Final fantasy 15 fishing

Final fantasy 15 fishing DEFAULT

Final Fantasy XV Wiki Guide

Best Fishing Gear

Top fishing gear for fishing in the game (Rod, Reel, Line, and Lure):

Pink Jade Gar

The Pink Jade Gar is the hardest fish to catch in Final Fantasy XV. Video shows pro tips on how to catch the Pink Jade Gar.

Regal Arapaima

The Regal Arapiama is also one of the hardest fish to catch in Final Fantasy XV. It is tied with Pink Jade Gar in difficulty. This fish requires you to be defensive most of the time, and the fish is located in the hidden Fishing Spot at The Vesperpool - North Banks

Devil of Cygillan and Tranquility Rod

Catching the Murk Grouper in Galdin Quay will award you with the best Fishing Rod in the game (Tranquility)

Biggest Fish

The biggest (large, not long) fish in FFXV is the Dread Grouper. It is bigger than the King Catfish and the Pink Jade Gar (both of which are thin and long, rather than big). You can catch the Dread Grouper in Galdin Quay after you have caught the Murk Grouper.

Best Lure

The Best Lure is the Big Blaze Bahamut, which you can never lose, as it always comes back even if your line snaps.


I was hoping to see something epic. A mortal battle between man and fish.


Fishing(釣り, Tsuri?) is a minigame in Final Fantasy XV where the player can gather food ingredients for cooking at camp sites and prize fish that cannot be eaten. The player can catch fish of all sizes in bodies of water, using various different rods and lures. Upon catching new fish, the party can unlock new recipes. Fishing is an optional pastime, but some quests require one to fish.


How to fish[]

The fishing game minigame uses button prompts while reeling in a fish. The fish that appear blue on the radar are acquired as "treasures" in the item inventory; the yellow ones on the radar are "ingredients" that can be cooked at camp. Dots with an outer circle on the radar indicate the location of uncommon fish. Quitting fishing and restarting respawns the fish, so the player can keep trying for the specific fish they want. Sometimes the fish splash on the surface of the water to tip the player to an especially good spot to cast their line.

Fishing requires at least one usable fishing line and lure. Both can be purchased at shops, including tackle shops located near select fishing holes. As Noctis's fishing skill increases, both the speed at which lines deteriorate and the cost of lures decrease. Noctis can acquire new fishing rods and reels, boosting his fishing offense and defense.

To start fishing, the player must find a fishing spot in a body of water. They become marked on the map after being discovered, and the player can also learn about them beforehand from tipsters and from fishing magazines found lying around the world. Some fishing spots have signs that denote what kind of fish can be caught there, although these are not fully comprehensive. Fishing at different times of day and in varying weather may yield different fish. The player can't fish with Aranea in the party, or in Chapter

When the player begins to fish, Noctis summons a rod to his hand. Entering the menu at this point lets the player choose their fishing equipment.

The player uses the action button to cast the line and the right shoulder button to reel the line. To get the fish to bite one must use a lure, and specific lures work for specific fish; if the player uses an incompatible lure, the fish will simply ignore it. When the lure is near a fish a red bar appears to the top of the screen and a sound cue will play, same as for initiating a battle on the field. The fish pulling on the line wears it down, and if it snaps and the fish gets away, the player will lose their lure (there is one special lure obtained from a side quest that cannot be lost, however). The line wear is depicted as a numerical value, and the player should replace their line from the equipment menu when it wears thin.

The player must follow the button prompts that appear on-screen to reel in the fish. The player should not reel when there is no tension on the line that makes the gauge go red, and when there is tension to push the analog stick to the direction the screen prompts to relieve it. At times fish jump out of the water with a button prompt to follow, which lets Noctis reel his catch a little closer.

There is a record of what kinds of fish have been caught. It is possible to catch fish up to one meter in length.


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A good strategy is to not look at the strength of the line or the progress gauge at the top, as once a fish has been hooked the player is committed to catching it. Instead, the player can watch the fish to anticipate its movement, and move the rod the same way the fish is moving. If a fish is far away, the player can use its wake to determine movement. The camera always moves in the same direction as the fish and can thus also be easier to observe.

It can be a good idea to not reel when the fish is changing direction rapidly, and only reel when it is moving consistently in one direction. When the water splashes and the controller is vibrating, the fish is struggling. Reeling is much more effective when the fish doesn't struggle, and for the big fish it is advised to not reel when they struggle as it creates tension on the line. Tapping the reel button once, rather than holding, when the fish struggles, doesn't deplete from the line strength, but can slightly advance the progress bar at the top. For catching the big fish, repeatedly tapping the reel button rather than holding tends to work better to avoid wearing down the line.

For the superfish like the Mummy Bass in the Windows and Royal Editions that destroy the line fast, one may tap the pause button and adjust the reel/do not reel and direction as needed while paused, although it takes a long time to reel in a big fish this way.

The Booster Pack +, which is included in the season pass, contains the second most powerful fishing rod and reel, making it easier to fish and level up Noctis's fishing skills. This can enable the player to get fishes that yield tremendous status boosts early in the game to gain a huge advantage and level up efficiently as well as leveling Ignis's cooking skills from cooking complex dishes.

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Final Fantasy How to Fish

Every member of your party in Final Fantasy 15 has a special skill. For the protagonist, Noctis, this skill is fishing. Players can use Noctis’ fishing skills for various things, like learning new recipes, finding food they can cook and even earning additional AP. In this guide, we’ll teach you how to use Noctis’ fishing skills, as well as go over an easy to locate fishing spot that you can access early in Final Fantasy 15’s story.

How to Fish

Fishing is actually quite easy when you get down to the basics. You use the mini-map included in the mini-game to find the best spots to catch fish, and then you throw out your line. You lure a fish in using some short quick reeling tactics, then once you have it on your hook, you have to play through the mini-game and follow all of the on-screen prompts. It’s a fairly straightforward process when it is all said and done, but it can be a bit tricky to get started with.

To improve your chances of hooking a fish, make sure you aim for the blue or golden dots on the map. You'll want to hit right on top of them, or at least as close as possible. We tried multiple times, but found that hitting beyond them, and trying to entice them with just the movement of the line from reeling in wasn't enough to grab their attention.

Once you've tossed the line in, and the battle music has begun, pay careful attention to both the location of the fish in the water, as well as the length of the red line along the top of your screen.

The longer this line is, the greater your chances of hooking the fish. If you see your line starting to entice the fish, do a quick single pull to one side to help get its attention more. Patience is a key part of fishing in Final Fantasy 15, so make sure you aren't simply throwing your line out and then reeling it in. Give the fish time to think about his next decision. If you play it safe you should be able to hook the fish and start reeling him in with just a couple of tugs on your line. If you can, try to land your Lure right in front of the fish's face. This will ensure a quick bite that you can use to reel it in quicker. Pay attention to the mini-map to see which direction the dots are moving.

After you manage to fill the line on your screen, you’ll have to move the Left Thumbstick to hook it. You’ll need to move it either Left, Right, or Up based on the prompt that appears on screen.

From here you simply need to reel the fish in, but pay careful attention to the middle of your screen. As the fish is reeled in, it will turn different directions, trying to get free from your hook. Move your Left Thumbstick to match his movements, and continue reeling him in as much as possible.

As you reel in the fish, tension will grow along your line. You’ll need to watch this carefully, as too much tension will cause your line to snap, causing you to not only lose the fish, but also your Lure.

Follow the prompts on the screen, and keep the tension down on your line to bring the fish in and complete the mini-game. Once you have caught a fish, check your line, and repair it within your Tackle if needed. You can also change your Lure here, which is a great way to help you catch additional types of Fish. In fact, each different Lure excels at catching different species of fish. This is the best way to diversify your cooking ingredients.

Of course, like anything in games of this sort, practice makes perfect. Fishing isn’t an RNG based mini-game, which means the more you do it, the better you’ll get at it. Doing it more will also increase your level and skill, allowing Noctis to earn more AP and catch more expensive and exotic fish.

How to Find The First Fishing Spot

Unlike many games that include fishing, you can’t simply walk up to any body of water and throw out your line. Instead, you need to find dedicated fishing spots around the world of Final Fantasy These spots can be a bit tricky to find at times, so we’ll cover all of their locations in another guide. For now, though, you can easily find a fishing spot at Galdin Quay, your first main destination after Cindy and Cid fix up the Regalia.

To find this spot, wait for Ignis to park the car. Hop out and head down towards the pier. There’s a set of steps that lead down to the beach.

Head onto the beach and follow it towards a shack at the edge of another small dock. This easy to find fishing spot can be located at the end of the dock. It will also give you a brief tutorial on how to use the fishing system. Fishing can be a pretty lucrative sport, and while it isn’t the most exciting thing to do in the game, it offers a great way to boost your AP, allowing you to pick up more upgrades along the way.


Players who have leveled up their Fishing skill can find a higher level Fishing Spot off to the left of the shoreline in Galdin Quay. It's a lot harder to catch fish here, though. So, beware.

If you find yourself running low on Lures or Fishing Line, head to the nearest Bait and Tackle shop. Many times these shops will be near the Fishing Spot, however, you can always find a reliable tackle shop near Galdin Quay, just up the pier from the Fishing Spot we mentioned above. These shops are clearly marked on the signs around them, so you shouldn't have too much trouble finding them. In addition, we've also got you covered if you're looking for the best fishing gear in the game!

You can learn more about the different systems in Final Fantasy 15 by checking out our Final Fantasy 15 guide You should also go ahead and learn how to level up fast in Final Fantasy 15, as leveling is an extremely important component of the game. We’ll cover more about this game over the coming days, so check back often for updates and new guides to help you along your journey.

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The Final Fantasy VR Fishing Game Is Not At All What I Expected

When I think about fishing, I think about relaxation: chilling out somewhere beautiful in the sun, watching the shimmering water, waiting for fish to bite. Admittedly all of my real-life fishing experiences took place in the rain-drenched Highlands of Scotland and were absolutely horrendous, but video games are about escapism. I hadn’t read much about Monster of the Deep, the Final Fantasy XV-themed VR fishing game, before playing it, so I assumed that would be the vibe.

This post originally appeared 11/23/17 onKotaku UK.

There are certainly moments of calm, but the majority of the game is actually about luring demon fish-monsters out from the depths and then shooting them with a crossbow, which is somewhat less gentle than I’d expected.

Monster of the Deep’s premise is straight from the weirdest corners of you, a monster-hunting angler, run into Noctis whilst fishing, and he invites you back to his campsite to get to know him and his pals better. The story mode is structured around missions where you must head to various picturesque FFXV areas and catch a bunch of different fish in order to lure out the resident monster. It begins with such a showdown, after which your unconscious character is rescued by Cindy, who as ever is dressed most inappropriately for the occasion. From there, you get hunting contracts that open up new fishing areas as you go along.

The main thing that prevents Monster of the Deep from being truly relaxing is that it’s frustrating to play. Casting your line—a fundamental mechanic in, you know, a fishing game—is extremely annoying and unpredictable using the Dualshock controller. You have to hold down X, then pull the controller back and flick it forward again whilst releasing the button. The lack of finesse meant that, most of the time, my line either plopped into the water straight in front of me or sailed far into the distance; no matter how I refined my movement I couldn’t find a predictable level of control.

This makes sense, because the motion sensing in a Dualshock 4 is not enormously sensitive. It’s not really up to fine-tuning how far you cast a fishing line. It took me about twice as long as it should have to even get through the tutorial, and after 90 minutes I still couldn’t cast predictably. There is an “easy cast” option that helps a little bit by taking away the X button and letting you cast with motion alone, but it’s still annoyingly imprecise. Once you’ve caught a fish, you reel it in by rotating the left stick; it made my thumb hurt after a while.

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When you’re not fishing, you’re having conversations at your cabin, in your car or whilst scoping out a fishing pond. Movement, outside of the fishing portions, involves the VR-standard point-at-a-place-to-teleport-to-it method, so you jump about between static points. You can also move the camera in increments. It all feels really janky in practice, and I had to frequently re-center the screen because the game got confused about where my hands where. There’s also a disappointing absence of interactive stuff outside of the fishing: most of the novelty of VR hinges on using your hands to open drawers and pick stuff up, but in my cabin and in the car I couldn’t flick any switches or open any boxes or play with any of the objects lying around the place. There’s also no option to turn off subtitles, which appeared too close to my eyes in my field of vision for me to read comfortably without a nauseating adjustment of focus.

It’s disappointing that Monster of the Deep feels this rough. It plays like a first foray into VR, without any of the comfort features that some other second-wave PSVR titles like Blood and Truth are bringing to the table. Two missions in, it was difficult to summon the enthusiasm to keep going, even though I’d been looking forward to sinking back into Final Fantasy XV’s world and reacquainting myself with the characters in a chill setting.

As in Final Fantasy XV itself, the dynamic between Noctis and pals is by far the best thing about the game. I was gritting my teeth through the actual fishing so that I could enjoy just hanging around with the boy band. These scenes brought back great memories from last year, when I spent a week on the couch doing nothing but exploring Final Fantasy XV, a weird and sometimes shambolic game that nonetheless is one of my favourites of recent years.

Monster of the Deep definitely feels like you’re a participant in someone else’s fanfiction, but I’m down with that. If only the actual fishing was fun, and the VR controls were more finessed, I’d want to spend a lot more time in it.

This post originally appeared on Kotaku UK, bringing you original reporting, game culture and humour with a U from the British isles. Follow them on @Kotaku_UK.


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How to Fish in 'Final Fantasy 15': Full guide, tips and tricks

Everyone in your party in Final Fantasy 15 has a special skill. Gladiolus' is survival, Ignis cooks those obscenely delicious-looking meals and Prompto takes a lot of pictures of Noctis looking uncomfortable. Noctis' skill is fishing. That's not a particularly useful skill in the game's first Cars-like desert area, but you'll find a good fishing spot at Galdin Quay, a location you'll visit as a part of the main quest line in chapter 1.

Here's everything you need to know about fishing in Final Fantasy 15 based on my experience playing the game so far..

How to fish in Final Fantasy 15

First off, let's discuss why you'd want to fish in the first place. Not only does fishing provide Ignis with ingredients he needs to cook meals for your squad at campsites but it also earns you ability points, which you need to gain new abilities in the "ascension" menu. If you're running low on Gil, you can also sell fish you catch to make some extra cash.

Okay, onto fishing itself! You'll know if you can fish in a specific area if there's a little blue fish icon on your map near a body of water. The first area you can fish is at the end of a dock at Galdin Quay, which looks like this:

Once you start fishing, you can choose where to cast your line with the left thumbstick. Make sure you throw it in an area populated with rarer fish, which you can check by referring to the mini map in the upper-right corner of the screen. (A guide for what the different dot colors mean is embedded below.) Additionally, the icon in the water itself will change color based on the rarity of the fish that occupy that area. When it changes from blue to gold, that means there's an edible fish in that area. Use both the mini map and this indicator to make sure you're casting your line in the right spot.

If you've thrown your line in a spot populated with fish, you should get an on-screen indication that a fish is interested in your lure. To get the fish to bite, you can lightly tap the right trigger to make the lure bob through the water in a jerky motion, which will entice the fish. You can typically see where the fish is in the water, so that should help you know how much or how little to move the lure. If you get too far away, the music indicating that a fish is nearby will fade out and you'll have to cast your line again.

Once the fish bites, you'll enter an automated mini game where you have to simultaneously move the left thumbstick in the direction indicated on screen while reeling in your line with the right trigger. Be careful, though. When the horizontal line on the bottom of the screen changes from white to red, that means your line is under too much stress and might break if you keep holding the right trigger. Only reel in your line when the indicator is white. If it changes color, back off for a few moments.

If you're following the on-screen indicators, eventually you'll reel the fish close enough to complete the catch.

Final Fantasy 15: Fishing tips and tricks

If you're having trouble getting a fish to bite, make sure you have the right type of lure equipped. Each lure is suited to catch specific types of fish, so check to see if the lure you're using corresponds to the type of fish that occupy that specific body of water.

If you're not sure which type of lure to use, look out for signs near bodies of water that indicate what types of fish are in the area and equip a lure that will attract those specific varieties. For example, a sign right next to Bob's Tackle Shop at Galdin Quay indicates that Giant Trevally and Galdin Trevally occupy the nearby waters, so the lure called "Poppeck: Chocobo" — which you can buy at Bob's Tackle Shop — would be a good option. 

To equip a lure, just follow the onscreen instructions once you've started fishing, but before you cast your line. On PS4, you just tap the touch pad and select your lure.

If you're really having a tough time — or if you're just not great at paying attention to the stress on your line when you're reeling in a fish — you can also swap out the default fishing line for something sturdier. You can buy stronger fishing lines at Bob's Tackle Shop. You'll equip them in the same menu where you pick between lures.

That's all there is to it! Good luck!

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How To Fish In &#;Final Fantasy 15&#; Skill Guide: Best Locations, Equipment And Bonuses To Level Fishing Fast

Now that Final Fantasy 15 is finally out, you’ll want to explore every nook and cranny of its densely-packed world. If you want all your achievements, you’ll need to master fishing, Noctis’s royal skill. Here’s our tips and tricks guide for how to fish in Final Fantasy XV.

First of all, Noctis starts off with everything he needs to get started fishing so you don’t need to buy anything. Position yourself at a fishing spot and use these basic commands:

  • L to aim, and then after casting, to pull the line in any direction

  • X (PS4) or A to cast

  • R2 (PS4) or right trigger to reel in

  • Circle (PS4) or B to quit

  • The start pad (PS4) or the menu button to open the Tackle menu and change your  equipment

When you’re aiming, a blue marker indicates where your lure hits the water. Use the minimap in the top right corner of the screen, which is marked with colorful dots where you’ll find fish. Yellow dots indicate edible fish that provide ingredients Ignis can use in his meals, while blue are prize fish that yield treasures.

Cast your line and reel in with R2 or right trigger. Don’t just drag the line back in a straight line; you want to twitch the line around with L, tap R2/RT and pause every once in awhile to provoke a fish’s attentions.

The game actually measures a fish’s interest using a red bar at the top of the screen. You want to adapt the way you move and pause your line so that you build up the interest bar. Once that bar stretches to the whole length of the screen horizontally, the fish will bite.

Once the fish bites, you and your piscine enemy begin a delicate dance. While your goal is to reel in the fish, you’ll have to watch your line’s durability to do so. Here’s how:

When you get a bite, tilt L in the direction the screen instructs. If you don’t, the fish will just swim away. Then reel in with R2/RT, causing the fish’s stamina to decrease. The stamina can be seen on the top of the screen. Once the horizontal gauge is empty, you win the fish.

The fish will swim around randomly with your line suffering as a result, so you need to take aim. Tilt L to the left or right, wherever the fish is swimming, to keep your line intact. If you just fart around as the fish flails on your line, a hidden tension gauge will fill slowly , but if you aim in the wrong direction entirely, the gauge will start filling up fast. You can tell this is happening because your control will vibrate heavily. Tilting the stick in the right direction keeps the tension bar empty.

The tension causes damage to your line and when the line’s durability reaches zero, it breaks. That means you’ll lose both the line and the lure you had equipped. The key is to manage this tension by pushing constantly in the right direction, tweaking your aim sharply and quickly, and reeling in fish with short bursts while releasing tension the rest of the time so your line stays intact.

If a fish jumps in the air, it “attacks” you. Tilt L right away in the direction the screen says to cancel out the damage to your line as well as lower the fish’s stamina.

Lures : There’s lots of lures in the game. You’ll need to swap out which lure you use based on what fish you’re hoping to hook and where. Popper lures let you seek fish near the surface, pencil lures let you fish more effectively at dawn or dusk, swisher lures make boring fishing spots more lively, crankbait lures help you in rocky or littered waters, minnow lures work in clear waters, and vibration lures are best for wide areas.

  • Lure Weight : The heavier the lure, the deeper underwater it goes, and the bigger the fish it catches.

  • Lure Color : Fish like colors close to their own. Get a red lure for a red fish.

There are many lure possibilities, but pick the one best for the environment you’re hoping to catch the fish.

Lines: With only three types of line, you’ll mostly be purchasing these from shops. The higher the durability, the longer it can hold out against tension (aka damage) inflicted by fish.

Rods: Rods provide defense, which determines how much tension damage on your line they cancel out. You can get better rods from shops and by completing sidequests for Nayth.

Reels: Reels determine how fast you knock out a fish’s stamina bar as you reel it in - basically your fish attack stat. Tackle shops have high-quality reels, but the very best reel is called Llymlaen and is a reward in the Totomostro mini-game.

Here’s what fish you can find and where in the world of Altissia you can find them.

  • Gondola Marina : Cygillan Sea Bass, Lucinian Sea Bass, Tide Grouper

  • Vannath Coast: Giant Trevally, Galdin Trevally, Murk GRouper, GLowing Barrelfish

  • Crestholm Reservoir : Horned Bluegill, Lucian Catfish, Alstor Bass, Golden Catfish

  • Neeglyss Pond : Horned Bluegill, Chipped Bluegill, Lucian Catfish, Alstor Bass, Crag Barramundi, King Catfish

  • Swainsmere: Horned Bluegill, Chipped Bluegill, Lucian Catfish, Alstor Bass

  • Malacchi Pond: Alstor Bass, Lucian Catfish, Snakehead, Garnet SNakehead

  • Forgotten Pool : Horned Bluegill, Chipped Bluegill, Rainbow Trout

  • Daurell Spring: Snakehead, Garnet Snakehead, Jade Snakehead, Alstor Bass, Phoenix Bass, Pink Jade Gar

  • River Wennath: Cherrycomb Trout, Rainbow Trout, Callatein Brook Trout, Chrome Rainbow Trout

  • Rachsia Bridge: Chipped Bluegill, ZIpper Barramundi, Alstor Bass, Nebula Salmon

  • The Maidenwater: Rainbow Trout, Maiden Brook Trout, Nebula Salmon

  • Caem Shore: Striped Barramundi, Tide Grouper, Dark Allural Sea Bass

  • The Vesperpool - East Bank: Glimmering Bluegill, Phoenix Bass, Crag Barramundi, Golden Catfish, Sapphire Snakehead, Noble Arapaima

  • The Vesperpool - West Bank: Glimmering Bluegill, Fan Bluegill, Golden Catfish, Garnet Snakehead, Sapphire Snakehead, Vesper Gar

  • Myrlwood Falls: Cleigne Brown Trout, Platinum Myrltrout, Maiden Brook Trout, Callatein Brook Trout, Chrome Rainbow Trout

So what do you get in return for all this work?

  • Skill Level 2: Fishing line wear down 25 percent less quickly when fish struggle

  • Skill Level 3: Tackle shops offer 10 percent discount on all items

  • Skill Level 4: Chances of hooking fish are increased by 25 percent

  • Skill Level 5: Ability to catch fish up inches

  • Skill Level 6: Tackle shops offer 30 percent discount on all items

  • Skill Level 7: Fishing line wears down 50 percent less when fish struggle

  • Skill Level 8: Chances of hooking a fish increased by 50 percent

  • Skill Level 9: Tackle shops offer 50 percent discount

  • Skill Level Catch fish up to 59 inches

And never forget, Bluegill fish are garbage who will throw themselves on your hook even without a lure, so they’re great to practice with.

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