Red Dead Redemption 2 Lenny Pocket Watch Location Guide

Help your gang members out and raise their morale by finding the location of a pocket watch for Lenny in Red Dead Redemption 2

The Dutch Van Der Lind gang is a family, and family sticks together. This is why during the course of the story, multiple gang members will ask you to get them particular items, if you come across them. You, of course, do not come across them and have to go especially to find them. One of these errands in Red Dead Redemption 2 is Lenny’s request to find a Pocket Watch for him. These errands will help increase bonding with fellow gang members.

Red Dead Redemption 2 Lenny Pocket Watch Location

Lenny will give you this companion errand in Chapter 2, between 20:00 to 3:00 at day and it can be fulfilled anytime during Chapter 2- Chapter 4. So make sure you locate the Pocket Watch for Lenny during these RDR2 chapters or you will miss the opportunity.

The pocket watch is one of the harder items to find, as it is in the corner of the map. To get the watch, you need to go to a hut in the East of Pronghorn Ranch. The closest town is that of Strawberry, fast travel there and head north until you reach the river.

Turn west and go along the road to the edge of the map, before the ranch. The hut will be on the south side of this road named “Vetter’s Echo”(right above the giant “W” on the map).

Now before approaching the hut, remember there is a bear inside it. You will hear growling so don’t rush in to take shelter, as the beast is already there.

You can easily deal with him using dynamite sticks. Just toss a few in and this will quickly dispose of the bear. If the bear mauls you to death, it will be gone when you respawn… this is a way to save dynamites!

The pocket watch is on a desk with a typewriter on it in the hut. Simply grab the pocket watch and bring it to Lenny next time you meet him in your RDR2 camp.

Lenny offers you a Reward as a sign of Gratitude, and it will increase his morale to donate more to the camp donation box out of his pocket.

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