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|exchange = gemw
 
|name = Leaping salmon
 
|name = Leaping salmon
 
|image = [[File:Leaping salmon.png]]
 
|image = [[File:Leaping salmon.png]]
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|release = 3 July [[2007]]
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|update = Barbarian Training
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|members = Yes
 
|quest = No
 
|quest = No
 
|tradeable = Yes
 
|tradeable = Yes
 
|equipable = No
 
|equipable = No
 
|stackable = No
 
|stackable = No
|high = 30
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|high = 1
|low = 20
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|low = 1
 
|destroy = Drop
 
|destroy = Drop
 
|store = No
 
|store = No
 
|examine = Some non-tasty salmon.
 
|examine = Some non-tasty salmon.
 
|weight = 0
 
|weight = 0
|members = Yes}}
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'''Leaping salmon''', in order to be caught, requires a [[Fishing]] level of 58 and a [[Strength]] and [[Agility]] level of 30, providing 70 Fishing experience, 6 Strength experience, and 6 Agility [[experience]]. It can only be caught with a [[Barbarian rod]] with [[feather]]s or [[fishing bait|bait]] after starting [[Barbarian Training]]. The best place to catch Leaping Salmon is at [[Otto's Grotto]]. It cannot be [[cooking|cooked]] but can be used with a [[knife]] to cut it open, which always gives [[roe]], and may also give [[fish offcuts]], providing 10 Cooking experience. The roe and offcuts serve as bait, so if the player has a high enough Cooking level, and manages the cuts right, they essentially have an endless supply of bait. However, some players find that alching the fish instead of using them for bait is faster and easier because it doesn't interrupt fishing, and saves the player from having to drop each fish individually if they do not want to use them for bait.
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[[File:Leaping salmon detail.png|left|100px]]
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'''Leaping salmon''' is a fish which requires 58 [[Fishing]], 30 [[Strength]], and 30 [[Agility]] to be caught, providing 70 Fishing experience, 6 Strength experience, and 6 Agility experience. It can be caught at [[Otto's Grotto]] or [[Mount Quidamortem]] with a [[barbarian rod]] and suitable bait after starting [[Barbarian Training]].
   
The order in which bait is used first is as follows: bait, feathers, offcuts, roe, caviar.
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It cannot be [[cooking|cooked]] but can be used with a [[knife]] to cut it open, which always gives [[roe]], and may also give [[fish offcuts]], providing 10 Cooking experience. The roe and offcuts serve as bait, so if the player has a high enough Cooking level, and manages the cuts right, they essentially have an endless supply of bait. However, some players find that alching the fish instead of using them for bait is faster and easier because it doesn't interrupt fishing, and saves the player from having to drop each fish individually if they do not want to use them for bait.
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The order in which bait is used first is as follows: bait, offcuts, feather, roe, caviar.
   
 
{{Fish}}
 
{{Fish}}

Latest revision as of 10:22, June 8, 2019

Leaping salmon detail

Leaping salmon is a fish which requires 58 Fishing, 30 Strength, and 30 Agility to be caught, providing 70 Fishing experience, 6 Strength experience, and 6 Agility experience. It can be caught at Otto's Grotto or Mount Quidamortem with a barbarian rod and suitable bait after starting Barbarian Training.

It cannot be cooked but can be used with a knife to cut it open, which always gives roe, and may also give fish offcuts, providing 10 Cooking experience. The roe and offcuts serve as bait, so if the player has a high enough Cooking level, and manages the cuts right, they essentially have an endless supply of bait. However, some players find that alching the fish instead of using them for bait is faster and easier because it doesn't interrupt fishing, and saves the player from having to drop each fish individually if they do not want to use them for bait.

The order in which bait is used first is as follows: bait, offcuts, feather, roe, caviar.


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