Stardew Valley Walleye Fishing Guide Where and how to go fishing, Rain Totem, Magic Bait and the most dependable fishing spots
Stardew Valley Walleye Fishing Guide – How and Where to Fish?
Walleye Walleye can be an aquatic fish that is taken from the rivers (in Pelican Town or Cindersap Forest) and also in or in the Mountain Lake, and the Cindersap Forest pond in Fall when it’s raining. It is also possible to catch during Winter, in the event that the Rain Totem is used. It is often located in Garbage Cans during the Fall and Winter, or in the Traveling Cart for 315-1,000g. If the player selects one of the farms, the Riverland Farm or the Forest Farm, Walleye can also be caught in the farm’s pond.
Walleye is a fish that can be caught no matter the weather, time or season with Magic Bait.
Rain is often unpredictably, and if don’t want to sit around waiting for it to start raining you can use a rain totem
The Totem of the Rain Totem can be a hand-crafted item that determines the conditions for the following day. It is a rainy. The recipe is available from foraging levels 9. 3 Rain Totems can be found in treasure rooms of the Skull Cavern. The ingredients are:
- x1 Hardwood
- x1 Truffle Oil
- 5 Pine Tar
If you’re not keen on waiting until fall to get your hands on a Magic Ball, and no matter the reason why you’d rather make use of the Magic Ball Magic Ball over a Rain Totem:
Magic Bait is a form of bait that gives you the ability to capture any fish that comes from the source, regardless of weather conditions the time of day or season. It can be connected to an Iridium Rod or a Fiberglass Rod or an Iridium Rod.
20 Magic Bait can be bought from Qi’s Walnut Room for diamonds 5. The recipe used to make Magic Bait can also be bought for diamonds 20×20. The ingredients include:
- x1 Radioactive Ore
- x3 Bug Meat
Stardew Valley Walleye Fishing Guide – Best Fishint Spot
If you’re not looking to make use of magic baits or rain totems and are looking to visit the area with the greatest probability to succeed, suggest that you visit Cindersap Forest Pond on a rainy fall day. The odds are around 32 percent