If you're on Marco Island, you must visit this amazing beach! Once you enter, you'll be staring face to face with a calm lagoon. The water is very brackish, and if you're looking for a place to fish, this is it! Talk to the person who is in the shack who gives rentals in kayaks and paddle boards about the wildlife there, and he should point you to a guy who has fished there for a long time, and has caught many things from Barracuda to very large snook. Don't be afraid to cross, nothing's out to get you, and if you don't want to walk across, walk around! It's a long walk and at night you'll find lots of Fiddler Crabs. If you cross the lagoon, you'll see Sand Dollar spit which even has a Flagged Sea Turtle nest! The beach is magnificent and very long! Depending on how calm the sea is, the water is very clear. At night you'll find many sand bars with sand dollars and- if you look closely sometimes- even stingrays! The most remarkable thing is how little the crowd is there, even when it's the best beach on Marco to me. Plus, if you come at the right time you might see dolphins, which frequently visit there.
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