Want to do some scalloping in Florida? Watch this video for some helpful tips.

Florida's bay scallop season runs from early July to late September on the west coast. Scallops can mostly be found in nearshore seagrass beds from Tarpon Springs to Port St. Joe. You can catch up to 2 gallons of scallops per person per day.

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