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Dolphincap,.A setting sun highlights dark rain clouds that collect in the sky as a dolphin cuts through the coffee colored waters from Lake Ochechobee that now flood the once blue green waters of the Gulf of Mexico of the coast of Ft. Myers Beach late Thursday evening. The water has been flushed out of the lake lowering the level in anticipation for an active hurricane season. changing more than the color of the water the lowering of the lakes level has affected fishing by pushing game fish farther offshore. Taking advantage of an evening fishing charter the bottle nose dolphin use the wake from the craft as its own personal playground performing impromptu tricks to ohhs and ahhs seemingly performing on cue feeding off the energy of the tourists crowding the back of the boat trying snap a memento to take home to show their family and friends at home of their boat trip.  Erik Kellar/Staff