The first day of Spiny Lobster Season was August 6, 2023. I was prepared for a glorious lobster hunt that day with my FWC saltwater fishing and lobster permit in-hand but instead found invasive lionfish. Luck was not going my way as I either ... READ MORE
While most have grown accustomed to the northern lobster featured in T.V. and restaurant chains, Florida waters are home to a different lobster known as the spiny lobster. While not as sweet in flavor as their northern cousin, these lobsters ... READ MORE
Are you heading to East coast or Keys during lobster season? Are you planning on fishing for grouper and snapper more than 3 miles offshore after limiting out on lobster? If the answer is yes both to those questions, then this is the blog for ... READ MORE
Snorkeling and diving are some of my favorite activities that I get to enjoy more often during the summer! The water is warm, scallop season has opened, lobster season is just around the corner and a perfect time for a lesson on dive flag awareness! ... READ MORE
Year-round lobster seasons?! Besides the Caribbean spiny lobster (Pannulirus argus), there are 3 other commonly found species of lobster in Florida, the spotted spiny lobster (Panulrius guttatus), Spanish lobster (Scyllarides aequinoctialis) ... READ MORE
Florida spiny lobster season occurs every year from August 6th-March 31st! Grab some delicious bugs while the season is open and enjoy some fresh from Florida seafood. Read the rest of the blog for information on Florida spiny lobster rules ... READ MORE
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The Caribbean spiny lobster is one of Florida's top commercial seafood species, with an annual $27 million harvest -- but a recently discovered virus is killing the crustaceans and threatening ... READ MORE