Tom Eng led a group on Oct 28th to Chico Creek near Bremerton. Despite winds that gusted to 38 MPH the fishing was good at the low tide, and again near high tide. Almost everyone found some chum. Several people returned over the next few weeks with our last trip on Nov 11th. We noticed the color of the chums changing from consistently silver to almost all “moldy” looking. Probably the best fishing was the middle week with huge pods of possibly 100 fish traveling the bay presenting a perfect target for fly casters, and they readily ate our flies. At the beginning we had the place to ourselves but by the end it was truly combat fishing with many gear casting guys, and fewer fish biting.