Always use caution when handling fishing magnets.
Neodymium fishing magnets are more powerful than other kinds of magnets. The incredibly powerful force between magnets can often be surprising to those unfamiliar with their strength and can cause them to quickly attract together with other magnets or metal objects. Improper handling can cause serious pinching or crushing injury. Wear protective gloves when handling magnets. Never handle more than one magnet at the same time and always keep magnets at least 1.5 meters apart.
Pacemakers and electronic devices such as laptops, credit cards, hearing aids, speakers or other such devices can be adversely affected by strong magnetic fields. People with pacemakers should not handle strong magnets and should keep sufficient distance (1.5 meters). Warn others with pacemakers to keep distance from magnets.
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To prolong the life of your magnet, rinse and dry it thoroughly after each use.
Your magnet and rope should be completely dry before packing away. This prevents magnet corrosion and keeps your rope in good condition.
Wash your rope as needed with mild soap and cold water.
Store your gear in a cool dry place, away from direct sunlight.
Threadlocker is a glue applied to the bolt of your magnet. Without threadlocker, the bolt can rotate and become loose when magnet fishing causing you to lose your magnet. Applying threadlocker keeps your bolt secure so you can sling your magnet with confidence.
Magnet fishing demands a lot from a rope. And using that old, dusty rope you’ve had for ages in the shed is a good way to quickly lose your magnet! Your rope will be dragged over sharp rocks and will be heaving up waterlogged finds so you need a reliable rope that won’t snap and that’s durable enough to withstand the rough elements. Our Impact Ropes have been built tough and battle tested by magnet fishers, so you can have peace of mind knowing your heavy finds and magnet are secure.
Never underestimate the power of a good magnet fishing rope! Having the right rope in your arsenal will keep your magnet secure – and will make pulling up finds easier. Your magnet fishing rope should be static with limited stretch and elasticity. This will save you energy when pulling up finds and will prevent rope breakage. Your rope should be robust and developed for intensive use on rocks and sharp underwater debris, while also being lightweight for easier casting.
When choosing a magnet fishing rope, it’s important for your rope’s break strength to be just as strong as the pull force of your fishing magnet. For example, if your single-sided magnet is 1200 lbs, then your rope’s breaking force needs to be a minimum of 1200 lbs. If you’re using a 2600 lb double-sided magnet, then you need a rope with a breaking force of at least 1300 lb. This is because each side of the double-sided magnet is 1300 lb (to equal a combined force of 2600 lb). Your rope needs to be as strong as one side of the double-sided magnet.
A Palomar Knot will secure your rope tightly to your magnet and is the preferred knot to tie for many magnet fishers.
We offer a 10% discount to US military personnel on all of our magnet fishing products. Simply email email@example.com with your proof of service documents to receive a discount code.
Yes! We have an official Rogue Magnetics Partners Program available. We partner with passionate magnet fishers who have established social media channels. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.