Question for you experienced drifters.....I fish a tidal river, so I never really drift. I anchor up. However, when I fish a particular shallow bay on the river, there is no current in there, and this past weekend with a nice breeze and lack of fish biting, I decided to let the wind drift me around in there in hopes of covering more water. I use a fish finder rig, approx 24" leader, 10/0 Owner circle hook, and kept the 10oz disc sinker on there too. I let the rig hit the bottom, gave it a reel or two to get it off the bottom, then commenced the drift. I had a huge takedown on each of my two drifts, but they never hooked up. I was just wondering if the way I did it is preventing my chances of hooking up, or just happened to be bad luck that I didn't catch those two fish. Drifting in there is something I want to do more often, as it allows me to cover alot more water. So I want to get my technique right. Thanks for the tips!