Misty Reed Mahi Mahi - El's Extreme Anglin' - WoW Fishing Guide
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This page summarises how to catch Misty Reed Mahi Mahi. For a more detailed guide, see Artisan Fishing Quest.

Misty Reed Mahi Mahi

About Misty Reed Mahi Mahi

Quest fish.

Catching Misty Reed Mahi Mahi

Detailed mapping of hard to find areas is shown below.

Notes: The strand covers the coastal area of the Swamp of Sorrows. Your fishing pole's bobber needs to land inside the named area.

Quest: Nat Pagle, Angler Extreme (Artisan fishing) from Nat Pagle in Dustwallow Marsh. Can only be caught with this quest. Cannot be caught while in a raid group. The quest also requires Feralas Ahi, Sar'theris Striker, and Savage Coast Blue Sailfin.

Detailed Guide: Artisan Fishing Quest - Full walkthrough with maps.

Commentary: To avoid wandering Murlocs, fish from one of the small island rocks just off the coast, rather than on the beach.

Where to catch Misty Reed Mahi Mahi
Water/pool typeMinimum skillAreasCatch RateCommonly caught fish
To castTo avoid get aways% of CatchSource
Open Water - Coastal130225Quest only.

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

Detailed Mapping

Map: Misty Reed Strand.

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Learn More

  • Getting Started - Read this chapter if you are new to fishing, or have only just started fishing.
  • Training - How to train your skill from Apprentice, through Journeyman, Expert, and Artisan, to Master.
  • The Role of Skill - This topic considers the role skill plays in fishing, including how skill changes the proportion of fish that "get away".
  • Zone Base Fishing Skill - This topic attempts to answer the question, what fishing skill will I need to fish in a certain zone?
  • Gazetteer - This topic develops a simple gazetteer that shows which fish may be caught in which zones.
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