Dust off your nets and tickle sticks, South Florida, the 2014 mini-season is around the corner.
A Marathon man is accused of mutilating a turtle and harvesting out of season lobster and undersized stone crab claws.
A man is being held in the Florida Keys without bond on charges that he had a mutilated a sea turtle in his possession and had violated marine regulations.
Two South Florida fishermen were caught red-handed poaching lobster early Wednesday morning, according to officials with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
Central Florida-based Darden Restaurants has decided that Red Lobster is no longer in its plans and will look to spin off or sell the brand.
A Palmetto Bay resident, after expressing concern over a Lobster Zone game at a local restaurant, has been awarded a Lobster Defender Award from PETA who believes the game “belong(s) in the book of bad ideas.”
A woman faces charges for illegally selling lobster tails through Craigslist.
A Pennsylvania man died while scuba diving offshore of Plantation Key, Thursday.
Lobster-lovers getting ready to dive this lobster mini-season, which begins at 12:01 Wednesday morning, are being urged by Coast Guard officials to do so safely.
The time for lobster lovers across South Florida to start to salivate. The 2013 lobster mini-season will begin at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday, July 24th and will run until Thursday, July 25th. But, there are some things you must remember if you’re going to go out and try to reel in your catch of lobsters.