Expect wild action! These brilliant Pro-Troll Pro Chip Flashers come equipped with the exciting E Chip to ratchet up the feeding instinct, plus advanced Super Spin ball bearing swivels on both ends. Rugged ABS construction gives these attractors the durability anglers expect.
Technology Update: the E Chip The E Chip consists of a small stainless steel tube with a stainless ball inside. At one end of the tube, there is a ceramic crystal. As the ball strikes the crystal end, it produces a tiny electric impulse which precisely duplicates the nerve discharge of a wounded baitfish. This device promises to revolutionize fishing with artificial baits and lures. Its electric nerve discharge gives life to the lure. As predators approach, they can sense the nerve discharges and will attack more often.
Rated 5 out of 5 by spoon201 positive response
I have many types of flashers and from different manufacturers.I have found that these e-chip ones produce more strikes targetting cohoes ,chinook and steelhead on lake Ontario.I use them with flies that i tie by myself.Good to dare to try new material.
July 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by jsk2011 flashers work
a Lot or enough flash for silvers to strike bait or lure , work well behind down riggers for slow troll
May 3, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by WalleyeWhitetailpro Best Flasher
The Prochip Flashers are amazing for salmon and steelhead trolling. We used them mostly on downriggers. We used the GlowWhite color with a white fly which seemed to work very well on both overcast and sunny conditions. These are essential for successful fishing trips for salmon and trout.
January 31, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by KMO1 Cheap
Made of plastic ,floats when you troll.Not what I expected,you should tell consumers what it's made of.
December 8, 2010
They can be fished effectively with a wide variety of setups including downriggers, drop sinkers, dipsey divers and more! The front leader length can be as short as 4' and you will still get an effective tail kick that will attract salmon and provide lots of action to the bait. They can be trolled as slow as 1 m.p.h. and still provide a strong kick. This feature provides a distinct advantage when trolling for mature salmon that will not hit a fast moving bait.