Fish use 5 Sensory Systems to Feed
- Sight - fish have good
eyesight but don't see well in poor conditions or at close range.
Cloudy water, dirty water and deep dark water inhibit sight.
- Smell - Important for some
fish but scent trails are narrow and inaccurate for catching prey.
- Sound - Sounds travels fast
in water but it is very inaccurate for predators at close range.
- Vibration - Critical for
general attraction to a region but it is also inaccurate at close
- Electro Sensitivity -
Critical for triggering strikes and enabling fish to exactly locate
and strike their prey.
While sight smell and sound bring
fish to an area, Electro-Location is the primary tool fish use to
determine what and where to strike. Used by over one million anglers
worldwide, the EChip is scientifically & practically to attract
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