Fishing Levelling Guide Apr-14-2020

Last post we have for you a Engineering Profession Guide, today we will welcome to our guide for fishing in World of Warcraft Classic. As fishing is one of the three secondary professions in WoW Classic, it’s very important to learn in addition to your two primary professions. And yes, the maximum level is 300 as well.

To put it simply, fishing allows players to use a Fishing Rod to cast out your line into bodies of water (such as lakes, rivers and oceans) and catch fish. With your fish, you can also cook them to get food that can regain your health, eat them raw, or feed them to hunter pets. There’s a bunch of fish you can catch, and therefore it can be quite intimidating trying to figure out how to get level 300 in WoW Classic. Let’s get to it!

Trainer Locations

We’ll now jump into the trainer locations for Apprentice (1-75), Journeyman (75-150) Fishing. And after that, we’ll talk about Expert (150-225) and Artisan (225-300) fishing.

Alliance Trainers

To start off the Alliance trainer locations for Apprentice and Journeyman fishing, there is Androl Oakhand in Rut’theran Village in Teldrassil (56, 93.6). Then, there’s Arnold Leland at the Canal by the Trade District, Stormwind (45.8, 58.2). There’s Astaia in the Temple Gardens at Darnassus (47.6, 56.6). There’s Brannock at the Feathermoon Stronghold in Feralas (32.2, 41.6). Next, there’s Donald Rabonne at the Southshore at Hillsbrad Foothills (50.6, 61). Grimnur Stonebrand is at the Forlorn Cavern in Ironforge (48.4, 6.4). There’s also Harold Riggs at Menethil Harbor in the Wetlands (8.2, 58.6). There’s Lee Brown at Goldshire in Elwynn Forest (47.6, 62.2). Matthew Hooper can be found at Lakeshire in Redridge Mountains (26.8, 50.4). Almost done! There’s Paxton Ganter at the Brewnall Village in Dun Morogh (35.6, 40.4). Warg Deepwater is at Thelsamar in Loch Modan (40.6, 39.6). And finally, Myizz Lyckycatch is at Booty Bat in Stranglethorn Vale (27.6, 77).

Horde Fishing

For the Horde trainer locations for Apprentice and Journeyman, there are quite a few options. You could go to Armand Cromwell, in the Magic Quarter at Undercity (80.8, 31.2). There’s Clyde Kellen, at Brightwater Lake in Tirisfal Glades (67.2, 51). There’s Kah Mistrunner at the Middle Tier, Thunder Bluff (56, 46.8). Katoom the Angler is at Revantusk Village, The Hinterlands (80.2, 81.4). There’s Kil’Hiwana at the south of Blackfathom Deeps, Ashenvale (10.8, 33.6). Next, there’s Killian Sanatha at the Docks by Fenris Isle in Silverpine Forest (33, 17.8). Lau’Tiki is at the South of Sen’jin Village in Durator (53.2, 81.6). Lui’Mala is at the Shadowprey Village in Desolace (22.6, 72.6). There’s also Lumak at the Valley of Honor at Orgrimmar (69.8, 29.6). You can find Ulthan Stillwater at the Bloodhoof Village in Mulgore (44.6, 60.6). Last, but not least there’s Myizz Luckycatch at Booty Bay in Stranglethorn Vale (27.6, 77).

You can learn Expert fishing at level 20 with a fishing skill of 125. You’ll need to purchase ‘Expert Fishing – The Bass and You’ from the Old Man Heming in Booty Bay, next to the shop Happy Bobber (27.4, 77).

To learn Artisan fishing, you’ll need to complete the quest ‘Angler Extreme’ from Nat Pagle, which requires a fishing skill of 225 and at least level 35. Nat Pagle is at Theramore (59, 60).

How to catch fish

To catch fish, you’ll need to get a fishing pole, which you can find from Fishing Supply and Trade Supply merchants. A guard in a city can tell you where they are.  We also recommend you stock up on Shiny Bauble when you’re at the merchant, which you can use on your fishing pole to make catching first fish a bit easier.

Then, head to a body of water, preferably in a starting zone like the Elwynn Forest or Durotar. Make sure you’re standing on dry land, and make sure you’re not in combat. After confirming that your fishing pole is equipped in your weapon slot, open u your spell book and search for the Fishing Skill. Drag the Fishing skill to your action bar so that it is easier to recast. Cast your first line, and you’ll be successful if you see a floating fishing bobber appear in the water. Otherwise, you may receive an error message, and you should readjust your position to more appropriate grounds. Right click on the bobber to catch your fish. You may be unsuccessfully, and if you are, simply recast.

Fishing Poles

As you know, you’ll need to have a fishing pole equipped to catch fish in WoW Classic. And surprisingly, there’s a few different fishing poles in the game, each with their own requirements and abilities to increase your fishing skill.

The first is the fishing pole, which you can get from the fishing supply and trade supply merchants. The next is the Blump Family Fishing Pole, which has a +3 bonus and requires 1 fishing skill, which you can get from completing the quest ‘The Family and the Fishing Pole’ from Gubber Blump in Auberdine. Next, is the Strong Fishing Pole, which has a +5 bonus and requires 10 fishing skill and is obtained from fishing supply and trade supply merchants. There’s also the Big Iron Fishing pole, which has a +20 bonus and requires 100 fishing skill and is rougly a 5% chance from the Shellfish Trap in Desolace. Then, there’s the Nat Pagle’s Extreme Angler FC-5000 (Horde only), which has a bonus of +25 and requires 100 fishing skill, accessed by completing the ‘Snapjaws, Mon!’ from Katoom the Angler, found in the Hitlerlands. Lastly, there’s the Arcanite Fishing Pole, which has a massive +30 bonus, and requires 300 fishing skill, being a reward from winning the Stranglethorn Fishing Extravaganza.

Levelling Guide

Now – let’s get into the levelling guide. Keep in mind, you’re not limited to these following methods. There’s a variety of ways to train fishing in WoW classic, and we’ve only just provided you the most efficient way.

From 1 to 55, you can fish at all starting zones. From 55 to 75, if you’re Alliance, you should fish at Darkshore, Darnassus, Ironforge, Loch Modan, Stormwind City or Westfall. If you’re Horde, you should fish at The Barrens, Orgrimmar, Silverpine Forest, Thunderbluff or Undercity. From 75 to 150, if you’re Alliance, you should fish at either Ashenvale, Duskwood, Hillsbrad Foothills, Redrige Mountains or the Wetlands. If you’re Horde, you should fish at either Ashenvale, Stonetalon Mountains or the Wetlands. From 150 up to 225, if you’re Alliance, you should fish at either Alterac Mountains, Arathi Highlands, Desolace, Dustwallow Marsh, Stranglethorn Vale, Swamp of Sorrows or Thousand Needles. If Horde, you can fish at the same areas as Alliance. From 225 to 300, for both Alliance and Horde, you should fish from any of Felwood, Feralas, The Hinterlands, Moonglade, Tanaris, Un’Goro Crater or Western Plaguelands.

That concludes our fishing guide for WoW classic. Good luck, and we hope to see you again soon. Keep an eye here and we'll keep you posted with more Guides as they become available. And when you need to buy cheap wow gold in game, Mywowgold as a professional website can guarantee enough stock and fast delivery for in-game products for you.