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Fae Farm: How to Get the Fishing Rod



Fae Farm: Fishing Rod

Finding and learning about the activities is one of the early stages of Fae Farm that every player should consider doing as it will allow them to partake in the activities to progress their character and get exotic items. One of the activities in Fae Farm is fishing which will allow players to catch fish but before players get to do fishing, they will have to get themselves a Fishing Rod.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to get the Fishing Rod in Fae Farm.

How to Get the Fishing Rod in Fae Farm

The Fishing Rod is one of the Equipment in Fae Farm that players can get by talking to the associated character in the Fishing activity. In the case of fishing, players will have to find and talk to Eddy the Mariner. Eddy is an old fisherman of Azoria and he has his home in the Stay-A-While Bay area. The Stay-A-While Bay area is located on the Southwest side of the Azoria world map. Players will be able to track the location of Eddy during the Meeting the Neighbors quest. Open the map by pressing the View Button (XBOX) or the M Button (PC) to track Eddy.

Follow Eddy’s face symbol on the screen and make your way to the southwest of Azoria to reach the Stay-A-While Bay area. Cross the bridge from the West Town area and keep going in the west direction until you reach a flaming wall. From there, go in the south direction and then to the east to reach the house of Eddy. Once there, talk to Eddy to get the Fishing Rod.

For most of the players, it will be their first equipment and as they get more equipment, they will be able to change between the equipment by pressing the LB/RB Buttons. Make sure to equip the Fishing Rod before you start fishing.

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