Went fishing Sun. The weather was about 50 degrees, with north winds between 15-25 mph. Water is about 8', 3-5' of visibilty, submerged grass beds. Two weeks ago Landon, my son, and I went fishing and caught 16 fish. Weather conditions were about the same as Sunday. We tore them up on black and white crankbaits. Here's the question: I had only one black and white crank, so I gave it to the boy and a tied on a Norman Chartruese and Brown. They would not touch his crank but were all over mine. He changed to a chartruese and black and joined in on the hot action. Everywhere I go, shad are the same color. Silver sides with black back so why were they ignoring the black and white and hitting to chartruese when they wouldn't touch it before. I thought about it maybe being the wobble of the crank, but they were the same brand and style just different colors. Any ideas. We caught 18 with the biggest being 7lbs. Landon caught one that was probably bigger than that but he caught it close to the boat and tried to horse it in instead of letting it make its big run and lost it. Great day!!!!!