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Fishing Magnet Buying Guide

Neodymium magnets are the strongest type of magnet available, making them ideal for retrieving or “fishing” metal objects from lakes, rivers, and streams. We offer neodymium magnets in a wide variety of styles and strengths to meet the needs of magnet fishing hobbyists, from beginner to expert.

Important information

about the pulling strength of magnets:

Our neodymium magnets are extremely strong on contact. (Which is why you never want to test a Brute magnet on a flat, metal bridge support…it will be incredibly difficult to remove!)  

Much like technical climbing gear, magnet pulling strength is measured to the failure point under ideal circumstances.   

In the case of magnets an ideal circumstance means full contact to a metal surface, pulling parallel to the eyebolt that’s connected to the magnet.  

When magnet fishing, most items you catch are uneven, curved, corroded, or have painted surfaces. All of which means they won’t allow for an ideal bond.  

That means you want to choose a magnet rated for at least two to four times the weight of an item you're looking to pull up.

Getting Started

Basic Equipment needed:

Magnet with eyebolt

Threadlocker or lock washer

Rope or paracord

Cut resistant gloves (optional, but recommended)

Which magnet best suits my needs?

TOP MOUNT

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DOUBLE SIDED

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PLASTIC CONE COVER

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Cone

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MAGNET KIT WITH CASE

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