Pensacola Inshore Fishing Charters and Instruction at Redfish University. Classes were back in session today and yesterday at Redfish University after Wednesday’s postponed trip due to hazardous weather conditions. One group of clients are new residents to the Garcon Point area and today’s new client just moved to Mackey Cove. Each instructional trip took place in different locations but the results were the same; great instruction and tons of speckled trout and redfish. In both areas, we were met with semi-dirty water conditions and some manageable wind. The wind in the Winter is your friend! So are plastic worm rattles and fish whistles in stained water. Yesterday’s trip was definitely more consistent with nearly 50 quality speckled trip and 8-9 redfish in shallow water. Today was a bit more difficult and spotty but found plenty to keep us entertained. In fact, only one speckled trout this afternoon was under 15″ with most being 18-21″. Baits of choice included Berkley Jerkshads, Berkley Havoc Grass Pigs and Johnson 1/4oz Gold Spoons. Most fish were released and some hit the cooler. Looking forward to tomorrow’s father and son instructional session, taking Sunday off and then Monday-Saturday of next week. Will February be better than January?!?! Epic Winter!!! Thanks again, E Holstman