Of course, choosing the right tool and knowing the laws won't put lobster on your dinner plate. You need to know where to find them. During the day, lobsters dwell in the spaces under rocks and in small caves; they're happy in dark places from which they can look out while having a couple of different escape routes. To spot the lobster, you must dive down and look up and into the caves. We've learned that the larger the cave, the larger the lobster. Often, you need to spend enough time underwater to let your eyes adjust to the darkness; lobsters won't always be on the edge of the caves, and sometimes they're hiding a few feet inside. We find lobsters anywhere from two feet below the surface to as deep as we can free dive, about 30 feet. It seems that the deeper we go, the bigger the lobster. Happy diving.