Herring Fish Guide + Location (Spiritfarer)

Catching a Herring in Spiritfarer
Herring
How to Acquire Fishing
Regions All Regions
When to Catch Anytime
Weather Any
Recipes
Selling Price 15 Glims

Herrings are small common fish you can catch in Spiritfarer.

As an early-game fish, you can catch these in all of the regions in the game, including near Alt Harbor once you start the game. You can then use Herrings to make 6 different fish-related dishes.

Where to Catch Herrings

You can catch herrings anywhere on the map. / Spiritfarer
You can catch herrings anywhere on the map.

To catch herrings, just sit at the back of your ship and Stella will automatically cast a line in the water.

The bobber will move once you get a bite, and you will need to hold the interact button to start reeling in your catch. While reeling, watch the line and pause when it turns red to stop it from snapping.

Herrings can be caught at any time. / Spiritfarer
Herrings can be caught at any time.

As for locations, herrings can be caught in every region in the game. These fish can also be caught at any time of day and during any weather, so they should be pretty easy to find.

Dishes

Making grilled fish with herring. / Spiritfarer
Making grilled fish with herring.

These are all of the dishes that you can make with herring in the game:

Dish Ingredients
Grilled Fish Any Kind of Fish
Fish Curry
  • Grain (Any Type)
  • Fish (Any Type)
Bouillabaisse
  • 1 Fish (Any Kind)
  • 1 Mushroom or Veggie (Any Kind)
Fisherman’s Pie
  • 1 Fish (Any Kind)
  • 1 Flour (Any Kind)
Fish Sticks
  • 1 Fish (Any Kind)
  • 1 Fat (Any Kind)
Surstromming
  • 1 Herring (Aged in the Cellar)

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