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Bought this for fishing and man it work great. I wanted to see how strong it really was so i put it on my metal work bench that weighs around 500 pounds. I lift that bench up with this magnetic. Laughed hard but it was freaking hard to get it off. So note to self, do not put hands under the magnetic because broken or busted fingers will happen. FYI the magnetic starts to pull around three and a half inches.
The heavy duty construction of this magnet features a female threaded steel cup and a threaded eye bolt that attaches directly to the cup instead of through the it can Ensure the use of Security. Lots of Fun for River and Lake Fishing as Vacation and Family Activities. Great for Spending Time with Family Exploring What Can be Found in Rivers, Lakes or Anywhere Else.
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Magnet fishing is suited for people who are curious, enjoy the outdoors, and who are patient. You can be a type of explorer, adventurer, and a big game hunter as your main interest, but the simplicity of just dropping a magnet and reeling it in after you sense the ‘magnetic clunk’ creates the excitement and anticipation of what will be brought to the surface. This excitement will never get old as you explore new places to fish, or quickly stop to drop your magnet when you stumble upon an interesting place. You can spend as little or as much time as you want on this hobby. Remember, you’re always one cast away from finding your next metal treasure.
Magnet fishing (also called magnetic fishing) is a sport/hobby in which a person throws a strong magnet (typically neodymium) into a water source (generally a river, lake, etc.) with the intent of attracting ferromagnetic materials. This mainly includes iron as well as other materials such as nickel and cobalt. Magnet fishing is quickly becoming a very popular hobby.
You need a very strong magnet for magnet fishing. It is best to get the strongest magnet you can carry and tie securely to a rope. Keep in mind that the magnet’s pull force will be at its maximum when the metal object is fully flat against it. During magnet fishing however, a flat contact would be difficult to achieve as objects that have been sitting at the bottom of a lake for a long time tend to accumulate debris (soil, vegetation, rust, algae etc.), and the metal object itself may not be flat – this is why getting a much stronger magnet is advisable to compensate for these irregularities. Remember also that the bigger finds will need a stronger magnet to be pulled out of their longtime resting place, dragged through, and out of the water.