Shell the out islands north of Captiva ,Cayo Costa North Captiva and the many sandbars all along the coast from on
the beach. Miles of undeveloped beach to shell,most days the surf is gentle with very little wave action,perfect for
wading for shells or for small children swimming ,Snorkel equipment is always on the boat and can be used any
time. There are rock reefs close to shore that hold fish and crab's,shells can be found around the rocks, snorkeling
is a efficient and fun way to find shells. Sightseeing along the way to the shelling beaches gives opportunity to see
many different kinds of wildlife and can be seen up close if you wish to stop. Lunch trips can be combined with
shell,sightseeing,or fishing there are several restaurants that can be reached only by boat  and are popular stops
for boaters, many people will pack picnics for the beach. There is always                ice in a large cooler on the boat
usually does not prevent travel the bay it  provides protection from wind or surf and can be traveled most days
Captain Randys
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Miles of
undeveloped   beach
Sanibel island is located at the west side of Fort Myers Florida and is famous
for shells Captiva island is at the west end of Sanibel and is the end of the road
heading north across redfish pass is north captiva island next is Cayo Costa
Island then Boca Grande North Captiva and Cayo Costa are both great  
shelling  and can only be reached by boat.  
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Live shells are returned to the water unharmed