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Different type of fishing magnets

Different type of fishing magnets

Single-sided fishing magnets comparison

Single-sided fish magnets comparison

Double-sided fishing magnets comparison

Double-sided fish magnets comparison

All-round 360° fishing magnets comparison

All-round 360° fishing magnets comparison


In our FAQ you will find answers to frequently asked questions about magnet fishing, our service or Magnetar’s product range. Still don’t have an answer to your question? If so, please contact us.

I am a starter

Are you starting with magnetic fishing and would you like to find out if this hobby is something for you without spending a lot of money? Our beginner magnets could be the ones for you. 

We recommend fishing with a magnetic pull of at least 150kg / 330 lb. If you are looking for magnets for kids, check out our magnets with a magnetic pull between 80kg / 175 lb and 250kg / 550 lb. The newest magnet for beginners is the ‘Easy fishing magnet’.

As a starter you are not forced to start with a less powerful magnet. You can get magnet fishing with a strong fishing magnet like the Hardcore fishing magnet, which means that you will start in a very good way.

New to magnet fishing? Checkout our Fishing Magnets kits.

I am advanced

These advanced magnets are magnets that have a high magnetic pull and are heavier, which means they will get deeper in the mud. With an advanced magnet you will be ready for anything.

I want the best of the best

These fishing magnets are state of the art. We have invested a lot of time to develop our exclusive magnets. These are the Easy, Hardcore, Terror & The Beast fishing magnets. These are the most powerful magnets and have the highest probability of finding treasures. This is because of the enriching magnetic pull that these magnets have: it’s like a giant ball all around the magnet. The Magnetar classic 550 is the magnet with the highest magnetic pull, but has less chance of catching on to things because of its casing. Don’t forget to checkout our double sided fishing magnets.