Shelling is great!

Posted on November 18th, 2014 by Reel Kind

If you have been thinking of going shelling now is the time! So many strong tides and crazy weather patterns have created great shelling opportunities. Hurry up and call today. Don’t miss out!! 239-249-9878

WELCOME TO REEL KIND FISHING AND TOURS!

Posted on October 5th, 2010 by Reel Kind

IMPORTANT UPDATE:

Recently there have been many people/companies attempting to copy our “Shelling in the 10,000 Island’s” trip.

It is very important that you be a well informed consumer and learn the truth that is hidden from you as the other’s attempt to copy our very special trip. On the Shelling page please take the time to read our caution to consumers which reveal’s the truth about those attempting to copy us as well as the important differences between our trips and theirs. Thank you for taking the time to visit our sight and my wife Bonnie and I hope to win your trust and business. Capt. Jesse and Bonnie Karen

 

Are you looking to have the trip of your life on the water’s of Marco Island, Naples and The Everglades?

Did you know our Guide’s are all retired Florida Wildlife Law Enforcement Officer’s or Florida Master Natuaralist’s?

We have added some great new trips to our menu and want you to enjoy all SW Florida has to offer. Please look around our site and give us a call.

Our Captains strive to make every trip the best trip you have ever had. We know the waters like the back of our hands and work hard to make sure you are having the time of your life.

TAKE A LOOK AT OUR FUN AND AFFORDABLE SHELLING TRIP. HERE

Call today to book your adventure!

239-249-9878 or  click HERE to email 

 

AMAZING SHELLING TRIP EXPERIENCE

On July 5th Capt. Jesse took two parties on one of our early morning barrier island shelling trips. When they arrived the group were met with a female Loggerhead Sea Turtle laying her eggs. They watched the eggs drop and the turtle bury the nest and descend back into the Gulf. A daytime egg laying is a rare once in a lifetime occurrence and we were lucky to share this experience with our customers.

Capt. Jesse admires this female loggerhead turtle laying eggs while Rookery Bay scientist’s document the event.