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Neodymium Retrieval Magnets for Water-Based Searches, 250 lbs Pull Force Retrieving Treasure Hunting Magnet Rare Earth Neodymium Super Strong Magnets, Powerful Neodymium Round Hippo Fishing Magnet, Treasure Salvage Search Permanent Magnet with countersunk hole and eyebolt
Neodymium Retrieval Magnets for Water-Based Searches Specifications:
Size: 2inch (50.8mm) height x 0.6inch (15.2mm) thickness.
Holding Force: 250 lbs
Coating: NiCuNi Triple Layer Coated
Material: NdFeB Magnet + Steel plate + Eyebolt
**Please note that the combined pull force of 250lbs is tested on an unpainted 20mm horizontal steel plate. In situations where it’s mounted vertically or on a painted surface, or where there is partial contact between the magnet and a metal object, the pull force may be reduced.
First of all, let’s understand what magnet fishing is and isn’t! It’s also really important to know the correct technique for your equipment and location, what to expect from it and what to do if things go pair shaped. Learn how to magnet fish is an easy skill but it doesn’t hurt to get the basics down and actually have an understanding of what’s involved. Fishing Underwater Magnet
So first of all let’s define something – using a magnet to fish is not fishing using a magnet! It is more akin to treasure hunting, in fact many treasure hunters mix and match between using a metal detector for land-based treasure hunting and a recovery magnet for water-based searches.
Fish themselves are not magnetic (unless there is some weird breed lurking at the bottom of the sea somewhere) but it has been known for fishermen to attach magnets to their line, but this is not the same thing that we are talking about here. Our hobby involves the use of a strong magnet attached to a reliable rope in order to retrieve magnet items from the bottom of canals and lakes.
This monster magnet is great for:
-River or lake fishing (enjoy a fun time with family or friends!)
-Underwater treasure hunting / retrieving lost or discarded items and historical artifacts
-Holding / hanging tools and/or other items