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  1. UPDATE 15 July 2017 - The fish table of the Trent pond identified in this post has now been changed in-game to the normal Calpheon fish table. This means there is no longer these new Kamasylvia species (including Swiri) or bottle items now. These should become available again when Kamasylvia arrives soon in the new regions.
    Introduction
    A little while ago I posted on the confirmation that the Swiri fish species had been added to one or more of the Kamasylvia freshwater fish tables in Korea where it launched late last year.
    After a recent patch update, I can confirm that it is now possible to catch the Swiri in-game in the EU/NA region, due to the Kamasylvia fish table overlapping in one location to the south of Calpheon close to the border.
    For many, the Swiri will be the last remaining entry not completed in Knowledge > Life Skills > Fishing Fish Species. It was one of the species that was originally marked as a red quality species but never introduced to the game. Only recently were the other missing species, Sturgeon and Sunfish, added to the game with the Margoria expansion.
    Like these other species, due to it's original design, it can not be sold to the Imperial Trader, only to a normal Trader.
    The Kamasylvia fish species are already included in the Freshwater Fish Species List posted last month but this new discovery confirms some more including the Swiri in a specific fish table. It can't be confirmed until Kamasylvia opens up for us in March sometime but is probably one of the Valtara areas fish tables.
    The same fish table includes one of the new green species, the Stumpy Bullhead, which can also be fished here. The remaining fish are existing species with a couple of surprising additions. The table consists of:
    Kamasylivia - Valtara (tentative) Fish table

    Fishing species
    Pacu
    Swiri
    Lenok
    Yellow-Head Catfish
    Stumpy Bullhead
    Sweetfish
    Goby Minnow
    Trash items
    Snapped Rope
    Tattered Boots
    Torn Net
    Other items
    Bottle with a Note
    Giant Fish Bone
    Also confirmed is a chance to catch the Golden Siniperca being the first freshwater Rare quality fish which gives a very high price (200k silver) like Coelacanth or Luvar from the sea areas. It's another nice addition to the Kamasylvia freshwater fishing.
    Fish Table Notes
    While test fishing I unexpectedly fished up a Bottle with a Note item (in fact two over time) which is supposed to only be obtainable via harpooning. However having caught two now and seen this noted on the Korean forums also, it looks a deliberate design decision to add it as a rare drop item to Kamasylvia waters. For more detail on this item please check out my other thread which covers it, here.The Giant Fish Bone, an install-able house object, was also a really unexpected catch. I have never fished one or even seen one. None on either EU or NA Market Place. It has existed in the data for some time and was at some time available and has been caught in Korea but not to my knowledge in our region before. Further detail con be found on this separate thread.The Minnow has been renamed in the latest patches as the Goby Minnow, probably to avoid confusion given how many minnow species there are now.To trade the fish caught here you will need to connect to Longleaf Tree Sentry Post or Treant Forest depending on which side of the pool you fish, so check Origin of fish caught.Location
    The only water body I could find with another fish table other than that already posted on (accessed over the border into Kamasylvia from the Ross Sea) was a small pool found to the SW of Trent. It is in the Cyclops Land area (on the mini-map) and why I refer to it as the Cyclops pool. The location is indicated on the attached image being above the Ksarka Shrine (Calpheon). You can just see the pool on the main map.
    The pool can be accessed by moving SW out of Trent from the storage keeper, up the hill and then either side of the shrine entrance steps. Or up those steps past the shrine NPCs and jumping off and climbing the rocks to reach the pool set back a little from actual shrine entrance.
    General Notes
    The fish table as well as having some other unique items to catch (will be added later), probably reflects the developers' intention as an upgrade and added interest from existing freshwater fishing. The fishing speed is as fast as at of the fastest in freshwater areas and it has a much higher percentage of yellow quality fish which means fish value is a lot higher. The relic drop rate appears much the same as all other areas.
    Summary
    It's great to get the final freshwater species at last for our region. The Swiri had become almost a mythical beast in it's own right for fishers. Also, the other new species and details for fishing in Kamasylvia are really welcome as a continuation of the developers desire to bring new content for the activity.
    The drop rate for Swiri is quite reasonable so it shouldn't take too long to catch one. Good luck with the other species and items.


  2. While swimming around in Lake Kaia, I swam into a freshwater crocodile and ended up stuck inside him, unable to move and basically forced to ride along with him. I could only see myself if I angled the camera in a specific direction (see image), but most of the time all I saw were the textures for the crocodile (up close, very uncomfortable). I had to use the escape function in the menu to get out of him.
    While I found our little ride-along amusing, I could see this becoming a problem in the future for anyone swimming in that lake.
    I am a level 50 Valkyrie, and this took place on the server NA_Serendia 5.
    I'd be happy to answer any further questions.

  3. [Fishing] New Fish Species - 'Amur Minnow' - First confirmed Kamasylvia fish species catch in EU/NA Region.
    One of the new Kamasylvia freshwater fish species. The Amur Minnow is a green quality species included in one of the Kamasylvia area fish tables.
    It is possible to catch this fish and other existing fish species included in the Kamasylvia area fish table by fishing over the invisible barrier west of Port Epheria, along the coast. The sea area behind the barrier is marked Margoria but obviously this part has the freshwater table of the adjacent inland area.
    The fish table from initial testing is:
    Fishing species
    Striped Shiner
    Amur Minnow
    Bass
    Yellowfin Sculpin
    Trash items
    Broken Bottle Fragment
    Fertilizer Sack
    Washed-Up Laundry
    Note: Other species possible. This is from initial testing only. The remainder of the species are from existing fish species.
    Kamasylvia has been opened up in part already in Korea but doesn't extend to this coastal area, which is due to be opened up at a later date. The fish tables however appear to have been added at least for it. The part opened already in Korea is south of Behr/ Trent and is due to be added to EU/ NA region in a in a couple of months.
    The only way to fish it is as described above, over the invisible barrier (as it worked with Ross Sea before Margoria was officially released).
    Update:
    It is also to find the same Kamasylvia fish table at the source of the Kaia River, close to the border and south of Trent. it is limited to the very top section and reverts to the typical Calpheon fish table lower down the river. The only difference is that the trash is different but the fish species and lack of any yellow quality remains the same as above.

  4. BDO - Freshwater Fishing Guide
    Updates
    10 October 2018 - Following the extensive changes to Fishing included in the 10 October 2018 Patch Notes, THIS INFORMATION IS NOW DEPRECATED AND IS CHANGED IN THE GAME. Refer to this for historical purposes only.15 February 2017 - Added trash items for Kamasylvia and note that it is possible to catch at least the Amur Minnow now over the invisible barrier. See note below.19 February 2017 - Updated entries for Kamasylvia to reflect recent Engish name revisions.23 February 2017 - Added confirmed fish tables for Kamasylvia based on two areas we can fish already close to the border. See under Kamasylvia. This includes the Bottle with a Note (now confirmed possible to obtain via fishing probably as a region wide rare chance) and Giant Fish Bone items.01 May 2017 - Updating lists to reflect the name change of Minnow > Goby Minnow. Still a common, white quality freshwater fish.03 September 2017 - Changed species name Steed > Cornet Fish to reflect new name in-game, in Serendia fish table.02 October 2017 - Added Kamasylvia fish tables with location map now confirmed in-game as Kamasylvia Part 1 is live.05 October 2017 - Name changed yet again for Steed > Cornet Fish > Barbel Steed.21 November 2017 - Added the revised Kamasylvia fish tables, species, descriptions and revised map to include both Kamasylvia Part 1 & Part 2 now.06 December 2017 - The Gold Key item has been added to some fish tables in the 29 Nov 2017 Patch Notes (no note for this) notably in Margoria ocean areas, Velia Hotspot, Grana city & Lake Flonder in Kamasylvia. it is not known if this is a permanent change as it is impacting relic drop rate in these areas. When this is confirmed then the guide will be updated.13 April 2018 - The Laila's Petal blue quality item has been added as a low drop rate chance to all regions, both freshwater and sal-----er. The item is used for the new Fairy pet.Introduction
    Although less important for fishing generally than sea areas, the inland rivers and other water bodies contain a wide range of fish species. They also have their own variation of fish spawns. The existing freshwater fishing replaced the original setup which included hidden static hotspots and differing fish tables. This has all been replaced with what now exists.
    The most important consideration of fish species locations is that, like in the various regional sea areas, each region has it's own specific fish species table.
    This means that any fish caught within a territory such as Calpheon, will be the same across the entire region (see note below on smaller waters and trash catches).
    The Valencia expansion introduced no new fish species, using part of the tables from both Mediah and Balenos (see note below).
    Generally the fish table will consist:
    1-2 yellow quality species1-2 blue quality species2-3 green quality species3-4 white quality fish species.Various trash items depending on region in all tables.Ancient Relic Crystal Shard and Silver Key items drop in all areas (not from the Default Fish Table in some smaller waters, see note below).The designers continue to add fishing content and this is reflected in new freshwater fish species and waters in the upcoming Kamasylvia region. This includes for the first time a yellow quality, high value Rare fish species, the Yellow Snapper, as a low drop rate chance across the new area.
    The list is provided to help finding missing fish species for the Knowledge entries; locating specific species for fishing quests and for general interest.
    The salt-water version of this list is available here:
    BDO - Ocean Fish Species List
    General notes and specific notes on freshwater fish spawns are included at the end for more information.
    Freshwater Fish Species List
    Calpheon
    Fish species
    Snakehead
    Arowana
    Freshwater Eel
    Bass
    Salmon
    Dace
    Mudfish
    Notch Jaw
    Roundtail Paradisefish
    Trash
    Broken Bottle Fragment
    Fertilizer Sack
    Washed-Up Laundry
    Fish spawn species
    Mandarin Fish
    Balenos
    Fish Species
    Pacu
    Carp
    Cherry Salmon
    Catfish
    Crucian Carp
    Bluegill
    Rosy Bitterling
    Soho Bitterling
    Trash
    Broken Bottle Fragment
    Fertilizer Sack
    Washed-Up Laundry
    Fish spawn species
    Pacu
    Serendia
    Fish species
    Mandarin Fish
    Lenok
    Striped Shiner
    Grayling
    Barbel Steed
    Terrapin
    Bitterling
    Bubble Eye
    Yellowfin Sculpin
    Trash
    Tattered Boot
    Snapped Rope
    Torn Net
    Fish spawn species:
    Leather Carp
    Mediah
    Fish Species
    Leather Carp
    Piranha
    Yellow-Head Catfish
    Kuhlia Marginata
    Smelt
    Sweetfish
    Bleeker
    Crawfish
    Goby Minnow
    Perch
    Trash
    Broken Bottle Fragment
    Fertilizer Bag
    Washed-Up Laundry
    Fish spawn species:
    Piranha
    Note
    Only one blue species but two yellow species.
    Valencia
    Fish species
    Pacu
    Carp
    Cherry Salmon
    Catfish
    Crucian Carp
    Bleeker
    Crawfish
    Goby Minnow
    Perch
    Trash catch
    Broken Bottle Fragment
    Fertilizer Sack
    Washed-Up Laundry
    Fish spawn species
    None
    Note
    Species taken from two existing fish tables. Yellow, blue, green quality species from Balenos and white quality species from Mediah.
    Kamasylvia A - Kamasylvia Vicinity Associated nodes include: Kamasylvia Vicinity Fish SpeciesNone TrashBroken Bottle FragmentFertilizer SackWashed-Up Laundry OtherNone NotePossibly a bugged fish table as it is not the normal Default Fish Table (sandeel/ surfperch, fish bones, seaweed). Appears to be no fish or other items in this table. Kamasylvia B - Atanis Pond Associated nodes include: Atanis Pond, Atanis Waterway, Caduil Forest, Krogdalo Trace, Mansuam Forest, Mirumok Ruins, Polly's Forest, Shady Tree Forest, Southern Kamasylvia, Tooth Fairy Cabin (North), Tooth Fairy Forest (North), Viv Foretta's Cabin Fish SpeciesGolden Siniperca (Rare)Mandarin FishSpotted BarbelDiamond MinnowStriped ShinerAmur MinnowBassYellowfin Sculpin TrashSnapped RopeTattered BootTorn Net OtherAncient Relic Crystal ShardSilver KeyBreezy Conch SeaweedBottle with a NoteGiant Fish Bone NoteOne of the fish tables introduced with Kamasylvia Part 1 and appears to have a slightly higher than average relic drop rate. Also includes a very low chance of fishing up a Bottle with a Note quest item, or a Giant Fish Bone house ornament. Kamasylvia C - Navarn Steppe Associated nodes include: Loopy Tree Forest, Mirumok Ruins, Navarn Springs, Navarn Steppe, Shady Tree Forest, Tooth Fairy Cabin (South), Tooth Fairy Forest (South), Western Valtarra Mountains Fish SpeciesGolden Siniperca (Rare)PacuSwiriLenokYellow-Head CatfishStumpy BullheadSweetfishGoby Minnow TrashSnapped RopeTattered BootTorn Net OtherAncient Relic Crystal ShardSilver KeyBreezy Conch SeaweedBottle with a NoteGiant Fish Bone NoteOne of the fish tables introduced with Kamasylvia Part 1 and appears to have a slightly higher than average relic drop rate. Also includes a very low chance of fishing up a Bottle with a Note quest item, or a Giant Fish Bone house ornament. Kamasylvia D - Okiara River Fish SpeciesGolden Siniperca (Rare)Leather CarpMiho Spine LoachArowanaCherry SalmonCommon MinnowGraylingBleeker TrashBroken Bottle FragmentFertilizer SackWashed-Up LaundryOtherAncient Relic Crystal ShardSilver KeyBreezy Conch SeaweedBottle with a NoteGiant Fish Bone NoteOne of the fish tables introduced with Kamasylvia Part 1 and appears to have a slightly higher than average relic drop rate. Also includes a very low chance of fishing up a Bottle with a Note quest item, or a Giant Fish Bone house ornament. Kamasylvia E - Grána city Associated nodes include: Grána Fish SpeciesGolden Siniperca (Rare)Granges D'or (Rare)Spotted BarbelMiho Spined LoachDiamond MinnowYellow-Head CatfishStumpy BullheadSweetfishGoby Minnow TrashNo trash OtherAncient Relic Crystal ShardSilver KeyBreezy Conch Seaweed NoteFish table confined to the city boundaries, with other tables outside, even within the safe zone.No trash group in the table.Golden Siniperca have a higher than normal drop rate for a high value rare fish.The new high value rare species, the Granges D'Or appears to have a lower drop rate even for rare fish.The average relic drop rate appears lower than the Kamasylvia Part 1 fish tables (B,C&D).No Bottle with a Note or Giant Fish Bone items confirmed caught to date. Kamasylvia F - Lake Flonder Associated nodes include: Grána (East), Lake Flonder, Okiara RiverFish SpeciesGolden Siniperca (Rare)PacuSwiriLenokYellow-Head CatfishStumpy BullheadSweetfishGoby Minnow TrashNo trash OtherAncient Relic Crystal ShardSilver KeyBreezy Conch Seaweed NoteNo trash group in the table.Same as Kamasylvia C but with no trash group.The average relic drop rate appears lower than the Kamasylvia Part 1 (A,B,C&D) fish tables (TBC).No Bottle with a Note or Giant Fish Bone items confirmed caught to date. Kamasylvia G - Coastal (Inland) Associated nodes include: Grana (West), Gyfin Rhasia Temple, Krogdalo Trace, Looney Cabin, Loopy Tree Forest, Okiara River, Tooth Fairy Forest, Yianaro's Field Fishing speciesStriped ShinerAmur MinnowBassYellowfin Sculpin TrashSnapped RopeTattered BootTorn Net OtherNone NoteBlue only fish table.No relic/key/conch group in this table.Used primarily in a zone approximately 100-200m inland the sea but also a few small pools inland. Kamasylvia H - Coastal (Sea) Associated nodes include: Acher West Camp, Grana (West), Gyfin Rhasia Temple, Krogdalo Trace, Looney Cabin, Loopy Tree Forest, Okiara River, Southern Kamasylvia, Tooth Fairy Forest Fishing speciesStriped ShinerAmur MinnowBassYellowfin Sculpin Trash itemsBroken Bottle FragmentFertilizer SackWashed-Up Laundry OtherNone NotePlaceholder fish table for the sea areas that are fishable in Kamasylvia, along the coast.This is the same fish table that was  (and still is)possible to fish over the barrier from Ross Sea to part of the fogged Kamasylvia coast.It is not possible to fish whole coastline due to partial invisible barriers which give a null cast. Map - Kamasylvia Fish Table Location Map Note
    White species most likely taken from existing freshwater tables.
    Possibly more than one fish table in the region.
    Assume translated names will be updated to remove RL references for the EU/NA release.
    Fish spawns not noted yet.
    Possible to catch the Amur Minnow at least across invisible barrier from Ross Sea, west of Port Epheria since 15 February 2017 Patch Notes.
    General Notes
    Fishing speed is slower compared to in the sea and also current fish tables have a lower proportion of high quality fish and more trash content. The slowest fishing in the game is in Heidel, compounded by the fact it is nearly always Exhausted resources there too. This, together with the rather strange spawn behaviour makes it less attractive than sea fishing generally.The slower speed does however offer one advantage. That is for passive AFK fishing combined with a small inventory. The high percentage of catch auto-deleted when the option is selected, means more chances for relic shards in the remaining inventory slots (the drop rate remains similar but space is retained for longer for shard drop chances).Some smaller waters may contain the Default Fish Table (Fish Bones, Seaweed, Sandeel).The upcoming Kamasylvia expansion will also have it's own fish table with some new species added and the currently missing Swiri species also added.The last remaining freshwater species that is not yet catchable in the game we now know is the Swiri and this has been confirmed as being added with the Kamasylvia expansion.Sadly some of the most picturesque stream locations only have the default fish table and therefore offer nothing for fishing. Hopefully these can be properly identified as fishing waters for a proper fishing table at least. And some reworking of the current freshwater spawns to make them less frustrating and relevant would also help add these often attractive waters as more viable options to the fisher.Notes on freshwater Fish Spawns
    The randomly spawning fish pools are referred to as fish spawns rather than the older term hotspot, to avoid confusion between old static hotspots and the newer randomly spawning fish spawns.Fish spawns inland difference from those found at sea in how they function. The general behaviour is:The freshwater spawns have jumping fish (trout-like) but no sea gulls hovering above them.They have a short spawn duration, often de-spawning within minutes (seemingly some are bugged and de-spawn in less than a minute).On cast the spawn will de-spawn rather like Coelacanth spawns.Unlike Coelacanth it is often possible to continue catching the spawn species in the same spot 2-3 more times after de-spawn. There is no remaining animation and the float needs to be recast to the same spot for this to occur.The actual activation zone of the spawn is tight to the visual animation meaning the float needs to land in the middle or the spawn species wont be caught; unlike at sea where the activation zone extends out at least a boat length from the visual spawn.Due to many freshwater spawns being out of range from land, the use of a boat is strongly recommended. This enables the fisher to patrol the river looking for spawns and position themselves close enough for an accurate cast into the pool. Using remote collection to an appropriate inland wharf (ensuring no items in the boat hold) is possible and the easiest way to use a boat inland.There are some spawns which appear unfishable due to being in water where there is no wharf or connecting river through which to navigate to it. The spawns out of range from the shore (even with an energy cast) can not be fished. And example of this is Lake Kaia.Acknowledgements
    MaoMaoPrince for great fishing related Twitch streams, informative YouTube videos and hosting a lively Discord fishing community.
    Fam for the invaluable map and various overlays including Sea regions on his Famme’s BDO map site. 
    BDDatabase.net for an invaluable resource for Black Desert Online.
    Fellow members of the MaoMaoPrince Discord fishing community for all the help, advice and support especially sibyyl and Desado.
    The other various forums such as BDFisher and Reddit BDO for the efforts of members in sharing fishing information, often providing data and personal experiences, not otherwise available.
    Pearl Abyss for developing Black Desert Online and Kakao Games Europe B.V. for making a great MMO available for us to experience.
    Corrections & Suggestions
    If you find additional species and/ or find any errors in the above please post to this forum thread and I will aim to check and amend them. Please provide a screenshot if possible which will help in this.
    I hope this proves useful to my fellow fishers in BDO.
    Tight Lines!
    Moonraker - EU
  5. You guys remember this Mechanic CHange from the June 29th Patch notes?
     
    "The number of caught fish has been increased in Freshwater areas(1~1 -> 3~7 fishes)"
     
    I was thinking about this today while fishing in a crappy swamp.  Whats the deal?
  6. The title says it all.
    30 seconds to spot a Freshwater Gullspot, somehow get to it even though they are 99% inaccessible from shore, and then equip your rod and catch something.
    I drove my boat to Calpheon and tried to fish the gull spots and couldn't do it. If I saw a gull spot my boat literally doesn't drive fast enough to get there in time.
    I spent a few days near the Kaia Ferry lakes and tried to hit a Spot and couldn't do it. They are only accessible by ferry so they never sync up with the Ferry's location when they pop, and the Ferries move at a snail's pace.
    I don't even have that node unlocked, I just wanted to know what fish were there.
     
    I'm not sure who tested these spots and thought they were a good idea, but they really need to be adjusted.
     
    IMPOSSIBLE