🔰【MULTI USE】- Uolor powerful neodymium magnet is great for magnet fishing, lifting, hanging, retrieving applications. Have fun searching for lost treasure in rivers, lakes, wells, canals or ponds. It can also used to hold or fix for your warehouse garage or yard items like eye bolt, screws, hooks, fasteners, adsorption or anywhere you need an incredibly strong magnet
There have been no major reports of magnetfishers failing to observe landowners, local authority regulations concerning outdoor waters, or seeking permissions where appropriate.[6] However it is illegal, and punishable by a ₤25 fine, to magnetfish, or remove any material from canal or inland navigation under the control of the Canal & River Trust in England or Wales, other than the Lee and Stort Navigation, Gloucester and Sharpness Canal, and River Severn Navigation.[7] Trust spokesperson Fran Read stated "Magnet fishing can have its dangers, and consequently it is expressly prohibited by the Trust." An example of this being A news report by ITV Central which included a video of a family recording an incident of one of their children pulling a sawn-off shotgun out of Titford Canal in Oldbury, West Midlands, on Sunday 26 August. They later rang the police and the gun was removed and taken for analysis. [3] The Trust refrains from legal action for first-time offenders.[3]
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.
Magnet is very powerful if you stick it directly to a thick piece of steel. It is a little light for magnet fishing it would grab a piece of metal and I would lose it half way up. I hooked a few big targets and with little force I would lose them. It could have been do to the magnet having rocks stuck to it obviously iron rocks. I am thinking about getting a 1000lb magnet to help with losing targets?
I’m new to magnet fishing. A friend of mine and I go magnet fishing on his boat and he has a set of magnets for me to use. They are round disks about 3 to 3 1/2” in diameter with thick magnets Inside. Three on one side and two on the opposite. Me,being 5 ft 1, 104lb, 41 yr old woman, gets pretty sore after many hours of throwing this set of magnets as far as I can into the middle of the bayou. I decided to buy my own magnets. I had enough extra money for one magnet so I got this one because of the pulling force and figured l could get more later. When it finally arrived, I was so excited and I took it out of the pkg and was like “seriously”? It’s so small, I’m going to get laughed at. I call my friend to let him know my magnet came in and he informed me that his son bought him a new magnet for Christmas. His magnet was more than double the size of mine. I was blushing and told him that size didn’t count and he’d better not laugh at my magnet. Now it’s time to test them out. My magnet is super light and I’m worried about it not sinking with the strong current and undercurrents. Well, in no time at all, I feel it pull to something and stop moving. I start pulling in and whatever I’m pulling on seems really heavy. It was a metal side rail to a bed plus some old cast iron nails attached to it also. I was so excited, I wouldn’t have been able to spell sh*t with three pencils. I ended up pulling more and bigger things than my friends did!!!!
This Master Magnetics retrieving, holding and fishing magnet was designed to hold flat steel surfaces, nails, hand tools, keys, knives and other ferrous items on contact. Use it indoors in craft rooms and studios as a retrieving magnet for lost pins, needles and wire bits. It’s also ideal for outdoor uses to find stray nails, bolts, screws, horseshoe nails, springs, ammunition casings and other various ferrous metal items before they puncture tires, injure feet or harm pets and livestock. Attach a rope to the eyelet of the included bolt, and use this strong fishing magnet to pull metal objects from tanks, barrels, lakes, rivers, ponds and reservoirs; magnet fishing has become a popular activity for safety, investigation and fun. This magnet is capable of pulling 150 pounds in optimal conditions.
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.

I'm glad this magnet is packaged the way it came. A nice cardboard box with a foam insert to hold your magnet in storage AND to keep it away from attaching to any ferrous metal in the vicinity ;-). I haven't magnet fished it yet, but I can tell it will be just what I wanted. Good quality in fit and finish. $35.99 isn't cheap, but this isn't a typical cheap magnet either. I don't think you will be disappointed.

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 magnet.so 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.
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.
In addition to a strong magnet, you will need a good rope as your line. We recommend to get a rope that is at least 50ft in length which would be long enough for shallow water and for fishing in most places. If you know for sure that where you want to fish is very deep, or you want to be able to cast your line far from the water’s edge, then you can use a 100ft rope. When fishing from bridges, then definitely use a 100ft rope.
Sturdy and well made but for magnet fishing I think I'll have to purchase a more powerful magnet. I used a method of basically shrink wrapping a plastic soda bottle over the magnet to help it not get wedged in rocks etc. when pulling it in which worked great - but that may also be why the magnet does not seem as strong.. I figured I'd rather not hook onto something so heavy I would loose the magnet but most objects had to be closer than a 1/2" for the magnet to pick up and most large things I could feel it easily pull off of. Again however that likely could be in part due to the soda bottle but I've lost too many a magnet shore dragging to not have a safeguard (plastic bottle).
Gave it a two because the magnet was great the five casts we got with it. Gave as a Christmas gift and finally warmed up enough to use it and all was fine until the 6th cast. The eye bolt broke off about two or three threads down into the body. Wasn't caught on anything or pulling anything heavy--No bind or anything and was only attached to an old metal milk crate that we could see from the bank. We were able to wade out and retrieve the body of the magnet but it is now useless as I see no way of getting the broken threads out. It is a clean break straight across the threaded part of the eyebolt--no bending or anything. Still using the smaller one that we ordered at the same time and have no problems out of it. same company, etc.
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