Salmon fishing lures that emit voltage.
Similar technology used on commercial trollers to attract salmon.
Electricity is generated through Lurecharge's anode ring technology.
Proven to outfish a non charged spoon.
The spoons shown below give off .65 volt while being trolled in saltwater.
Two sizes available in the popular patterns for salmon and halibut trolling.
Developed by a commercial fisherman for people who love to fish.
Invented and assembled at Lurecharge in Courtenay, British Columbia.
LURECHARGE DOWNRIGGER ELECTRIC FIELD GENERATOR (DEFG)
The idea is to control the 'fish attracting' electricity surrounding your lures and the trolling field. These compact DEFG units take care of this need. They are an electrochemical cell made up of a stainless steel cathode and a sacrificial alloy anode. A by product of placing the unit in water is a positive voltage reaction which can travel hundreds of feet in water. These units are tuned to same voltage as commercial fishing trollers.
Complete 30" LureCharge DEFG setup using Scotty clips.
.65 Volt .75 Volt
Supertackle is a Canadian distributor of LureCharge inventions and fishing products.