Went to Kerr Lake on Saturday....needless to say there were boats everywhere so it made the fishing a little bit tough. But we still managed to land a couple of blues drifting...most fish came from one hump about 15-20 feet deep and were caught on live bream...nothing big, biggest fish was 7-8 pounds....Fish were caught in the AM, and once the sun came up and boats came out, the bite turned off. We did however miss several fish which raises a question for me.....how could I increase the hookup ratio? I use circle hooks and usually drift with my rods in the holders with the bait clickers on....when one screams i pick it up and flip the bait clicker off, but it seems like half the time we dont hook up with the fish. Any suggestions? I think maybe we should wait a little longer but its hard not to grab a rod when a bait clicker is screaming! haha....and i dont want to wait too long. I usually try not to "set" the hook. I try to let the circle hook do its job, but it hasnt been working out lately. Another thing I thougth is maybe they are smaller fish and they cant get the whole bream in their mouth? I did get back a couple of baitfish that were completely scaled, so who knows. Any suggestions are appreciated!