New tests by Florida Fish and Wildlife have detected low to medium levels along the Charlotte County coastline.
Algae blooms has plagued Florida off and on for years.
It's known to cause fish kills and breathing problems for people who are at the beach when red tide is present.
It will cause problems for your pets and has been known to kill dogs.
Last July it was claimed "This is our Deep Water Horizon!" as Florida's Atlantic coast became a state of emergency as massive algae blooms attacked North American waters
A smelly, "guacamole-thick" muck is fouling a stretch of beaches promoted as Florida's "Treasure Coast," where lawmakers and residents blame the federal government, saying the algae crisis is fueled by freshwater flows controlled by Army officials to protect an erosion-prone dike.
The blue-green algae is the latest contaminant featured in yearslong arguments over water flowing from Lake Okeechobee, which is critical to South Florida's water supply and flood control systems. Florida Governor Rick Scott declared a state of emergency as blooms of toxic algae plagued beaches along the state's Atlantic coast.
Photo MySuncoast.comIn January this year thousands of dead fish once again washed up along the Suncoast beaches Florida!
The red tide caused respiratory irritation to beach gowers.
Suncoast area beaches had been inundated with dead fish washing ashore.
It is a microscopic algae bloom basically that causes the water to turn red.
It's like basically taking the oxygen away from the fish.
Area health departments and Mote Marine scientists have also issued warnings saying the impact goes beyond the marine life.
"Volunteers reported what they saw and have noticed thousands of dead fish dead fish as well as respiratory irritation which could be coughing or sneezing.
Just last month 81 false killer whales died after stranding themselves off the South Florida coast, see photo above.
Many people said the bee problem has popped up during the past few days.