FLASHING FISHING LURE
FLASHING FISHING LURES BLINK BLOOD RED -
CATCH MORE FISH!
by Ken Liebeskind
A new lure manufacturer has developed flashing fishing lures with high tech micro-battery components, which make each lure blink automatically while in the water! This blinking attracts predator fish, who mistake the lures for bleeding fish. The lures have been tested in salt and freshwater, from the Gulf of Alaska to Florida lakes, and fishermen in all venues praise these new flashing fishing lures because they catch more fish. The technology is so effective that the state of Wyoming has banned their use.
Flashing fishing lures rely on battery-powered electrical systems that flash red- colored light down a lure's tail when it's moved in water.
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When fish see the blinking lure they mistake it for a bleeding fish, go into the predator mode and attack the lure fiercely. The flashing fishing lures can glow in different colors, which, attracts fish - but the color red seems to be most effective.
Whether or not fish see colors, they respond to the flashing fishing lure, with fishermen claiming big catches immediately after using the lures. "If ever there was an invention to give the fisherman the edge, this is the one," one angler remarked.
Bite Light, a new electronic lure from NGC Sports, www.scientificfishing.com, is based on patented technology that blinks blood red to attract fish. The lure features replaceable batteries that last 100 hours in water. It comes in kits of three for top, middle and deep water.
NGC Sports, the fishing division of NGC Worldwide, a Connecticut company, uses scientific principles to develop flashing fishing lures and other lures that are more lifelike than traditional lures and proven to catch more fish. The company has won awards for its tournament tested lures and has sold millions of them, but not in stores.