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V Rising: Fishing Spots Listed

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In V Rising, there are several spots to fish across the map. Fish are an important item for the character as the fish oil or the meat can be used in a variety of different ways.

Before you start your fishing journey, you will need a fishing pole. After crafting a Woodworking Bench, you will need eight planks, four coarse threads and four copper ingots. With these materials, you can craft your pole and start fishing.

V Rising: Fishing Spots

Farbane Woods

The Farbane woods are the game's starting location and home to several fishing spots. Eight spots to be exact. As you can see in the image below, the two spots in the north are extremely close and the two spots in the west are as well.

The Farbane woods are the games starting location and home to several fishing spots.
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Hallowed Mountains

The Hallowed Mountains are located on the right side of the map and has a cold environment. Due to its cold environment, the Hallowed Mountains only have two fishing spots. The two spots are also right next to each other making it easy to find them both.

The Hallowed Mountains are located on the right side of the map and has a cold environment.
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Dunley Farmlands

The next area with fishing spots is the Dunley Farmlands, located in the map's northern portion. One of the map's biggest locations is home to five different fishing spots. One in the north, two in the south, one in the southeast and one right in the middle.

The next area with fishing spots is the Dunley Farmlands which is located in the northern portion of the map.
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Silverlight Hills

The Silverlight Hills are located on the northwestern portion of the map. The Silverlight Hills are home to seven different fishing spots, despite that two of them are near each other in the middle and three in the south are close to each other.

The Silverlight Hills are located on the northwestern portion of the map.
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