Fortnite: Blow up Fishing Spots at Sharky Shell, Sweaty Sands Or Flopper Pond Week 6 Quest

Dynamite, the only fishing rod for us!

Players are being tasked with blowing up Fishing Spots at Sharky Shell, Sweaty Sands Or Flopper Pond in the Week 6 Challenges

Someone at Epic Games must really hate fish!

While this method won’t yield the best results flopper wise, you will earn some useful XP.

So here’s how to blow up Fishing Spot at Sharky Shell, Sweaty Sands or Flopper Pond.

Where To Blow Up Fishing Spots

Fishing Spots spawn randomly in water, and thankfully these locations are all right by a water source!

The map above shows you where Sharky Shell, Sweaty Sands and Flopper Pond can be found.

Sweaty is marked on the map, but the others aren’t so now you should be able to fin them more easily!

How To Blow Up Fishing Spots

UPDATE

When trying out this challenge we noticed that its didn't always work. You may have to drive the boat onto land for it to count as being at the named POIs.

If the challenge appears in the top left of the screen then you are ina place that the explosion will count.

Look Out For 'Local Quests' to know if you are in the right spot!

Blowing Up means you’ll have to use explosives, duh.

There are three sources that can have the desired effects: grenades, motorboats and rocket launchers.

Firing a rocket or dropping an explosive into the Fishing Spot show blow it up, causing materials, ammo and Small Fry to appear

Boats spawn near water, and one is pretty much guaranteed at this location near Sharky Shell!

Grenades spawn randomly so we can’t help you out with that one and rocket launchers are a little harder to find.

In Solos, or any mode with NPCs, the best place to find one is by killing Ruckus.

Though he spawns near Slurpy Swamp which is a bit too far out of the way.

Once you’ve blown up all the fishing spots required, it’s time to move onto the next quest: Destroy Motorboats.

Check out our guide and good luck with all the challenges!

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