After some considerable effort, my hirelings and I explored much of the Ebonheart Pact regions looking for fishing holes. This compendium is the first edition the covers most of the Ebonheart pact. The maps are a bit crude as it is my first attempt at producing maps.
The following maps were created using data collected using Voltan’s Fisherman, HarvestMap, and Destinations. Objectives and Wayshines were included on the maps to make it easier locate the holes on your in game map.
This first edition covers most of the Ebonheart Pact.
Yellow Hook – Foul
Dark Blue Hook – Ocean
Light Blue Hook – Rivers
Turquoise Hook – Lakes
Dark Blue Hook with Works – Fishing Hole with unconfirmed type.
Note: I am currently collecting data to assess the changes made with patch 4.1.5.
In my twenty years as supply captain for the Seventh Imperial, I learned one absolute truth: provisioning is the same whether feeding yourself or an entire army. — Basic Provisioning Guide by Cloelius Maluginensis.
After reading the Guide to Fishing Tamriel, I found the content lacking sufficient details to satisfy my scholarly curiosity. I wanted more details and it set out to answer my many unanswered questions.
This guide covers fishing in a very comprehensive and organized manner. Fishing results in special achievements (including one of the rarest titles in the game), crafting raw material (including the legendary ingredient for crafting experience potions), and rare sellable fish. The legendary ingredient, Perfect Roe, is currently fetching a high price and harvesting it is a lucrative activity. There are four types of water fish can be found and particular bait must be used at the right location to obtain the best results. Fishing parties looking for rare fish should limit their group to 4 or 5 people. The table below lists the water types and their respective baits. Several tools have been created to make fishing a lot easier.
Ah, fishing, my son. After a hard week of farming, or a long night of being nagged by your wife, there is nothing better than going out for a bit of a fish.
Now just being alone in the wild, listening to the wind in the trees or the waves on the shore, is good enough for most men. Catching anything of worth is typically the furthest from their minds. And of course that means their neighbors and wives think all they did was sleep in the forest. Continue reading “ESO Lore: A Guide to Fishing Tamriel”