Fishing in Stardew Valley can be a bit challenging at first, but with some practice, it can become a fun and rewarding activity. Here are the steps to fish in Stardew Valley on PC:
- Equip your fishing rod: You can buy a fishing rod from Willy’s shop in Pelican Town. Once you have a fishing rod, equip it by selecting it from your inventory.
- Find a fishing spot: Head to a body of water, such as a river or lake. You’ll see ripples in the water where fish are located.
- Cast your line: Stand near the water’s edge and press the right mouse button to charge your cast. Release the button to cast your line.
- Wait for a bite: Keep an eye on your fishing rod, and when it starts to wiggle, press and hold the left mouse button to reel in the fish.
- Catch the fish: You’ll need to keep the fish inside the green bar on the screen while reeling it in. If the bar turns red, stop reeling in for a moment to let the fish tire out.
- Collect your catch: Once you’ve successfully caught the fish, it will be added to your inventory.
- Practice: Fishing in Stardew Valley requires practice to get the timing and technique right. Keep at it, and you’ll become a master angler in no time.
Note that fishing in Stardew Valley also depends on your character’s fishing skill level, so the higher your skill level, the easier it will be to catch fish. Good luck!