The 14cm scallops are caught with bare hands in France, but why can't the blue lobster be taken away? | Seafood | France | Catching the sea | Crab | Lobster | Food | Outdoor | Today, after a year's absence, I boarded the familiar Lobster Island to see if I could still catch lobster after a year. Today there was a big tide and many people were catching the sea, and I actually found a meter-long eel in the crack of a rock. French blue lobster is abundant in Brittany, but it is not easy to catch a large lobster of the right size. Because of the proximity to the North Atlantic Ocean, there are also a variety of shellfish living here, such as clams and scallops, and scallop beaches were found under the guidance of local islanders, so I picked up a couple of them and took them back to share a seafood dinner with my friends. For more interesting overseas videos, remember to follow Yooupi Food Trail, updated every Sunday.