Had a good day fishing for resident silvers and on the way back to the boat ramp checked out a prime SRC area. Found a mile of shoreline where there were pods of SRC on the move chasing after chum fry as they were starting their journey to the ocean. The nearest estuary(Nov. Fall chum run) was about 3 miles away so it looks like the SRC are starting spread out into the Sound. It is getting to be that time of year to checkout your favorite SRC haunts. Sometimes there were 6-8 nice sized SRC slashing on the surface after the chum fry. It was pretty exciting to watch all the surface activity as groups of fry moved with the outgoing tide with the SRC in hot pursuit. If the action was close by, you could see the aproximately 1 1/4 inch chum fry come flying out of the water. Caught some nice sized SRC.