Trout

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This article is about the cooked version. For the raw version, see Raw trout.
For other uses, see Trout (disambiguation).
A view of a trout

Trout is a food item that can be made by cooking a raw trout at level 15 Cooking over a fire or a cooking range, yielding 70 Cooking experience per trout on a range (or 77 Cooking experience on a bonfire), which can be consumed to heal 200 to 375 life points, depending the player's constitution level. By cooking trout, players can gain up to or around 95,000 experience per hour.

When Fishing for trout, a player will catch approximately 59.4% trout with the remainder being raw salmon.

Some players train cooking with trout as it gives a good profit. Once cooked, it can be used as an ingredient in fish pies, giving it a dual purpose. Players with more money and less time should use other fish like lobsters or tuna.

A popular method of cooking trout is to go to the Barbarian Village fishing spots (where players sometimes power-fly fish) and pick up raw trout to cook at the fire in the westernmost house.

Creation[edit | edit source]

Trout.png Trout
Cooking LevelCooking XPHourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
1570 (77)?74
Servings1Life points LP375
Requirements
Burn level49Cook-o-matic 25 Cook-o-matic 2546
F2P icon.png Free-to-play
Requires a range Range or a fire Bonfire
Ingredients
ItemQuantityPriceTotal
Raw trout.pngRaw trout1410410
Profit-336

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