FANDOM


FFXV wiki icon

The-Vesperpool-North-Bank-FFXV

Map.

The Vesperpool - North Bank is a hidden fishing spot in Final Fantasy XV. Located in the north of the Vesperpool lake, the player can discover it by swimming to it on a chocobo. It was added in the day one patch. It has a superfish: the Regal Arapaima.

List of fishEdit

AnytimeEdit

NameStaminaPowerSPEXPAPItem obtainedOptimal lures Fishing spots
Risorath Peacock Bass
Risorath Peacock Bass
1300002.122702Bass TeethStinker: Great MalboroThe Vesperpool - North Bank
Lotus Bluegill
Lotus Bluegill
150001.320251Bluegill ScaleThe Vesperpool - East Bank, The Vesperpool - North Bank
Butterfly Bluegill
(Azul Fan Bluegill)
Butterfly Bluegill
500001.324402Bluegill FinGiant Needle 10,000: Gold GigantuarThe Vesperpool - North Bank
Vesper Dace
Vesper Dace
210001.38101Dace ScalesGiant Needle 10,000: Gold GigantuarThe Vesperpool - North Bank, The Vesperpool - Cape

RainyEdit

NameStaminaPowerSPEXPAPItem obtainedOptimal lures Fishing spots
Fan Bluegill
(Red Fan Bluegill)
Fan Bluegill
400001.316251Bluegill FinGiant Needle 10,000: Gold GigantuarThe Vesperpool - West Bank (night/rainy), The Vesperpool - North Bank (rainy)

MorningEdit

NameStaminaPowerSPEXPAPItem obtainedOptimal lures Fishing spots
Regal Arapaima
Regal Arapaima
13000003.54890013Large Arapaima ScalesPoppeck: Chocobo, Stinker: Great MalboroThe Vesperpool - North Bank (morning)

NightEdit

NameStaminaPowerSPEXPAPItem obtainedOptimal lures Fishing spots
Giant Catfish
(Magna Catfish)
Giant Catfish
5500003.4342404Catfish HeartNeedle 1,000: Gold CactuarThe Vesperpool - North Bank (night), The Vesperpool - Cape (night)

QuestEdit

Regal Arapaima is a superfish attracted with the basic yellow chocobo lure. It will appear regardless of weather, but is hard to catch for being very strong and struggling almost all the time when caught. It is advised to use the best fishing line, an upgraded rod and reel, and to have Fishing Level 10. Eating Kupoberry Cheesecake is recommended.

The player should continually tilt the analog stick the way the fish swims, and looking at the fish itself rather than the button prompt can be a better method, although this is not so easily seen if it is raining. The player must be patient and only reel in when the fish is not struggling (the controller doesn't vibrate). Tapping the reel in button can work better than holding it, to save line. There are only short windows for reeling. If the catch proves to be a struggle, the player can continually tap the pause button and adjust the reel/do not reel and direction when the game is paused to save on the line, and nail the correct direction before the prompts even appear on the screen.

GalleryEdit

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.