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CATCH MORE LOBSTERS: Here’s How

CATCH MORE LOBSTERS: Here’s How

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This book begins with the basics of lobster diving and quickly moves into areas of expertise that come only from years of combat with these wily denizens of the Florida Keys.Armed with mask, fins, net and tickle-stick, divers are taught what to look for when scanning the underwater coral landscape. Visual clues to the whereabouts of their prickly prey may be no more that the tip of a slender antenna extending from under a coral ledge. Or a bunch of antennas brisling out of a lobster apartment house. Learning how to look is important the author says. Most divers look down expecting lobsters to be on the lower floor of their habitats. Not always. You learn to investigate a large hollow brain coral by approaching it upside down and looking up through the apertures for the critters crowded on the ceiling. Then you have to figure how to tickle them down and into netting range.If all the usual spots are worked over, look for them in the less obvious places, the places everyone bypasses in their rush to go offshore for the bugs. Where then? The boat channel walls of course. They are often alive with lobsters looking out from their mud holes. But be wary. Often they park Junior on the doorstep and sit behind him. Look for that larger antenna tip. And get them fast because they all have back doors for escape hatches.If the patch reefs are empty because others have been there first, have heart. Those lobsters that escaped may be hiding out around the edges under loose, dead coral. Use a sea sled under boat tow and fly down and find them. It’s not only more fun, but it works.Or go deep for lobsters where you have maybe only ten minutes to find and grab your catch. But bring an extra big catch bag because they are all big and tough and fight like hell. No shorts here; with these super-bugs you won’t cover the fan of their tails with two spread hands!It’s all here in this small but informative book telling you how to find them in shallow water, in deep water and special tactics of the experienced hunters that will make the job easier. After that settle back with a cool one while the pot boils and enjoy a Key West sunset before dipping a forkful of boiled lobster tail into bubbling lemon butter and giving your taste buds a treat that they will stand up and cheer about.

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CATCH MORE LOBSTERS: Here’s How
This book begins with the basics of lobster diving and quickly moves into areas of expertise that come only from years of combat with these wily denizens of the Florida Keys.Armed with mask, fins, net and tickle-stick, divers are taught what to look for when scanning the underwater coral landscape. Visual clues to the whereabouts of their prickly prey may be no more that the tip of a slender antenna extending from under a coral ledge. Or a bunch of antennas brisling out of a lobster apartment house. Learning how to look is important the author says. Most divers look down expecting lobsters to be on the lower floor of their habitats. Not always. You learn to investigate a large hollow brain coral by approaching it upside down and looking up through the apertures for the critters crowded on the ceiling. Then you have to figure how to tickle them down and into netting range.If all the usual spots are worked over, look for them in the less obvious places, the places everyone bypasses in their rush to go offshore for the bugs. Where then? The boat channel walls of course. They are often alive with lobsters looking out from their mud holes. But be wary. Often they park Junior on the doorstep and sit behind him. Look for that larger antenna tip. And get them fast because they all have back doors for escape hatches.If the patch reefs are empty because others have been there first, have heart. Those lobsters that escaped may be hiding out around the edges under loose, dead coral. Use a sea sled under boat tow and fly down and find them. It’s not only more fun, but it works.Or go deep for lobsters where you have maybe only ten minutes to find and grab your catch. But bring an extra big catch bag because they are all big and tough and fight like hell. No shorts here; with these super-bugs you won’t cover the fan of their tails with two spread hands!It’s all here in this small but informative book telling you how to find them in shallow water, in deep water and special tactics of the experienced hunters that will make the job easier. After that settle back with a cool one while the pot boils and enjoy a Key West sunset before dipping a forkful of boiled lobster tail into bubbling lemon butter and giving your taste buds a treat that they will stand up and cheer about.

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