During a tournament on Kentucky Lake, Mark Menendez had just brought in nearly 25 pounds of bass when cranking king David Fritts approached.
Fritts had also brought a big limit to the scales. But he had a question. Had Menendez sensed that the bass were "kind of swishing" at the crankbait and not aggressively attacking it?
"I asked him about color," recalled the Kentucky pro.
"I said, 'David, have you found another color that they'll quit doing that with that they'll actually ...
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