The Stardew Valley Walleye is a unique species of fish that players can catch for a few different purposes. But fishing in general can be a bit tricky, primarily because the mini-game involving it can be tough to master for newer players. Even experienced players struggle with it sometimes.
On top of this, certain variable factors affect the requirements for catching the Walleye.
So with this Stardew Valley Walleye guide, we’ll show you exactly how to get your hands on this fish.
Stardew Valley Walleye Guide
Like most fish, the Stardew Valley Walleye can be used to create a few different dishes. But the more important use for this is in two different bundles for the Community Center.
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To access these, you first have to complete at least one Crafts Room bundle.
Night Fishing Bundle:
Quality Fish Bundle:
- Largemouth Bass (Gold Quality).
- Shad (Gold Quality).
- Tune (Gold Quality).
- Walleye (Gold Quality).
Before players attempt to catch the Stardew Valley Walleye, there are a few different factors that have to be taken into account.
How To Catch A Walleye
First of all, this fish can only be found between the hours of 12 pm and 2 am. Plan your activities with this in mind, so you don’t waste the first six hours of the day. Also make sure to bring along some Bait to make the whole process a bit quicker than usual.
Secondly, it has to be raining for the Walleye to become available. Players can try their luck and hope for rain, or they can get their hands on a Rain Totem. This is a unique consumable item that greatly increases the chances of rain on the next day.
You can randomly find these Totems in the Skull Cavern, but a more reliable method of getting this item is to craft it yourself. To do this you have to be at Foraging level 9, with the following components in your inventory:
- 1x Hardwood.
- 5x Pine Tar.
- 1x Truffle Oil.
And finally, the Stardew Valley Walleye can only be caught in the Fall and Winter. If neither of those seasons have come around yet, then maybe prioritize some other fish like the Sturgeon or the Catfish.
But once all of these conditions have been met, head to either the Cindersap Forest Pond and River, Mountain Lake or the Pelican Town River to catch the fish.
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Alternatively if you chose the Forest Farm as your map at the start of the game, you can simply use the pond in your own home. This is easily the most convenient source of Walleye in the entire game, but it requires you to lock yourself into a particular type of farmland.
This has been eXputer’s Stardew Valley Walleye guide.