The “Florida Spiny Lobster” tells what every crawfish hunter ought to know about his quarry, what equipment he’ll need, where to find them, and how to catch them. It also provides some tried and true recipes for those lucky lobster hunters who get some of these spiny delicacies as far as the kitchen. It also delves into the rules and regulations covering its capture and gives some common sense suggestions on how to safely manage the hunt. In writing the section on the biology of the spiny lobster the author takes great care to keep everything within the grasp of the average reader. Unnecessary scientific terminology is avoided while making an effort answer every question that is likely to be asked about the crawfish. Every lobster hunter is likely to experience some kind of injury while seeking his prey. Fortunately, diving injuries are rarely serious. First aid for the most common minor injuries is covered in the last part of “The Florida Spiny Lobster”.
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About the Author
John Kappes arrived in Miami with his new wife, Annette, in 1960. He taught Biology and Marine Biology in the Miami-Dade County schools for more than 35 years, earning a Master’s Degree in Biology along the way. In the mid l960s, he had his first encounter with the spiny lobster. He was immediately addicted to its delicious flavor and the study of its natural history.