Warframe – Fortuna Fish Locations and Drops

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Fish Locations and Drops

Warframe - Fortuna Fish Locations and Drops

Locations:

  • 01 – Sapcaddy
  • 02 – Sapcaddy
  • 03 – Eye-Eye, Brickie, Tink
  • 04 – Brickie
  • 05 – Eye-Eye, Tink, Tromyzon, Recaster
  • 06 – Eye-Eye, Tink, Tromyzon, Recaster
  • 07 – Eye-Eye, Brickie, Tink, Tromyzon, Recaster
  • 08 – Eye-Eye, Tink, Tromyzon, Recaster
  • 09 – Eye-Eye, Tink, Tromyzon, Recaster
  • 10 – Brickie
  • 11 – Eye-Eye, Tink, Recaster
  • Cave Pools – Scrubber, Mirewinder
  • Cave Hotspots – Synathid, Charamote

Temp Related Fish:

  • Echowinder – Found in lakes at warm times.
  • Kriller – Found in lakes at warm times.
  • Longwinder – Found in lakes at warn times.

Drops:

  • Sapcaddy – Scrap, Venedo Case.
  • Eye-Eye – Scrap, Rotoblade.
  • Brickie – Scrap, Muon Battery.
  • Tink – Scrap, Dissipator Coil.
  • Tromyzon – Scrap, EntroPlasma.
  • Recaster – Scrap, Neural Relay.
  • Scrubber – Scrap, EXA Brain.
  • Mirewinder – Scrap, Parallel Biode.
  • Charamote – Scrap, Sagan Module. 
  • Echowinder – Scrap, Anoscopic Sensor.
  • Kriller – Scrap, Thermal Laser.
  • Longwinder – Scrap, Lathe Coogulant.
  • Synathid – Unknown.

Notes: No bait was used to get these fish. Also you can see fortuna temp by holding M.

Map / Locations for Fishing

Here is a great map which details lake/pond/cave locations among other things.

Warframe - Fortuna Fish Locations and Drops

The Map of the Lakes and Ponds of Orb Vallis

Warframe - Fortuna Fish Locations and Drops

The Map of the Caves of Orb Vallis, and the Caves which are Best for Fishing

Warframe - Fortuna Fish Locations and Drops

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