We have a live educational exhibits at Snook Bight marina on Fort Myers Beach! Stop in and see what interesting sea life we have to show you! Currently, we have a couple soapfish as temporary residents. I attached a picture of the 2 soapfish we have in the aquarium. A fun fact about these soapfish is they deter potential predators by releasing a slimy,sudsy, toxic body mucus. These fish don’t get very big, maybe a foot tops, and when you are a small fish in big water you gotta be creative otherwise you’ll get eaten! Stop by and see our exhibit that is always changing so you never know what we will have on display! Our dolphin wildlife cruises have been so much fun as usual! The shelling has been really good for this time of year and it only gets better in the Spring! Capt Mike has been reporting a slower redfish bite, but has been doing really well with trout, snapper, and sheephead. September is our slowest month of the year so please call ahead to make sure we have dolphin tours available for when you want to go out as we have lots of boat maintenance scheduled for the last 2 weeks of the month. Thanks for reading and we hope to have you all out with us real soon!
Col360 – Manchester, England said..."Highly Recommended"
The captain was also very well informed about all aspects of nature and was happy to answer lots of questions from our enthusiastic kids.
ColoradoTodd – Fort Collins, CO said..."Great Dolphin Watching!"
Saw lots of dolphins, birds and even a manatee cow and calf at the dock. I thought it was very informative and fun and included a stop on the beach for shelling.
Juliefishman from Ohio said..."Great people, great experience! Would do this again!!"
They went out of their way to make sure we saw some dolphins and also to make our excursion the most enjoyable possible! Wonderful crew!
Gilligan from Illinois said..."Loved the Boat Tour!"
The boat was clean and comfortable. The crew was informative and friendly. The cruise was beautiful