Something else a person can do to make a very good "bed" bait, as I call them, is to find a 6 inch piece of #10 stranded building wire. Cut the sheathing off and un-ravel the wire into single strands. Using just one, fold the wire in half tightly so you can insert the folded end into and thru the grub body. Once thru slip a single or two, maybe three, strands of rubber skirt into the loop in the wire and pull it back thru leaving enough skirt strand to pulls some back to adjust the length equally between sides. The trim the strands to your liking. Now toss that "bug" you've created in those beds and see what happens.
The grub alone will drive a bedded fish bonkers when it gets even remotely close. The added legs will replicate a small crawfish or other bed robbing denizen and the fish will attack it with a vengeance.
I'll note here that I have done this on a limited basis. As a rule when fish start bedding I go find something else to catch, like bass. Crappies bed first followed by sunfish so I have a fairly wide period of time that I snoop out the bass with top-waters and frogs as I absolutely love the action on the top. Some of the largest pike of the summer will come while chucking plugs and frogs to the buckets and it is not at all unusual to find walleyes working areas of current in the backwaters by then and when you find one you'll find a mess of them.
Sunfish especially need some extra care while they're on beds. Its too easy to pull mature fish off eggs or away from the fry and I'd rather let these fish get their stuff done to help with the future. Way too many things in nature can raise heck with sunfish while they are bedding and I don't keep many of them for the table so this bass chasing just gives me fishing time while I let the sunfish get the job done.