Fort mYers Beach dolphin and shelling tours

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Well we are finally warming up from a wave of back to back cold fronts. The weather may have made for some chilly boat rides but the front delivered some beautiful shells. Earlier this week and last week we found many whelks, conchs, and tons of other kinds of shells at the beach. Shelling has still been great since. The Erhat family was out with us recently, and their daughter found a beautiful West Indian topsnail, not a common shell we find around here, so that was very special. The dolphins have been abundant and don’t seem to mind the cooler water. The manatees have all been up the rivers warming up as our water temperature on the coast has been around 55 degrees. We are finally getting back to our typical south Florida temps in the upper 70’s!