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Woodcutting vs fishing

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Alright so I'm already prepared for everybody and their mothers to tell me that these methods won't get you anywhere and to find alternative methods but that is not what I am asking. I want peoples opinions on which is better to bot, woodcutting or fishing, and why! Personally back in the day I always saw it as there was three types of people in the lower levels, those who fished, those who woodcut, and those who mined. Mining was never for me, but I could never decide between woodcutting or fishing. When it comes to botting does anyone have a good knowledge of the ban rate difference, and the money difference? Thanks so much!

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I mean, I think you will make money with less work doing mining since iron ore is pretty expensive now. I think you can make better money at lower levels with fishing. 

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I prefer fishing. As for woodcutting you also need to level up in combat. You can start with fishing from day 1. The money will Always be solid as we will Always need those fishies.

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I prefer fishing. If your after money by itself mining is where the cash is at, but if you want an achievable 99 then it would be fishing.

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