Running a successful restaurant business in Dave the Diver requires you to serve the most tasty fish from the Blue Hole. Tuna is one such delicacy that people absolutely love. There are events like Tuna Party where you will need to catch a whole bunch of Tuna fish to meet the demands. Sadly, successfully catching Tuna is not a simple feat. It is not only speedy but also has a large HP bar which makes it difficult to catch. There are some tips and tricks that you can use to easily get some Tuna in Dave the Diver.


Catching Tuna in Dave the Diver

As mentioned earlier, Tuna fish are incredibly agile. Aside from that, they can also deplete your Oxygen Tank rather easily. However, there are some tips that you can use to counter all that.

In order to catch Tuna, you will first need to trigger the Tuna Party event. For that, look out for an e-mail about it at Bancho’s Sushi. As the name suggests, the event is all about people craving Tuna so you will need to catch a lot of them.

Steel Net Sensor Traps

Before you start to catch Tuna, you will need to get yourself some Steel Net Sensor Traps. These are specifically designed for catching Tuna and can be purchased from Cobra’s Shop.

Once you have purchased some Steel Net Sensor Traps, you will need to lay them in the area with a few fish swimming around. If by luck, a few fish swim through the trap, you will be able to capture them without much effort. Once you are done, use the Underwater Drone to lift them onto your boat.

Other Methods

Alternatively, if you are unable to get Steel Net Sensor Traps, you can also use something like Hush Dart or Mosin-Nagant Sniper Rifle can put Tuna to sleep temporarily, giving you a chance to catch them. Some other options include Harpoons, etc. but do note that constantly damaging Tuna will lower the quality of the meat which is not ideal! Therefore, if possible, try to stick to Steel Net Sensor Traps.

Lastly, whenever possible, consider upgrading your equipment to increase your chances of catching Tuna in Dave the Diver.

This is everything we have got on how to easily catch Tuna in Dave the Diver. If there is anything else that you would like to add, be sure to let us know.