The first person action and adventure videogame developed by Rare, Sea of Thieves, received its anniversary edition update a few weeks ago when it reached its first year of life. With the update they added a lot of new fish to catch cooking and selling.
Clearly to get all this you have to know how to find all the places of bait of the Sea of thieves. And on that our guide will be based, we'll tell you a bit about all the baits and how to find in the sea of thieves, among some other details related to the different fish that are available in the game, and the types of bait you will need to be able to catch them.
There are a total of three types of baits available in Sea of Thieves, these three types of baits are composed of earthworms, larvae and leeches. As mentioned, each type of bait will be used to catch specific fish species for that type of bait. And the type of fish you find will depend on the place where you are.
To be able to find any of the three types of baits available in Sea of Thieves, you simply have to venture out and look for them, you can visit some outposts, or sea posts on the map, there really is not a specific place where you can find them, you have to search for.
The barrels of resources will be useful to you in determining how to find bait in Sea of Thieves, keep in mind that inside them, in addition to bait, you can find food, such as bananas, pineapple and other useful items. For now this is the most relatively easy way to find bait
At the time of fishing, if you've planned to spend a little time capturing specific fish or in general, if you plan to spend a good time fishing, we recommend you to invest a good time in search of the necessary bait, so you don't have to pause the fishing process because you were left without bait and have to find more.
The types of bait and for what fish they serve.
Knowing the types of baits is already a point exceeded, but hand in hand with the types of baits are the types of fish, you must take into account as we mentioned that depending on the type of bait we've and we'll use we can catch some types of certain fish.
Just as there're currently 3 types of bait, there are 10 types of fish available ranging from Splashtail, Ancientscale, Wildsplash, and others.
Something you should keep in mind, is that although some prayers don't need bait to be caught, it doesn't mean that a bait on the hook isn't going to call your attention and bite the line. For example, the Pondie will continue to chase your line, even if you have a Grub, an Earthworm or a Leech.
Here we leave you the list of fish and the respective bait that you will need to catch it:
1. Ancientscale - Requires Leeches to catch.
2. Battlegill - Use Grubs to catch this type of fish.
3. Devilfish - Requires larvae to catch.
4. Islehopper - No bait is needed to catch this fish.
5. Plentifin: use the earthworms to catch this type of fish.
6. Pondie - You will not need any type of bait for this fish.
7. Splashtail - No bait is required to catch this fish.
8. Stormfish: use leeches to attract this fish to your line.
9. Wildsplash - This fish requires earthworms to catch.
10. Wrecker: you will need worms to catch this fish.
As you can see in the previous list, each fish requires a specific bait or you shouldn't attract bait to your line. Keep this in mind when you go out to sea to find more fish to cook and sell.
The next time you want to know how to find bait and what kind of fish to catch with that bait you will be ready, and cooking and selling your fish in Sea of Thieves will be much faster.