Scientific Name

Latimeria chalumnae


Safir Cave

Real Life Location

Indian ocean

Tackle Size


Largest Size

6.79ft (S ranked)

Base Fish Points


The Coelacanth (Latimeria chalumnae) is a lobed fin fish and is a password fish from Safir Cave. It was thought to be extinct for 60 millon years until a living specimen was found in 1938. It lives on the southern and coast of Africa, and the southeast and northeast tips of Madagascar. It is found at depths of 150-700 meters deep. It is endangered because it tends to be susceptible to be caught by humans. Its rarer and smaller cousin, the Indonesian coelacanth (Latimeria menadoensis), was discovered in the late 1990's, and not a lot is known about either species. The genus of the coelacanth has mostly gone extinct. It's genus was the genus with lots of fins. This fish has 2 pectoral fins, 1 anal fin, 2 dorsal fins, 2 ventral fins, 1 caudal fin, and 1 odd-looking, fleshy epicaudal fin. They are common in the back section of safir cave, right in front of the cave wall.


This fish is not that rare, but is unfishable if you don't have the password for it. This fish requires large rod/reel (preferably storm killer/lunker keeper or titan/infinity), and large bait (Quick Hitter or Rainbow). This fish likes to swim around the stone pillars with the blue glimmer in them, and is often mixed with Pudgy Cuskeel. This fish is very valuable, and a good way of getting fast points if you have caught several before.


Baits & LuresEdit

  • Rainbow Bait (Large)
  • Quick Hitter (Large)


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