Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Officer Guillermo Cartaya asks a woman scuba diving in Biscayne Bay to get back in her boat before he boards the vessel to perform a routine check on Wednesday, July 25, 2018, the first full day of Florida’s lobster miniseason.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Officer Guillermo Cartaya asks a woman scuba diving in Biscayne Bay to get back in her boat before he boards the vessel to perform a routine check on Wednesday, July 25, 2018, the first full day of Florida’s lobster miniseason. David Goodhue dgoodhue@flkeysnews.com
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Officer Guillermo Cartaya asks a woman scuba diving in Biscayne Bay to get back in her boat before he boards the vessel to perform a routine check on Wednesday, July 25, 2018, the first full day of Florida’s lobster miniseason. David Goodhue dgoodhue@flkeysnews.com

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