Fence locations in Red Dead Redemption 2

If you want to sell off stolen goods and trinkets, then you're going to need to know to find all the Fence locations in Red Dead Redemption 2.


Red Dead Redemption 2 has a lot of moving parts, and players will often hear of vendors or activities long before they can visit or engage. If you’ve been looting the bodies of your foes, chances are you have a big collection of questionable goods in your satchel. Since selling these at a General Store isn’t an option, you need to find and visit a Fence vendor to sell your loot with no questions asked. Below are the locations of all Fence vendors I’ve found in my time so far.

All Fence locations in Red Dead Redemption 2

Below you'll find a list of all the Fence locations that I've managed to find thus far in Red Dead Redemption 2. The locations listed below should be easy enough to reach throughout most points of the story, so be sure to use the maps that we've included below to find your way around.

Fence: Rhodes, Scarlett Meadows, Lemoyne

Rhodes Fence location - RDR2

Just to the north of the town of Rhodes is Fence. Be sure to browse through his stock, as this is the one who sells the recipe to craft Poison Arrows in Red Dead Redemption 2.

Fence: Saint Denis, Bayou NWA, Lemoyne

Saint Denis fence location - Saint Denis

The Fence in Saint Denis is in the northeast part of the city, not far from the Trapper location. In addition to buying your stolen and looted goods, a Fence can craft Trinkets and Talismans.

Fence: Van Horn Trading Post, Roanoke Ridge, New Hanover

Van Horn Fence location - RDR2

The Van Horn Trading Post is a rather small location, but its value is increased due to the presence of a Fence. The Fence is where you can sell your Gold Bars if you’ve done the Jack Hall Gang Treasure quest.

Fence: Emerald Ranch, The Heartlands, New Hanover

Emerald Ranch fence location - RDR2

There is a Fence near Emerald Ranch, and this is one that most players should visit during their time in the story missions. It could even be the first Fence you encounter, depending on how much exploring you do.

If I’m able to track down more Fence locations I’ll add them to the list, but this is a solid start with some convenient locations relevant to the game’s story. For more, visit the Red Dead Redemption 2 walkthrough and guide.

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