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A new season of Fortnite means a new fish collection, and whether you're a completionist, hoping for a reward later in the season for catching them all, or simply curious about the best fishing spots, we've got all the currently available information about this season's fishing scene for you.
But first, a quick refresher: you can catch fish for the collection in three game modes: Battle Royale (build and no build), Team Rumble, and Party Royale.The storm moves far too quickly in Team Rumble these days for it to be a good place to catch fish in peace, so don't bother with it if you're just trying to fish; and some of the fish will have to be caught in Battle Royale--though some of the best spots are at the edges of the map, so they're often not as dangerous.
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Fishing in Party Royale
To have the best chance of catching these fish, go to Party Royale, a small social hub island where no one can kill you; in that mode, you should be able to catch fish listed as available anywhere, in coastal or desert areas.And that includes almost all of the fish--all but four of the 23 currently in the collection. Any fish in the inland rivers or the fish pond northeast of town is a desert fish, and the coast is, of course, a coastal region.Even better, the fishing holes regenerate over time, so you won't be able to use them all up while you're in there.anywhere, in coastal areas or in desert areas. And that's almost all of the fish--all but four of the 23 fish currently in the collection, in fact. Any fish in the inland rivers or the fish pond northeast of the central town is a desert fish, and the coast is, of course, a coastal region. And, even better, the fishing holes in this mode regenerate over time, so it's not possible to use them all up while you're in there.
To fish in Party Royale, you'll need a rod from a free vending machine, which only comes in gray quality; the only way to get a Pro fishing rod in Party Royale is to catch one while fishing, similar to how you catch a gun instead of a fish in Battle Royale.That means it's much more difficult to obtain a Pro rod in Party Royale than it is in BR, because in BR, you can simply upgrade a regular rod at an upgrade station for gold rather than relying on a random drop.
The best reason to fish in Party Royale, however, is that some fish can only be caught at night, and Party Royale has its own day/night cycle, so you don't have to hope that your Battle Royale loads up at the appropriate time of day.Mostly.
However, in my experience, the fish that require a Pro Fishing Rod are much more likely to appear in Battle Royale than in Party Royale, but with RNG involved, my anecdotal evidence may not mean much.
Battle Royale Fishing Locations
The coastal areas on the Battle Royale map are similarly easy to identify--those are the waters beyond the island, or in the bay on the west side of the map--as is the desert region on the map's southern end.The other three regions are less clear.coastal areas are similarly easy to figure out--those are the waters beyond the island, or in the bay on the west side of the map. The desert region is similarly easy to spot on the southern end of the map. The other three regions are more ambiguous.
Fish from swampy areas can be found in Loot Lake, located in the map's center just north of Tilted Towers, while fish from forest areas can be found in the map's eastern regions: the river east of Coney Crossroads, and any of the small ponds between the Herald's Sanctum and Tilted Towers.swampy areas can be found in Loot Lake, at the center of the map just north of Tilted Towers. Fish from forest areas can be found in the eastern regions of the map: the river east of Coney Crossroads, and any of the small ponds between the Herald's Sanctum and Tilted Towers.
Mountainous areas are the snowy areas of the map in the northwest, and there's one specific fishing spot that's best for this area--a tiny little island off the western coast that's always surrounded by fishing holes.It's arguably the best place to catch fish in Fortnite right now, period, and you can find it on the map below.mountainous areas are the snowy parts of the map in the northwest. There's one particular fishing spot that's best for this area--a tiny little island off the western coast that's always surrounded by fishing holes. It's arguably the best place to catch fish in Fortnite right now, period. Here's where it is on the map.
The best fishing location in Fortnite Season 4, Chapter 3
The biomes on the Battle Royale map are not mutually exclusive from the coast; for example, the ocean south of Chonker's Speedway will contain both Coastal and Desert fish.
As previously stated, some fish require a Pro Fishing Rod, which is easy to obtain in Battle Royale; however, if you can't find one--or a harpoon gun, which also counts as a Pro Rod--all you need is a regular gray rod, which is available from any of those barrels that sit next to any body of water, and you can upgrade it at any gas station for 250 gold.Easy peasy.or a harpoon gun, which also counts as a Pro Rod--all you need is a regular gray rod, available from any of those barrels that sit next to any body of water, and you can upgrade it at an upgrade station at any gas station for 250 gold. Easy peasy.
Almost all of the fish must be caught in a fishing hole--those spots in a body of water where you can see fish grouped up closely and jumping around--with the exception of small fries, which can be fished even without a fishing hole, though you'll also catch a lot of rusty cans and small amounts of ammo.small fries, which can be fished even without a fishing hole, though you'll also be catching plenty of rusty cans and small amounts of ammo when you try that.
Before we get into the collection itself, one last practical tip: If you're playing solo and come across another player at your fishing spot, try to play nice. So many great Fortnite memories are made when you meet an opponent and don't fight them.And when it comes to catching an elusive White Slurpfish, having a de facto teammate for protection can't hurt.
Where and how to find every fish in Fortnite Season 4 Chapter 3
Now that you've mastered the basics, it's time to get down to business: here's a list of every fish in the season 4 collection, organized by number on the collection page, along with information on how and where to find each of them.
1-3. Orange Flopper, Green Flopper, and Blue Flopper: These are the most common fish.All three types of Floppers can be obtained from any fishing hole, using any quality fishing rod, in Battle Royale or Party Royale mode.Orange Flopper, Green Flopper and Blue Flopper: These are the fish you'll encounter most often. All three types of Floppers are available from any fishing hole, with any quality fishing rod, in the Battle Royale mode or Party Royale.
4. Black and Blue Shield Fish: Similar to Floppers, this type of shield fish can be found anywhere there is a fishing hole.Including Party Royale. Black and Blue Shield Fish: Like the Floppers, this variety of shield fish is available anywhere you find a fishing hole. Including Party Royale.
5. Black Striped Shield Fish: This one is found along the coast and can also be caught in Party Royale.Black Striped Shield Fish: This one is found in coastal areas, and you can also catch it in Party Royale.
Green Shield Fish: Can be found in forest fishing holes.For this one, Party Royale is not an option.Green Shield Fish: Available from fishing holes in forest areas. Party Royale is not an option for this one.
7. Pink Shield Fish: Found in desert areas in the Battle Royale map, as well as rivers in Party Royale.However, a Pro Fishing Rod is also required for this one.Pink Shield Fish: Available from desert areas in the southern part of the Battle Royale map, or in the rivers of Party Royale. But this one also requires a Pro Fishing Rod.
8. Light Blue Shield Fish: Found in any fishing hole on the Battle Royale or Party Royale maps.Light Blue Shield Fish: Can be found in any fishing hole on the Battle Royale map or Party Royale.
9. Blue Slurpfish: Found in any fishing hole on the Battle Royale map or Party Royale.Blue Slurpfish: Available from any fishing hole on the Battle Royale map or in Party Royale.
Yellow Slurpfish: Found in desert areas on the Battle Royale map and inland bodies of water in Party Royale.Yellow Slurpfish: Can be caught in desert areas on the Battle Royale map, or in the inland bodies of water in Party Royale.
11. Purple Slurpfish: Found in the Battle Royale map's mountainous areas.Party Royale does not have this option.Purple Slurpfish: Found in mountainous areas of the Battle Royale map. Not available in Party Royale.
12. Black Slurpfish: Available at night in coastal areas.Including Party Royale.Black Slurpfish: Available in coastal areas at night. Including Party Royale.
13. White Slurpfish: The most difficult fish to locate this season.Only found in mountainous areas, at night, and with a Pro Fishing Rod; and because it's a mountainous fish, you won't find it in Party Royale.White Slurpfish: The toughest fish to find this season. Can only be found in mountainous areas, at night, and with a Pro Fishing Rod. And since it's a mountainous fish, you're not going to find this one in Party Royale.
14-16. Light Blue Small Fry, Tan Small Fry, and Purple Top Small Fry: These fish can be caught anywhere in Party Royale or Battle Royale, and you don't even need a fishing hole to catch them.Light Blue Small Fry, Tan Small Fry and Purple Top Small Fry: You can catch these fish anywhere, in Party Royale or Battle Royale, and you don't even need a fishing hole.
The only difference between this and the previous Small Fries is that this one is only available at night.Party Royale OK.Black Small Fry: The only difference between this and the previous Small Fries is that this one is only available at night. Party Royale OK.
18. Blue Small Fry: Found in coastal areas, including Party Royale.Blue Small Fry: Available from Coastal Areas, including in Party Royale.
19. Slurp Jellyfish: Catchable in Battle Royale or Party Royale from any fishing hole.Slurp Jellyfish: Catchable from any fishing hole in Battle Royale or Party Royale.
20. Peely Jellyfish: Found in desert areas, including Party Royale, but requires a Pro Fishing Rod to catch.Peely Jellyfish: Found in desert areas, which includes Party Royale, but you'll need a Pro Fishing Rod to catch this one.
Purple jellyfish are found in coastal areas.Party Royale included.Purple Jellyfish: Found in coastal areas. Party Royale included.
22. Dark Vanguard Jellyfish: This jellyfish is only available at night and can be obtained from any fishing hole in Battle Royale or Party Royale.Dark Vanguard Jellyfish: Available at night only, from any fishing hole in Battle Royale or Party Royale.
23. Cuddle Jellyfish: For this one, you'll need to go to the swamp area of the Battle Royale map, which is Loot Lake in the center of the island, just north of Tilted Towers.Cuddle Jellyfish: You'll need to head to the swamp area of the Battle Royale map for this one--that's Loot Lake right at the center of the island, just north of Tilted Towers.
That's all there is to it; with this guide, you should be able to tackle the new Fortnite season's fish checklist with relative ease.But what about everything else this season? Well, we've got you covered on pretty much everything in Fortnite Chapter 3, Season 4, from all the sick new guns to the awesome new chrome mechanics to our rundown of the map's current roster of NPCs and even more.Phil Owen's Google+ page
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What is the most effective bait for catching blue fish?
Bluefish Bait Options include oily fish such as eels, but almost any type of baitfish can be used.When learning how to catch bluefish, another option is to use cut bait, such as chunks shaped like small baits.oily fish like eels. But really almost any form of baitfish can be used. Another option when learning how to catch bluefish is to use cut bait. Try chunks in the shape of small baits.
What is the best way to catch a blue fish?
Bluefish can be caught using a variety of fishing techniques, the most popular of which are casting and trolling. When fishing for these fish, the most important thing to remember is to use wire leaders and/or a rigid lure that they can't cut through with their sharp teeth.casting and trolling. The most important thing to keep in mind when fishing for these fish is to use wire leaders and/or a rigid lure they can't chop through with their sharp teeth.
Are bluefish hard to catch?
Bluefish aren't particularly difficult to hook and land because they usually commit hard to a bait and have very tough mouths; the only time you'll have consistent problems hooking them is if you don't have a hook far enough back on a bait.not especially hard to hook and land, as they usually commit hard to a bait, and they have very tough mouths. The only time you would typically have consistent problems hooking them, is if you don't have a hook far enough back on a bait.
When is it possible to catch blue fish?
Under most moon phases, the best time of day to catch bluefish is from late evening to about 2 a.m., and the best season is typically mid-to-late summer through early fall.