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Runescape Fishing Guide

Fishing is one of aquite fun and easy skill in Runescape,when you are going to start fishing, you need something fishing equipment.You canget a free net in fishing stores,but superior equipment should be bought in fishing shop!If you want to fish for specific things, then you will need to fish at specific areas. Any area with sparking water is a fishing spot. However, before we go into that, let me explain what the fishing equipment is and what it's used to catch.

Net: Used to catch Shrimp, Anchovies, Karambwanji, Giant Frogspawn, and Monkfish
Fishing Rod & Bait: Used to catch Sardine, Herring, Pike, Slimey Eel, and Cave Eel
Big Net: Used to catch Mackerel, Cod, and Bass (This can catch items as well, and I will explain that soon.)
Fly-Fishing Rod & Feathers: Used to catch Trout and Salmon
Harpoon: Used to catch Tuna, Swordfish, and Shark
Lobster Cage: Used to catch Lobsters
Oily-Fishing Rod & Bait: Used to catch Lava Eel
Karambwan Vessel: Used to catch Karambwan

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Things that you can catch with your Big Net that is not fish Include:
- Boots & Gloves
- Seaweed
- Oyster Shell
- Casket

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Turtle pond Idea help please?
    Hey, I have a red eared slider turtle. He's about 9", male, and is very healthy. I want to use his tank for fish, so I was thinking of digging him a pond in the summer. The only problem is I live in Ohio and it gets chilly in the winter. Would a pond heater keep his water warm enough for him to live through the winters?

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  2. QUESTION:
    Stuff growing on my freshwater aquarium?
    My son has a freshwater aquarium. It is 15 gallons . The only occupant is a large golden fantail. Yesterday I went in and there is little greenish black round spots growing on the front and back of tank but not the sides. Also one of his aquarium decorations had black spots all over it. Does anyone know what this is or how to get rid of it or if it's bad for the fish. My son takes meticulous care of his tank but we had to go to Ohio for two weeks and 2 days after we come back this is what I find. Since he has a gold fish we don't have a heater on it but he uses the tank light as his night light and it runs about 14 hours so it tends to make the tank a little warm. I left a neighbor in charge of it while we were gone but I don't know if she over fed or maybe didn't run the light or forgot to shut it off or what. She says she did everything EXACTLY the way I said but I'm skeptical cause when Connor does it we've never had a problem. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!!
    We NORMALLY clean and partial water change once a week with a filter change every 2 weeks as my son (who is 5) informed me goldfish are dirty and need more frequent cartridge changes. I rechecked his research and found he is right so thats what we do. But like I said we had to go away for 2 weeks and I don't think my neighbor followed my instructions because my 5 year old cares for his tank ON HIS OWN with very little assistance from me and we've NEVER had this problem before. He has been in love with fish and Aquariums since he was about 18 months old and i finally decided he was old enough to have a tank and learn responsibility. He has exceeded my expectations and even supports the tank with his allowance without complaint. Sorry I had to brag a little I'm very proud of him. Anyway... Thanks for all the great answers and help!!

    • ANSWER:
      it is just algae, don't worry. don't leave your lights on so long, and it'll help cut down on the growth. leave them on for maybe 8-10 hours, the best way to do this is to pick up a cheap light timer. in the meantime, you can just scrub it off. the green spots can be tough, so if it's a glass aquarium, have no qualms about using a straight razor to scrape them off.

      do NOT buy a plecostomus, there are none small enough for an aquarium that size, and they don't eat the tough green spot algae.

      it probably bloomed due to there being no water changes in 2 weeks. a fantail goldfish makes a lot of mess, so weekly partial water changes are absolutely necessary. in the future, look into getting at least a 20 gallon tank (29 would be better) for your fantail.

      hope that helps :) !

  3. QUESTION:
    GoldFish Tank in 'COLD winter' sun porch..........?
    I have a 55 gallon hexagon goldfish tank. I wanted to move it into my sun room, but winter is coming. Im in Ohio so it gets cold her (Typical winter day approx. 20*F but can get down as low as -10*F on certain winter days) . I know that goldfish are cold water fish, but if I had the tank out in my sun room I would have a heater in the tank sat at about 60*F. I also have a wood burner that we use in the winter time, so that would make the sun room temperature be approx. 75*F during the evening hours and approx. 30-40*F during the days. Is this going to be a problem? I was thinking that maybe glass would expand and contract? The water should be fine because of the tank heater, but is this temperature change going to make the heater work over time?

    • ANSWER:
      one thing i would do just to be on the safe side, is to get another tank heater just to be safe. set them at the same temps. otherwise, you sound like you've got everything under control.


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