Just ended a long run of Redfish University trips and looking forward to a quiet weekend in Seaside followed by another packed week of trips next week. The fishing has been great over the past 10 days of trips and our clients have found plenty of steady action with Pensacola’s redfish and speckled trout. As always, we start with the Sebile Bongas at first-light to get the exciting topwater strikes on the flats from the trout and redfish. Lately, there’s been several large groups of jacks that will cruise the flats, but most clients couldn’t care less, which is fine with me. On occasion, an angler will choose to launch a topwater into these jacks and then he’s tied up for at least a half hour which sadly cuts into our time alloted for our targeted species. In any event, we will cover 10-12 areas each morning giving our anglers a wide range of fishing techniques from the shallow flats, to deeper points and deeper/shallow oysters and even some sight fishing if the opportunity exists. This is the diversity and experience that Redfish University clients have come to expect from us. Back with tons of Redfish University excitement Monday morning. Thanks, E Holstman