Blue Fever Swimmer

Style #SW115
Blue Fever Swimmer - Color Green Mack - View 1
Blue Fever Swimmer - Color Green Mack - View 1
Blue Fever Swimmer - Color Green Mack - View 1
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Style #SW115

Blue Fever Swimmer

Color: Green Mack
Size: 43g, 115mm

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This unique sub-surface bait was designed to be super easy to fish. Just cast and retrieve and the lure does all the work. With its side-to-side swimming action and beautiful color options all your favorite pelagic fish will not be able to resist. Two sizes to choose from, fish the smaller size for quantity and the larger size for quality. These baits are rigged to fish straight out of the box, no need to swap out the rings or the hook.


  • Unique sub-surface bait
  • Side-to-side swimming action
  • Oversized split rings
  • 4X hooks

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Size & Fit


  • Weight: 43 g / 1 ½ oz
  • Length: 115 mm / 4.5 in


  • Weight: 89 g / 3 ⅛ oz
  • Length: 150 mm / 6 in


Custom Designed and Ready to Fish


Oversized Split Rings & 4X Hooks

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How do I choose the right AFTCO Lure?

Fish and fishing conditions are constantly changing. Normally, when the water is on the warmer side, fish will key in on faster moving lures, like the Swimmer. When the water is colder, move to a slower moving lure, like the Hybrid. If the fish are in deeper water, you will need to use a faster sinking lure, like the Crossbreed.


What is the difference between the different lures?

All AFTCO lures are designed to be easy to fish.

Swimmer: This is a sub-surface lure that swims side to side when cranked in. It mimics a swimming baitfish. The Swimmer can be fished in open water, but it is best fished around submerged structure or vegetation.

Crossbreed: These smaller profile, heavier lures can be fished two ways. The Crossbreed works great when fishing in open water by casting it out and retrieving it in. It can be fished as a slow pitch lure with its center weighted design. During the sink, this lure will fall erratically and will get bit on the sink just as much as getting a bite on the retrieve.

Jerkbait: This is a great lure for simply casting and cranking in. If the fish are being picky, try cranking fast a few times, then pause. Keep repeating that pattern as it can often trigger a bite.

Hybrid: There are two ways to fish this lure. You can simply cast and crank it in just below the surface or you can cast it out, let it sink to the desired depth, and wind in. It's best fished around submerged structure or active baitfish.

Digger: This lure is designed to cast and retrieve, however it’s also a great trolling lure. When casting, we find it best to change the speed of your retrieve until you find the speed that the fish are keying in on. The Digger also works great if you cast it out, let it sink to the desired depth, and crank fast on the way up.


What is the max diving depth of the Swimmer?

All current AFTCO lures will sink and can be fished at whatever depth you prefer. The Jerkbait, when cast and simply retrieved will dive up to 4 feet depending on the retrieval speed.


Are these lures designed for Saltwater or Freshwater fishing?

The AFTCO lures were designed and tested in the saltwater, but that doesn’t mean they won’t catch freshwater fish. The Swimmer 115 should be deadly for Stripers, Pike, and Bass.


What are the weights and lengths of each Swimmer?

Swimmer SW115 is 115mm in length and weighs 1 1/2oz or 43g
Swimmer SW150 is 150mm in length and weighs 3 1/8oz or 89g


What species can I catch with the Swimmer?

All AFTCO lures were designed to catch a wide variety of fish including pelagic fish, groupers, snappers, tarpon, redfish, snook, calico Bass, sand bass, and stripers.


How buoyant are the AFTCO Lures? Do they float, sink, or suspend?

All AFTCO lures will sink. The Swimmer, Hybrid, and Jerkbait lures will sink slowly, while the Digger and Crossbreed lures will sink fast.


What is the hook size of the Swimmer?

Swimmer SW115: #1/0 Hook
Swimmer SW150: #3/0 Hook


Can I change the hook?

Yes, you can also swap out the treble hook for a J hook. Note that the swimming action of the lure will slightly change when using a J-style hook.


What color lure should I use?

It’s best to match the color of the lure to the color of the baitfish that the fish are feeding on, a technique known as “match the hatch". In dirty water, it's best to use a more bright colored lure so that the fish can see it better.


What is the best lure size?

In general, you will catch more fish or get more bites on a smaller lure. With bigger lures, you will get fewer bites, but the fish will be larger on average.


Is there a warranty on the Swimmer?

We offer a 12-month warranty against manufacturing defects from the date of purchase. For more information, please visit: AFTCO's Warranty Policy


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