SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
SPINY LOBSTER SEASON
2020 - 2021

START

The SoCal Spiny Lobster Season starts Saturday, October 3, 2020 at 6am.

END

The SoCal Spiny Lobster Season ends Wednesday, March 17, 2021 at midnight.

10

Maximum number of hoop nets allowed on a vessel, regardless of the number of anglers aboard.

7

Limit of legal lobster allowed to be taken per angler per day.

REGS

Visit wildlife.ca.gov to get the most current fishing regulations and updates.

3.25"

Minimum length of a lobster’s carapace to be taken.

VIDEOS

AMBUSH© SERIES
HOOP NETS

 

Our Ambush Series Hoop Nets are the staple of SoCal Lobster Hooping. These durable nets are designed to catch lobster and crab around Southern California’s harbors, jettys, and islands.

Ambush   |   32″   |   5lbs
Ambush XL   |   36″   |   6lbs
Ambush XLH   |   36″   |   14lbs

STEEP ANGLES
Steep angles offer more volume and even wiggle room for larger lobster.

STEALTH
Stealthy blue-ocean vinyl coating protects the rigid steel frames. Solid welded posts offer stability & durability.

RIGGING
Commercial-grade bridle float and heavy duty harness are included.

BAIT POUCH
Each Ambush Hoop Net is rigged with a built-in patented bait pouch and weighted steel ring.

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Hoopin’ in Deep Water for Spiny Lobster

      Successful anglers constantly adapt to different situations, many times adjusting to varying environmental conditions. This can be a subtle adjustment to the gear you are already using or it may require switching to a completely different setup. Hooping for California Spiny Lobster is no exception therefore Promar made some adjustments. ( Photo: […]

Consejos para la pesca de Langosta

Consejos para la pesca de Langosta   Jeremiah Daluperit Promar | ahí USA – Pro-Staff ¿Te ha pasado por la mente pescar por langosta en las aguas del Sur de California pero solo has escuchado historias de las capturas de tus amigos? Existe una manera en la que puedes disfrutar la gloria de traer a […]

California Lobster Hooping Basics

Lobster Hooping Basics By Jeremiah Daluperit Promar | ahi USA – Pro-Staff If you’ve always wanted to try your hand at catching local lobster but have only heard stories from friends, there is a way you can get in on all the glory of bringing home these tasty ocean bugs and eat like a king […]

Bait & Bait Containers

Bait While there is a lot of discussion as to what bait works best to attract lobsters, we’ve found that an oily type fish such as skipjack, bonito, salmon heads, sardines, anchovies and mackerel, typically work best. Mackerel being probably the most commonly used lobster bait in Southern California, perhaps due to its availability and […]