Magnetic minnow

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Magnetic minnow are a type of fish caught in the southeast area of the Deep Sea Fishing hub at level 68 Fishing. They are a stackable fish, and can be eaten without cooking to heal 100 life points each. Magnetic minnow offer 140 experience when caught whilst fishing and may also be gutted to create great white shark bait, manta ray bait, or sea turtle bait. A total of 300 minnows are required to make one of the respective baits, granting 100 Cooking experience.

1 to 3 minnows are caught at once, although experience is given per catch, not per fish.

As they are stackable, they can potentially be a nearly infinite source of (albeit slow) healing in a single slot, only after purple sweets and biscuits (which are also stackable and heal 200 life points each). Expensive spices do work with magnetic minnows, allowing them to heal 150 life points each.

Profit[edit | edit source]

Bait Fishing level Price Price per minnow
Sea turtle bait.png Sea turtle bait 79 17,715 59.05
Great white shark bait.png Great white shark bait 80 25,290 84.3
Manta ray bait.png Manta ray bait 81 26,644 88.81

Fishing[edit | edit source]

Catching[edit | edit source]

Magnetic minnow.png: RS3 Inventory image of Magnetic minnowMagnetic minnow
Fishing level Fishing 68
Fishing spot Minnow shoal
Tool Fishing rod.png: RS3 Inventory image of Fishing rodFishing rod
Experience
Fishing XP Fishing 140 XP
Equipment XP Invention 16.52 XP

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Locations[edit | edit source]

SpotLocationNumberRequirementsMembersMaplink
Minnow shoalDeep Sea Fishing hub268 Fishing-icon.png FishingP2P icon.pngShow on map
SwarmDeep Sea Fishing hub468 Fishing-icon.png FishingP2P icon.pngShow on map

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