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16 year-old inventor Jack Danos and his dad Jeff, are trying to revolutionize the way people fish with The Fish Call. 16 year-old inventor Jack Danos and his dad Jeff, are trying to revolutionize the way people fish with The Fish Call. Photo: Courtesy The Fish Call

Not catching fish? Call them in and get your limit.

The tides are wrong, the weather has turned, middle of the day; pretty much the worst conditions you could face for catching fish. 16 year-old inventor Jack Danos and his dad Jeff, are trying to make those conditions a moot point. Their new product, The Fish Call, will revolutionize the way people fish, at least that's their plan. 

The first floating, throwable fish attractor of its kind, The Fish Call, essentially, uses little speakers to recreate the sound of popping shrimp or school fish to attract the entire school right up next to the call. Simply throw the call into the water, tether it off with the attach spool of line, and start fishing near it. Fish will soon start schooling up right next to the product.

The Fish Call is currently on Kickstarter, where backers can be the first to get a call of their own. For more information about The Fish Call, check out their website, thefishcall.com

Would you use The Fish Call to catch more fish? Let us know in a comment below!

 

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