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How do you fish in harvest moon light of hope?

Asked: Pesca sureña Arg, Last Updated:

To use the rod and fish, face any body of water and press X on your controller. You'll need to leave the reel there. I recommend using at least normal bait (which you can buy at the vendor in the main town square) because it greatly speeds this process up.

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