InRaft, how to fish and get fishing bait

InRaft, how to fish and get fishing bait

Raft now has fishing bait, one of the many features introduced when Redbeets survival game was left early access, but you can''t just make it yourself. To get fishing bait in Raft, you must build one of the games new machines, but it''s worth the effort. At the Trading Post, you can exchange fish for a new item that nets you rare goods.

In Raft, where will you find fishing bait?

How do you get fishing bait in Raft?

Trash Cubes are paid for fishing bait by the Trading Post, and since most Trading Posts have relatively little fishing bait in stock, it is the world''s end, after all you will need to travel around to other trading posts if you want to stock up on bait.

The construction of Trarsh Cubes is required for the Recycler, so make sure you do this first.

When you have the bait, you may choose it. This is distinct from Shark Bait, which you really need to use when it comes to fishing.

How to Fish in Raft

How to fish in Raft

If you arrived here wondering how to start fishing, you''ll be in luck because you may begin the process fairly early in the game. Once you have plucked one plank and one rope onto the research table, the basic wooden fishing rod will be unlocked. That teaches you how to make a wooden fishing rod, and you can do it with:

Six planks Eight ropes

  • Six planks
  • Eight ropes

By placing one scrap, one bolt, and one rope on the research table, you can learn to craft a metal fishing rod.

3 Bolt 8 Ropes for Scrap 1

  • 3 Scrap
  • 1 Bolt
  • 8 Ropes

For some fish and other items, the catch rate is different. The metal rod, for example, has a higher chance of pulling in mackerel and catfish, while the wooden rod is more likely to yield herring and pomfret.

Take it to the Trading Post, where you may get Trade Coins to exchange for even more goods.

If you''re looking for more expensive items in Raft, get yourself some Titanium Ore, though it takes a bit more effort. While you''re out collecting materials and fishing, sharks are a possibilite threat on the water, but with proper planning, you may relieve and dispatch sharks with ease.

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