This Floating Device Emits Sound Waves to Attract Schools of Fish

By: David Ingram - Aug 14, 2015
References: kickstarter & gizmag
Fisherman looking to improve their number of bites, and don't mind harnessing the technology of a fish attractor for a competitive edge, will be happy to hear about 'The Fish Call."

Designed by a father and son duo, the cone shaped floatable device can be thrown into the water like a football, and gives sound waves and vibrations meant to mimic the characteristics of a feeding school of fish. This fish attractor is said to not only attract fish to the area, but also stimulates them to start feeding and therefore makes them more likely to start biting your bait as well.

The inventors credit their patent pending 'TactiBite' system for their device's success, and claim by using computer and hydrophone technology they have created a better and more efficient way to fish.