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Guys

Top site if your a sea hunter.

Steve W - Sorry mate, but its my kind of site.

Big Lobsters.

This should work better, now i'm sober.

Happy Hunting

Paul

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Where are the lobsters, Paul? They're not under photos. If it's spiny lobsters (the kind they get in Florida), they're not nearly as nice to eat as our lobsters, by the way. The New England/New Foundland lobster, which is also huge, is delicious, though.
 

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John

Its sorted now, i must not post when drunk.

Thanks for the comment.

Paul
 

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Now that's a tasty pair.
and the lobby's aren’t bad either
I was wondering what I was suppose to be looking at before.
Didn’t like to say anything as I'm pretty useless on this puter lark.


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<font color='#0000FF'>hey paul,

u diving the wrong wrecks matey.....you wanna see some big one's ,,?


Go have a look on the QUEEN

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Andy

Gona havta come clean, cos i know we've got lots of bigger lobbys than that off Dover, but i do like the way those are mounted.

Actually had a very good dive on the Queen last year, 7m Vis and i got right into the torpedo? damaged area and did not damage my suit. (For those that don't know the wreck its not known if it was sunk by torpedo or scutteling after capture if i remember right. Its a very good WW1 troopship used for the cross channel run. She was captured when empty and sunk by the germans.)

My buddy got a bigun, i only saw big Congas.

Got one twice the size of them on the Anglia 2 years ago. Needed a 35Kg lifting bag to get it to the surface.


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Hi Paul

Obviously you have realised the mistake now?
American and Canadian lobsters are very similar to those found around the UK, but they are a brownish colour instead of varying shades of blue and have speckles on the body/tail section. They are also much softer in texture and not as nice to eat as ours, however they are a bit cheaper. The Canadian and American fishermen only received about 50p per lb for them because they are quite numerous, especially at places like the Grand Banks, etc.
Apart from wrecks and especially the deeper ones, probably the best place to see or/and catch lobsters, is the Farne Islands and around Holy Island, off Northumberland.

Cheers Ron
 
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