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The First Robotic Lure That Catches Real Fish!​

Robotic Swimming Lure

The worlds first self-swimming electronically programmed fishing lure programmed to mimic the life-like swimming patterns of a real fish!

The Robotic Swimming Lure is one of the most interesting and unconventional fishing lures on the market today.

The secret is in the patent-pending front propeller design. It swims, stops, and swims again at random intervals while changing directions, simulating live injured baits with its erratic movements.  This kind of action is invaluable when you cast in a known spot with game fish. Most game fish can’t resist their urges to strike, especially when the robotic lure turns its back and provides multiple opportunities for an ambush.

If you know your games, you know it’s true how much they like to ambush prey. That’s why pro-anglers are going crazy over our Robotic Lure.

Fish in open water under a cork around schooling baitfish. Once in the water for 10-12 seconds, the propeller will activate. Sit back and relax while the Robotic Swimming Lure does the rest!

Never Buy Live Bait Again​

The First Robotic Lure That Catches Real Fish!​​

The Robotic Swimming Lure is a powerful tool; when used correctly, it will catch fish, and catch plenty of them.  However, when misused, just as using a heavy screwdriver doing a hammer’s job, it may work “OK,” but never at the level it’s intended.  So here are some pro tips.

First, try to identify the best area to cast your robotic lure.  As we have suggested before, use a swimming lure to draw game fish out first, then cast your robotic lure for easy hookups.

Second, choose an appropriate length for your leader line.  We recommend a depth up to 30 feet, so do not let your lure to go beyond that. The Robotic lure is best when suspended in mid-water (3~5 feet from the bottom), so your prey could ambush from bottom-up or behind.  You can easily measure the depth using a bobber and a heavy sinker. Adjust the distance between sinker and bobber with every cast, starting relatively short and gradually move up. Cast it to the target area a few times until you see the bobber floating, that’s your depth.

Lastly, fully charge up your Robotic Swimming lure before use.  Leave it on overnight or at least a couple of hours, and always have a spare one available.  The Robotic Swimming lure is also a swimming lure, even without a working propeller.  You can still fish with it as a regular Swimming Lure, just cast, wait a few seconds, reel fast, slow, then pause; rinse and repeat, you’ll be surprised at how effective it performs even without the use of its propeller.