Description:Monsoon Lagoon is just off Blue Crescent … and high in the sky above it! Thanks to the combination of exceptionally humid air and the strong updrafts coming from the volcano, this area has become a favorite habitat for all kinds of flying fish! You’ll need a special airborne fishing gear and a whole lot of skill to catch these aeronautic (and astronautic!) species.
Monsoon Lagoon was initially released Jun 26, 2019, and as the description suggests it is in the Farovian Sea above Blue Crescent. As such one will need to use the new flyin chum. All chum, poles, add-ons can only be purchased at the new Farovian Air and Space Team in Fishertonville.
Monsoon Lagoon is an island that was suggested by wrangler Brad Mcclintock in the forums as seen here, with the storyline written by another wrangler Lucy Snyder.
(To see what the island looks like behind the shadows, click here!) (To travel here, click here!)
Wranglers must have unlocked Glacier Bay in Icelantica, before they receive a tip notification to talk with Deckhand Dex in the Sand Bar and Grill at WaterPort which will start the Story of Monsoon Lagoon. For more information please see the spoiler Story page.
Farovian Air and Space Team (FAST) has an old unused hangar within Fishertonville where wranglers will find a fishing shop that stocks all the poles and flying chum they'll need for their fishing adventure across the skies.
Wranglers will need to progress through The Story of Monsoon Lagoon, which is heavily Quest based. You should already have purchased the first Dirigible pole at Ch #4 prior to arriving at Monsoon Lagoon, starting with the first Dirigible pole quest of First Flight. As the first quest requires a pole Level of 16+, this means you will need to fish here a little while before starting the quest and continuing with the story. Progressing through the story will eventually lead to unlocking the second Mission Recovery pole.
All of the fish here are in the sky and requires the use of special Flying Chum.
When starting each new pole, it is recommended to use the Cosmo Cream Chum with its lower chum loss rate due to new poles being weak and having a lot of misses. Otherwise besides the difference in chum loss rate, all three have the same attraction. Check each fish you are after for its chum preference and use accordingly.