This New Fishing Device Turns Dead Bait Into Live Bait!

By: Joe Simonds on December 13, 2015
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Can you imagine having a robotic fishing lure device that you could place down a dead fish’s throat and have it “come back to life” and perform almost exactly like a live bait in the water?

Well, these four fishing fanatics have created it, and they are about halfway to meeting their Kickstarter goal of getting this brand new device into production and in the hands of countless anglers.

Here are just a few of the unique features on this revolutionary fishing device called the “Zombait”.

  • Completely waterproof up to depths of 200 feet
  • Water activated, so the batteries and the dead fish only move once in the water
  • Corrosion free material
  • Rechargeable batteries
  • Small enough to fit inside of most all dead bait (saltwater and freshwater)
  • Lithium Ion batteries provide 2-3 hours of underwater movement in any dead bait fish

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How Does Zombait Robotic Lure Work?

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The Zombait Kickstarter Video

Here is the video that they have on Kickstarter.

How much does the Zombait cost?

According to the Kickstarter campaign, a single Zombait lure plus rechargeable battery costs $59. They do have higher options to get bundles, etc.

To check out the full Zombait Kickstarter campaign and to help fund this device, click here.

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Another Quick Video of Zombait

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Conclusion

So what do you think of Zombait robotic fishing lure?

Is this the future of live bait fishing or just another thing for anglers to spend their money on and not use enough?

Would you use this?

Personally, I want to see them actually land a big fish using it. It’s one thing to see it in a small aquarium, it’s another to see a sailfish or some other pelagic come up and nail it.

Let us know in the comments.

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The pelagic species WILL sense the electrical current from batteries and it could go either way rejection or full fledged attack.