Where to find all Clay Pigeon shooters in Fortnite

Find out where every Clay Pigeon shooter is located in Fortnite.

Fortnite’s next round of challenges are on the way and this time round Epic Games want us to hunt down Skeet Shooters (those are Clay Pigeons to any Brits out there) hidden across the map. Fortunately for you, we’ve already done the legwork and found them for you. In this article we’ll teach you where to find all the Skeet Shooters or Clay Pigeon Shooters in Fortnite.

Fortnite's Skeet Shooter © Epic Games
Fortnite's Skeet Shooter © Epic Games

Where to find all the Clay Pigeon shootersin Fortnite

Clay Pigeon shooters are small machines which fling discs into the air, waiting for a shooter to knock them from the air (typically with a shotgun). They’re small in Fortnite so could be easily missed, but with our guide you shouldn’t have too much trouble. Here’s where each is located:

  • Clay Pigeon #1 - Pleasant Park - At the house southwest of Pleasant Park.
  • Clay Pigeon #2 - Loot Lake - The northeast corner of the lake where land juts in.
  • Clay Pigeon #3 - Lazy Links/Tomato Town - East of Lazy Links and across the river, or north of Tomato town, on a hill.
  • Clay Pigeon #4 - Shifty Shafts/Flush Factory - This one is located between Shifty Shafts and Flush Factory, along the coast and by a small, broken down house.
  • Clay Pigeon #5 - Pleasant Palms/Fatal Fields - Southeast of Fatal Fields and Southwest of Paradise Palms, within the desert landscape on a steep hill.
© Epic Games
© Epic Games

Check our map of the locations if you’re unsure. Each Clay Pigeon machine has a score next to it which will keep track of how many clay pigeons you’re able to shoot, they start with two scores showing “00” which should be fairly easy to spot.

Once you’re done hunting down Clay Pigeons, why not take a look at our other Fortnite guides? Here’s where to find all the Birthday Cakes for the anniversary event.

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