You hadn’t been hungry.
But now you hear the dinnerware clanking
Next you feel others
Mmm, you think,
Funny how your
Then how do you think a largemouth bass feels after hearing a school
The same: hungry.
The makers of the HydroWave, who include professional bass anglers, knew this.
They set out to create an electronic device to imitate the sound of baitfish and fish-feeding activities to make the bucketmouths bite for anglers.
Using electronics to create sounds that make fish chomp has been talked about for years, the company says.
But the HydroWave
It delivers Tactile
Tactile sounds can be
For a sound to seem natural to fish, all the elements, both sound
That’s because fish “hear” through a combination of ears and the lateral line,
So the HydroWave features Vibration Reactive Technology and Lateral Reactive Technology that’s meant to emit a natural combo of sound and feel.
The HydroWave is made to be simple to use.
It operates with only five buttons to control just a few selectable functions.
Those include powering on and off; picking a pattern to play,
The control unit, measuring 4 inches by 4 ½ inches by 1 ½ inches,
An optional transom mount is available.
The underwater speaker mounts on the trolling motor’s lower unit.
The only wires involved are the speaker wires and the power cord.
The boat’s 12-volt battery powers the HydroWave.
The HydroWave was debuted at the 2011 Bassmaster Classic in February and was set to be on the market by late May.
Pre-orders were being accepted.
For more info, visit the HydroWave Web site.