I mainly fish the Pamlico/Pungo rivers and a few times a year I fish the Neuse. When targeting flounder I will cast net for pogys and use them on C-Rigs and also throw soft plastic and/or gulp. I have always worked the banks, docks, etc. my question is would it be productive to drift (or use the trolling motor as needed) further away for the shore line to catch flounder similar to what some anglers may do at the coast and inlets? With only a wind driven tide I think this is would be totally different than at the coast. I have never seen any other anglers drift fishing away from the shore line in these areas. If so, would it be best to drift at the mouth of creeks or much further out to the channel of the river, say a couple hundred yards or more from shore? I want to try something different that may be easier for taking out the family but with limited time to fish I don't want to waste a day of fishing trying something that is a waste of time. Thanks in advance for any advise.