Anglers looking for an edge when trying to catch those larger than life trophy fish, might be interested in a new piece of tackle call the Nano Lure.
The Nano Lure is a new patented robot fishing lure that will swim by itself imitating a real fish. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about this electronic Nano Lure and how it might help you catch those trophy fish.
The Nano Lure has been created to provide anglers with a more realistic fishing lure that once cast creates a realistic swimming action by swimming by itself, to attract those bigger fish.
“Nano Lure has sensors that will activate it when it touches water, once out of the water it turns off. Inside we have a small processor chip that powers 2 electromagnets on opposite sides of the fish, the tail has a shaft connected to a magnet, so as each electromagnet is powered in the precise time the magnet will be attracted to the powered electromagnet causing it to swing the tail that way and in less than a second the opposite electromagnet is powered causing the tail to swing the other way this happens constantly so the tail moves as if it was a real fish.
The fish will go through a set of 3 cycles repeatedly slow, medium and fast then go back to slow and so on as long as it is in the water, once you take it out of the water it will finish its cycle and turn off. Battery life is about 4 to 6 hours of swimming time, each Nano Lure includes an extra set of batteries.”
The Nano Lure is available to back over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website and is available from as little as $22 for a custom painted Nano Lure. So if you think Nano Lure is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help Nano Lure become a reality.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Top News