Lucky Bug’s Trimaxx lures’ erratic vibration, felt through the fish’s lateral line, is designed to imitate a bait fish in distress. Predators use their lateral line to detect movement from much farther away than they do visually. Stage 1, using feel not just sight, allows our lures to attract fish from a greater distance than other lures.
It is interesting to note that the largest sensory organ on a fish is the lateral line. If fish didn’t have this system, it would be next to impossible to locate food in less than ideal conditions, such as murky water or at night. Fish are able to differentiate between food and non food vibrations, meaning the more erratic the vibration, the more injured and easier to catch the food is.