Goblin Shark
Goblin Shark

Scientific Name

Mitsukurina owstoni


Safir Cave

Real-Life Location

Eastern and Western Pacific Ocean, as well as Mediterranean Sea and Gulf of Aden

Tackle Size


Largest Size

12.04 ft

Base Fish Points


The Goblin Shark (Mitsukurina owstoni)  is a shark found in Safir Cave. It prefers dark areas, so it will be found towards the back of the cave where the water is always murky and hard to see through. They are spotted by their sharp nose. Pretty hard to real in but not as bad as King of Herrings. Goblin sharks live in the abyssal/hadal zone of the sea. In real life the goblin shark has an extendable mouth that comes out of its face and grabs prey.


Baits & LuresEdit

  • Quick Hitter (Large)
  • Rainbow (Large)