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TackiBite Fish Call on Shark Tank

Electronic Fish Call - Episode 802 - 9/30/2016

TackiBite Electronic Fish Call
Electronic Fish Call
Seen on Shark Tank Season 8
 The TackiBite Fish Call is coming to the Shark Tank in Season 8 Premiere Episode 801 with an irresistible bait when it comes to catching Sharks. In fact, the Fish Call attracts a variety of fish with different sounds and vibrations to wherever the TackiBite Bobber's located. I've done a fair amount of predator calling for coyote, fox, coon and an occasional cat, but calling in fish? Now that's a new one to me. But it makes perfect sense the same technology recreating different sounds to attract predators, would also work to call in a variety of fish depending on the noise and vibration. Now that's a super-cool and soon-to-be Successful Shark Tank Product that's a "Must Have" for my Shark Tank product collection.

The inventors of the TakiBite Fish Call is Father/Son team Jack and Jeff Danos, from Mandeville, Louisiana, will be appearing together on Shark Tank Season 8 Premiere Episode 801 this Friday night, 9/30/2016. Their patented electronic fish attracting device recreates a variety of natural sounds and vibrations and draws your targeted fish to the area like a magnet. Anyone that's ever went fishing, knows the hardest part is finding their location. With the TackiBite Fish Call, you pick the best place to attract the fish directly to your baits area.

The Danos first introduced their Fish Call on a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter to prove the concept for a better and easier way catching fish using 21st-century technology. The financial goal was set at $10,000.00 to help bring the patented Fish Call to market. On September 17, 2015, exactly one year ago from today (and two weeks before appearing on the Shark Tank Show) the TackiBite Fish Call successfully raised over $112,000.00 when the campaign ended. Over 1100% higher than their original financial goal.

One of the biggest questions asked about using an electronic Fish Call that fish can't help but naturally investigate, is it legal in all 50 States? If the TackiBite Fish Call repeatably attracts nearby fish to certain areas, wouldn't this be considered an unfair fishing advantage? The answer to both questions is yes. The Fish Call's legal in all 50 States because it only attracts fish to certain areas, but you still have to catch the fish. It's also like high-tech chumming using sounds and vibrations to create a feeding frenzy, instead of live bait which would be considered illegal.

Watch the TackiBite Fish Call on the next Shark Tank Season 8, Episode 802 this Friday night, 9/30/2016, and see how many Sharks get attracted to this revolutionary high-tech fishing device.

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