Blowing up fishing holes is easy and we are going to tell you how to do it in order to complete the Season 5 Week 6 Challenges.
Each week, Epic puts out new weekly challenges that Fortnite players are encouraged to complete in order to earn XP towards leveling up their Fortnite Battle Pass. The current week's challenges, Season 5 Week 6, are out now and they revolve heavily around fishing. Two of the challenges require players to blow up fishing holes in designated locations and that is where we come in to show you exactly how to do that.
How to Blow Up Fishing Holes in Fortnite's Week 6 Challenges
The first challenge asks players to blow up fishing holes at Sharky Shell, Sweaty Sands, and Flopper Pond. The second challenge requires players to blow up fishing holes at Lazy Lake Island, Lake Canoe, and Steamy Stacks. Now while Sweaty Sands and Steamy Stacks are fairly easy to locate given that they are POIs on the map. The other four might be a bit tricky.
Let's start with Sharky Shell, which also might be fairly obvious for players that have been around the game in previous seasons. Fortnite players must head over to the top left part of the map where the Shark used to be, and blow up the holes there. Flopper Pond is the small body of water in between Holly Hedges and Salty Towers, which usually spawns one or two fishing holes per game.
Lazy Lake Island is where the old Henchman house used to be and it is the bigger island between Lazy Lake and Misty Meadows. Lastly, Lake Canoe is in between Dirty Docks and Retail Row, and it is usually an uncontested drop area in-game.
Once you locate the areas, blowing up the fishing holes is required in order to get credit for completing the challenge. To blow up a fishing hole, players have two options: You can toss a grenade into the middle of the circle, or you can use the missiles from the boats and aim them into the holes. Either of these options will suffice for the challenge.