Fortnite Leafy Reef, Mighty Monument, and Loot Landing are all landmarks located on small islands, and it’s their aquatic locations that make them so suitable for the task assigned to them here. Each one represents a prime spot to catch lake or sea bounties, so scan the surrounding area for the white circular fishing spot markers on the surface, then try to hit them when you drop.
Where to get the mighty Fortnite Kamehameha Dragon Ball weapon.
To complete any of the Dragon Ball-themed Fortnite quests in the Salvage category, you’ll need to go fishing at the three locations listed here, and since they’re not marked by name on the map, you might spend some time at search around Fortnite to find them. We’re here to speed up that process and save you time, so let us guide you to where you can go fishing at Leafy Reef, Mighty Monument, and Loot Landing in Fortnite.
Fortnite Leafy Reef, Mighty Monument, and Loot Landing locations
We’ve marked the locations of Leafy Reef, Mighty Monument, and Loot Landing in Fortnite on the map above, so you can find those three landmarks and start fishing for them. If you want more details on how to find them and where the nearest fishing rods are, we’ve got you covered.
Go fishing at Leafy Reef in Fortnite
Fortnite Leafy Reef is an island off the southwest coast covered in purple trees, which can be reached by heading west from Greasy Grove. You’ll find a barrel of fishing rods on the eastern end of the island next to a rock and a rowing boat, and if more is needed, there’s another barrel on the beach opposite Shelly Shoals.
Go fishing at the Mighty Monument in Fortnite
Fortnite Mighty Monument marks the remnants of the previous statue on the island east of Sanctuary, and although the No Sweat Summer event has now officially ended, this bay is still brightly decorated. There are two handy fishing rod barrels on the southwestern edge of the island, one on the wooden pier and the other hidden behind the round cabin.
Go fishing at Loot Landing in Fortnite
Fortnite Loot Landing is in the middle of Loot Lake, just north of everyone’s most loved/hated POI Tilted Towers, and you can easily spot it thanks to the Fortnite Timber Pines that dwarf the area. There’s a double serving of fishing rod barrels on the wooden pier north of this island, and many more on the surrounding shores if they’ve all been removed already.
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