Fishing outfit

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A player wearing the full fishing outfit

The fishing outfit is a reward from the Fish Flingers Distraction and Diversion located at Isla Anglerine. The complete set consists of four pieces: a fishing hat, fishing jacket, fishing waders, and fishing boots. Each piece can be purchased for 140 tokens from the Fisherman at Isla Anglerine. An entire set costs 560 tokens. There are no requirements to wear the outfit, and it provides no combat bonuses. Duplicate pieces of the outfit can be received for free.

Wearing the entire set will provide an additional 5% Fishing experience for any Fishing activity, except Fish Flingers. A full fishing outfit can be stored in the armour case of a costume room of a player-owned house, and in all tiers of a tackle box.

The ghostly fisher outfit gives the bonuses of regular fishing outfit, as long as the latter is fully unlocked. Wearing a full, matching set of the fury shark outfit (or a constituent outfit) will include the relevant experience increase for the number of fishing outfit parts unlocked - e.g. having 2 parts will give the shark outfit a 2% experience increase. Both of these effects will work if the fishing outfit is stored in the bank, costume room, or tackle box.

Fishing experience boost[edit | edit source]

Item XP boost
Fishing hat.png Fishing hat 1%
Fishing jacket.png Fishing jacket 1%
Fishing waders.png Fishing waders 1%
Fishing boots.png Fishing boots 1%
Sub-total 4%
Set bonus 1%
Full set 5%

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 24 July 2012 (Update):
    • The Fishing Outfit is now stored in the armour case of a Player-Owned House.
    • Players can now claim more than one Fisherman's Outfit.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The outfit received, as with all the other experience-boosting sets existing at that point, an increase to the boost it provided, from 2.5% to 5%. This update occurred on 26 September 2012, but went official on 28 September alongside the 4 new experience-boosting sets.