I was out fishing bedded fish the other day and ended up just leaving almost all my plastics on the deck with me. I would get a tap, It would swim off with my lure not in its mouth, and then drop it. So I would reel in and thread on a new plastic and pitch it back out there. after pissing them off enough and having them see different lures I would get some in the boat, but I had to just let the bait sit in the nest for them to eat it. They committed the most on baby rage craws, small woolyhawgtails, lizards, and jackall flickshake worms. I had them rigged mostly on 1/8oz shakey head jigs.
Often times if you are in clear water you will be able to find a sweet spot on the bed that they respond to most when your lure is there. Also, if they swim off and get spooked easy, they may not be locked on the bed.
Be patient and you’ll get on em.