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Useful links:
NOAA: http://www.noaa.gov/
FishWatch by NOAA: http://www.fishwatch.gov/
Massachusetts DMF: http://www.mass.gov/dfwele/dmf/commercialfishing/regulations.htm
Hawaii Importing Regulations: http://hawaii.gov/hdoa/Info/doa_importing
Mass Lobstermen's Association: http://www.lobstermen.com
National Fisheries Institute http://www.aboutseafood.com
Lobster Institute of Maine http://www.lobsterinstitute
Transportation Security Administration http://www.tsa.gov

Lobster Tanks:
Stark Products
http://www.starkproducts.com
Dave Comeau: 508-864-9175

Aquatic Eco:
http://www.AquaticEco.com
Technical Support: 407-598-1401

Marineland
http://www.marineland.com
1-800-322-1266

Starting a new tank system (or rebuilding an empty tank):
For a 50-100 lb tank start with 10-15 lbs of lobsters, this level must be maintained. Adding too much lobster at one time will overload the tank causing the lobsters to die. Every 7 days you can double your capacity.

It's best to purge the lobsters before introducing them into the tank:
Take some of your tank water into a bucket (never wash your buckets with anything but water) and dunk lobsters in for 10 minutes.
Partial water changes will help with ammonia problems.