Authentic Florida Stone Crab Lobster Buoys / Fishing Floats Tiki Island Decor For Sale

Authentic Florida Stone Crab Lobster Buoys / Fishing Floats Tiki Island Decor


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Authentic Florida Stone Crab Lobster Buoys / Fishing Floats Tiki Island Decor:
$22.00

Used Authentic Florida Stone Crab Lobster Buoys / Fishing Floats

Tiki Island Decor


4 Used Florida stone crab/ spiny lobster fishing trap buoys/floats washed up and beachcombed from the Florida Keys.


These colorful floats were beachcombed from a Florida Atlantic Coast beach and have been used to mark stone crab and spiny lobster traps in the shallow waters off our coast. Storms and boat strikes often dislodge the buoys from their marked traps in the water. They may have dings, gouges, cracks, paint flaking, barnacles, and/or scuffs from use and weathering in the ocean. They are strung together on a bit of old trapline for easy hanging. You can rearrange the order any way you like.

Two floats measure approximately 7-8" in diameter; two floats measure approximately 5-6" in diameter. May have the original commercial fishery number branded or painted into the foam.


Hang them at your cabana, beach house, tiki hut, porch, patio, poolside, dockside, coastal cottage, seaside bungalow, lake cabin, or anywhere to add a splash of color to your ocean theme or tropical decor.


PLEASE SEE PHOTOS: Last photo shows how a collection might be displayed on a fence (these are not for sale on this listing). Nets in the background of photos are not included in this listing.



We are always adding to the beachcombed collection, so be sure to see our other buoys and floats for sale.


Thank you for looking!



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