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Live California Spiny Lobster, each

Regular price
$51.00
Sale price
$51.00
Regular price
ordering closed
Unit price
per 

Lobster season is currently closed. It runs from the first Wednesday in October to the first Wednesday after the 15th of March.

IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ EXPLANATION OF PRICING BELOW

DESCRIPTION

What California spiny lobsters lack in claws, they make up for in body meat. Compared to Maine lobsters, California spiny lobsters have more tail meat and are sweeter. They’re considered one of the most desirable lobsters in the world, hence the high price tag. They are trap-caught from the waters off Santa Barbara and the Channel Islands and brought straight from the dock to our customers⁠—it doesn't get fresher than that!

These delicious lobsters can be enjoyed with just a little butter, or you can go all out with a decadent Lobster Thermidor dish.

Scientific name: Panulirus interruptus

PRICING

Quantity = number of lobsters

For example, "Quantity: 2" = 2 lobsters

Average weight is 1.3-1.7 lbs each

Current Market Price: $34/lb

Lobster is ordered per piece and charged per pound after pickup. Your online order pre-authorizes a charge for the specified amount. The final charge will be run after pickup based on actual weight.

*We will make every effort to provide you with lobster within the requested weight range, but as they are harvested after your order has been placed, we cannot guarantee specific sizes.

PICKUP & DELIVERY

As this is a live product, please bring an ice chest with ice packs or frozen water bottles. Live lobster should not come into direct contact with ice (fresh water) and should not be submerged in water.

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