The Most Lobster Ever Caught on Film in Florida!

Published on July 28, 2016 under Salt Strong, Underwater

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WARNING: If you have ever been lobstering in Florida before, then this video is going to give you goosebumps…

(And make sure to stick around for the full video as the amount of lobster get thicker and thicker as it goes on)

Can you imagine going scouting for lobster holes and coming across this spiny lobster spot!

And if you aren’t an avid lobster hunter, then here is why this lobster video is so amazing.

Usually, when lobstering in the Florida Keys, you find lobster that are trying to protect themselves behind or under structure like rocks, coral, sunken ships, etc.

And Florida spiny lobster usually aren’t in packs of 100 either…

But as you will see in this video, the lobster are so thick in this area, that they ran out of places to hide.

They are just sitting on the sandy bed waiting to get plucked!

According to the video’s owner, this was in Islamorada, Florida during the 2014 Lobster Mini-Season.

Enjoy!

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Sean Perchalski
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I think this spot is in Florida Bay, Everglades National Park, north of Islamorada. I’ve fished a boat that looks just like that in about 8 feet of water out there. Being in the National Park, no wonder the lobster are so thick.

Randy Pipkin
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pennecamp use to be the same way in the 80 s nowadays you cannot find a lobster in john pennecamp STATE PARK amazing yet heartbreaking

SpinyMike
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Come to … THE MIAMI SPINY LOBSTER TOURNAMENT mini season and see the biggest bug in town.. This years winner was an 8.12lbs.

Mike Ewing
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Call them what you want. I just want the numbers for that spot!

Hayden
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Hayden

listen, fools. These are Florida Spiny Lobsters… NOT crawfish. I love how people pretend to be experts in something they know nothing about lol.

Peter Jackson
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actually they are called coral crays ( as they have horns on their heads ) or painted crays ,,:-)

Wenjea
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Wenjea

THERE are a lot of lobsters under that old boat. THEY’RE almost on top of each other. They are fighting for THEIR own spot under cover.

Karen
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Karen

Thank you Wenjea!!!

Sooz
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Sooz

These guys hang out behind a coastal restaurant called “Beefeaters Bar and Grill” where only the Best in Beef is served.

Sk
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Sk

water is very murky, probably right off a sewer outlet. Lobsters love that stuff

Bill
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Bill

Bet some douchebag went down there and took them all. 

Peter Jackson
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yeah i did they were delichius yummy …thank you 🙂

craig
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craig

There not lobsters there crawfish

Randy`
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Randy`

They are spiny lobsters. Oh, and if you are hoping to look smart you should probably learn how to spell “their”!

Lob Man
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Lob Man

They’re or They are, not there or their.  Both of you…

Terry Meehan
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Terry Meehan

Wrong again Randy!They’re not lobsters
(they are not).They’re crawfish.I had nuns in catholic school.They spent ALOT of time on spelling!

Chase
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Chase

Well I guess fwc has it all wrong then….I’ve been buying a crawfish endorsement on my spl for years now! I want my money back!!

Yumyummz
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Yumyummz

Craig, Randy, and all the other “wanna-be” English speaker…it should “they are”… not “there” and not “their”. Noobz!

mowie man
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mowie man

actually cray fish or crays ..