Warframe is a free-to-play third-person online action game which has tons of features and fishing is one of them. If you do not know how and where to find rare fish on Plains, do not need to wonder, in this guide, we will explain how to complete this quest instantly.
Before we explain how to catch rare fish on the Plains of Eidolon, let me tell you that rare fish can only be discovered depending on a number of factors. Without any further ado, let’s take a look:
Warframe Rare Fish Plains
If you have been playing Warframe for days, you must have an idea of how actually fishing works in Warframe. What all you have to do is to equip your spear and come close to a larger body of water and for fishies to come by and the moment fishies appear, throw your spear at them.
The mechanics of it might appear quite a simple but there are considerable amounts of content related to this feature and some of the crucial information may be rather impenetrable on its own. Since we are talking about Plains of Eidolon, let us first find out which species of local fish comes into the rare category.
- Murkray – Ocean
- Norg – Lake
- Cuthol – Pond
- Glappid – Ocean
It is to be noted that to catch rare fish in Warframe require certain bait and if you do not have the same, it is likely that you would not find any. Of all the rare fishes in Warframe, you will first have access to is Murkray and they are easiest to get a hold of.
Here’s what you need to have:
- Murkray Bait: Cetus Visitor rank, purchasable from Hai-Luk for 200 Standing
- Lanzo Spear: default Spear purchasable from Hai-Luk for 500 Standing
We would also recommend to equip and use the Luminous Dye item as it helps to highlight all the rare fishies located in the surrounding area and make it easier for you to catch them quickly.
If you have managed to do everything we said, you can load into Plains of Eidolon and start your search. If you wish to catch Murkray fish in Warframe without getting into trouble, you will have to go right the moment you enter the Plains. Don’t stop until you reach the Hillside Ruin in the lower right corner of the map, and then descend to the shore.
When you are close to the water, it’s only a matter of spotting the fishing spots, as depicted in the above picture. Once you have found one, throw the Murkray Bait nearby, as well as a batch of Luminous Dye, and you should be swimming in Murkray instantly.