I found this spot in st charles where there is a thin rock bank that extends a little ways out creating a big swirl . and right in the middle of it there is a little circle pool where a creek feeds into the river. up the hill there are alot of resturants so I figure alot of food waste gets washed down.(does this sound like a cat producing area??) any way I decided to brave the cold and mud last night and get dropped of with no bait!!! I just figured I would go snag an asian carp,cut it up and have some fresh bait to try this little spot. boy was I bull-headed, I tried for over an hour to snag something and didnt even touch anything. I eneded up just sitting down and having a few colds and watching the beavers do as they do. there were tons of them, in fact when I first got there I walked out to my spot and I thought I saw an asian carp swimming half out of the water like they do and I shined my flashlight on it and SLAP!!!! it whacked its tail on the water,alerting everything around im sure. anyway, I had 2 contradicting thoughts about this 1. I am very happy there is not a SWARM of bigheads swimming around at this spot on the missouri like I always find in the mississippi. 2. I am dissapointed because I think in an hour of snagging I should have at least snagged SOMETHING!! does that mean there are no fish there? if there are catfish there are catfish hard to snag or something? if the creek runs downhill from alot of resturants and bars would there also be alot of cleaning chemicals such as detergents and disinfectants that would send the fish away? does this sound like a good spot? any help would be apreciated!!