There's plenty to do in England, but some mechanics only come available after you have upgraded your Settlement a few times. The fishing hut can be acquired once your Settlement is Rank 2! It's definitely worthwhile to get as fishing is quite lucrative in Assassin's Creed: Valhalla, so it's worthwhile to catch 'em all!
Assassin's Creed Valhalla Where to find Eels
To find Eels in Assassin's Creed: Valhalla, you must first have the fishing hut in your Settlement to acquire the fishing line. Then you can find Eels in the rivers of East Anglia, mainly in Oxenefordscire Ledecestrescire, Sciropescire, and Grantebridgescire.
Eels are needed for a few things; one is completing the quest given to you by the child outside of the fishing hut, as they will ask you first certain fish to complete quests. The other is for a World Quest in Ledecestrescire, where an NPC is after an Eel for his stew.
There are two ways to catch Eels in England. The first is using the fishing line and being patient, as you'll probably catch many other types of fish at first before you eventually snag one. The other method is finding where the fish are in the river, and shooting at them with the bow and arrow, and hoping you struck an Eel, then dive in to snag your prize.
If you are unsure how to fish, then take a look at our guide. Though like any fish, Eel sells quite well, so it might not be a bad thing to actually fish for the Eel and stock up on whatever you catch for easy money! Sure it doesn't even killing a whole village full of people like raiding does!