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- SWP-S Neodymium Magnets, 1/2 inch dia. x 0.075 inch thick, with 1 1/4 inch square plastic
- BY0X08BR-N52 Rubber Coated Neodymium Magnets
- D-D20H1-N50 Neodymium Magnet, 20x1mm Disc Magnet
- B10x5x5mm Neodymium Magnet, 10 x 5 x 5mm Block Magnet
- D79 Neodymium Magnets, 7/16 inch dia. x 9/16 inch thick
- D12x16mm Neodymium Magnet, 12 x 16mm Cylinder Magnet
- POT07 Series Mounting Magnets and Pot Magnets
- B20x15x5mm Neodymium Magnet, 20 x 15 x 5mm Block Magnet
- C-D5H5-N45 Neodymium Magnet, 5x5mm Cylinder Magnet
- C-D5H8-N35 Neodymium Magnet, 5x8mm Cylinder Magnet
- MM-C-75 Metric Mounting Magnets
- MM-D-60 Metric Mounting Magnets
- BY042 Neodymium Magnets, 2 inch x 1/4 inch x 1/8 inch thick
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- D-D3H1-N50Au Neodymium Magnet, 3x1mm Disc Magnet
1000 Lb Magnet Fishing
1000 lb magnet fishing
1000 lbs Pull Force Strong Neodymium Hippo Fishing Magnet
Do you enjoy searching for lost treasures underwater? Or simply looking to spend some quality time river fishing with the family? Well, you’ve come to the right place!
This listing is for a super-strong Neodymium fishing magnet.
It has a combined pull force of 880lbs.
The countersunk hole allows for various mounting applications, such as hook, knob, screws, or the included eyebolt.
This magnet has a triple layer coating of NiCuNi, which gives it great durability in underwater conditions.
*Please note that the combined pull force of 1000lbs is tested on an unpainted 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.
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
Best Magnet For Magnet Fishing - [2020 Buyer's Guide]
What’s The Best Magnet For Magnet Fishing?
Want to know which is the best magnet for magnet fishing?
The quick answer is: It depends on your budget, how big and strong you want your magnet to be, and what features you need.
You may even need more than one magnet depending on your method and what you’re trying to fish out.
In the following sections, we cover the must-haves that we consider to be the minimum requirements for your magnet fishing magnet and reveal our top magnet picks so you can choose wisely.
Must-Have Features For Your Magnet
Whichever magnet you choose, make sure it has all of these features at a minimum.
Features:Strong Coating (NiCuNi) with A3 Stainless Steel Cover
Fasteners - Countersunk hole & eyebolt
Pulling force at least 500lbs (226kg)
Neodymium Magnet (NdFeB)
Not all magnets are equal.
The magnet to use for magnet fishing should be made out of an alloy of neodymium(Nd), iron(Fe), and boron(b) combined to form (NdFeB).
Neodymium magnets are the strongest type of permanent magnets (which means they create their own magnetic field with no need for electric current) available on the commercial market.
N42 Grade Magnetic Field Strength
Look for magnets with at least a grade of N42.
Without getting scientific, the grade is the magnetic field strength;
for example, if you have two neodymium magnets of equal size, the one with a higher N-grade has a stronger pulling force.
Strong Coating (NiCuNi) & A3 Stainless Steel Cover
You don’t want your neodymium magnet to corrode and lose its strength.
Look for a magnet that is coated in plated nickel(Ni), copper (Cu), and nickel (Ni).
The NiCuNi coating provides protection from corrosion and keeps the magnet from losing its magnetic force.
The A3 grade stainless steel cover encases the entire magnet in one neat and durable package.
Fasteners – Countersunk hole & eyebolt
You want the ability to tie or attach anything to your magnet.
A magnet with a countersunk hole is best so you can screw in an eyebolt, hook, or a regular bolt.
With this, you can attach your magnet to any rig.
Pulling force of at least 500lbs (226kg)
Generally, the bigger and stronger the magnet, the more expensive it gets.
If you’re just starting out, start with a 500lbs capable magnet.
This will satisfy the majority of hauls without feeling like you’re missing out.
500lbs is still a very strong magnet.
If you want to get any magnet fishing job done, then go with an 800lbs (362kg).
If you love the extreme, then go with a 1000lbs pull force (453kg).
If you’re tactical, you can go with a double-sided magnet.
These types tend to have weaker power per side, but they are great if you’re scanning the bottom and will increase the chances of you finding something.
Once you’ve got something big and heavy (hopefully a safe full of gold bullion and diamonds, or a bag full of automatic assault rifles) then you can send in your 1000lbs magnet to help finish the job.
Our Picks Of The Best Magnets
Here are our top picks for the best magnets for magnet fishing that meet our list of must-haves and minimum requirements.
500+ lbs (226kg) Pulling Force
We suggest that 500lbs should be the minimum pulling force to get started, and is a handy magnet to have as your backup.
Not to be under-estimated, this is like your Spiderman of magnets.
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800+ lbs (362kg) Pulling Force
A pull force of 800lbs will lift almost anything so you can’t go wrong with this.
Trusted to always get the job done, this is your Hulk of magnets.
1000+ lbs (453kg) Pulling Force
With a pull force of more than 1000lbs, this is the magnet that Thanos would use if he went up against Magneto.
If you love brute force then this is for you – you’ll dominate and leave nothing for anyone.
The tactician’s magnet for ninja magnet maneuvers.
If strategy and planning is your thing and you believe that “every battle is won before it’s ever fought” then this magnet is definitely for you.
This is like your Dr.
Strange of magnets.
No doubt, it does look strange.
So you can see how each of these magnets have their place in your magnet fishing universe;
you can use them individually or combine their use to create an even more powerful force.
By now you should have a good idea which is the best magnet fishing magnet for you.
Be sure to also check out our ultimate guide to magnet fishing which gives plenty of information about this great hobby.
We hope you enjoyed this article – now get outside and have some fun.
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SERIOUSLY 1000 LB PULL MAGNET
I have used my 400 lb magnet and had it stuck to a metal boat dock leg and had to get a shovel to retrieve it.
a 1000 pound pull magnet if stuck to a flat surface like a car body or large plate metal is very very difficult to remove and in most cases (deep water) is written off as a loss.
They work well in many areas because they can pull the target items from a distance (from the side as it goes by) where the lesser pull magnets cannot.
many items pulled up are very difficult to remove from the magnet and in some cases have had to be taken back home to accomplish that.
The 1000 pound magnets that are two 500 units back to back (two-sided) seem to be better suited and even though they still have difficulties they are much less trouble than the one-sided 1ooo pounder.
What you need for magnet fishing：1000 lb fishing magnet
This one is able to lift approximately 110 kg / 242 lbs and weighs 270 grams.
For tips and tricks when you go magnet fishing, visit this page.
The best rope for magnet fishing
Depending on the magnet you have you need some rope.
First time I was fishing with small magnets I used a fishing line that had a tensile / breaking strength of 6 kg.
But if you have a 110 kg strong magnet, a fishing line is useless in the fight of a heavy object, unless it is a really strong line!!!
The white rope you can see in the picture is just a normal clothesline.
and up to this day, I haven't caught anything which caused it to break.
When I go magnet fishing, I use that rope off the weakest magnet I have, which can carry 55 kg / 110 lbs
The black and orange rope you see is Paracord.
It is a nylon rope used for parachuting. It has a minimum tensile / breaking strength of 550 lbs ~ 250 kg.
It has a core of 7 strands which makes it extremely strong and durable.
I bought 2 x 100 ft.
As you can see I have divided the orange rope into 2 x 50 ft because I often fish in shallow waters.
The colors don't matter at all, but i think the orange rope is easier to find if it breaks at you have to dive into the water to retrieve your magnet.
1050 lb 3mm braided
This braided Honeywell Spectra line has a tensile strength of more than a 1000 lb, almost no stretch and is UV resistant.
It is actually designed for spearguns so it is made for water and is cut and abrasion-resistant as well.
850 lb paracord
This Paracord is 300 lb stronger than the normal Paracord and is made by a US government certified contractor.
Paracord has a low weight compared to its high strength.
At the same time, the rope cannot rot, which means it is perfect for use in water.
15 KN Climbing rope
This very strong climbing rope is designed to hold people up to 300 kg / 660 lbs and has a tensile strength of 15 KN which is equal to more than 3 million pounds.
The rope is thicker than the other two, and you will, therefore, have a better grip on your rope when pulling up heavy treasures.
BEWARE some people on the subreddit, magnet fishing, says, that you should not use paracord at all.
To that, I disagree.
They say it doesn't hold because the knots make the rope weak.
I have used paracord for magnet fishing in more than three years now, and I have NEVER broken the paracord.
You can be unlucky with any rope you buy.
If you do not want to use paracord, I suggest you go with the climbing rope.
Click here to read about how to make strong knots for magnet fishing
My current magnet fishing rig
So the 110 kg strong magnet is fine.
But the setup/rig was just not strong enough to use for magnet fishing.
Yeah, I have caught a lot of funny stuff, but I have struggled and lost lots of heavy things the many times I have been going out to magnet fish.
Therefore I decided to try and make a stronger rig, which would enable me to get heavier things up from the bottom of the lakes.
I bought and Ikea frying pan made from aluminum and stainless steel.
Then I bought three countersunk magnets, 3 bolts and 3 lifting eyes with a thread which suited the bolts.
Then I drilled the holes and placed the magnet.
Shortened the bolts, put them through, and attached the lifting eyes.
And then I was done.
I decided to leave the handle on since I can use it to throw out the magnet fishing rig, and grab the handle when something heavy comes up attached to the pan.
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