For your magnet fishing setup, you will need a few things. Similar to fish angling where you have the hook, line, and sinker, with magnet fishing you will need a strong magnet as your hook and sinker, and a rope as your line that ties to the magnet. Where you magnet fish is important to increase the chances of finding metal, and there is also a large element of patience and curiosity needed. Unlike fish angling, magnet fishing provides quicker results in catching anything; you quickly get to know if there’s any metal lurking beneath the surface and be able to reel it in when you feel the magnet cling heavily on to something.
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This thing is no joke. Love that it comes with thread locker. Bought it to find some missing equipment in the river. Something you need to remember when thinking about the pulling force. It depends on the material, shape of the material, how flush the magnet is on it, and the force required to hoist it to the surface. A piece of rebar doesn't require much effort to remove it. A solid flat metal surface and it locks on so hard you need to scrape it off to an edge. I haven't tried to hang 500 pounds from it while attached to a solid surface, but you could probably support your body weight from it. Don't use it to climb anything though. Was able to recover a heavy brake rotor from the river that was not attached flush, so it did what it needed to do. If you lock it flat onto a submerged car in the water, be prepared to lose if you are trying to pull it off with a rope by hand. The biggest challenge is getting a screwdriver onto the screw to tighten the eyebolt. Magnet pulls the screwdriver all over the place.
The best knot to use for magnet fishing is one where it tightens on itself, providing a secure hold on the magnet. Also, the knot needs to be one that is able to bear heavy weight. If you are a fish angler and have a favorite knot, then try using it for your magnet. For first-timers, we recommend the trusty Palomar knot which is very simple to tie and is considered by many to be one of the strongest knots.
WARNING Powerful magnets should be handled with extreme care. Severe pinching and other serious injury may occur. Keep this product away from bank cards, medical devices including pacemakers, magnetic media, electronic devices such as computers, monitors, laptops, televisions, mobile phones and tablets. Magnets might affect water, gas, electric, and other metering equipment. Keep away from children and store this magnet in a safe place when not in use. Please use safely and responsibly.
The super strong neodymium magnet inside the chrome plated steel cup that concentrates the magnetic force at the bottom to give this an almost unrivalled holding power. And this round base rare-earth neodymium (NdFeB) cup magnet is made with A3 steel plate and coated with Nickel-Copper-Nickel to be the strongest type of permanent magnet available. Much longer service life compared to a regular magnet. Quality Certified with ISO9001:2008 under strict quality control
Magnet grades are used to identify how strong a magnet is, and magnet grades range from N35, the weakest, to N52, the ultimate in performance and holding power. When you buy an N52 magnet, you are buying the strongest magnet in that size that is commercially available. Neodymium magnets that are grade N52 are 35% stronger than commonly found N35 magnets.Wukong Brand is a professional manufacturer and distributor of neodymium magnets. All of our neodymium magnets's magnetic grade is N52
I bought this for magnet fishing. I use this and Paracord 550. I wanted something streamlined. Pros: about the size of a baseball in your hand. You can use a small line if Paracord to pull it. You can throw it further. Doesn't sound like a boulder hitting the water. Cons: when they say something can lift 100lbs (or whatever) that means it can drag that weight up into the air. I have found that things wrapped in weeds/branches or stuck in muck need a LOT of force to dislodge. I pulled a chunk of metal out that weighed 25 pounds on land but getting it unstuck took a lot of work. The magnet felt like it broke free easily. I ended up attaching it and lightly pulling/yanking back and forth. I saw bubbles so I know I was slowly dislodging it. Took about 20 min though. So you might be thinking: "I don't see myself needing to drag up a huge heavy item like a bicycle". Problem I found is you don't KNOW it's a bike. You only know you have found something big and your imagination runs wild "it's a lockbox full of gold!" Lol. So in summary if you are just tossing it off the dock it's fun. If you want to pull anything big and unknown you will need something bigger. My fear was a 500lb magnet would get locked into a pipe and I would lose it (or break the Paracord). I didn't realize a full grown man pulling on a rope can exert the force to break it free reasonably easily. This one I can break free with one hand wrapped around the rope, still it's fun though. Hope this helps.
This neodymium round base magnet is made of a super strong neodymium magnet encased inside a chrome plated steel cup. The neodymium fishing magnet is bonded inside of the cup with adhesives. This design forms a magnetic circuit which triples the holding force to 405 lbs! At the same time, the steel cup also protects the fishing magnet from being damaged when frequently used. The eyebolt is provided for easy use but you can replace it with your own designs.