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  1. #1
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    Sep 2016

    The LOTRO Beacon: Issue #25

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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Aug 2017
    Harndirion, or the Party Tree during festivals.

    What is the key to good fishing in LOTRO?

    Good bait

  3. #3

    Weekly Question 25

    Good bait...and a pole...and a body of water (even a self-contained body of water, like a quarry pond, which can only be filled with rain water and has no ties to any stream, river, creek, lake, etc.).
    "...At least it tells us they understand our language; they're just not willing to speak to us in it. -Who knew they were French?"

  4. #4
    Fish! Raw and wriggling!

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Jun 2011
    What is the key to good fishing in LOTRO?

    a Rohirric Fishing Rod
    Last edited by Gruntzz; Sep 07 2017 at 10:42 PM.

  6. #6
    Patience and good timing.

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    The key to good fishing in LOTRO:

    Watch the pole, not the bait. If you watch the bait, you may twitch and get nothing. If you watch the pole, when it goes, you got a fish... or weeds?!!

  8. #8
    What is the key to good fishing in LOTRO?

    Patience... and some killer cosmetics so you look good standing around

  9. #9
    Good fishing?

    Make sure the water is the right colour. Pink water is sometimes OK. Even in the depths of Moria you can find the occasional fish.
    But green water is bad, m'kay? It looks like weewee and is even worse for you.
    And make sure the stuff in the pools is water, not RED HOT BURNING DEATH LAVA. If your pole melts, that's a clue it's generally not OK to fish there.
    105s: Aedfrith (HN), Aldnoth (CP), Brai (RK), Hrolfdan (MN), Aeldfryd (WD), Morriarty (CH), Aednoth (LM), Mishhar (BR), Hraldan (GR), Rummbold (BG). Tinies - Rumbelina (MN), Aenghus (CP)
    Rangers of Eriador (officer), ex-Snowbourn now Laurelin - A Noob for All Seasons

  10. #10
    as long as you catch something, your doing it right. Fishing is like a box of chocolate, you never know what your going to get.

  11. #11
    Join Date
    Apr 2015
    What is the key to good fishing in LOTRO?

    No one knows. Otherwise "Fishy. Very Fishy" quest would be completeable

  12. #12
    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    Khoblún Utot, Enedwaith
    Quote Originally Posted by Phindecano View Post
    What is the key to good fishing in LOTRO?

    No one knows. Otherwise "Fishy. Very Fishy" quest would be completeable
    Also, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ THIS ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^!
    Please fix or, at least, address the issue: https://www.lotro.com/forums/showthr...-Fishy-(Quest)

    PS: To quote a Dolphin, "Thanks for all the fish!''

  13. #13
    Join Date
    Dec 2010
    What is the key to good fishing in LOTRO?

    Using the right bait in a good spot.
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  14. #14
    Join Date
    May 2011
    What is the key to good fishing in LOTRO?

    A good pole, a nice pond and plenty of patience.
    XanThorr the Well-Met
    "Meddle not in the affairs of dragons for you are crunchy and good with ketchup"

    ~~Beeornfree 115 Beorning of Evernight~~Xanthorr-1 110 High Elf Hunter of Evernight
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    ~~Beeornfree 108 Beorning of Landroval
    ~~Beeornfree 60 Beorning of Arkenstone~~Xanthorr 35 High Elf Hunter of Arkenstone
    ~~Beeornfree 29 Beorning of Brandywine~~Xanthorr 30 High Elf Hunter of Brandywine
    ~~Beeornfree 29 Beorning of Crickhallow~~Xanthorr 37 High Elf Hunter of Crickhallow
    ~~Beeornfree 50 Beorning of Anor~~Xan 36 High Elf Hunter of Anor

  15. #15
    What is the key to good fishing in LOTRO?

    A +5 Pole.

  16. #16
    Join Date
    Feb 2012
    What is the key to good fishing in LOTRO?

    Location, location, location!
    Iaralor | Riddorra | Cirnordar | Thransi | Fanion | Tarro | Otleif | Mallelleth

  17. #17
    It's all about location

  18. #18
    You must face a body of water.

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    Räuberhöhle auf Belegaer, Breelandsiedlung, Ochsbott, Lange Straße 5. Vorsicht, Fallen!
    Alexophor, human Level 115 Hunter, formerly a Nimrod, now on Landroval
    Awkward Animal Arena in Breeland Homesteads, 6 Long Street, Ersward (Landroval) - Minas Tirith under attack!

  19. #19
    Well the shiniest one of course! Fishies love shinies...

  20. #20
    Good fishing in LOTRO? Don't do it seriously. You're not fishing to feed your family. You can live without a few festival tokens. Don't force yourself if you don't like it.

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    Here's the list of good needed:

    Spectacles, chair, hat, tea-cup and a list.
    Just ask Goldie Tunnelly!
    Claims made in forums are larger than they appear in real life.

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  24. #24
    hot rod

  25. #25
    Join Date
    Dec 2016
    What is the key to good fishing in LOTRO?

    Easy, good bait (hobbit children)


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