Pull Out the Masks, Fins and Dive Flags, Spiny Lobster Season Opens August 6

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Don’t forget to use care around corals and other marine life, and care with yourself and other divers

The 2019 spiny lobster season opens with the two-day recreational mini-season July 24 and 25, followed by the regular commercial and recreational lobster season, which starts Aug. 6 and runs through March 31, 2020. (FWC image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The 2019 spiny lobster season opens with the two-day recreational mini-season July 24 and 25, followed by the regular commercial and recreational lobster season, which starts Aug. 6 and runs through March 31, 2020.

“Spiny lobster season is an exciting time of year to be on the water,” said Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) Chairman Robert Spottswood.

“But it’s also a time to remember safety on the water and to remember the importance of taking care around Florida’s important coral reefs.”

Planning on catching some of these tasty crustaceans? Learn more about bag limits, size limits, where to harvest and other regulations at MyFWC.com/Fishing by clicking on “Saltwater Fishing,” “Recreational Regulations” and “Lobster,” which is under the “Crabs, shrimp and shellfish” tab.

Get your license and spiny lobster permit at GoOutdoorsFlorida.com

If bully netting this season, keep lights directed toward the water and avoid shining them at houses or people along the shoreline, and keep sound levels low when near shoreline residences. (FWC image)

If bully netting this season, keep lights directed toward the water and avoid shining them at houses or people along the shoreline, and keep sound levels low when near shoreline residences.

Don’t forget to use care around corals and other marine life, and care with yourself and other divers. Always use a divers-down warning device.

More information on divers-down warning devices is available online at MyFWC.com/Boating by clicking on “Boating Regulations.”

Don’t forget to use care around corals and other marine life, and care with yourself and other divers. Always use a divers-down warning device. (FWC image)

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