TactiBite Fish Call - Electronic Fish Attractor
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- Floats and attracts fish to the area you are fishing - Toss it in and cast near it.
- Bass, Red Fish, Stipers, Crappie, Trout, Drum, Snook, Flounder, Catfish, BlueGill and MANY other predator species
- Produces sounds and vibrations that attract fish
- Includes "Clip-in" anchor
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|Item Dimensions||3.8 x 8.4 x 3.5 in||2 x 2 x 1 in||5 x 5 x 8.5 in||2.55 x 2.55 x 2.55 in|
Floating, throwable electronic fish attractor. Draws fish in to the area where it's floating and dramatically increases your chances of catching! Fish use sensors called "Lateral Lines" to detect the sounds and vibrations of prey and other fish feeding. If you've ever fished with any type of lure, cork, or bobber that rattles, shakes, or spins, you know that sound and vibrations attract fish. We take that concept into the 21st century. 3 user-selectable sounds and volume controls to customize for species, water and wind conditions. Custom anchor clips in for easy storage. They make GREAT GIFTS! Uses 3 AAA Batteries - Batteries Not Included. See more at
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I have been using it for five months and you can see the evolving confidence as I became more familiar with its capabilities as I documented on the kayak hacks fishing channel. I have gone from being deeply skeptical to believing - a perspective shared by my fishing buddy who was there and using the call along with me. In fact, he was convinced before I was as the evidence was plain.
My problem was I was not catching the type of fish I was looking for – primarily redfish. When I used it earlier in the year, it would attract fish, but they were species I was not interested in (pinfish and croakers). But... it was obviously attracting fish. We would deploy the calls and wait about ten minutes... more if we spooked the spot when putting it out... and then start fishing around the call.
Finally, in June/early July, the redfish returned to the back marshes I fish here in North Carolina and I was able to positively verify it works. We would go to the likely channel ahead of the tide timing for the redfish movement, drop the call and back off. Sometimes, the call would be there 30 minutes or more while we waited for the tide to hit the sweet spot - nothing to alert the fish other than the noise. The reds would hang around the target much longer than when we just fished without it. One day, just to be extra skeptical, I did not use the call... nothing. The next day in pretty much the same conditions in the same spot... bingo.
Here's the bottom line - it will attract fish, but there have to be fish within a reasonable distance to attract.
Saw this item on Shark Tank episode so I thought what the hell.....
I've used it everywhere, period. Out on the Seadoo in coves and around islands, docks, stumps, off of cliffs, in both shallow water and deep, and inside my dock slip.....to not much success.
Except once, inside my dock, on a Sunday when the fishies got back from church. It worked like a charm that day. It even attracted the pelicans over to my dock because fish were everywhere. Not just the sand bass, either. I caught blue cats, a couple small largemouths, some crappie, a couple of nice bluegills and even a whale of a gar.
That was a good day.....
But that was a one time event, and I've used it about 20 times.