Raw Summer Bass - El's Extreme Anglin' - WoW Fishing Guide
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This page summarises how to catch Raw Summer Bass.

Raw Summer Bass

About Raw Summer Bass

Usage: Cooking: Hot Smoked Bass (restores 874 health over 27 sec, increases your Spirit by 10 for 10 min, requires Level 35).

Vendor Value: 9c.

Catching Raw Summer Bass

Detailed mapping of hard to find areas is shown below.

Time: Summer Bass are seasonal, and can only be caught between the March (Spring) and September (Autumn/Fall) equinox (approximately 20 March to 22 September). Highest catch rate 12:00-18:00. Cannot be caught 00:00-06:00, except in the Bay of Storms area of Azshara.

Commentary: Overall highest catch rate is in the higher-skill area (Azshara Bay of Storms) - over 30% of the catch between 12:00 and 18:00, compared to under 15% during the same period in lower-skill areas.

Where to catch Raw Summer Bass
Water/pool typeMinimum skillAreasCatch RateCommonly caught fish
To castTo avoid get aways% of CatchSource
Open Water - Coastal2053000-15% [1]Sample: 2848.
33042510-30% [1]Sample: 857.
  1. Summer only. Best catch rate 12:00-18:00.

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: Bay of Storms. Map: Jaguero Isle.

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