Fortnite: Catch A Weapon At Stack Shack Guide

Fortnite: Chapter 2, Season 3 has new challenges for Week 6 heading your way. One challenge will send you to a location that isn’t listed on the map. The challenge asks you to catch a weapon at Stack Shack. This guide will show you how to find Stack Shack and what it means to “catch a weapon.”

These challenges have leaked early and aren’t available in Fortnite yet. Check back later this week to try them yourself.

Where Is The Stack Shack?

The Stack Shack is located on the outskirts of the Fortnite Season 3 map, west of Holly Hedges. It’s an island with a single shack filled with fishing gear and loot. There is nothing but water surrounding it so it is hard to miss. You can find it in the A4 tile on the map. Check out the image below for an exact location.

How Do I Catch A Weapon?

Once you’re at Stack Shack all you’ll need to do is grab one of the fishing poles in the barrel outside the building and then go fishing. There are usually several fishing spots, little white splashes of water with fish jumping in an out, scattered around the island. You can’t throw your fishing hook into just anywhere in the water—you need one of these spots. I encountered two when I visited this week.

You’ll need to reel in a weapon (not a fish or other item) though, which isn’t guaranteed. You may have to visit this island multiple times in order to complete the challenge.

What Reward Do I Get For Completing The Challenge?

You’ll get 35,000 experience points for catching a weapon at Stack Shack. Be sure to gas up a vehicle at Catty Corner as well to get closer to unlocking the entire battle pass.

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