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Can fish hear? Yes, fish can hear a long distance underwater. They don't have visible ears, but have two inner ears, and they detect sounds through their lateral line. Basically, the lateral line is their ear.  Can fish determine sounds?  Yes, fish can tell when people are talking, the sound of boat motors, and when something sounds like dinner. How fast does sound travel underwater? Sound travels underwater at 3170 miles per hour; however, sound travels around 740 miles per hour in air. That in itself tells you how important sound is to fish. It is their first and foremost...

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The technique Greg Myerson uses to attract large fish to his bait or lure is called Rattling. In implementing this technique, Greg enables his trademarked Rattle™ fishing tackle to emulate the sound of a crustacean, such as a baby lobster, crab or crayfish. The Rattling technique takes advangage of two dynamics that play well into an angler's hands: sound travels very efficiently in water and hearing is the most pronounced sense among almost all species of fish. The key to successful Rattle Fishing is the proper manipulation of the Greg Myerson™ Rattle tackle, be it a RattleSinker™, RattleBlackfish Jig, RattleFloat or RattleBucktail....

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