Bermuda lobsters are also known as spiny or rock lobsters and can reach up to 14 lbs. They have smaller claws than their Maine cousins.

They are found in our warmer seas and tend to live on our coral reefs.  Often they migrate in long files across the sea floor and migrate by detecting the earth’s magnetic field.  They keep together by contact, using their long antennae.  They enjoy being together, much like Bermudians do with their parties and raft ups!

Lobster season runs from September through March and is strictly enforced.

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