Electronic Fish Attractor

By TactiBite

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TactiBite is better—and smarter—than a fishing lure. It mimics the vibrations and sounds feeding fish make, attracting curious prey fish. They detect the vibrations through the tiny hairs on their body. It works in salt and fresh water, with adjustable sounds and volume for different surroundings.

  • Materials: Plastic
  • Includes clip-in anchor and 20 feet of anchor line
  • Floats and attracts fish
  • Lightweight, easy to use
  • Most commonly attracts Bass, Red Fish, Stripers, Crappie, Trout, Droum Snook, Flounder, Catfish, and other predator species
  • Works in both salt and freshwater environments
  • Uses three AAA batteries (not included)
  • Will run actively for 20+ hours
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 3.5" x 3.5" x 7.8"
  • Weight: 1.75 lbs.

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Brought this for my husband for father's day...we used it last on a fresh water lake...3 fish jumped the entire time we were out. I tried all 3 sounds, volume levels, everthing.....will give it one more try and probably will return it, very disappointed last night in my first attempt. With shrimp and coastal sounds, and only 1 rattle battle, 2 to 1 ratio coastal/freshwater sound....I'd have to drive 4 hours to use it in salt water. Why not more sounds for freshwater use???More > < Less

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Bring the fish to you—without a lure.

About TactiBite

Vibration Bait

Better than a fishing lure, this fish attractor emits sounds and vibrations to spur the fish’s curiosity.

Toss TactiBite in the water near where you cast. It uses a tactile transducer (sort of like a speaker) to replicate the sounds and movements of feeding fish. Nearby fish detect the vibrations through tiny hairs lining their body. Normally those hairs help them locate prey and stay in their schools. In this case, the fish are spurred to move toward your bait.

Maker Jack Danos already had a knack for fishing, but he taught himself 3D modeling to channel his passion into a useful prototype when he was just 15 years old. This would eventually land him an appearance on Shark Tank and a following of loyal customers.

TactiBite comes with three sounds and adjustable volume, so you can properly attract the fish in different settings. Jack recommends using the “Scared Shrimp” for salt water and “Rattle Battle” as your go-to fresh water sound.

Whichever sound you choose, this innovative fishing technique will have the fish moving—and biting—in the right direction.