With dirty water and rainy conditions, Mitch, Elizabeth and Family found success using brightly colored lures. Here they are holding a couple of largemouth bass. They also caught a few white bass. The fish were good sized as the females are hungry after coming off of their beds.
Sometimes color doesn't matter very much. On this day it did. I learned this lesson years ago on Leech Lake in Minnesota. I was down to the last silver/black colored shad rap. We noticed a cove that began erupting in bait fish. We moved in there. For the next hour, we trolled 4 lures. The lures were all identical in size and action. The silver/black colored shad rap caught all 12 northern pike and walleye. If you're not getting the bites, try changing color. A good thought is to match the bait unless the water is dirty. Then you want bright colors, white, shiny, or flashy.