Fisher and lobsterman Bruno Underwood used to work on a commercial lobster boat, but having difficulty with the long weeks out to sea, he sold his share and began operating on his own. Now, Bruno has dozens of lobster traps or "condos" as they're called scattered around Spanish Wells to collect and sell lobster on his own. Diving down on an air compressor to between 20-40 feet while his partner Therin drives the boat, he lifts the condos to find and harvest lobsters of legal size. He has each condo mapped on GPS to find them easier. When he's done with the condos he will often then go out looking for lobster to spearfish with a hawaiian sling. Spanish Wells, Bahamas.