We have probably all heard that Kevin VanDam was using the Hydrowave Electronic Feeding Stimulator when he won the Classic this year. For that matter, he was the only angler in that area that was using the Hydrowave. This unit has 6 sound patterns that can be put on a continuous loop or on a delay.
The sound itself is what is referred to as “tactile” sound. In other words, these are sounds coupled with vibrations that fish can actually feel. This type of sound is what fish respond to. The sound waves are such that fish can feel, hear and sense them as baitfish activities. This combination of ingredients is what makes the Hydrowave effective.
This unit can be easily mounted on the bow of a boat with either velcro or a bracket. Both are included with the unit. The speaker mounts on the underside of trolling motors via a clamp, which is also included.
The Hydrowave Electronic Feeding Stimulator is priced under $400.00 and is already available for consumers.