No line/hook » No hook » Fully equipped
|Size||1 x 3|
|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||Tree Bough x3; Block of Wood x1, String x4, Leather x1, Cloth x1;Fishline, Fish Hook, Fishing Lure|
|Required By||(38) Abyss Gazer, Asp, Bass, Bream, Brill, Burbot, Carp, Catfish, Cave Sculpin, Cavelacanth, Chub, Cod, Eel, Grayling, Haddock, Herring, Ide, Lavaret, Mackerel, Mullet, Pale Ghostfish, Perch, Pike, Plaice, Pomfret, Roach, Rose Fish, Ruffe, Saithe, Salmon, Silver Bream, Smelt, Sturgeon, Tench, Trout, Whiting, Zander, Zope|
|Slot(s) Occupied||5L or 5R|
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The Primitive Casting-Rod is, as the name suggests, a tool used to catch fish, one of the staple food source early on for beginners. It must be equipped to one hand and is used by the Fish command on a body of water. For more information check the Fishing page.
The Primitive Casting-Rod uses lures instead of bait.
How to Acquire
Create a pole with the crafting recipe.
Now, you need to add a line, a hook, and some kind of fishing lure before you can use the fishing pole.
To fish with this casting rod you need to have some kind of lure equipped. Early accessible fishing lures are: Woodfish, Rock Lobster Lure, Feather Fly and Pinecone Plug. If you have a farm set up, then Poppy Wobbler is a good choice too.
To equip the fishing pole with fishing line and other necessities, left click on the item to select it and then right click it onto the fishing pole. If you want to swap something out, you can take it apart again by right clicking on the fishing pole and selecting Unequip, which will return all the parts to your inventory.
How to Fish
Cast into any body of water.
The type of fish that appear and the chance to catch them are determined by your fishing gear, the moon phase, and the local fish node, along with a chance to catch that particular fish. The first percentage is the chance that the fish will bite and the second percentage is the chance to land the fish if it bites. The final percentage is the likelihood that you will obtain the fish.
If you do not select an option, you will automatically pick the fish with the highest catching chance.
- now shows "Chance to Bite" and the "Chance to Land"
- Fishing mechanics were changed in
- Fishlines. The various string items previously passing for fishlines (e.g. "Spindly Taproot") are no longer the hot things to use. Instead, there are 8 new, craftable fishlines. ..." >"