I discovered that Maples price went down, and flax/bow strings as well. However, as Pking was realeased too, maples are in high demand for F2P. My friend told me to RuneScape gold make them, so I did. Basically I believe fletching is the simplest and among the quickest, and it can force you to 100k an hour to sit here and click and post back every like 15 minutes. So I got 70 now because fletching maple longs is faster than alching and makes cash quicker. So I'd like to inquire before I finish my last set of maples, just how much does Yew longs make Xp/Hour?
Mining Rune is certainly the best money making strategy in F2P but I high Mining level is required (85), Adamant/Mithril are fine too but slow so your best option will be Coal or Iron, there is not much to say about Woodcutting since Yews are the sole trees worth cutting for money but unfortunately most (if not all) Yews trees are crowded with robots, Fishing Lobsters is not really fantastic money anymore but it's adequate and Swordfish are much better but slow (and you get a lot of Tuna).
Ok. I've got an income of about 300k a week. I'd love to know which would get me money at the bottom level. Like which you would start me getting money the quickest. I understand mining rune is the very best but that is long term. Mining will get you a continuous flow of income from very early on. If you truly despise repeatedly clicking rocks which never seem to change colours (like me), fishing lobbies is always an alternative.
With a little fishing net, a fly fishing rod, and 3k (something like this?) Feathers, you could grab up 40 fishing in a few hours. Fishing and mining are pretty close for low level income, but I'd go with fishing. The prevalence of spiders on RS has exploded ever since FT+W, plus they will be slipping your iron stones like there's no tomorrow. Then, when you're busy pulling your hair out and crap clicking a stone, they won't even be in the computer. At least your potential money can't be stolen when you're fishing. Do not mean to turn into an essay, but I felt it was necessary to buy OSRS gold point out the downfall of F2P mining. Hope I've helped you make a choice.