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Lolly’s Look wrote a review Jan 2021
New York City, New York12,278 contributions13,906 helpful votes
We rented a boat and had one of the best days on redfish pass. It’s a beautiful private beach with excellent shelling, soft white sand and calm water.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Dan J wrote a review Oct 2019
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Guide does a great job sharing historical details and interesting anecdotes about Buffalo and the falls. I highly recommend him for your tour of Niagara.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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mmcw9989 wrote a review Apr 2019
Mundelein, Illinois184 contributions23 helpful votes
We stay yearly down here. My husband and family members go down nightly to fish. They do a fish and release. They came back to our unit the other night exhausted. Husband said it was the most fish they have ever caught in one time. All different kinds of fish..they had a blast. They were using lures not live bait even.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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thestonecutter wrote a review Jun 2018
Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin79 contributions7 helpful votes
We did canoeing in redfis pass, watched mischievous sea otters steal lunch off of docked boats as well as canoeing inland waterways across small islands.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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Bill B wrote a review Apr 2018
St. Petersburg, Florida50 contributions28 helpful votes
Redfish Pass is on the north side of South Seas Resort and a great place to take your camera early in the morning, at sunset or at changing tides. The current flows fast in these multi-colored waters flowing to and from the Gulf of Mexico into the bay. Watch many species of birds awaken to get their breakfast or meal just as the sun drops below the horizon. Many a great sunset has been photographed & witnessed here over several decades of spring visits to this awesome and incredible 5 star resort. Obviously the swaying coconut palms sway in the island breezes and make such a romantic sound as their frawns dance upon the wind and bring us back now for almost 38 years. We've seen many changes to the resort all for the better. The resort is near 400 acres in size and manicured like a Disney property. So much to do, see and just relax. Everywhere you turn, the scenery, staff and dining are all 5 star with employees always willing to make your dream days there come true. Check out their website to see all the amenities offered.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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