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Is it legal to fish at night in Florida?

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Florida. There are no particular statewide laws for night fishing in Florida, and you'll have to check for your body of water. While freshwater gamefish can only be taken with a pole-and-line or rod-and-reel, you can take non-game fish at night by bow and arrow, and gigs.

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