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Genshin Impact List of Fishing Spot Locations

Genshin Impact 2.1 update has introduced a brand new fishing system in the game that will help players catch fish using an appropriate bait and fishing rod, with additional features to make it more engaging than before! Find out where you can find these locations below of https://progamingsettings.net Guide:

Mille Miglias Coast – On top of Mount Mimilo island just off shore there’s typically one or two big Genshin Impact Fishing Spots perfect for beginners who want their first fresh seafood meal without too much hassle.’

The Genshin Impact fishing system can be unlocked by completing the Exploding Population quest. You will need to first purchase Serenitea Pot from an NPC in order for this mechanic to function – these pots cost one gold each and they’re only available at certain shops across all four regions of Eorzea! Once you have purchased your needed inventory item, head over near any body of water until ding sounds off when attempting catch anything on rod or line; if not then try again because we know how much patience people around here usually don’t possess…

After unlocking access through Serendipity Springs (hehe), players should set out into various locations throughout centralization territory where fish reside.

Genshin Impact 2.1: All fishing locations

Area 1:

  • Aizen Medaka
  • Crystalfish
  • Dawncatcher
  • Medaka

Area 2:

  • Aizen Medaka
  • Dawncatcher
  • Medaka
  • Tea-Colored Shirakodai

Area 3:

  • Aizen Medaka
  • Crystalfish
  • Golden Koi
  • Tea-Colored Shirakodai
  • Venomspine Fish

Area 4:

  • Aizen Medaka
  • Akai Maou
  • Bitter Pufferfish
  • Medaka
  • Pufferfish
  • Tea-Colored Shirakodai
  • Venomspine Fish

Area 5:

  • Aizen Medaka
  • Medaka
  • Tea-Colored Shirakodai
  • Venomspine Fish
  • Aizen Medaka

Area 6:

  • Akai Maou
  • Bitter Pufferfish
  • Medaka
  • Pufferfish
  • Tea-Colored Shirakodai
  • Venomspine Fish

Area 7:

  • Aizen Medaka
  • Akai Maou
  • Bitter Pufferfish
  • Medaka
  • Pufferfish
  • Tea-Colored Shirakodai
  • Venomspine Fish

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