A Florida Keys man who made $390,000 by illegally harvesting spiny lobsters from artificial underwater habitats has been caught by the claws of justice.
If you’re a Florida Lobster lover, there’s some good news that is not an April Fools joke. Officials say this year’s spiny lobster season is one of the best on record in a decade.
Divers have only about two weeks left before they’ll have to buying their lobsters at the store. The lobster harvest season will end March 31.
Lobster lovers across South Florida are hitting the water for the second day of Florida’s annual two-day lobster mini-season which ends at the stroke of midnight.
Lobster lovers across South Florida rejoicing because when the clock struck midnight Tuesday night, thousands of South Florida divers took to the sea for Florida’s annual lobster mini-season, and officials have dogs on standby to make sure everything runs smoothly.
Grab your tickle stick and get the drawn butter ready. It’s almost lobster mini-season in South Florida and the Florida Keys.
The time for lobster lovers across South Florida to start to salivate. The 2011 lobster mini-season will begin at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday, July 27th and will run until Thursday, July 28th. But, there are some things you must remember if you’re going to go out and try to reel in your catch of lobsters.
Despite repeated studies showing no detectable effects from the BP oil spill, Florida seafood continues to get a black eye in the minds of Florida consumers, according to a poll released Tuesday by the Florida Department of Agriculture.
The lobster mini-season begins at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday, July 29th and runs through midnight on Thursday, July 30th. Limits *Only 12 lobsters per person per day may be taken in Broward and Miami Dade Counties […]