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A Fish in Hot Water

Sidequest1 Icon.png Lv. 20   A Fish in Hot Water
Fisher Quest Image.png
Rewardsicon.png Rewards
XP Gil
Expicon.png4,060 Gil Icon.png470
Guaranteed Rewards Optional Rewards
Initiate's Fishing Rod Icon.png Floating Minnow Icon.png x15  Allagan Bronze Piece Icon.png x4 Cotton Coif of Gathering Icon.png Initiate's Slops Icon.png Cotton Work Gloves Icon.png Padded Leather Duckbills of Gathering Icon.png 
Informationicon.png Description
Sisipu once again seeks your assistance.
Objectivesicon.png Objectives
Issuing NPC: Sisipu
Limsa Lominsa Lower Decks -Fisherman's Bottom  (7-14)
Type: Class Quest
Unlocks: Sidequest1 Icon.pngA Game of Cat and Fish
Class: Fisher
Quest: Sidequest1 Icon.pngEvery Fish Has a Silver Lining
Required Items
Warmwater Trout Icon.png
NPCs Involved: Chuchuroon
Items Involved: Warmwater Trout
  • Sisipu hopes you can show Chuchuroon the allure of lure fishing by catching five warmwater trout off the shores of Oakwiid in upper La Noscea using crow flies.
  • Your lure fishing exploits have taught Chuchuroon a valuable lesson about the deceptive nature of fishing.
  • The next fisher quest will be available from Sisipu upon reaching level 25.

You might recall Chuchuroon, the babble-spewing, live fish-devouring Qiqirn? Perhaps not, but he certainly recalls you.
Apparently there aren't enough fish in the sea, so he's set his sights on freshwater fish.
While Qiqirn possess a healthy appetite for fish, they lack the necessary patience, and often end up eating their own bait.
The problem has a relatively straightforward solution--employing a lure in place of life bait.
Unfortunately, this straightforward solution requires a roundabout demonstration, as Chuchuroon does not readily accept the concept of inedible bait.
If you might snag five warmwater trout with crow flies, he might come to see the light.
The fish are said to populate the shores of Oakwood in upper La Noscea, though I can't say I've been recently--I consider it inauspicious to cast one's line under the watchful gaze of a giant sea serpent.

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