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Location on World map
White Wolf Mountain
Camelot Catherby Taverley
Entrana

Catherby is a small fishing town located south-east of Camelot and west of White Wolf Mountain. It is a members-only town, and is the ultimate "go to" town for fishermen of all levels due to the variety of fishing spots available on its shores. It is also a popular town for woodcutters, due to the vast amount of trees to the west of the town. This town is also recommended for farmers of all levels because of the allotment farming patches north of town, which are the closest to a bank and a farming shop, and the Fruit tree patch immediately to the east of town.

To the east of Catherby is White Wolf Mountain. This area can be deadly to low-level players because level 25 and level 38 White wolves inhabit the area, as well as a level 73 Big wolf. To the west of Catherby is Camelot and Seers' Village, and to the south-west is the mighty city of East Ardougne, the capital of Kandarin.

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Features

The clock above the bank has stopped at 10:04, a reference to the 1985 movie Back to the Future

Shops

Players Fishing at Catherby beach, with Harry's Fishing Store at the back.
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Harry's Fishing Shop

Harry's Fishing Shop sells the following items:

Harry's Fishing Shop Stock

Player stock only

Harry sells basic fishing equipment including small fishing nets, fishing rods, Harpoons, Lobster pots, fishing bait, and big fishing nets. He carries a larger than normal supply of harpoons - 1000 at a price ranging from 45 to 58 (increasing as quantity in stock decreases), respawning 300 every 24 hours (one every 4 minutes 48 seconds), providing an ample supply for Summoning needs. Harry will also sell you a tiny net for ten coins to catch a pet fish, but you must have a fishbowl with water and seaweed in it in order to get the net from Harry (purchased through his dialogue rather than the shop stock).

Hickton's Ranging Store

Hickton's Ranging Store sells the follow items:

Catherby Archer Shop Stock

Note: Players can also obtain their Fletching Cape of Accomplishment by talking to Hickton when their Fletching Level reaches 99.

Arhein's Store (Catherby General Store)

Arhein's Store works the same way as any other General Store would and offers the following default items:

Arhein Shop Stock

If players talk to Arhein, he will offer to sell them pineapple and seaweed for 2 coins each. Players may buy 40 pineapple and 80 seaweed every day (Runescape server time).

Hello! Would you like to trade? I've a variety of wares!

Options:

  • Yes.
  • I hear you sell seaweed...
  • Someone told me you sell Pineapples...
  • No thank you.
  • Is that your ship?
    • Reply for seaweed or pineapple...
      • I certainly do! I've {40 (Pineapples) / 80 (seaweed)} at the moment and they cost 2 coins each. How many would you like?
      • Here you go! I've run out for now. Come again tomorrow and I should have more.

Candle Shop

Main article: Candle Shop

Candles can be purchased from this shop for 3 coins each.

Note: Located behind this shop is the crate that is used in the Merlin's Crystal Quest, used to smuggle players to Keep Le Faye. The Candle Shop also sells the Black Candle for a bucket of wax in the Merlin's Crystal Quest.

Catherby Farming Shop

Catherby Farming Shop sells the following items:

Vanessa's Farming Shop stock

Filled plant pot, secateurs, rake, spade & basic hops, useful for paying gardeners.

Catherby Farming Patches

The Farming spots in Catherby are a popular spot to train Farming. To the north of Catherby lies a large patch that is used in Farming. There are two allotment patches for growing vegetables, one herb patch for growing various herbs used in Herblore and one flower patch for growing flowers to help protect other produce. Wandering nearby is, as usual, a handy Tool Leprechaun.

There is also a Fruit tree patch located south-east of Catherby near White Wolf Mountain. Here you can grow your own Fruit Trees. Elena will look after your tree for a fee.

Dantaera

Main article: Dantaera

Dantaera is the master farmer of the Catherby farming patches. She will happily look after your crops for you for a fee. She also runs a small farming shop.

White Wolf Mountain Agility Grapple Shortcut

Near the fruit tree patch on the shores of Catherby is an Agility shortcut which allows you to grapple up a small cliff. To use this shortcut you need a mithril grapple and level 35 Ranging, level 32 Agility and level 35 Strength. You also need to have completed the Fishing Contest quest. You cannot grapple back down however.

Taverley Dungeon To Catherby Agility Grapple Shortcut

South of the Catherby fishing spots on the shore is another Agility Shortcut. This shortcut allows you to grapple across from the Water Obelisk Island to the shores of Catherby. To use this shortcut you need a mithril grapple and level 29 Ranging, level 36 Agility and level 22 Strength.

Catherby Shore Fishing Spots

This place has one of the most abundant fishing areas in RuneScape for players with lower than Level 68 Fishing. There are 2 Net/Bait spots, 2 Cage/Harpoon spots, and 3 Net/Harpoon spots, allowing you to use fishing equipment such as Small Nets, Big Nets, Harpoons and Lobster Pots to catch almost any type of fish, as well as a nearby bank, range, and fishing shop. However, you can't fish Monkfish, Manta Rays, or Sea Turtles here. It is often crowded with people, mostly catching Lobsters, Swordfish and Sharks.

The Houses Of Catherby

This range in Catherby is a popular place for the fishers nearby to cook their fish.

In the small two-story house directly south of the farming patch is an insect repellent spawn. This is used during the Merlin's Crystal Quest. Upstairs in this house is a jug of wine spawn, as well as what appears to be a Saradomin rug on the floor.

To the east of this house is another house. This house belongs to a man named Caleb, whom players meet during the Family Crest quest. Inside his house is a range and sink. There are also pie dish, burnt fish, jug of water, knife and bucket of water spawns in his house.

To the east of Caleb's house is another house, containing three strange chests that are locked up in a cage, there is a bank table in the house, bringing up the possibility of the building being a bank.

There is a house to the east of the bank with a range. This range is often used for cooking what you have fished for as it is very close to a bank.

Trader Stan's Catherby Charter Post

From here you can charter a ship to take you to the following places:

Note: By wearing a Ring of charos (a) you will only be charged half of the above prices (there is no charm option, so you may not notice it). Completing Cabin Fever quest also halves the prices. If you have complete both the Cabin Fever quest and you wearing a Ring of Charos (a) you will only be charged a quarter of the above prices (note that travel to/from Mos Le'Harmless is already halved, due to the requirement of completing Cabin Fever to access there.)

Ship in Catherby

Quests Start Points In Catherby

Monsters In And Around Catherby

Trivia

The hole in the store.
The hole in the roof.
  • A bank booth in Catherby bank used to miss a banker standing behind it. This bug has been fixed.
  • The time on the clock in Catherby's bank, 10:04, is a reference to Back to the Future, as stated by Mod Srowley.
  • From a week before the release of the quest "The Hunt for Red Raktuber" and then forth, you can see a submarine's periscope peeping through the water, which is most likely the Penguin submarine from the quest.
  • For a time after 5th of September 2009, the Fishing store in Catherby seemed to have a huge hole in it. This has now been fixed by Jagex.

This article uses material from the "Catherby" article on the Runescape wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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