I was thinking about my fishing trip last sat. 9-6-08, I got on the water about 4 pm caught bait and was fishing by 5. I had 3 holes in mind to fish, all outside river bends where the depth drops from about 12 to 13 foot of water to 17 to 18 foot, so I fished the 1st one for about 45 minutes, caught a few fish then moved on to the second. The second hole I caught some nice channels and a few small blues, same thing fished about 30 to 45 minutes and moved on to the third hole, were I caught a couple small blues. I decided to go back to the second hole and finish up there since I was getting pretty go action there, I pulled in and dropped anchor, but when the anchor rope tightened I was about 10 to 15 yards above were I was anchored earlier, so what, I put my lines out and the only bites are fiddlers and I finally caught one of them and it was a 3 to 4 pound drum. I pulled up my anchor and drifted down about 10 yards and dropped anchor and now i'm in the same spot I was ealier, cast out and start catching cats. Now thinking about it i'v fished the same types of holes in the past and the only bites were drum and I just picked up and moved on, but know i'm thinking if I would have just moved into the hole a little fearther I might have been on the cats. Has anybody else out there found that the drum are in the front of the hole and the cats just behind them or am I over analizing it.