Fishing Contest/Quick guide

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Details[edit | edit source]

Start pointQuest point icon.png Dwarves at the entrances to the tunnel that goes under White Wolf Mountain.
Official difficultyNovice
DescriptionThe mountain Dwarves' home would be an ideal way to get across White Wolf Mountain safely. However, the Dwarves aren't too fond of strangers. They will let you through if you can bring them a trophy. The trophy is the prize for the annual Hemenster fishing competition.
Official lengthVery Short
Requirements
Items required
Recommended
Enemies to defeat None

Walkthrough[edit | edit source]

This quest can be started from either side of the White Wolf Mountain.
  • Speak to either dwarves on either side of the White Wolf Mountain. (Chat 12311) Note: Starting on the west side makes travelling by foot easier.
  • If you need garlic, go to Seers' Village and take it from the house south-west of the bank (it spawns on the table).
  • Bring a spade and make your way to McGrubor's Wood (either enter through the back or teleport to fairy ring ALS if you completed at least half of Fairytale II - Cure a Queen) to gather 3 red vine worm. You can collect them by checking the vine just west of the fairy ring ALS.
  • Either walk south to Hemenster or teleport to the Ranging Guild via your combat bracelet and go north-west.
  • If you don't have a Fishing Rod, purchase one from Grandpa Jack for 5 coins in the house outside Hemenster entrance.
  • Enter Hemenster with the Fishing pass in your inventory.
  • Put a Garlic in the pipes to the north. Make sure to finish the dialogue.
  • Pay Bonzo 5 coins. Wait for the Sinister Stranger to move away from the pipes. Start fishing and wait for the contest to end.
  • After winning the contest, make your way back to the dwarf and show him the trophy.

Quest complete!

Rewards[edit | edit source]

Fishing Contest reward scroll.png

Required for completing[edit | edit source]

Completion of Fishing Contest is required for the following: