Marine environmental scientist Travis Buck holds a California spiny lobster caught in a traditional hoop net. Nets can’t be taken to a location while free or scuba diving. Divers can catch lobster by gloved hand only.
Marine environmental scientist Travis Buck holds a California spiny lobster caught in a traditional hoop net. Nets can’t be taken to a location while free or scuba diving. Divers can catch lobster by gloved hand only. California Department of Fish and Wildlife
Marine environmental scientist Travis Buck holds a California spiny lobster caught in a traditional hoop net. Nets can’t be taken to a location while free or scuba diving. Divers can catch lobster by gloved hand only. California Department of Fish and Wildlife

Wilson on Outdoors: No nets allowed when diving for lobster

March 04, 2014 06:40 PM

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