I visited two Southsound beaches this morning. They both had chum fry. One had feeding searuns. Here's a few tips on finding chum fry: 1. Be a heron. Go at the turn of the highest tide. Walk the beach slowly and crouch low. Stand in one spot at the waters edge and scan the beach beginning with your feet. Put your poloroids to work as they are very small and tough to see. 2. The fry at one beach were within three feet of the waters edge. At the second shallower beach, they were schooled up in six inches of water. The feeding searuns in the video were small. I caught on on Bob Triggs' Chum Baby. It was only 10 inches and fat. Leland.