Homeowner trying to dislodge her own bathtub clog here. To catch you up, I usually use the short (22-24in?) plastic cleaning tool to get hair clogs out of my bathroom drain pipe. It's not working this time, the clog's too deep or big, so I tried using a plunger, which didn't work. I've moved on to trying a manual drain auger/snake and something's happened that stumped me: I went in through the overflow pipe, it stopped against something hard (which I assumed was the trap/some kind of bend) so I worked at it until it went through... and then it stopped against something metal again. Then, I look down, and the see that it made a wrong turn and ended up at the drain opening. I'm honestly not sure what to try next. I tried again, same results. Not sure how to get it to go down the right part of the pipe. Any advice? Am I missing a technique here? My plumbing experience is pretty limited. Many thanks!