V Rising fishing spot locations, how to catch fish, farm fish oil and fish bones


In V Rising, fishing is an important mechanic as fish are a source of several different types of materials, including fish oil, meat, and more. In this guide, we’ll go over everything there is to know about fishing in the game and give you all the locations of fishing spots in V Rising so you know which area to head to for your fishing adventures. at the line.

How to Fish in V Rising

While it might seem like a mundane thing to do, fishing is actually a great activity to do on the side in V Rising. The reason is that if you go fishing, you won’t come home with only fish. You can grab all kinds of rewards while fishing, and some of them are even needed to craft high-level gear; make fishing an essential activity.

But if you want to fish in V Rising, you’ll need to unlock and then craft a fishing rod. The Fishing Rod is unlocked after defeating Rufus the Foreman, who can be found in the Bandit Registration Camp in the woods of Farbane. Defeating Rufus will unlock the Fishing Rod as well as the Carpentry Bench, where you can craft the Fishing Rod.

How to Build a Woodworking Bench in V Rising

After defeating Rufus the foreman, your next goal is to build a woodworking bench using the blueprint you got from him. Making the woodworking bench is a very simple task. The ingredients you need to craft it are listed below.

How to Craft a Fishing Rod in V Rising

Once you have the woodworking bench set up, you will be able to craft yourself a fishing rod so you can go fishing. Open your character’s menu and navigate to the Crafting tab.

To craft the fishing rod, you will need the following crafting materials

V Types of fish on the rise

There are several kinds of fish in V Rising. Each type of fish can be harvested using the Devourer for fish oil and fish bones, but the different types of fish also have unique uses.

Below we have listed the different types of V Rising fish and their use.

Swamp Dweller and Fierce Stinger

Swamp Dweller and Fierce Stinger fish are used to craft potions. With the Swamp Dweller you will be able to craft the Rage Potion, while the Fierce Stinger will be used to craft the Witch Potion. These are two combat potions that will help you during boss fights.

Golden River Bass and Blood Snapper

The Golden River Bass is used in the Spiderlings crafting recipe while the Blood Snapper Fish is used in the Mosquitos crafting recipe. These bugs can then be used to change your vampire’s blood type.

Big Twilight Goby and Snapper

The Fat Goby and Twilight Snapper have no specific uses. The only thing you can do with them is collect them to get their scales. But that doesn’t make them useless as these scales are used in high-level armor crafting recipes that you’ll need for endgame content.

Rising Fishing Spot Locations V

Once you’ve crafted the fishing rod, you’re halfway there. Once you have it equipped in your Hotbar, the next step is to head to a fishing spot. There are several different fishing spots in different regions of the map.

We have listed the various fishing spots in V Rising below.

Jump to:

Farbane Woods Fishing Spots

In Farbane Woods, there are many different fishing spots throughout the area. This is the starting area of ​​the game and contains a total of 6 fishing spots.

For your convenience, we have a map image (courtesy of mapgenie) showing all the fishing spots in Farbane Woods.

Sacred Mountains Fishing Spots

The Hallowed Mountains are the next region northwest of Farbane Woods. This area is mountainous and cold and due to the nature of its terrain, has only 2 fishing spots.

sacred mountains fishing spot

Silverlight Hills Fishing Spots

The Silverlight Hills are a small region located northeast of the Farbane Islands and east of Dunley Farmlands. It is home to five different fishing spots, three of which are quite close to each other.

silverlight hills fishing spots

Dunley Farmland Fishing Spots

The last area with fishing spots in Dunley Farmlands. This one is located in the northern part of the map and even though it is the second largest region on the map, it only contains 2 fishing spots.

dunley farmland fishing grounds

V Booming Fish Oil Farming

In V Rising, fish oil can be obtained in 2 different ways. One is to decompose caught fish and the other is to loot different areas of the map.

If you’re really into fishing, then breaking down the fish you’ve caught might be the best way to get fish oil. However, this is quite a slow method and we recommend the second option instead, as it allows you to explore the map and find other valuable items as well.

Fish Oil is a frequent drop from mobs found in different areas of Dunley Farmlands such as Mosswick Village etc. In these areas, fish oil can be found by looting different crates and also by defeating monsters.

Why Use Fish Oil in V Rising

In V Rising, you won’t need fish oil in the early and middle game. However, in the later stages of the game, fish oil will be an important resource as it will be needed to craft items from the highest level.

Specifically, fish oil is needed to make Pristine leather, which is V Rising’s highest quality leather. So be sure to collect as much Fish Oil as possible in V Rising so you can craft Virgin Leather later.

V Rising Fish Bone Farming

Fish Bone can be obtained as loot from certain enemies and chests, and by collecting the fish you catch for them.

The best and fastest way to farm fish bones in V Rising is to use the fish you catch to mine different materials including Fish Bone.

In order to be able to collect materials from which, you will need the Devourer structure, which is obtained by defeating “Lidia the Chaos Archer”.

What to use fish bones for in V Rising

In V Rising, Fish Bone is an important crafting material and is needed to craft many different items and recipes. It is needed to craft items such as Twilight Snapper, Putride Rat, etc.

Previous Fish Powder Market Expected to See Gradual Growth
Next Letter to the Editor | Chicken Ban: Anyone operating marine type fish farms has an obligation to protect and preserve the marine environment