Freak E-Chip - Hot Whitefish
Freak E-Chip - Sucker
Freak E-Chip - FireTiger
Freak E-Chip - Black Orange
Freak E-Chip - Canadian Crush
Freak E-Chip - Black
Freak E-Chip - Frog
Freak E-Chip ICAST 2018
Freak E-Chip Overhead View
PHANTOM FREAK · TOPWATER
Topwater bait can be fished fast or slow.
Blades churn water and create surface disturbance.
Includes exclusive E-Chip Technology.
4/0 Eagle Claw Hooks.
Large Split Rings.
Available in 7 different colors.
Individually hand painted, factory tuned and tank tested, the Freak, now equipped with E-Chip, is straight-line surface weaponry. A tunable double blade tail section churns water like an outboard motor. It’s irresistibly loud, thanks in part to our engineers who’ve designed the front hook to make periodic contact with the blades. Built torture-tough from a high-impact resin that fishes like Maple joined together by a rugged wire. The Freak is a proven threat when paralleling weedlines, emerging timber, and ripped over points or put on cruise control over submerged weed beds as deep as 15 feet. Fish it fast for a higher pitch, or slow for a deep, bass thumping action.
E-CHIP TRIGGERS STRIKES WITH VOLTAGE OUTPUT
The EChip is the world's first microchip for bait. It replicates the voltage discharged by the nervous system of live bait. Electro-Location is one method fish use to determine what and where to strike.
The five sensory systems fish utilize to feed include:
Sight: fish have good eyesight but don't see well in poor conditions or at close range. Cloudy water, dirty water and deep dark water inhibit sight.
Smell: important for some fish but scent trails are narrow and inaccurate for catching prey.
Sound: sounds travels fast in water but it is very inaccurate for predators at close range.
Vibration: critical for general attraction to a region but it is also inaccurate at close range.
Electro Sensitivity: critical for triggering strikes and enabling fish to exactly locate and strike their prey.
SEE (AND HEAR) THE FREAK IN ACTION!
Learn about our number one selling muskie bait, the Phantom Softail. By the end of this video, you will be able to apply the techniques learned and increase your success rate in hooking up on a giant fish!