Raw great white shark

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This article is about the raw version. For the cooked version, see Great white shark.
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Raw great white sharks can be fished at level 80 Fishing with a harpoon for 130 Fishing experience. They can be cooked at level 84 Cooking into a great white shark, which gives 212 Cooking experience and heal 2,100 life points. After unlocking the tier 5 prawn perk to catch great white sharks at a Prawnbroker in a player-owned house, a raw great white shark will be received half the time when fishing at shark spots instead of a raw shark. They can also be fished bare-handed at level 96 Fishing and level 80 Strength if Barbarian Fishing has been completed for 90 Strength experience. At level 85 Agility, there is a chance to catch two great white sharks at once. The option to catch great white sharks alongside regular sharks can be toggled on or off in the Construction section (under Skills & Experience) in the Gameplay Settings tab in settings.

They can also be fished at the Deep Sea Fishing hub if the player uses Great white shark bait on a magical fishing spot. Players are only recommended to catch them this way if they do not have access to the aquarium or have not unlocked the prawn perk. Catching them here gives 200 Fishing experience. They can also be randomly caught in the swarm fishing spot without the prawn perk requirement, but even if a player has a very high Fishing level, catching them will be very rare and higher level fish will be more common.

Unlike a cooked great white shark, a raw great white shark can be used to create great maki and great gunkan at level 84 and 91 Cooking respectively.

Catching[edit | edit source]

Raw great white shark.png: RS3 Inventory image of Raw great white sharkRaw great white shark
Fishing level Fishing 80
Fishing spot Net/Harpoon
Tool Harpoon.png: RS3 Inventory image of HarpoonHarpoon
Fishing XP Fishing 130 XP
Equipment XP Invention 15.34 XP

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Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 12 March 2018 (Update):
    • Raw great white sharks can now be used to feed the Sea Monster in the Deep Sea Fishing encounter.
  • ninja 9 November 2015 (Update):
    • Unlocking the great white shark no longer references the Hero interface.
  • ninja 1 June 2015 (Update):
    • Great white sharks will now count towards the 'Shark' and 'Barbarian shark' daily fishing challenges.
  • patch 5 May 2015 (Update):
    • Players can now use raw great white sharks on the tackle box from fish flingers.
  • patch 27 April 2015 (Update):
    • Catching a great white shark will now contribute towards earning your next prawn ball.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Despite technically being a raw shark, a raw great white shark cannot be used to recharge the enchanted lyre. Whether this is intentional or an oversight is unknown.
  • Previously, they did not count for Barbarian Shark Daily Challenge. This was amended on 1 June 2015, and great whites now work on both Barbarian and regular shark fishing challenges.
  • Catching one of these barehanded at Burgh de Rott counts for the "Fremennik Export" Morytania elite task.
  • Despite being collected via the same spots as sharks, these cannot be obtained via Fishing Trawler.
  • They are not affected by a Prawn penny nor Prawn pound. This also means they don't consume charges when fished.