Out of the total 3 species of fishes in Spiritfarer, Tuna is among the hardest to catch. They are really important to get in the game as certain customers demand some Tuna recipes like Tuna Tataki. Tuna are stong & ferocious and can easily break your rod’s string to get out from your trap. Despite continuous efforts, you might not be able to catch Tuna unless you know a small trick that we are about to disclose in this fishing guide about how to catch Tuna in Spiritfarer.
Spiritfarer Fishing Guide: How to Catch Tuna
You can’t get Tuna everywhere in the Spiritfarer’s world, they are scattered only at specific locations. You can quickly get to these locations by using fast travel in Spiritfarer. The initial actions to catch Tuna are similar to those of catching any fish in Spiritfarer. First, get into the fishing mode, throw the bob in the water, and wait until Tuna get stuck in the bob. Now from here, most of the easy fishes can be easily caught by holding the reel in button which is Square on PS4, E on PC, Y on Nintendo Switch, and X on Xbox One. But that’s not the case with Tuna, they can easily break the string and run out of your trap.
To catch Tuna in Spiritfarer, you will have to make some changes in your reel in strategy. While reeling in, keep an eye on your rod’s color. Keep holding the reel in the button until the color is yellow. When the color starts turning to orange and red, instead of holding the reel in button, keep tapping it. This will prevent the string from breaking and Tuna from going to far when you release the button. Once the color is back to yellow, you can start holding the reel in the button again.
Repeat this process and it will help you catch Tuna in Spiritfarer. You can then prepare Tuna Tataki for your passengers. You can also catch other rare fishes like Jellyfish in Spiritfarer with the same approach.