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Vital statistics
Size 2 x 1
Storage Size 6 x 6
Skill(s) RequiredSpecific needed skills.<br>The default skills every hearthling starts off with, Oral Tradition, Primitive Tools & Wilderness Survival), are ignored. Fishing
Object(s) Required Prepared Animal Hide x4, String x6
Produced By Hand
Slot(s) Occupied 9L
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Icon keyboard.pngCraft > Clothes & Equipment > Packs & Sacks > Creel


A very unique "Cape", a Creel is an equippable storage bag that can store Fish and other small fishing related items in 6x6 slot inventory.
Can't put items in it when not equipped, can't un-equip without emptying first.


There have been complaints that creel is underpowered, comparing its capacity to amount of fish you can haul if you load Rowboat with two Wheelbarrows. However creel is quite cheap to make and stacks with wheelbarrows, only downside being that it takes up the cape slot. Creel provides you with additional 36-slot inventory that synergizes with wheelbarrow strategy by giving you more space to fill before having to go to shore, pile and load the fish into wheelbarrows.

(In a hypothetical scenario where you only catch 1x1 size fish, creel will actually hold more fish than a (single) wheelbarrow.)


When you craft fishing hooks with Creel equipped, they will go there instead of your main inventory. This may cause confusion if you don't know it.

Game Development

  • Stack of Stacks (2023-03-07) >"Sub-inventories (stacks, belts, keyrings, creels, &c) are now permanently available to the client. You can drag sub-inventories to detach them as traditional inventory windows."
  • Pocket Bundle (2023-01-17) >"Reworked equipped container items slightly (Wicker Pickers, Belts, Creels). They can now be picked up and held on the cursor while containing things, and can also be dropped to the ground and placed in non-player inventories. The only restrictions placed upon them is that they cannot be opened while not equipped, and that they cannot be placed in player inventories."