Raw Summer Bass

Raw Summer Bass

Where to catch Raw Summer Bass.

About Raw Summer Bass

Catching Raw Summer Bass

Where to Catch Raw Summer Bass
WaterAreasNo-Junk SkillCatch RateCommon Catch
% of CatchSample
Open WaterCoastal: Blasted Lands (Coastal), Swamp of Sorrows42510-30% [1]
2848
Open WaterCoastal: The Cape of Stranglethorn (Jaguero Isle)2250-15% [1]
2848Raw Spotted Yellowtail
Open Water3000-15% [1]
2848Raw Spotted Yellowtail
  • [1] Summer only, Best catch rate 12:00-18:00

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The Limnologist/The Oceanographer

  • Kiingy, November 2010

    Enarka wrote:

    Also, WHERE IS THE SUMMER BASS GONE O.O ?

    Summer Bass can only be caught from 20th of March till the 22nd of September.

    So your going to have to wait a few months yet.

  • el, November 2010

    Raw Summer Bass is a seasonal fish. It replaces Winter Squid at the Spring equinox, so cannot be caught before then - see Catching Winter Squid. [Edit - Kiingy beat me to it :-) ]

    For general guides on these achievements, read The Limnologist and The Oceanographer.

  • tokugawa98, November 2010

    Maybe I am missing something but since Northrend Angler and Outland Angler mention that "a fish" has to be caught in those pools, those can be checked against for Limnologist/Oceanographer.

    So if one has the former two achievements, are they filled in for the Cata ones?

  • narvil, November 2010

    tokugawa98 wrote:

    Maybe I am missing something but since Northrend Angler and Outland Angler mention that "a fish" has to be caught in those pools, those can be checked against for Limnologist/Oceanographer.
    So if one has the former two achievements, are they filled in for the Cata ones?

    no

  • Sigtyr, November 2010

    Felblood Snapper
    Lightning Eel
    Enourmous Barbed Gill Trout

    these aren't in either of the achievements

  • Shadygrove, November 2010

    First thing both my husband and I are doing is working on these fishing achievements! We've made a lot of progress.

  • marmotrider, November 2010

    I'm not seeing Nightfin Snapper on your list...

    oops, nevermind. Missed the Raw part... :D

  • el, November 2010

    Both Raw Nightfin Snapper and Felblood Snapper are part of The Limnologist.

    There's not a lot of logic behind what's included in the achievement and what's not. Plenty of less common catches are missing, yet we have the very rare bloated catches listed.

    And Salmon and Redgill are part of The Oceanographer, even though they are inland fish (in Azeroth, at least).

  • Noodleguitar, November 2010

    I'm a bit stuck on Mithril Head Trout. I'm fishing in Stranglethorn Vale, and the guide says that it can be found in The Cape of Stranglethorn, inland. Though I can't find any inland water in the Cape of Stranglethorn except from maybe the Sundering but there I'm catching Yellowtail which means you can't catch Mithril Head Trout there.

    If there is any, please explain to me which regions are counted as inland for the Cape of Stranglethorn.

  • el, November 2010

    The Cape of Stranglethorn inland is specifically the water on the hill half way between Booty Bay and Hardwrench Hideaway. From memory there's a naga shrine there.

  • Cocosbro, November 2010

    Has anyone caught the bloated fishes after the patch (4.0.3a?) I got the bloated giant sunfish yesterday but other than that nothing so far. I'm just scared that I'll spend too much time on a spot where it later turns out they can't be caught :/

  • Naee, November 2010

    Same here, I've only caught the bloated giant sunfish so far after about 4 hours total only fishing for bloateds. I think I'll hold off on these until someone confirms that they're still catchable in their previous areas.

  • el, November 2010

    The bloated fish are catchable. I have 2 so far (plus the Sunfish). But catch rates are very low. Each has taken me about 1000 catches, but that might be luck: The pre-Cataclysm data (especially gathered during One that did not get away) suggests somewhere between 1/1000 and 1/5000. At those sorts of odds, you can fish all day and not catch any bloated fish.

  • Noodleguitar, November 2010

    el wrote:

    The Cape of Stranglethorn inland is specifically the water on the hill half way between Booty Bay and Hardwrench Hideaway. From memory there's a naga shrine there.

    Thanks alot, this wasn't visible on the map as water, which isn't surprising because it's really a minuscule body of water. I wouldn't have thought to try to cast in it if you hadn't said there is something fishable in this area.

  • Jinxa, November 2010

    Well I have just caught the Bloated Trout in The Cape of Stranglethorn. Put in 1000 casts up at Western P and just moved out of boredom. 95 casts here and it drops. :)

  • Renetta, November 2010

    Seems like Spinefin Halibut is not listed in either achievement.

    EDIT: Looking at wowhead it is not clear I got it from fishing. Seems to be a loot only item. So nevermind.
    EDIT2: Lightning Eel is a catchable fish that isn't part of the achievements though.

  • Klinch, November 2010

    I just caught the Bloated Brilliant Smallfish, but on an ALT :( , while doing the SW fishing daily "Thunder Falls" for violet perch (outside of SW)

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