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  • ziggurcat
    Original poster 167 posts

    About NNE from the Maeldun Viewpoint, and south of the Salturn Camp:



    I actually already had 6, but I had looted them from some camp that I can't remember somehow. Now if I could only find the regular cod...

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  • JCar4327
    704 posts

    @ziggurcat There are 2 regular cod that spawn in front of Ravensthorpe

  • ziggurcat
    Original poster 167 posts

    @jcar4327 I'll have a look.

    I'm going to post a video of me catching the big cod shortly.

  • ziggurcat
    Original poster 167 posts

    Here's the video proof:

  • ziggurcat
    Original poster 167 posts

    @jcar4327 All I found were perch, brown trout, and bullhead.

  • JCar4327
    704 posts

    @ziggurcat I get them there all the time. There are a couple of regular cod and a couple of pollock. grab a boat and work the area in front of the village from one side to the other. They are there.

  • ziggurcat
    Original poster 167 posts

    @jcar4327 Found 'em, thanks!

  • ziggurcat
    Original poster 167 posts

    Also, small sturgeon? I only ever seem to find regular, and big.

  • JCar4327
    704 posts

    @ziggurcat I have found small sturgeon in two places. The best would probably be at the mouth of the Medeuuage River that runs through Cent. I have also found them near the mouth of the Embert River that runs through Suthsexe. The only fish I have not found are Big Flatfish, Big Mackerel, and Big Eel.

  • ziggurcat
    Original poster 167 posts

    @jcar4327 Found lots of sturgeon in your first location, but they were all regular 😧 Struck out on your second spot, but I probably just had bad RNG.

    The big Flatfish, Mackerel and Eel are all bugged afaik. The big Cod is technically as well, but I somehow found one.

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