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Fishing Magnet

Fishing Magnet

Regular price $155.00 USD
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Discover the underworld of the deep waters and unlock the mysteries they behold. Introducing our Super Strong Neodymium Fishing Magnets, designed for heavy-duty use and crafted from rare earth materials. Magnet Fish the river, lake, pond, marina or ravine and discover hidden treasures. For maximum quality and usage, these magnets are available in various sizes, including D20, D25, D32, D36, D42, D60, D70, D75, D80, D90, and D120, to cater to your specific needs. We also have nylon rope for you to add to your order for your complete setup to magnet fish or you can purchase your rope at any local hardware store as well. Explore a new hobby and order your fishing magnet today!


  1. Magnets are made from rare earth materials, so please handle them with care to avoid breakage.
  2. These magnets possess strong magnetic properties, so exercise caution to prevent hand injuries.
  3. They can be easily held or moved across metal surfaces.
  4. These magnets offer permanent magnetic force and a long service life.
  5. Please note that dimensions are measured manually and may have slight errors. Please refer to the actual product.
  6. For shipping convenience, we will disassemble the screws for packaging. When installing the screws upon receiving the package, please handle them gently, as neodymium magnets are fragile. Avoid rough handling during installation.

How to Use Magnets Correctly:

To maximize the effectiveness of our fishing magnets, follow these guidelines:

Use the magnet on a flat and thick iron plate to achieve its maximum pull-out force. Once the magnet is fully attached to the iron plate, it may be challenging to disengage it directly and vertically. In such cases, move the magnet to the edge of the iron plate to facilitate separation.

Avoid using magnets on irregular, curved, excessively small, too thin, or non-ferrous metals. Using magnets on such surfaces may not yield satisfactory results and could be more decorative than functional.

Examples of Proper Use of Fishing Magnets:

  • KNJ90 Tensile Test
  • KNJ60 Tensile Test

These examples demonstrate the strength and capabilities of our fishing magnets in various scenarios.

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