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I keep running out of fish to feed my doggie. Fishing holes are few and far between and usually halfway through a level which I have to clear of enemies first.

I'm looking for the quickest way to get fish. If there is a vendor somewhere, great! I have lots of money and am willing to part with it. If not, which is the most accessible fishing hole? Is there one anywhere near a Waygate, to minimise travel time?

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Not sure that there is a certain level someone can give you. Pretty sure the dungeons are random. – Doozer Blake Aug 4 '12 at 15:16
See also: Fishing is boring, how can I fish faster? – Jeff Mercado Aug 4 '12 at 17:12
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There is a fishing hole directly in town. However, as Loren Pechtel mentions, you will most likely only get small fish there.

Since the dungeons themselves are randomized, you will have to take notes for yourself on which levels you found a fishing hole or merchant, I don't know for sure whether they will remain there throughout the entire game though.

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You realize a fishing hole doesn't give just one fish? You can keep on fishing if you want.

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Don't forget to mention there is a fishing hole directly in town.. – Zommuter Aug 4 '12 at 16:17
I know you can keep fishing, but finding them was (I thought) rare. Don't know how I missed the one in town, thanks! Would be happy to accept that as an answer if you care to post it – Alex Aug 4 '12 at 16:23
@Zommuter: Isn't that one quite limited in the level of fish it can give, though? I thought you had to be level 19 or deeper to get the best fish. – Loren Pechtel Aug 4 '12 at 23:33
@LorenPechtel I think you're right, but at least for the start it is a place to come back to regularly. – Zommuter Aug 5 '12 at 10:51

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