The newest update of Sea of Thieves, The Hunter's Call, brought with it the ability to fish, cook, and hunt! With all of these new options, there is a whole slew of information to learn about. Which fish sell for the highest? What happens if you eat raw fish? What happens if you eat a cooked one? What does each of the fruit and meat options do for your character? Settle down, matey! I've got all the answers for you here!

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Sea of Thieves

It's a pirates life for us all.

This is an open-world MMO you can take on by yourself as a lone pirate or gather up a crew of mates to take on the seas. Sail your ship across the oceans, fire your cannons at both NPCs and other players alike, and accumulate the best booty of them all.

From what they are, what they look like, how to find them, and how much they sell for— here's your complete guide to cooking, eating, and selling food in Sea of Thieves!

Looking for how to and why you should cook, fish, and hunt? Check out this guide here for more information on how all of this works!

List of fruit in Sea of Thieves, and where to find them

You can store up to 1,188 fruit in the food barrel of your ship, 5 in your inventory, or 50 in your Supply Crate. They are all stored together with any of your other food options.

Banana: Used for feeding pigs to prevent them from despawning. Restores 10% of health when consumed by the player.

Coconut: Restores 20% of health when consumed by the player.

Pomegranate: Restores 30% of health when consumed by the player.

Mango: Restores 50% of health when consumed by the player.

Pineapple: Restores 100% of health when consumed by the player.

List of meat in Sea of Thieves, and where to find it

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You can store up to 1,188 meat in the food barrel of your ship, 5 in your inventory, or 50 in your Supply Crate. They are all stored together with any of your other food options.

Chicken: There are four types of chickens. White feathered chickens sell for 10 gold, Red Speckled Chickens sell for 30, Black Plumed Chickens sell for 70, and Golden Chickens sell for 150. They are worth the most cooked perfectly, slightly less when undercooked, and significantly low when burned.

Pork: There are four types of pigs. Pink pigs sell for 10 gold, Pink and Black pigs sell for 30, Black pigs sell for 70, and Gold pigs sell for 150. They are worth the most cooked perfectly, slightly less when undercooked, and significantly low when burned.

Snake: There are four types of snakes. Red snakes sell for 10, Blue snakes sell for 30, Black snakes sell for 70, and Golden snakes sell for 150. They are worth the most cooked perfectly, slightly less when undercooked, and significantly low when burned.

Shark: Sharks spawn near sunken ships or when you have been wading in the water for too long. A shark will always spawn in a group of at least two, but a maximum of four. A single attack will reduce your health by 50%, but it takes about 3-5 shots or sword strikes to kill it. Cooked shark meat sells for 25 gold at The Hunter's Call Seapost.

Megalodon: There are five different types of Megalodons in Sea of Thieves. There is The Hungering One which is blue with a glowing fin, The Crested Queen that is purple with a glowing fin, The Shadowmaw that is a dark blue with a red glowing fin, The Ancient Terror that is gold with a shiny golden fin, and The Shrouded Ghost that is white with a pink fin and eyes.

Killing a Megalodon award you chests, skulls, trinkets, and about three pieces of Megalodon meat. Cooked Megalodon meat sells for 150 at the Hunter's Call Seapost.

Kraken: Killing a Kraken award you chests, skulls, and trinkets. Kraken meat will fall where the tentacles do, right where the loot rises in the sea. Cooked Kraken meat sells for the same price as cooked Megalodon, which is 150 gold at the Hunter's Call Seapost.

Highest selling fish in Sea of Thieves

Shadow Stormfish sell for the most money in Sea of Thieves. You can sell a raw Shadow for 1,500 gold, a cooked Shadow for 2,250 gold, a raw trophy Shadow for 3,750 gold, and a cooked trophy Shadow for 6,750 gold.

Sand Battlegills is the second highest-selling fish. You can sell a raw Sand for 1,250, a cooked Sand for 1,875, a raw trophy Sand for 3,125, and a cooked trophy Sand for 4,220.

In third place we have the Bonedust Plentifin, the Bone Ancientscale, the Muddy Wildsplash, the Forsaken Devilfish, the Honey Islehopper, and the Snow Wrecker. Each of these fish, collectively, sell for the same price. The regular versions of these fish sell for 1,000 raw and 1,500 cooked. If you find trophy versions of these fish they will sell for 2,500 raw and 3,750 cooked.

Check out more information on how to find and catch these fish below!

Eating fish in Sea of Thieves

You can store up to 1,188 fish in the food barrel of your ship, 5 in your inventory, or 50 in your Supply Crate. They are all stored together with any of your other food options.

Eating raw fish causes a massive health drop and, in most cases, will cause you to get food poisoning. The effects of food poisoning are the same as if you were to drink too much mead.

Eating cooked fish raises your health and may give you a bit of extra health for a short time. This extra health serves as a health reserve which prevents you from taking damage for the first 5-10 seconds after consumption and then acts as an extra health bar.

Splashtail fish in Sea of Thieves

Splashtail fish do not require bait in order to catch them.

Ruby: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 25 gold raw or 40 gold cooked. Trophy versions sell for 65 raw and 100 cooked.

Sunny: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 50 raw and 75 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 125 raw and 190 cooked.

Indigo: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 75 raw and 115 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 190 raw and 285 cooked.

Umber: Rare fish, but can still be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 250 raw and 75 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 625 raw and 940 cooked.

Seafoam: Can only be caught at night. Can be sold for 50 raw and 75 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 125 raw and 190 cooked.

Where can you find Splashtail fish in Sea of Thieves?

Anywhere! As long as you're fishing in the water you're sure to find a Splashtail somewhere in there. Common little buggers!

Plentifin fish in Sea of Thieves

In order to catch a Plentifin, you need to use Earthworms as bait.

Olive: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 75 raw and 115 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 190 raw and 285 cooked.

Amber: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 100 raw and 150 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 250 raw and 375 cooked.

Cloudy: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 125 raw and 190 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 315 raw and 475 cooked.

Bonedust: Rare fish, but can still be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 1,000 raw and 1,500 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 2,500 raw and 3,750 cooked.

Watery: Can only be caught at night. Can be sold for 100 raw and 150 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 250 raw and 375 cooked.

Where can you find Plentifins in Sea of Thieves?

In the Shores of Plenty!

Anchor your ship at a seaport, outpost, or island in the Shores of Plenty, bust out your fishing rod, and get to hunting!

Here's a map location to help your search go by a little easier.

Ancientscale fish in Sea of Thieves

No image of Bone Ancientscale available, but they are the same build with white scales and red eyes.

In order to catch an Ancientscale, you need to use Leeches as bait.

Almond: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 75 raw or 115 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 190 raw and 285 cooked.

Sapphire: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 100 raw and 150 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 250 raw and 375 cooked.

Smoke: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 125 raw or 190 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 315 raw and 475 cooked.

Bone: Rare fish, but can still be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 1,000 raw and 1,500 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 2,500 raw and 3,750 cooked.

Starshine: Can only be caught at night. Can be sold for 100 raw and 150 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 250 raw and 375 cooked.

Where can you find Ancientscales in Sea of Thieves?

In the Ancient Isles!

Anchor your ship at a seaport, outpost, or island in the Shores of Plenty, bust out your fishing rod, and get to hunting!

Here's a map location to help your search go by a little easier.

Wildsplash fish in Sea of Thieves

No image of Ocean Wildsplash available, but they are the same build and blue in color.

In order to catch a Wildsplash you need to use Earthrowms as bait.

Russet: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 75 raw or 115 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 190 raw and 285 cooked.

Sandy: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 100 raw and 150 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 250 raw and 375 cooked.

Ocean: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 125 raw and 190 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 315 raw and 475 cooked.

Muddy: Rare fish, but can still be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 1,000 raw and 1,500 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 2,500 raw and 3,750 cooked.

Coral: Can only be caught at night. Can be sold for 100 raw and 150 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 250 raw and 375 cooked.

Where can you find Wildsplashs in Sea of Thieves?

In the Wilds!

Anchor your ship at a seaport, outpost, or island in the Shores of Plenty, bust out your fishing rod, and get to hunting!

Here's a map location to help your search go by a little easier.

Devilfish fish in Sea of Thieves

In order to catch Devilfish you need to use Grubs as bait.

Ashen: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 75 raw or 115 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 190 raw and 285 cooked.

Seashell: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 100 raw and 150 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 250 raw and 375 cooked.

Lava: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 125 raw and 190 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 315 raw and 475 cooked.

Forsaken: Rare fish, but can still be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 1,000 raw and 1,500 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 2,500 raw and 3,750 cooked.

Firelight: Can only be caught at night. Can be sold for 100 raw and 150 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 250 raw and 375 cooked.

Where can you find Devilfish in Sea of Thieves?

In Devil's Roar in very hot water only.

Anchor your ship at a seaport, outpost, or island in the Shores of Plenty, bust out your fishing rod, and get to hunting!

Here's a map location to help your search go by a little easier. This location is on the eastern side of your map. You'll know you're sailing close to it when you see the volcanic islands and boiling water.

Islehopper fish in Sea of Thieves

No image of Moss, Raven, or Honey Islehopper available.

Islehopper fish do not require bait in order to catch them.

Stone: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 35 raw or 55 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 90 raw and 135 cooked.

Moss: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 35 raw or 55 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 90 raw and 135 cooked.

Raven: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 35 raw or 55 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 90 raw and 135 cooked.

Honey: Rare fish, but can still be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 875 raw and 1,400 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 2,500 raw and 3,750 cooked.

Amethyst: Can only be caught at night. Can be sold for 35 raw or 55 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 90 raw and 135 cooked.

Where can you find Islehoppers in Sea of Thieves?

You can find Islehoppers when fishing off the shore of an island.

All you have to do is anchor your ship and swim to the island.

Walk over to the nearest shore or dock, whip out your fishing rod, and get to hunting!

Pondie fish in Sea of Thieves

Pondie fish do not require bait in order to catch them.

Charcoal: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 25 raw or 40 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 65 raw and 100 cooked.

Orchid: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 50 raw and 75 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 125 raw and 190 cooked.

Bronze: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 75 raw and 115 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 190 raw and 285 cooked.

Bright: Rare fish, but can still be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 250 raw and 375 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 625 raw and 940 cooked.

Moonsky: Can only be caught at night. Can be sold for 50 raw and 75 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 125 raw and 190 cooked.

Where can you find Pondies in Sea of Thieves?

You can find Pondies when fishing inland in a body of water.

All you have to do is anchor your ship and swim to the island.

Walk over to the nearest body of water, check to see if there is a visible school of fish, and bust out your fishing rod!

Battlegill fish in Sea of Thieves

In order to catch Battlegill you need to use Grubs as bait.

Jade: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 125 raw or 190 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 315 raw and 475 cooked.

Sky: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 150 raw and 225 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 375 raw and 565 cooked.

Rum: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 175 raw and 265 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 440 raw and 660 cooked.

Sand: Rare fish, but can still be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 1,250 raw and 1,875 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 3,125 raw and 4,220 cooked.

Bittersweet: Can only be caught at night. Can be sold for 150 raw and 225 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 375 raw and 4,220 cooked.

Where can you find Battlegills in Sea of Thieves?

You can find Battlegills near skeleton ships and active forts.

It's hard to catch a Battlegill while you're actively being attacked. To avoid combat while trying to catch this fish you can fish off the doc of your ship while anchored at a Seapost. Most Skeleton ships will anchor for a few moments before combat, giving you just enough time to reel in a fish.

Stormfish fish in Sea of Thieves

No image available for Shores Stormfish.

In order to catch Stormfish you need to use Leeches as bait.

Ancient: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 150 raw or 225 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 375 raw and 565 cooked.

Shores: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 150 raw or 225 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 375 raw and 565 cooked.

Wild: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 150 raw or 225 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 375 raw and 565 cooked.

Shadow: Rare fish, but can still be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 1,500 raw and 2,250 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 3,750 raw and 6,750 cooked.

Twilight: Can only be caught at night. Can be sold for 150 raw or 225 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 375 raw and 565 cooked.

Where can you find Stormfish in Sea of Thieves?

Storm waters!

If you see a storm brewing in the distance you'll need to sail directly into it.

Once your ship is within the storm waters throw down your anchor, bust out your fishing rod, and catch some Stormfish!

Wrecker fish in Sea of Thieves

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In order to catch Wrecker fish, you need to use Earthworms as bait.

Rose: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 125 raw or 190 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 315 raw and 475 cooked.

Blackcloud: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 150 raw and 225 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 375 raw and 565 cooked.

Sun: Common fish, can be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 150 raw and 225 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 375 raw and 565 cooked.

Snow: Rare fish, but can still be caught at any time of day. Can be sold for 1,250 raw and 1,875 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 3,125 raw and 4,220 cooked.

Moon: Can only be caught at night. Can be sold for 150 raw and 225 cooked. Trophy versions sell for 375 raw and 565 cooked.

Where can you find Wreckers in Sea of Thieves?

Near shipwrecks!

You can find shipwrecks floating at the top of the sea waters when you're out sailing. Alternatively, there are also shipwrecks at the bottom of the oceans.

Fishing from the deck of your ship to wherever the wreck is located is how you'll land yourself a Wrecker fish!

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