How to blow up fishing holes in Fortnite’s Week 6 challenge

To complete Fortnite’s Season 5 Week 6 challenges, you’ll need to blow up fishing holes. Here’s how to do that, and the locations you’ll need to visit.

A whole new set of Challenges have just came out in the world of Fortnite and that gives all players a chance to gain all they XP they need for the battle-pass and their level.


“The theme for Season 5 Week 6 is fishing. You’ll need to blow up motorboats, catch fish, and signal the Coral Buddies. Two of the challenges will also require you to blow up fishing holes in specific locations.

One challenge will send you to Sharky Shell, Sweaty Sands, and Flopper Pond, while the other will take you to Lazy Lake Island, Lake Canoe, and Steamy Stacks. Not sure where to find them? We’ve got you covered.”

Where to blow up fishing holes in Fortnite

Image Credit: dexerto

While Sweaty Sands and Steamy Stacks are a good spot, all the other spots are unnamed sadly but on the map above made by dexerto will show you were to find them.

“The challenge will require you to blow up fishing holes at Sharky Shell, Sweaty Sands, or Flopper Pond, meaning you can visit just one location and get them all done in one go. We’d recommend avoiding Flopper Pond as there are not many spawns there.”

To blow them up, you’ll need some explosives. The best option would be to grab a boat and shoot the unlimited missiles until it blows up. You could also use grenades, or even a rocket launcher if you’re lucky enough to get your hands on one of them, although that seems a bit of a waste when you could save it for taking out your opponents.

Source(s) dexerto

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