Where to catch Furious Crawdad.
About Furious Crawdad
Catching Furious Crawdad
Notes:Areas with Highland Mixed School require a personal flying mount or flight ability to reach. In Terokkar Forest, there are 10 pool locations in Blackwind Lake (near Skettis), 4 in Lake Ere'Noru (above Allerian Stronghold), and 3 in Lake Jorune (above Stonebreaker Hold). There are no pools in Silmyr Lake.
Guide:Catching Mr. Pinchy - How to catch Mr. Pinchy, who may grant you a rare Magical Crawdad pet.
Achievements:The Limnologist: Catch 42 different freshwater (inland) fish: Albino Cavefish, Barbed Gill Trout, Barrelhead Goby, Blackbelly Mudfish, Bloodfin Catfish, Bonescale Snapper, Crescent-Tail Skullfish, Deviate Fish, Dragonfin Angelfish, Fangtooth Herring, Felblood Snapper, Figluster's Mudfish, Fountain Goldfish, Furious Crawdad, Giant Darkwater Clam, Glacial Salmon, Glassfin Minnow, Golden Darter, Goldenscale Vendorfish, Highland Guppy, Huge Spotted Feltail, Icefin Bluefish, Lavascale Catfish, Mountain Trout, Musselback Sculpin, Nettlefish, Raw Brilliant Smallfish, Raw Bristle Whisker Catfish, Raw Greater Sagefish, Raw Loch Frenzy, Raw Longjaw Mud Snapper, Raw Mithril Head Trout, Raw Nightfin Snapper, Raw Sagefish, Sewer Carp, Sharptooth, Shimmering Minnow, Sickly Looking Fish, Slippery Eel, Spotted Feltail, Striped Lurker and Zangarian Sporefish.
|Water||Areas||No-Junk Skill||Catch Rate||Common Catch|
|% of Catch||Sample|
|Highland Mixed School||Inland: Terokkar Forest (Lakes) (lakes Blackwind, Ere'Noru and Jorune)||1||65%||1060||Furious Crawdad|
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Comments about Furious Crawdad
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Gummo, June 2008
I have seen a few people who have gotten to Lake Ere'Noru without flying (the lake behind Allerian Stronghold) to fish for Furious Crawdad and Mr. Pinchy, but I haven't been able to duplicate this feat (see here, here, here, and here)
I've found the path from the Arrakoa village to the lake, but I can't get over the last ridge to reach the lake. Some mention needing an epic mount, but I couldn't do it even then. Does anyone have more detailed advice on getting there? It's possible the terrain has been changed in a recent patch to prevent this. I also tried slow fall + rocket boots xtreme but couldn't get there...
Trokair, June 2008
You don't even need a mount, just a few tricky jumps on foot over the terrain there (unless they've changed the terrain, as you mentioned).
I'll try it tonight or soon, take a screenshot of the ridge you jump over, and post it up here.
wonderboy00, February 2009
yeah, i don't think this can be accessed anymore. I am trying damn hard on my 49 priest... LOL i know, waaay too low level. i don't have an epic mount obviously, and some people seem to say you need that, but I cannot make it up there. I have a feeling it has been changed. But please respond, and let me know if this can be reached in any form without requiring a summon or a flying mount. I'd love to get started on Mr Pinchy and level my cooking and fishing a little more on my way to those high levels. thanks!!
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el, February 2009
Gummo's video might help. That's using an engineer's Parachute Cloak and Rocket Boots Xtreme.
The Lich King, April 2009
there is an easy way. Enlist the help of a "special mage" and have them summon you to the lake. I'll be fishin round there as well. Wave if you see me and i might not consume your soul ^.^
Gummo, April 2009
Hmm, how about having a 70+ DK up on the rim where my video jumps over, and have the under-70 player down below. Duel, and have the DK do his "come over here!" grab...
Melvoid, June 2010
Just had to post here as i got Mr Pinchy last night, id also won the STV contest on sunday and had fished up the Turtle mount the week before, and yes i got the pet the title and cheeve on first Mr pinchy i ever fished up and on the first wish.
BUT i have been seriously fishing for a year or more before the God of Random Numbers decided it was my turn.
I have no idea how many fish ive fished up or how many casts as i dont have any fishing addons, my skill is maxed ofc but i often wonder if it makes any difference at all when im fishing for Old Ironjaw in IF in my full fishing outfit (still no boots tho ;( ) when a level 10 with a bogstandard lowest of the low fishing pole wanders up throws a cast and pulls him in first time !!!.
Random, but ive seen it happen at least 3 times, still no Ironjaw for me.
The God of Random Numbers can be equally cruel and kind so i feel the pain of those who are still plugging away but all i can do is wish you all luck.
hoooyeeeaaa, June 2010
lazy bastards should just get the flier...
Christhina, June 2010
I have no idea how many fish ive fished up or how many casts as i dont have any fishing addons
Firstly, congratulations on what sounds like a very lucky week!
You don't, as an aside, need any addons to see the total number of things you've caught on your toon. Open your Achievements window (Y key), and click on the bottom button called "Statistics".
Now, I'm going from memory (maintenance at the moment, so I'm not in game), but there's a category for "Professions", and a sub-category for fishing.
Some interesting, and pertinent information should be in there :-)
cardsfan2006, February 2011
Finally caught Mr. Pinchy today-- 239 was the final toal on fish and other things. Blackwind Lake was the spot. Also caught the sea turtle 2weeks ago--The Frozen Sea. Good luck to everyone!
Replyto "Fishing Lake Ere'Noru without a flying mount?".
Gummo, August 2008
I still can't climb up over the last ridge, so as an engineer I just blast my way over:
chubtohd, August 2008
well done man...well done :)
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