Cast or troll this lure for big predators, slow sink and slow retrieve speeds produce an irresistible action
Joints are super strong for most species, but if chasing GTs, kingfish or tuna use single belly or head hooks
About Magic Swimmer SK & SSK:
The Magic Swimmer's unique and natural action sets this superstar apart from all other lures. The thin baitfish body is jointed in three parts to ripple together in rhythmic swimming motion as artificial imitates perfection to make this impostor appear to be the real thing. Swim the lure slow or fast, at your discretion, as allowed by the Magic Swimmer's perfect balance. Its natural swimming action even during steady retrieves is just too much for most gamefish to resist and is equally effective when cast or trolled by an means. It is available in sizes and models for all gamefish from the biggest to the smallest, in fresh or saltwater.
"Okay now, let me share one of my favourite ways to use the magic Swimmer Slow Sinking, which is to use it as a slow sinking twitchbait where you let it sink as you twitch it with little downward twitches of the rod tip. Only twitch a few inches, and it will flip and flop in semi-circles and can easily do an about face 180 degree turn-around when you lightly twitch it. Each twitch of the rod propels the Magic Swimmer into an erratic lunge that signals predators it is weak and vulnerable prey." Patrick Sébile.
That sinking, twitching tactic is the strategic advantage that only the Magic Swimmer has – and what it was designed to do. One of the keys to this action is to twitch it, and then instantly push the rod tip back toward the lure so the lure may complete its irresistible darting, lunging, swerving movement on a slack, not tight line. That's just one of the many ways to catch more fish with the legendary Magic Swimmer.