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Ghost Recon: Breakpoint Gone Fishing | Where to find Jade?

If you’ve been playing Ghost Recon: Breakpoint since launch, you’ve probably made your way through the majority of the main missions by now. The Ghost Recon: Breakpoint Gone Fishing mission is an optional side quest that players can accept to earn some extra rewards. One step of the mission will require players to find Jade Stones, which is causing players some trouble. Our guide will tell you everything you need to know about the best Jade location in Breakpoint so that you can complete the Gone Fishing mission as soon as possible.

Ghost Recon: Breakpoint Gone Fishing | Jade Location

Ghost Recon: Breakpoint Gone Fishing

If you’ve accepted the Ghost Recon: Breakpoint Gone Fishing mission, you’ll quickly find out that it’s going to take some time, as you’re required to collect 19 different items. Perhaps the most difficult item to find is the Jade Stones. These stones blend in well with their surroundings and can be very difficult to find. There are actually a couple of Jade locations in Breakpoint, but the one we are going to show you should give you enough stones to complete that portion of the Ghost Recon: Breakpoint Gone Fishing checklist.

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You’ll find the Jade location on the north side of Sun Lake. If you’re unfamiliar with this place, you can find Sun Lake along the southern border (literally along the white border line) of the Whalers Bay region, southwest of Thunder Mountain. Once you land, you’ll need to move along the bank some until you see the first Jade Stone location resting close to the water on the bank. Pick it up and then take a few more steps forward and you’ll find the second Jade Stone on the edge of the water. Once you grab the first two moderately small green stones, take them to Akamai and then head back to Sun Lake and grab another stone from the same location. The easiest way to get back to Akamai is to fly your helicopter, but beware, there is not good place to land and you may destroy the blades on your chopper. Since you’ll only need to pick up three in total, this shouldn’t be too difficult now that you know where to go and will help you get one step closer to completing the Ghost Recon: Breakpoint Gone Fishing mission.