Enormous Barbed Gill Trout - El's Extreme Anglin' - WoW Fishing Guide
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This page summarises how to catch Enormous Barbed Gill Trout.

Enormous Barbed Gill Trout

About Enormous Barbed Gill Trout

Usage:

  • Cooking: Hot Buttered Trout (restores 7500 health and 7200 mana over 30 sec, requires Level 65). One raw fish makes two Hot Buttered Trout. It's enormous, after all.
  • Equip: Held In Off-hand.

Vendor Value: 5s.

Auction Value: 40s as Hot Buttered Trout, but not a good seller.

Catching Enormous Barbed Gill Trout

Notes: Rarely caught from any pool in Outland (approximately 2% of the catch). Also from open water in Nagrand, Netherstorm, Terokkar Forest and Zangarmarsh (under 1% of the catch).

Commentary: Along with Huge Spotted Feltail, for a long time these fish were the bane of the dedicated fisherman or woman: Large and bulky, they would clutter up your bags, while having no practical use. Now, finally, someone has found a way to cook them. And they don't taste at all bad! Unfortunately, like Goldenscale Vendorfish, these large fish aren't easy to catch: Best to try and catch something else, and be glad when one of these bites.

History: 2.1.2: Hot Buttered Trout added.

Where to catch Enormous Barbed Gill Trout*
Water/pool typeMinimum skillAreasCatch RateCommonly caught fish
To castTo avoid get aways% of CatchSource
Bluefish School - Inland3804752%Sample: 234.
3954902%Sample: 234.
Brackish Mixed School - Inland3054002%Sample: 145.
3554502%Sample: 145.
Highland Mixed School - Inland4055002%Sample: 1060.
Mudfish School - Inland3804752%Sample: 93.
3954902%Sample: 93.
Pure Water - Inland3804752%Sample: 384.
3954902%Sample: 384.
School of Darter - Inland3554502%Sample: 105.
Sporefish School - Inland3054002%Sample: 228.
3554502%Sample: 228.
Steam Pump Flotsam - Inland3054002%Sample: 109.
3554502%Sample: 109.
* Rarely also caught from open water in Nagrand, Netherstorm, Terokkar Forest and Zangarmarsh. This is not shown in the table.

The catch rate is the approximate proportion of all catches in the area from the water/pool type that are the named fish.

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