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A bad day fishing's better than a good day working!

Fishing is a non-combat activity available in Landscapes that allows players to catch fish which can be used as resources for various crafting requirements. It was first introduced in Update 22.0.

MechanicsEdit

Preparing to FishEdit

Once players have earned enough Standing with the associated Landscape's faction (Ostron in Cetus, Solaris United in Fortuna), they are able to purchase a Fishing Spear at their fishing supplier (Hai-Luk or The Business respectively). To further aid in fishing, Baits and Dye may also be purchased.

Once a Fishing Spear has been purchased, the player can equip it in the Gear menu through their Arsenal. Note that it is not necessary to equip more than one spear (or any baits, dyes, etc.) as all available spears and other fishing utilities will be selectable through the fishing menu once any spear has been readied.

After the spear is equipped, players can head out into the Plains of Eidolon or the Orb Vallis to find eligible bodies of water such as ponds, lakes, or the ocean. In order for fish to begin spawning the player must first bring out the fishing spear from the Gear menu (default hold Q  and select the spear).

Fishing MenuEdit

Once the player has armed themselves with a fishing spear, the fishing gear menu will automatically appear on the bottom right of the screen, indicating the currently selected spear, dyes and bait. Players can change their current selection by holding the respective key (1 , 2  or 3 ), while pressing the respective key will cast that current dye or bait. Consequently, use of Warframe abilities (bound to the number keys) will be suppressed while armed with a spear.

Catching FishEdit

While aiming the spear (default hold RMB ), environmental sounds will be dampened, allowing the player to listen for the splashing and bubbling of nearby fish. Use the direction of the sounds to locate your possible prey and spear them by pressing the fire button (default LMB ). A suggested tip is to watch for the fishes' name in conjunction with the bubbling/splashing sound. The spear—as a throwable projectile—has travel time and a slight ballistic arc, therefore the player must adjust trajectory based on distance from the fish (i.e. aim minimally above the fish to compensate for the arc and slightly ahead of the fish for the travel time). Abilities like ZephyrIcon272 Zephyr's Mod TT 20pxJet Stream can decrease the spear's travel time. Luminous Dye illuminates all fish in a given area with a very bright blue glow, making fish incredibly easy to spot and easier to catch.

If successful, the player will be shown holding the catch with statistics on species, size (small, medium, or large) and gross weight displayed in the lower right infobox. If the player misses or disturbs the water by walking into it, nearby fish will be alerted and quickly scatter away. Scaring the fish multiple times can result in them de-spawning.

While fishing, the player is completely vulnerable to nearby enemies and is unable to use any abilities or weapons with the exception of quick-melee (default E ), if a melee weapon is equipped. The spear can, however, be thrown at enemies; This deals negligible damage.

Shock SpearsEdit

While the Servofish in Orb Vallis can be caught using the Fishing Spears from Cetus, doing so will damage the Servofish, which will reduce its value in both Standing gain and parts given when dismantling.

Catching Servofish safely requires the use of Shock Spears, which can be purchased from The Business using Solaris Standing. Shock Spears are used identically to Fishing Spears on the initial throw, however, once the Servofish has been hooked, a silver shock gauge will appear. This initiates a minigame where players have to time the movement of a white marker to land on the small red section of the gauge using the fire button (LMB ).

If successful, a shock pulse stuns the Servofish allowing it to be lifted from the water. If the player fails to land the marker on the red zone, the player will be staggered and fish will escape. If the player does nothing, the bar will reset and are able to reattempt right away.

Fish in Plains of Eidolon however, cannot be caught with Shock Spears although they can be stunned with the EMP Shock Spear variant.

RewardsEdit

Player-caught Fish can be redeemed either for Standing, or cut up into generic resources and a resource specific to each type of fish. Fisher Hai-Luk handles such services on Cetus, while The Business handles the same job on Fortuna.

Plains of Eidolon FishEdit

Common SpeciesEdit

Mawfish
Main article: Mawfish
Its gaping maw allows it to scoop up smaller fish as it swims by them.

Mawfish is a species of fish introduced in the Plains of Eidolon update.

  • Biome: Lake
  • Activity: Diurnal (Day time)
  • Effective Spears: Lanzo/Tulok/Peram
  • Maximum Weight: 30 kg
  • Rarity: Common
Small Medium Large
ReputationLargeBlack25 ReputationLargeBlack35 ReputationLargeBlack50
IconFishMeat x3
IconFishScales
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MawfishBones
IconFishMeat x4
IconFishScales x2
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MawfishBones
IconFishMeat x5
IconFishScales x3
IconFishOil x4
MawfishBones


CharcEel
Main article: Charc Eel
Discharges electricity from luminous glands along its flanks to stun its prey.

Charc Eel is a species of fish introduced in the Plains of Eidolon update.

  • Biome: Lake
  • Activity: Cathemeral (Day and Night time)
  • Effective Spears: Lanzo/Tulok/Peram
  • Maximum Weight: 24 kg
  • Rarity: Common
Small Medium Large
ReputationLargeBlack25 ReputationLargeBlack35 ReputationLargeBlack50
IconFishMeat x3
IconFishScales x2
IconFishOil
CharcElectroplax
IconFishMeat x4
IconFishScales x3
IconFishOil x2
CharcElectroplax
IconFishMeat x5
IconFishScales x4
IconFishOil x3
CharcElectroplax


KhutKhut
Main article: Khut-Khut
A poisonous fish protected by a hard carapace around its skull.

Khut-Khut is a species of fish introduced in the Plains of Eidolon update.

  • Biome: Pond
  • Activity: Diurnal (Day time)
  • Effective Spears: Lanzo/Tulok/Peram
  • Maximum Weight: 20 kg
  • Rarity: Common
Small Medium Large
ReputationLargeBlack25 ReputationLargeBlack35 ReputationLargeBlack50
IconFishMeat x2
IconFishScales
IconFishOil x3
KhutKhutVenomSac
IconFishMeat x3
IconFishScales x2
IconFishOil x4
KhutKhutVenomSac
IconFishMeat x4
IconFishScales x3
IconFishOil x5
KhutKhutVenomSac


Yogwun
Main article: Yogwun
This slow fish meanders through the waters and is often preyed upon by larger predators.

Yogwun is a species of fish introduced in the Plains of Eidolon update.

  • Biome: Pond
  • Activity: Diurnal (Day time)
  • Effective Spears: Lanzo/Tulok/Peram
  • Maximum Weight: 32 kg
  • Rarity: Common
Small Medium Large
ReputationLargeBlack25 ReputationLargeBlack35 ReputationLargeBlack50
IconFishMeat x4
IconFishScales
IconFishOil
YogwunStomach
IconFishMeat x5
IconFishScales x2
IconFishOil x2
YogwunStomach
IconFishMeat x6
IconFishScales x3
IconFishOil x3
YogwunStomach


MortusLungfish
Main article: Mortus Lungfish
Displays blood-splattered pattern on its scales and has its ribs exposed through open cavities along both flanks. When predators approach it lies still at the bottom of the sand banks, disguised as a carcass in hopes of being ignored.

Mortus Lungfish is a species of fish introduced in the Plains of Eidolon update.

  • Biome: Pond
  • Activity: Cathemeral (Day and Night time)
  • Effective Spears: Lanzo/Peram
  • Maximum Weight: 40 kg
  • Rarity: Uncommon
Small Medium Large
ReputationLargeBlack100 ReputationLargeBlack125 ReputationLargeBlack200
IconFishMeat x3
IconFishScales
IconFishOil x4
MortusHorn
IconFishMeat x4
IconFishScales x2
IconFishOil x6
MortusHorn
IconFishMeat x5
IconFishScales x3
IconFishOil x8
MortusHorn


Goopolla
Main article: Goopolla
A predatory fish that is attracted to the scent of blood.

Goopolla is a species of fish introduced in the Plains of Eidolon update.

  • Biome: Ocean
  • Activity: Cathemeral (Day and Night time)
  • Effective Spears: Lanzo/Tulok/Peram
  • Maximum Weight: 20 kg
  • Rarity: Common
Small Medium Large
ReputationLargeBlack25 ReputationLargeBlack35 ReputationLargeBlack50
IconFishMeat x3
IconFishScales x2
IconFishOil
GoopollaSpleen
IconFishMeat x3
IconFishScales x4
IconFishOil x2
GoopollaSpleen
IconFishMeat x4
IconFishScales x5
IconFishOil x3
GoopollaSpleen


Tralok
Main article: Tralok
Strong, predatory fish with eyes that can pierce the darkest shadows.

Tralok is a species of fish introduced in the Plains of Eidolon update.

  • Biome: Ocean
  • Activity: Diurnal (Day time)
  • Effective Spears: Tulok/Peram
  • Maximum Weight: 40 kg
  • Rarity: Uncommon
Small Medium Large
ReputationLargeBlack100 ReputationLargeBlack125 ReputationLargeBlack200
IconFishMeat x2
IconFishScales x5
IconFishOil
TralokEyes
IconFishMeat x3
IconFishScales x7
IconFishOil x2
TralokEyes
IconFishMeat x4
IconFishScales x9
IconFishOil x3
TralokEyes



Baited SpeciesEdit

Murkray, Norg, Cuthol and Glappid are considered rare.

Sharrac
Main article: Sharrac
While rarely venturing from the deepest of waters of the plains, the Sharrac is a fearsome predator who will prey on unwary Ostrons swimming alone.

Sharrac is a species of fish introduced in the Plains of Eidolon update.

  • Biome: Ocean
  • Activity: Cathemeral (Day and Night time)
  • Effective Spears: Lanzo/Tulok
  • Maximum Weight: 40 kg
  • Rarity: Uncommon
Small Medium Large
ReputationLargeBlack100 ReputationLargeBlack125 ReputationLargeBlack200
IconFishMeat x2
IconFishScales x4
IconFishOil x2
SharracTeeth
IconFishMeat x3
IconFishScales x6
IconFishOil x3
SharracTeeth
IconFishMeat x4
IconFishScales x8
IconFishOil x4
SharracTeeth


Karkina
Main article: Karkina
A crustacean that hunts during the twilight hours.

Karkina is a species of fish introduced in the Plains of Eidolon update.

  • Biome: Ocean
  • Activity: Cathemeral (Day and Night time)
  • Effective Spears: Lanzo/Tulok
  • Maximum Weight: 32 kg
  • Rarity: Uncommon
Small Medium Large
ReputationLargeBlack100 ReputationLargeBlack125 ReputationLargeBlack200
IconFishMeat
IconFishScales x3
IconFishOil x4
KarkinaAntenna
IconFishMeat x2
IconFishScales x4
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KarkinaAntenna
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KarkinaAntenna


Murkray
Main article: Murkray
A cunning hunter that hides within the mud at the bottom of the ocean and ambushes passing prey.

Murkray is a species of fish introduced in the Plains of Eidolon update.

  • Biome: Ocean
  • Activity: Cathemeral (Day and Night time)
  • Effective Spears: Lanzo
  • Maximum Weight: 40 kg
  • Rarity: Rare
Small Medium Large
ReputationLargeBlack500 ReputationLargeBlack650 ReputationLargeBlack1,000
IconFishMeat
IconFishScales x2
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MurkrayLiver
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MurkrayLiver


Norg
Main article: Norg
This fish inhabits the shallows and feeds of crabs and other small crustaceans. When threatened it forces air into its brain to give it the impression of being much bigger than it normally is.

Norg is a species of fish introduced in the Plains of Eidolon update.

  • Biome: Lake
  • Activity: Nocturnal (Night time)
  • Effective Spears: Peram/Shockprod
  • Maximum Weight: 40 kg
  • Rarity: Rare
Small Medium Large
ReputationLargeBlack500 ReputationLargeBlack650 ReputationLargeBlack1,000
IconFishMeat x2
IconFishScales x5
IconFishOil x3
NorgBrain
IconFishMeat x3
IconFishScales x7
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NorgBrain
IconFishMeat x4
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NorgBrain


Cuthol
Main article: Cuthol
A grotesque crustacean that produces a potent, paralyzing toxin from its tentacles.

Cuthol is a species of fish introduced in the Plains of Eidolon update.

  • Biome: Pond
  • Activity: Nocturnal (Night time)
  • Effective Spears: Lanzo
  • Maximum Weight: 40 kg
  • Rarity: Rare
Small Medium Large
ReputationLargeBlack500 ReputationLargeBlack650 ReputationLargeBlack1,000
IconFishMeat x5
IconFishScales x3
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CutholTendrils
IconFishMeat x8
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CutholTendrils
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Glappid
Main article: Glappid
The Glappid is a scavenger that feasts on the remains of dead fish. It has formed a symbiotic bond with the Seram Beetle which extracts and feeds upon any toxins ingested by the Glappid.

Glappid is a species of fish introduced in the Plains of Eidolon update.

  • Biome: Ocean
  • Activity: Nocturnal (Night time)
  • Effective Spears: Peram
  • Maximum Weight: 44 kg
  • Rarity: Legendary
Small Medium Large
ReputationLargeBlack1,200 ReputationLargeBlack1,500 ReputationLargeBlack2,000
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SeramBeetleShell
IconFishMeat x6
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Orb Vallis ServofishEdit

The Orb Vallis, due to its lack of actual bodies of water, does not have traditional biological fish. It is instead home to aquatic machines called Servofish, which are autonomous drones tasked with performing specific functions in the coolant lake and ponds out in the Vallis. Though they are mechanical in nature, their behaviors are still similar to that of biological fish.

One of the main differences of the Servofish is how the different qualities of fish are identified; while Cetus' fish are separated into small, medium and large sizes, the Servofish of the Vallis are sorted between Basic, Adorned and Magnificent models. The quality of a Servofish can be estimated by looking at how many attachments are on the fish as opposed to its size (eg. Tromyzon gain additional rings on their back at higher qualities). Additionally, none of the Vallis species require any bait to spawn, instead, any rare fish can potentially be found without luring it, though with greatly diminished chances of appearing.

Corpus Species (Common)Edit

Eye-Eye
Main article: Eye-Eye
A surveillance drone that monitors any activity that disturbs the water. It can be found in ponds around Venus.

Eye-Eye are fishes introduced in the Fortuna update.

  • Biome: Pond
  • Activity: Warm weather
  • Maximum Point: 10.0
  • Rarity: Uncommon
Basic Adorned Magnificent
ReputationLargeBlack45 ReputationLargeBlack60 ReputationLargeBlack100
Scrap x3
RotorBlade
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RotorBlade
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RotorBlade


Scrubber
Main article: Scrubber
Analyzes the growth of microbes dwelling in the aqua systems to monitor toxicity levels. It can be found in cave pools on Venus.

Scrubber are fishes introduced in the Fortuna update.

  • Biome: Cave
  • Activity: Cold/Warm weather
  • Maximum Point: 7.0
  • Rarity: Common
Basic Adorned Magnificent
ReputationLargeBlack35 ReputationLargeBlack45 ReputationLargeBlack70
Scrap x1
ExaBrain
Scrap x2
ExaBrain
Scrap x3
ExaBrain


Echowinder
Main article: Echowinder
Used to record visual data in the aqua systems and transmits the telemetrics to the Research Station. It can be found in the lake on Venus.

Echowinder are fishes introduced in the Fortuna update.

  • Biome: Lake
  • Activity: Warm weather
  • Maximum Point: 9.0
  • Rarity: Common
Basic Adorned Magnificent
ReputationLargeBlack35 ReputationLargeBlack45 ReputationLargeBlack70
Scrap x2
AnoscopicSensor
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AnoscopicSensor
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AnoscopicSensor


Mirewinder
Main article: Mirewinder
Surveys the water for impurities. It can be found in cave pools on Venus.

Mirewinder are fishes introduced in the Fortuna update.

  • Biome: Cave
  • Activity: Cold/Warm weather
  • Maximum Point: 15.0
  • Rarity: Uncommon
Basic Adorned Magnificent
ReputationLargeBlack45 ReputationLargeBlack60 ReputationLargeBlack100
Scrap x4
ParallelBiode
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ParallelBiode
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ParallelBiode


Longwinder
Main article: Longwinder
Repairs leaks and clear blockages within the aqua systems. It can be found in the lake on Venus.

Longwinder are fishes introduced in the Fortuna update.

  • Biome: Lake (hotspot)
  • Activity: Warm weather
  • Maximum Point: 16.0
  • Rarity: Rare
Basic Adorned Magnificent
ReputationLargeBlack200 ReputationLargeBlack300 ReputationLargeBlack500
Scrap x2
LatheCoogulant
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LatheCoogulant
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LatheCoogulant


Brickie
Main article: Brickie
Developed to perform remote construction and maintenance routines. It can be found in rivers and ponds around Venus.

Brickie are fishes introduced in the Fortuna update.

  • Biome: Pond, River
  • Activity: Warm weather
  • Maximum Point: 10.0
  • Rarity: Common
Basic Adorned Magnificent
ReputationLargeBlack35 ReputationLargeBlack45 ReputationLargeBlack70
Scrap x2
MuonBattery
Scrap x3
MuonBattery
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MuonBattery


Tink
Main article: Tink
Repairs robotics that have broken down in the aqua systems. It can be found in rivers and ponds around Venus.

Tink are fishes introduced in the Fortuna update.

  • Biome: Pond, River
  • Activity: Cold weather
  • Maximum Point: 9.0
  • Rarity: Common
Basic Adorned Magnificent
ReputationLargeBlack35 ReputationLargeBlack45 ReputationLargeBlack70
Scrap x1
DissipatorCoil
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DissipatorCoil
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DissipatorCoil


Sapcaddy
Main article: Sapcaddy
Collects fluid samples in the aqua system for the Research Station. It can be found in lakes around Venus.

Sapcaddy are fishes introduced in the Fortuna update.

  • Biome: Lake
  • Activity: Cold weather
  • Maximum Point: 12.0
  • Rarity: Common
Basic Adorned Magnificent
ReputationLargeBlack35 ReputationLargeBlack45 ReputationLargeBlack70
Scrap x3
VenedoCase
Scrap x4
VenedoCase
Scrap x5
VenedoCase


Kriller
Main article: Kriller
Identifies organic threats to Corpus operations in the Aqua Systems and eliminates them. It can be found in lakes around Venus.

Kriller are fishes introduced in the Fortuna update.

  • Biome: Lake
  • Activity: Warm weather
  • Maximum Point: 12.0
  • Rarity: Uncommon
Basic Adorned Magnificent
ReputationLargeBlack45 ReputationLargeBlack60 ReputationLargeBlack100
Scrap x1
ThermalLaser
Scrap x2
ThermalLaser
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ThermalLaser


Recaster
Main article: Recaster
Facilitates long-distance communication between robotics deployed in the aqua systems. It can be found in the ponds around Venus.

Recaster are fishes introduced in the Fortuna update.

  • Biome: Pond (hotspot)
  • Activity: Cold weather
  • Maximum Point: 12.0
  • Rarity: Uncommon
Basic Adorned Magnificent
ReputationLargeBlack45 ReputationLargeBlack60 ReputationLargeBlack100
Scrap x3
NeuralRelay
Scrap x5
NeuralRelay
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NeuralRelay


Orokin Species (Rare)Edit

Tromyzon
Main article: Tromyzon
Programmed to break down chemical byproducts leaked into the aqua system. It can be found in ponds around Venus.

Tromyzon are fish introduced in the Fortuna update.

  • Biome: Pond (hotspot)
  • Activity: Cold weather
  • Maximum Point: 8.0
  • Rarity: Rare
Basic Adorned Magnificent
ReputationLargeBlack200 ReputationLargeBlack300 ReputationLargeBlack500
Scrap x3
Entroplasma
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Entroplasma
Scrap x5
Entroplasma


Charamote
Main article: Charamote
Its primary function is to reconstruct the bio-material used to regenerate Orokin structures. It can be found in the cave pools on Venus.

Charamote are fishes introduced in the Fortuna update.

  • Biome: Cave (hotspot)
  • Activity: Cold/Warm weather (prefers Warm)
  • Maximum Point: 8.0
  • Rarity: Rare
Basic Adorned Magnificent
ReputationLargeBlack200 ReputationLargeBlack300 ReputationLargeBlack500
Scrap x1
SaganModule
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SaganModule
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SaganModule


Synathid
Main article: Synathid
Monitors environmental fluctuations. It can be found in the cave pools on Venus.

Synathid are fishes introduced in the Fortuna update.

  • Biome: Cave (hotspot)
  • Activity: Cold/Warm weather (prefers Warm)
  • Maximum Point: 9.0
  • Rarity: Legendary
Basic Adorned Magnificent
ReputationLargeBlack600 ReputationLargeBlack800 ReputationLargeBlack1,000
Scrap x4
EcosynthAnalyzer
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EcosynthAnalyzer
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EcosynthAnalyzer


Example locations for Biomes in Orb Vallis:

  • Pond - Top left body of coolant near Temple of Profit
  • Lake - Just outside of the Fortuna elevator
  • Cave - Cave to the northwest of Fortuna elevator, slightly north-east of Coolant Reservoir
  • Cave- Cave to the left of spaceport

Fishing Locations and BiomesEdit

Plains of EidolonEdit

Depending on the location and type of body of water the player will encounter different species of fish.
Fishingmap

Fishing map compiled by user Kio-reki on the official forums

  • Gara Toht Lake, the large lake directly north of Cetus:
    • Mawfish (common at day)
    • Charc Eel (common at night and day)
    • Norg (rare at night, Norg bait)
  • Landlocked bodies of water (ponds) scattered around the plains:
    • Yogwun (common at day)
    • Khut-Khut (common at day)
    • Mortus Lungfish (rare at day, common at night)
    • Cuthol (rare at night, Cuthol bait)
  • Coastlines of the ocean (far left and right to Cetus gate):
    • Goopolla (common at night and day)
    • Tralok (uncommon at day)
    • Sharrac (rare at night and day, Twilight bait)
    • Karkina (rare at night and day, Twilight bait)
    • Murkray (rare at day and night, Murkray bait)
    • Glappid (rare at night, Glappid bait)
  • Anywhere:

Orb VallisEdit

Depending on the location and type of body of water the player will encounter different species of fish.
FortunaFishingMap

Map of Fortuna, with key of the fish and where to find them. By user Almost333

  • Coolant Reservoir Lake, the large lake directly west of Fortuna:
    • Echowinder (common in warm weather)
    • Kriller (common in warm weather)
    • Sapcaddy (common in cold weather)
    • Longwinder (rare in warm weather, Longwinder Bait)
  • Landlocked bodies of water (ponds) scattered around Orb Vallis:
    • Eye-Eye (common in warm weather)
    • Tink (common in cold weather)
    • Brickie (common in warm weather)
    • Recaster (rare in cold weather, Narrow-Spectrum Bait)
    • Tromyzon (rare in cold weather, Tromyzon Bait)
  • Caves with active bodies of water found in Orb Vallis:
    • Scrubber (common in cold and warm weather)
    • Mirewinder (common in cold and warm weather)
    • Charamote (rare in cold and warm weather, Charamote Bait)
    • Synathid (rare in cold and warm weather, Synathid Bait)
  • Anywhere:

GearEdit

Plains of Eidolon Fishing SpearsEdit

Main article: Lanzo


The barbed prongs on this fishing spear make it easier to catch fish with smooth skin.

The Lanzo Fishing Spear can be bought for ReputationLargeBlack500 from Hai-Luk.

Characteristics:
This spear deals only Impact b Impact damage.

Advantages:

Disadvantages:


Main article: Tulok


This fishing spear features a slender blade to puncture armored plates and carapaces.

The Tulok Fishing Spear can be bought for ReputationLargeBlack500 from Hai-Luk while at the rank of Neutral.

Characteristics:
This spear deals only Puncture b Puncture damage.

Advantages:

  • Puncture damage deals the most damage to fish with armored-plating and carapaces.

Disadvantages:


Main article: Peram


This fishing spear has multiple blades that allow it to pierce the hides of scaly fish.

The Peram Fishing Spear can be bought for ReputationLargeBlack500 from Hai-Luk while at the rank of Neutral.

Characteristics:
This spear deals only Slash b Slash damage.

Advantages:

Disadvantages:


Orb Vallis Fishing SpearsEdit

Main article: Shockprod


Purpose built to recover Servofish without damage. Delivers a disabling electromagnetic pulse after a successful hit if timed correctly.

The Shockprod Fishing Spear can be bought for ReputationLargeBlack500 from The Business.


Main article: Stunna


Successful electromagneitc pulses radiate outward also disabling any nearby Servofish.

The Stunna Fishing Spear can be bought for ReputationLargeBlack5,000 from The Business while at the rank of Doer.

Characteristics:
On a successful catch, Stunna emits an electromagnetic pulse that temporarily prevents other servofish from scurrying away when the water is disturbed, similar to the effects of Pharoma, and also widens the catch zone on the fishing gauge. The coursing electricity can be clearly seen, making servofish easier to spot.

Successfully performing a "catch" on a fish in the Plains of Eidolon will also create the electromagnetic pulse, stunning fish within the radius. This will not retrieve the fish, however; they must be struck with a Cetus-bought spear.



BaitEdit

Warframe-Fish-Hotspot
HotspotBubble

A ripple on the Plains of Eidolon indicating a hotspot near the shore.

Bait are consumable items that can be used to increase the chances of certain types of fish appearing. Any baits are automatically held in the fishing gear menu.

In order for bait to attract fish, players must throw them near a hotspot, an area of water where fish are the most active. Hotspots differ in appearance depending on their location:

  • In the Plains of Eidolon they appear as visible white patches of bubbles rippling in a circular pattern
  • In the Orb Vallis they appear as an oily fluorescent sheen emitting slight green aurora-like light glows

This will activate the bait, which will then increase the chance of certain types of fish spawning within the hotspot. The bait's initial effects will last for up to 3 minutes, during which it has a high chance of making its target fish appear on the spawn intervals within that period. The bait will visually disappear after that period, however, it will still have a much smaller chance of making the target fish appear on subsequent spawns in the same hotspot. If the hotspot is still active after the bait expires, players can throw in another bait of either the same type or a different one to attract the desired fish. Different baits will work when luring their fish type in the same hotspot (however the same bait will not stack its own effect) but this will reduce the chance of luring a specific fish.

A baited hotspot will remain visible until all fish within the area have been caught or escaped, in which case the ripples will disappear, indicating that the hotspot has expired.

Certain fish types, like Norgs and Glappids, do not normally appear in standard fishing and thus require specialized bait to lure out. On the other hand, all Servofish types can appear even without bait, though using bait will increase their chances of appearing.

Fishing hotspots are shared between all members of a squad (host & client).

Prior to Update 24.6, Fisher Hai-Luk sold reusable bait blueprints, which have since been changed to pre-crafted baits. Existing bait blueprints can still be used, or sold for Credits64100,000.

List of Baits

View General Plains of Eidolon Baits List
Name Description Reputation
Rank (Cost)
Crafting
Requirement
Icon
Peppered Bait This bait attracts fish that are active during the day. Neutral
ReputationLargeBlack50
Credits64500
Nistlepod64 Nistlepod (20)
IconFishMeat Fish Meat (20)
BaitPeppered
Twilight Bait This bait attracts predatory fish that are active in either day or night. Offworlder
ReputationLargeBlack100
Credits641,000
Nistlepod64 Nistlepod (10)
IconFishOil Fish Oil (10)
IconFishMeat Fish Meat (20)
Maprico64 Maprico (1)
BaitTwilight
View Special Plains of Eidolon Baits List
Name Description Reputation
Rank (Cost)
Crafting
Requirement
Icon
Murkray Bait This bait is comprised of materials that are known to attract Murkrays, a fish found only in ocean hotspots during both day and night. Visitor
ReputationLargeBlack200
Credits642,000
TralokEyes Tralok Eyes (5)
MortusHorn Mortus Horn (5)
GoopollaSpleen Goopolla Spleen (10)
IconFishMeat Fish Meat (20)
BaitMurkray
Norg Bait This bait is comprised of materials that are known to attract Norg, a fish found only in lake hotspots during the night. Trusted
ReputationLargeBlack300
Credits642,000
Maprico64 Maprico (5)
SharracTeeth Sharrac Teeth (5)
KarkinaAntenna Karkina Antenna (5)
IconFishMeat Fish Meat (20)
BaitNorg
Cuthol Bait This bait is comprised of materials that are known to attract Cuthols, a fish found only in pond hotspots during the night. Surah
ReputationLargeBlack400
Credits642,000
Maprico64 Maprico (5)
GoopollaSpleen Goopolla Spleen (10)
MurkrayLiver Murkray Liver (5)
IconFishMeat Fish Meat (20)
BaitCuthol
Glappid Bait This bait is comprised of exotic materials that are known to attract the elusive Glappid, a fish found only in ocean hotspots during the night. Kin
ReputationLargeBlack500
Credits645,000
Maprico64 Maprico (5)
NorgBrain Norg Brain (5)
CutholTendrils Cuthol Tendrils (5)
IconFishMeat Fish Meat (10)
BaitGlappid

View General Orb Vallis Baits List
Name Description Reputation
Rank (Cost)
Icon
Broad-Spectrum Bait A simple cocktail of short-chain polymers and contaminants. Easily detected by rudimentary Servofish under all conditions, but ignored by more specialized models. Good for Sapcaddies, Tinks and Brickies. Neutral
ReputationLargeBlack50
Broad-SpectrumBait
Narrow-Spectrum Bait This endochlor/dionium melange attracts both Recasters and Eye-Eyes, Servofish found in ponds. The Eye-Eye shows up during warm weather and Recasters shows up at Hot Spots during cool weather. Outworlder
ReputationLargeBlack100
Narrow-SpectrumBait
View Special Orb Vallis Baits List
Name Description Reputation
Rank (Cost)
Icon
Kriller Bait This bait is synthesized from Methacalcene-1 that is known to attract Krillers, a Servofish found in lakes during warm weather. Outworlder
ReputationLargeBlack100
KrillerBait
Mirewinder Bait This bait is comprised of aromatic tetraxin that is known to attract Mirewinders, a Servofish found in cave hotspots. Rapscallion
ReputationLargeBlack200
SapcaddyBait
Longwinder Bait This bait is synthesized from beryzene that is known to attract Longwinders, a Servofish found in lake hotspots during warm weather. Rapscallion
ReputationLargeBlack200
RecasterBait
Tromyzon Bait This bait is synthesized from long-chain LS-74 compounds that are known to attract Tromyzon, a Servofish found in pond hotspots during cool weather. Doer
ReputationLargeBlack300
TromyzonBait
Charamote Bait This bait is synthesized from complex hexophenol that is known to attract Charamotes, a Servofish found in cave hotspots. Doer
ReputationLargeBlack300
CharamoteBait
Synathid Bait This bait is synthesized from specialized A-disulphex-A compounds that are known to attract Synathid, a legendarily rare Servofish found only in cave hotspots. Cove
ReputationLargeBlack400
SynthaidBait


  • It is not necessary to aim at the ripples in order for the bait to activate, simply throwing a single bait into the vicinity will do.
  • Throwing additional bait into the same hotspot will not increase the chances of fish spawning – only one bait is required to affect the hotspot. 
  • The targeted fish may spawn a distance away from the hotspot the bait is thrown in, sometimes appearing in other nearby hotspots. 
  • Bait designed to attract fish active during a certain time will attract fish regardless of what time of day it was used. For example, a day-bait used at night will attract Goopola, which are active at both day and night, but not Tralok, which are active at day only.

OtherEdit

Name Description Reputation
Rank (Cost)
Crafting
Requirement
Icon
Luminous Dye Dye the waters with a compound that sticks to fish passing through it, making them easier to see from the shore. Neutral
ReputationLargeBlack100
Credits645000
Iradite64 Iradite (10)
Ferrite64 Ferrite (10)
FishingBoosterLuminosDye
Pharoma A compound that relaxes nearby fish. Trusted
ReputationLargeBlack100
Credits645000
Iradite64 Iradite (10)
AlloyPlate64 Alloy Plate (10)
FishingBoosterPharoma


ProductsEdit

All fish/servofish species are graded into three classes (Small/Medium/Large for Plains, Basic/Adorned/Magnificent for Vallis). Specified fish weight/point value is purely cosmetic.

View Plains of Eidolon Products List
Name (size) Reputation
Gain
Meat Scales Oil Special part
Charc Eel (S) ReputationLargeBlack25 3 2 1 CharcElectroplax Charc Electroplax
Charc Eel (M) ReputationLargeBlack35 3 3 2 CharcElectroplax Charc Electroplax
Charc Eel (L) ReputationLargeBlack50 5 4 3 CharcElectroplax Charc Electroplax
Mawfish (S) ReputationLargeBlack25 3 1 2 MawfishBones Mawfish Bones
Mawfish (M) ReputationLargeBlack35 4 2 3 MawfishBones Mawfish Bones
Mawfish (L) ReputationLargeBlack50 5 3 4 MawfishBones Mawfish Bones
Yogwun (S) ReputationLargeBlack25 4 1 1 YogwunStomach Yogwun Stomach
Yogwun (M) ReputationLargeBlack35 5 2 2 YogwunStomach Yogwun Stomach
Yogwun (L) ReputationLargeBlack50 6 3 3 YogwunStomach Yogwun Stomach
Khut-Khut (S) ReputationLargeBlack25 2 1 3 KhutKhutVenomSac Khut-Khut Venom Sac
Khut-Khut (M) ReputationLargeBlack35 3 2 4 KhutKhutVenomSac Khut-Khut Venom Sac
Khut-Khut (L) ReputationLargeBlack50 3 3 5 KhutKhutVenomSac Khut-Khut Venom Sac
Goopolla (S) ReputationLargeBlack25 3 2 1 GoopollaSpleen Goopolla Spleen
Goopolla (M) ReputationLargeBlack35 3 4 2 GoopollaSpleen Goopolla Spleen
Goopolla (L) ReputationLargeBlack50 4 5 3 GoopollaSpleen Goopolla Spleen
Mortus Lungfish (S) ReputationLargeBlack100 3 1 4 MortusHorn Mortus Horn
Mortus Lungfish (M) ReputationLargeBlack125 4 2 6 MortusHorn Mortus Horn
Mortus Lungfish (L) ReputationLargeBlack200 5 3 8 MortusHorn Mortus Horn
Tralok (S) ReputationLargeBlack100 2 5 1 TralokEyes Tralok Eyes
Tralok (M) ReputationLargeBlack125 3 7 2 TralokEyes Tralok Eyes
Tralok (L) ReputationLargeBlack200 4 9 3 TralokEyes Tralok Eyes
Sharrac (S) ReputationLargeBlack100 2 4 2 SharracTeeth Sharrac Teeth
Sharrac (M) ReputationLargeBlack125 3 6 3 SharracTeeth Sharrac Teeth
Sharrac (L) ReputationLargeBlack200 4 8 4 SharracTeeth Sharrac Teeth
Karkina (S) ReputationLargeBlack100 1 3 4 KarkinaAntenna Karkina Antenna
Karkina (M) ReputationLargeBlack125 2 4 6 KarkinaAntenna Karkina Antenna
Karkina (L) ReputationLargeBlack200 3 5 8 KarkinaAntenna Karkina Antenna
Murkray (S) ReputationLargeBlack500 1 2 7 MurkrayLiver Murkray Liver
Murkray (M) ReputationLargeBlack625 3 4 8 MurkrayLiver Murkray Liver
Murkray (L) ReputationLargeBlack1,000 5 6 9 MurkrayLiver Murkray Liver
Norg (S) ReputationLargeBlack500 2 5 3 NorgBrain Norg Brain
Norg (M) ReputationLargeBlack625 3 7 5 NorgBrain Norg Brain
Norg (L) ReputationLargeBlack1,000 4 10 6 NorgBrain Norg Brain
Cuthol (S) ReputationLargeBlack500 5 3 2 CutholTendrils Cuthol Tendrils
Cuthol (M) ReputationLargeBlack625 8 4 3 CutholTendrils Cuthol Tendrils
Cuthol (L) ReputationLargeBlack1,000 11 5 4 CutholTendrils Cuthol Tendrils
Glappid (S) ReputationLargeBlack1,200 4 5 3 SeramBeetleShell Seram Beetle Shell
Glappid (M) ReputationLargeBlack1,500 6 7 5 SeramBeetleShell Seram Beetle Shell
Glappid (L) ReputationLargeBlack2,000 8 9 7 SeramBeetleShell Seram Beetle Shell

View Orb Vallis Products List
Name (size) Reputation
Gain
Scrap Special part
Sapcaddy (B) ReputationLargeBlack45 3 VenedoCase Venedo Case
Sapcaddy (A) ReputationLargeBlack60 4 VenedoCase Venedo Case
Sapcaddy (M) ReputationLargeBlack60 5 VenedoCase Venedo Case
Eye-Eye (B) ReputationLargeBlack45 3 RotorBlade Rotoblade
Eye-Eye (A) ReputationLargeBlack60 4 RotorBlade Rotoblade
Eye-Eye (M) ReputationLargeBlack60 5 RotorBlade Rotoblade
Scrubber (B) ReputationLargeBlack35 1 ExaBrain Exa Brain
Scrubber (A) ReputationLargeBlack45 2 ExaBrain Exa Brain
Scrubber (M) ReputationLargeBlack75 3 ExaBrain Exa Brain
Echowinder (B) ReputationLargeBlack35 2 AnoscopicSensor Anoscopic Sensor
Echowinder (A) ReputationLargeBlack45 3 AnoscopicSensor Anoscopic Sensor
Echowinder (M) ReputationLargeBlack70 4 AnoscopicSensor Anoscopic Sensor
Mirewinder (B) ReputationLargeBlack45 4 ParallelBiode Parallel Biode
Mirewinder (A) ReputationLargeBlack60 5 ParallelBiode Parallel Biode
Mirewinder (M) ReputationLargeBlack100 6 ParallelBiode Parallel Biode
Longwinder (B) ReputationLargeBlack200 2 LatheCoogulant Lathe Coagulant
Longwinder (A) ReputationLargeBlack300 3 LatheCoogulant Lathe Coagulant
Longwinder (M) ReputationLargeBlack500 4 LatheCoogulant Lathe Coagulant
Tink (B) ReputationLargeBlack35 1 DissipatorCoil Dissipator Coil
Tink (A) ReputationLargeBlack45 2 DissipatorCoil Dissipator Coil
Tink (M) ReputationLargeBlack70 3 DissipatorCoil Dissipator Coil
Brickie (B) ReputationLargeBlack35 2 MuonBattery Muon Battery
Brickie (A) ReputationLargeBlack45 3 MuonBattery Muon Battery
Brickie (M) ReputationLargeBlack70 4 MuonBattery Muon Battery
Kriller (B) ReputationLargeBlack45 1 ThermalLaser Thermal Laser
Kriller (A) ReputationLargeBlack60 2 ThermalLaser Thermal Laser
Kriller (M) ReputationLargeBlack100 3 ThermalLaser Thermal Laser
Recaster (B) ReputationLargeBlack45 3 NeuralRelay Neural Relay
Recaster (A) ReputationLargeBlack60 4 NeuralRelay Neural Relay
Recaster (M) ReputationLargeBlack100 5 NeuralRelay Neural Relay
Tromyzon (B) ReputationLargeBlack200 3 Entroplasma Entroplasma
Tromyzon (A) ReputationLargeBlack300 4 Entroplasma Entroplasma
Tromyzon (M) ReputationLargeBlack500 5 Entroplasma Entroplasma
Charamote (B) ReputationLargeBlack200 3 SaganModule Sagan Module
Charamote (A) ReputationLargeBlack300 4 SaganModule Sagan Module
Charamote (M) ReputationLargeBlack500 5 SaganModule Sagan Module
Synathid (B) ReputationLargeBlack600 4 EcosynthAnalyzer Ecosynth Analyzer
Synathid (A) ReputationLargeBlack800 6 EcosynthAnalyzer Ecosynth Analyzer
Synathid (M) ReputationLargeBlack1,000 8 EcosynthAnalyzer Ecosynth Analyzer


NotesEdit

  • The burbling of spawning fish is heard a few seconds before a fish actually spawns in.
  • Depending on the species (color and size), water (clear or filled with plants), water effects (reflection and lighting), and time of day (some fish are luminescent at night) it can be difficult and take a while to spot them.
    • Luminous Dye is the easiest solution, taking only a small amount of Ferrite, Iradite, and credits to produce ten 'charges' that will clearly highlight all fish in a decent radius for a short time.
    • The player can bullet-jump above the water-surfaces in order to scan for fish; using aim gliding, mid-air slides, and double-jumps to maneuver back to shore.
    • IvaraIcon272 Ivara's Dashwire ability can create ziplines above the water to get a better spotting view, however, it is not possible to zoom in with the fishing spear while on the zipline. Additionally, you can throw Luminous Dye or fish bait while being balanced on the zipline, as long as you are aiming with the fishing spear at the same time of throwing the dye or bait. However, you still cannot change fishing spears while being on the zipline.
    • BansheeIcon272 Banshee's Sonar130xDark Sonar ability can be used to highlight the fish with an outline briefly, though they won't get weak points or appear in minimaps.
    • LimboIcon272 Limbo will see fish with an entity outline while inside the rift, although the spear will not work since the fish are not inside the rift as well.
    • The Codex Scanner and Synthesis Scanner can be used to highlight fish briefly every few seconds.
    • Oxylus's Mod TT 20pxScan Aquatic Lifeforms can highlight fish in the water similar to a Luminous Dye, and can highlight hotspots on the minimap.
  • All fish species have Codex entries located in the Objects section, taking 20 scans to complete their entries.
  • Spear type does not influence spawning species, and all currently known species can be caught by any spear, although non-specialized spears will require several hits to catch fish they are not designed for.
  • Fish tend to spawn at the moment when you are equipping the spear. If you can't see any fish around and hear no burbling try to equip the weapon than re-equip your spear once or twice.
  • Wading into the water will scare away the fish. Contact with landlocked water on the Plains of Eidolon at night,  will also apply a weak Magnetic b Magnetic proc, quartering your shield capacity for 1 second and draining energy.
  • Fish are tradeable as crafting components.
  • The number of fish caught is affected by a Resource Booster, and the base number of fish spawns is affected by a Resource Drop Chance Booster .
  • Transference and Warframe abilities cannot be cast while wielding a Fishing Spear and will remain so until the player switches to a weapon. However, quick melee attacks can still be used.
    • While the normal ability buttons do not work with a Fishing Spear equipped, it is still possible to cast the "Currently Selected Ability" with a dedicated hotkey, as well as scroll through the list of abilities to select the desired ability.
  • If the player misses the fish, or randomly lobs the spear at the shoreline or underwater ground, there's a chance of getting a Boot (Plains of Eidolon) or Crewmen's Boot (Orb Vallis), and when reeled in, a sarcastic tune will play the background. It can be sold for Credits64400.
  • Void Strike from the Madurai focus school does not appear to increase damage done by fishing spears (needs further testing)
  • Fishing cannot be performed on an Archwing or a K-Drive.
  • Unlike normal Fishing Spears, Shock Spears cannot deal damage on impact and are unable to kill low health critters, break chests, or resource nodes.
  • The glowing silhouettes of Servofishes caused by Luminous Dye will be always those of the Magnificent variants regardless of the actual variants.
    • This might be because all Servofish in the same species use the Magnificent model, but some textures are rendered invisible to depict lesser variants.
  • The Rarity of a Fish does not necessarily mean how often it is encountered.
    • It is used in Nightwave Acts like Earth Fisher (Catch 6 Rare Fish in the Plains of Eidolon), to make only certain fish count for the Act.

Trivia Edit

  • Concept art for some of the fish species, particularly the Mawfish, Mortus Lungfish, Norg, and even the Lanx, are viewable via the Art Gallery section of the Codex.
    • The Mawfish and Mortus Lungfish, or rather their models, were the first fish species to be "introduced" in the game proper; they can be seen swimming in the floor of the Helminth Infirmary.
  • The Mawfish is most likely based on an order of real-world, deep-sea fish called Gulper Eels, most closely resembling the Pelican Eel.
  • When players perform cutting bait with Fisher Hai-Luk, she occasionally says "That... that smell, is quite something, isn't it?", implying that most of the fishes, if not all of them, in Plains of Eidolon possess a foul, stinky smell. Whether this is from the fish meat, or the entrails from the act of gutting the fish, is unknown.
    • It may also be a simple allusion to the real world "fishy" smell of docks and fisheries where fish are butchered.  The smell of freshly caught fish, or a fish upon being opened, is considered by most to be a foul smell, more so because the odor permeates and clings to most materials.

BugsEdit

  • Fish can swim through the floor near the shoreline, swimming below you inside the rock/earth. They can also spawn under the ground in this fashion, and often will not be able to swim back out into a catchable area. This can be seen using the Luminous Dye.
  • Fish can appear to be floating above the water. In this case, it is also possible for them to float near the water above the ground.
  • Attempting to equip any spear while Ivara's ArtemisBow130xDark Artemis Bow is active will cause you to not be able to draw your spear until you are downed.
  • Luminous Dye range is reduced on low Geometry Detail. Increasing it fixes the problem.
  • Occasionally, fish may appear as a doubled image of themselves, making aiming/catching a bit more difficult.
  • Occasionally, while fishing in the ocean, bait and dye will not float on the surface but fall through the map. Leaving and reentering the plains usually fixes this (confirmed still happens in 23.0.7)
  • The Fishing Spear can become invisible when quick melee with a melee weapon, that is set to be not visible when holstered in the melee slot options. This can also cause a small time of immobility after throwing and catching the spear back.
  • Echowinders don't have the visual differences on their models in-game despite having them in their menu icons.
  • Sometimes, after missing a spear shot, the spear will retract and begin spinning around the Warframe, who gets locked into the position where the spear would come to its hand, unable to move or use items. Entering Archwing mode fixes this, and the bug will end itself after a few seconds.
  • You can sometimes call and use your Archwing if you equip your spear first before doing so.
  • Sometimes when you catch fish while you had Luminous Dye out, the fish will still glow in the image of your Warframe holding the fish.

MediaEdit

External LinksEdit

Patch HistoryEdit

Update 24.6
POE / CETUS ECONOMY REMASTER LITE

With Fortuna's release, we applied some general economy changes based on takeaways from Cetus. Now that we have returned to Cetus and the Plains of Eidolon with a remaster, we are applying some 'Economy Remaster' changes to go with the changes in an effort to apply our continued learnings. Change is the name of the game - thank you for all feedback on our economies and for being receptive to change!

  • Added sell price to Fish Meat (100 Credits per unit). Selling them makes sense to add for inventory purists as changes come for their uses.
  • Replaced Bait Blueprints with Baits in Fisher Hai-Luk’s Offerings. This means Baits are no longer craft-ception with other fish parts and can now just be bought outright for Standing.
  • Reusable Fish Bait Blueprints can now be sold for 100,000 Credits. Relics of a different time for some, easy Credits for others.
  • Zaw Handles now use Fish Oil instead of Fish Scales. Amount normalized to 50 units.
  • Normalized Fish Part costs across Amp Part Blueprints - some had 5 rare parts, some had 2, now there's 3 needed for all.
  • Removed Cetus Wisps from Amp Prism Blueprint, and replaced them with Fish Parts or Eidolon Gems.
  • Removed Fish Scales costs from Operator Armour Blueprints, and replaced them with Fish Parts.
  • Fish Oil can now be sold for 100 Credits.
Changes
  • Improvements towards Fish spawning logic to alleviate cases of Fish spawning underground.
Fixes
  • Fixed animation issues while attempting to fish from a zip-line. Also fixes a delay when launching the Fishing Spear from a zip-line.

Hotfix 24.0.9

  • Removed Fish spawns from shallow cave puddles. These fish were often uncatchable due to the shallow water/terrain surrounding.
  • Fixed Fishing hotspots not working for Clients in Orb Vallis.
  • Fixed Fishing Dyes not functioning in several Orb Vallis caves.
  • Fixed missing Fishing reel-in UI when using a controller set to ‘Classic Controls’.
  • Fixed not all Fish/Servofish being selected when clicking ‘Select All’ option when cutting Bait or Dismantling.

Hotfix 24.0.7

  • Changed the Sapcaddy Bait to the intended Mirewinder Bait. Broad-Spectrum Bait is your desired Sapcaddy cocktail.

Hotfix 24.0.5

  • The Eye-Eye now shows up during warm temperature only instead of cool temperature in Orb Vallis.
  • Recaster Bait is now correctly labeled as Longwinder Bait.
  • Narrow-Spectrum Bait was incorrectly described as attracting Tinks and Brickies (they are common fish and only require Broad-Spectrum Bait; Narrow-Spectrum Bait attracts Recasters and Eye-Eyes).

Update 24.0

EMP Spearfishing!

A new take on the Plains of Eidolon Fishing Mechanic!

The best way to catch the robotic 'Servofish' in The Orb Vallis is with The Business' offering of PULSE SPEARS - tools used to disable mechanical fish! This new type of fishing spear maintains the high quality of every Servofish you catch.

The Business offers 2 variants of Pulse Spears:

SHOCKPROD

Built to recover Servofish without damage. Delivers a disabling electromagnetic pulse after a successful hit, if timed correctly

STUNNA

Successful electromagnetic pulses radiate outward also disabling any nearby servofish

Equip this in your Gear Spiral to begin your journey of catching Servofish in the Coolant! The fishing mechanic here is different - not only is aiming precision necessary, but also timing your Pulse detonation! Click within the red bar to succeed!

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Your Ostron Spears will still work in The Orb Vallis, but the fish will be damaged. The key is to catch undamaged fish with the specialized Pulse Spears.

There are 13 species of Servofish to be discovered in the various Coolant areas of the Orb Vallis. Some require Baits - be sure to read descriptions to find your very own:

  • Eye-Eye
  • Scrubbers
  • Echowinders
  • Mirewinders
  • Longwinders
  • Sapcaddy
  • Brickie
  • Tink
  • Kriller
  • Recaster
  • Charamote
  • Tromyzon
  • Synathid
Baits

Baits are used to attract certain species of Servofish. Acquire them with Solaris United Standing and read about their uses in the descriptions!

Update 22.20
Spear Fishing HUD Changes:

  • We’ve added a sophisticated new HUD to aid in your aquatic hunt for brains, bones, and delicious spleen! Selecting a Spear in your Gear wheel will open the Fishing HUD where you can switch between Spear, Dye, and Bait on the fly.

Hotfix 22.17.3

  • You can now Quick Melee while Spearfishing in the Plains!

Update 22.0

  • Introduced.
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