How to fish in Walheim

There’s nothing stopping you from building your perfect Scandinavian paradise in Walheim (well, there is technically Lots of things, but that’s part of the fun), down to the small details. One such detail allows you to quietly spend the whole day fishing in a lake or pier, and then cook your catch back in your own comfortable Viking hall. But many gamers spend dozens of hours in Walheim without realizing that fishing is an option for them.

If you’ve been on the lookout for some fishy waters, our guide will show you exactly how to start fishing in Walheim and what to know about the process.

How to start fishing in Walheim

Step 1: Start collecting coins. If you are new to the game or do not have a lot of money, you will need to get some currency in preparation. About 400 to 500 coins should be enough to prepare for fishing. You can find coins through exploration and trade.

Step 2: Look for Haldor Merchant. The only dealer in Walheim that reliably sells fishing rods and lures is Halldor. The problem is that Haldor is not easy to find, especially for newcomers. It appears randomly in the Black Forest biomes of Walheim, so the best way to find it is to search every Black Forest you come across.

This part may take a while if you are not lucky, so you may need to be patient. Combine hunting for Haldor and collecting coins and you’ll easily have enough by the time you find it, Black Forests filled with ores to be mined, Burial Chambers to explore and more.

Step 3: Buy your own fishing rod and as much bait as you want to get started.

The fourth step: Find some water. You can fish any noticeable body of water, so the ocean or river will work just fine. Ideally, you should be close to the water, not too high above it, as this can interfere with the path while fishing. Prepare your fishing rod and bait.

Fishing in Walheim.

Fifth step: Experience casting your own line using Left button. The longer you press before clicking, the longer it takes to send. You don’t actually need to cast very far to start hunting, but find the length that works for you.

Sixth step: Now use your Right click To start slowly reeling in the line. The goal is to keep the line and bait active without winding too fast, so Click pause above It tends to work better.

Seventh step: When the water around the line starts splashing and the popper disappears, you have a bite. be quick Right click repeatedly. If you are at the right time, you will see a small “hooked” notification. Now comes the hard part: you have to roll the fish carefully Right clickbut avoid right clicking too often when the fish is struggling or it will break the hook.

Campfire in Walheim.

Step 8: Once the fish reach land, you can collect them to receive the raw fish in your inventory. Small fish such as perch will only give you one raw fish. Big fish will give you two, and bigger fish like tuna will give you four raw fish.

You can collect as many raw fish as you want…but it won’t be very useful unless you do some craft work with it. You can find or set up a cooking station in the campfire or stove and cook the fish to produce the cooked fish. Don’t let the fish overcook or you’ll get charcoal. About 25 seconds it will cook all kinds of meat properly, including fish.

Fish cooked on its own will give you health, stamina and rejuvenation for a long period of time. But if you also have barley flour and a cauldron to cook with, you can combine four barley flours and two cooked fish to make fish rolls, which are significantly more robust.

Step 9: Note that if you don’t get any bites in a particular body of water, you may have exceeded the maximum number of fish you can catch there. The fish will eventually breed, but it’s a good idea to rotate the fishing grounds if you’ve been in them for a long time.

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