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A small fishing net is used to catch fish such as , , and . A small fishing net can be permanently stored in the .Players can also buy the net in the , but it's often in great demand and so quite hard to purchase.
When the fish enters the larger net, close the net (see below) andlift the fish out of the tank. Of course, if you do have theopportunity to actually catch the desired fish in the smaller fishnet, there is no reason not to.
You will want one large(r) fish net and one smaller fish net. Placethe larger fish net in a fixed location in the tank, but keep yourhand on the handle. If you know that the fish you want to catch is notin his favorite hiding place, you may want to block the entrance tothis favorite place with the stationary net.A small fishing net is used to catch such as , , and . Nets can be purchased from various for 5 . It can also be obtained for free from the south of near the coast east of the .A Small Fish Net is a that comes from using a . It was one of the early buyer rewards for the . Double-click the deed and target the ground where you want it to sit.There are 5 main types of spots in RuneScape: Net/Bait, Lure/Bait, Cage/Harpoon, and Net/Harpoon (members-only) and Harpoon/Net (after , members-only). Net/Bait spots require a to net fish whilst Net/Harpoon spots require a to net fish. Harpoon/Net requires a small Fishing net. Each spot can catch the following fish:There are 5 main types of spots in RuneScape: Net/Bait, Lure/Bait, Cage/Harpoon, and Net/Harpoon (members-only) and Harpoon/Net (after , members-only). Net/Bait spots require a to net fish whilst Net/Harpoon spots require a to net fish. Harpoon/Net requires a small Fishing net. Each spot can catch the following fish:
While it might seem counterintuitive, a bigger casting net isn't always better. A larger cast net will obviously be heavier and more cumbersome while hauling in, so if you're just starting to learn cast net fishing, a smaller fish net could be easier to learn on. Bigger nets are also more susceptible to tangles and rips if thrown near branches or reeds. If you're an experienced fisher and are in clear water, larger fish netting might suit your purposes, but if you're just starting out or are fishing in obstructed waters, a smaller net could be just as useful.