though, they definitely messed up the drop rates for GS. At Guru 2 I have only caught 65 total 99% of which were before the nerf, but tbh I never really fished Kama, because I was spending most of the time in the oceans. Now I'm wishing I had spent more time in Kama trying to fish those up when they were so plentiful and not polluted with trash fish since the October patch. Granges D'or are also on my no-go list as the drop rate is so abysmally low compared to coelacanth and even sperm whales. I'm pretty sure I have caught more sperm whales than Granges D'or. Which to me is extremely disheartening, because I was really hoping to get all of the fish titles before Guru 20.
     
  15. SirAyhame

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    it's a mammoth task, I appreciate.
    THX
     
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    I appreciate all the kind words and thanks. It's what makes the efforts worthwhile ;-)
     
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    Just glad to give something back to the fishing community.
     
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    It's a good guide. I'm curious if there are maps for serendia/calpheon region regarding fishing territory as well? I found an interesting river peace near the serendia gate way far to the south as Heidel node. So how many spots would be so far away from their original node while near a trading NPC of the near real territory? Another sweet spot in near Epheria Valley/Sentry Post that still links to Calpheon for a 9% trade.
     
  19. Princess_Kawaii

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    Thank you for the updating of the guide, I've been away for some months and this has been instrumental in me relearning the changes that took place in 2018, as well as the fact that I can no longer ascertain Golden Siniperca's, thank god I have the lover title already XD
     
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  20. FamousAzzkicker

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    where can i get a lot of Shuttles Hoppfish? (tried khimut lumbercamp but they only drop 1 every 4-5 hours, that spot is bad, marroba river too)

    also wondering, do the "birdpets" help aquiring knowledge if i have them out while fishing? i know it works for ecology, not sure about fishing tho.
     
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