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Article about: I fancy fishing for relics with a magnet. Has anybody had experience of this and what size should I get? There seem to be so many choices. Any advice would be appreciated. Martin

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    I fancy fishing for relics with a magnet. Has anybody had experience of this and what size should I get? There seem to be so many choices.

    Any advice would be appreciated.

    Martin

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    I got this one CSN-60: Countersunk pot magnet 130 Kg Strength (Neodymium magnets) - supermagnete

    Haven't put it fully to the test yet but it seems to be sufficient as long as I'm not going for fishing up submerged tanks or something

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    Quote by slados28 View Post
    I got this one CSN-60: Countersunk pot magnet 130*Kg*Strength*(Neodymium magnets) - supermagnete

    Haven't put it fully to the test yet but it seems to be sufficient as long as I'm not going for fishing up submerged tanks or something
    Looks interesting. I guess if you did end up getting it attached to a tank, 130kg of grip would mean that it would be stuck on it forever?

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    Depending on where it caught on, I'd say probably?

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    Yes i had some experience, i used the big n52 "750kg" magnet. Now it is stuck in something very very heavy on the bottom of the sea. I have not been down there with my scuba gear to control what i have in the end of the line thanks to poor health the last years.

    But it is extremely addicting to fish with a magnet. Just keep in mind that nearly all ammo and explosives were thrown in the sea.

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    I use a MaxiGrab magnet with a lift of 70 kg, its ok but could do with something better.

    I've been advised to send off for one of these:- Super Magneten

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