Elwood (Buck) Perry -- July 10, 1915 - August 12, 2005

Posted by bucksspoonplugs.com on 4/5/2017 to News

Elwood Lake (Buck) Perry, 90, owner and retired President of Bucks Baits of Hickory, died at his residence in Taylorsville, NC, August 12, 2005 after a period of declining health.

Born July 10, 1915 in Hickory, he was a son of the late Robert M. and Ollie Jones Perry. He was a lifelong member of First Baptist Church of Hickory.

Water Color Affects Fishing Success

Posted by Buck Perry on 4/5/2017 to water color

As fishermen, we will find that water color has a greater effect on the degree of our fishing success, or failure than any other water condition.

Most fishermen have the wrong idea about "good-looking" water. They see a crystal clear lake and the reaction is "Oh boy! Look at that beautiful fishing water." Nothing could be more wrong.

What is a spoonplug?

Posted by bucksspoonplugs.com on 4/4/2017 to Spoonplugs

Fishing tackle has one purpose. To find fish and to catch them. The correct tackle enables us to catch more and bigger fish, whether it's a largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, walleye, muskie, pike, striper, white bass, salmon, or other favorite.

Spoonplugs are lures (tools) specifically designed to find productive structure, locate fish, and make them strike. The Spoonplug is unique in many ways.

Structure Must Be Our Fishing Guide

Posted by Buck Perry on 4/3/2017 to trolling

Much of the difficulty of finding and catching fish has to do with the interpretation of water conditions. You and I must use the features (structure, breaks, breaklines, deep water) in a lake reservoir, pond, stream, etc.) as our guide to where the fish will be. These features are to be used at all times, regardless of the weather, season, lake type, or mood of the fish.