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« Reply #10 on: June 07, 2017, 06:42:40 am »
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A friend's grandson dropped an inexpensive but nice fishing rig from a pier. I tried a magnet and came up with everything else BUT his rig. Later, with my hookah, I dove and found at least a dozen rigs down there, including his. I found tools, lawn chairs, an outboard motor, buckets, car wheels, anchors and a few items I dare not mention here. All fun but the magnet search wasn't the most productive method.



  Yes, All makes and models of fishing gear to be had.   Unless your finds are fresh drops you seldom get anything Serviceable or even repairable by magnet.

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Modern stuff is not so bad. Normally spun aluminum, powder coated so they'll last 6 months under salt water and a couple of years in fresh.

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