About the profession
Fishing is a secondary profession that allows players to fish in the various rivers, seas and oceans found in the world. Different areas require certain skill levels before the player can fish in the waters.
Fish and other marine life obtained through Fishing are typically used in cooking to create various types of dish that help to regain life or grant some buff. Players who like to fish can perform various daily fishing missions in search of special rewards contained in bags like Bag of Shiny Things, or even compete in Fishing events – A Stranglethorn Fishing Extravaganza and Kalu'ak Fishing Derby – for valuable prizes!
In Pandaria, Fishermen are a faction dedicated to all things related to fishing. Completing daily fishing missions will increase your reputation and allow you to purchase special mounts (Azure Water Strider reins) and fishing rods.You can also get friends with Nat Pagle to buy Nat's Fishing Journal!
In Legion, Fishing gains great focus thanks to an Artifact Weapon!
- There are a variety of new fish in the Legion zones, as well as rare baits such as Nar'thalas Hermit. Throwing rare fish back into the water grants +5 permanent fishing skill. Some rare fish require you to find items to see them for the first time, such as the Rusty Queenfish Brooch.
- The Dalaran font is updated for Legion, with a new achievement: The Wish Remover. There are dozens of new coins to fish like Queen Azshara's Royal Seal! There are also items to make it easier to catch coins like glob of really sticky glue.
- There are numerous World Fishing Missions that are required for Fishing Around the Islands. This achievement requires you to fish in a certain area and reward with Artifact Power.
- There is a special fisherman in Dalaran, Conjurer Margoss, with whom you can increase the reputation by fishing Drowned Mana.It sells Sting Ray Pup and Brinedeep Bottom-Feeder, which require reputation, as well as Arcane Lure, Murloc Bobber and Glorious Earwax Candle.
It is worth remembering that the Fishing ability has no effect on the amount of fish you catch in BFA zones. You will catch the same number of fish in fishing skill lvl1 or lvl175. Nowadays in addition to the resource that can be obtained in fishing, the only reason to upafisher is to obtain achievements.
Bfa Fishing Trainers
In Battle For Azeroth, so you can learn the new recipes just go learn common instructor in the city of your faction. The profession is the same in both, the only difference is the name between them. While for the Alliance the name of the profession is Kul Tiraz Fishing, for the Horde the name is Zandalar Fishing.
The coaches are located in the capitals Boralus and Zandalar, you can find them at:
- Alliance: You can meet Alan Goya in Boralus (74.2, 5.7).
- Horde: You can find Tali Calada in Dazar'alor (50.6, 23.2).
Or you can also talk to a guard in Boralus or Dazar'alor and ask where the jewelry coach is. This will add a marker to your minimap.
Fish don't come from more than one specific zone. Instead, you can find 3 specific types of fish in the Kul Tiraz zones, 3 specific in zandalar zones, 2 specific in Nazjatar, 1 specific in Mechagon and you can fish 2 specific in all zones.
How to upar the profession
You can train your fishing from 1 to 175 anywhere that has water in Zandalar or Kul Tiraz. Go to the nearest water, find the fishing skill icon in your spell book (P) in the professions tab, drag that icon somewhere in your action bar. Stand in front of the lake/river and press the fishing button. Hover over the icon in the water, and when it moves, right-click.
If you start with skill 1 fishing in BFA, you will need to fish about 300 fish to reach 175, which takes about 2-3 hours.
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