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    Can jewlery be found magnet fishing? Newbie with general questions

    Im a newbie. And i know there isnt a better place to get the inside scoop and true knowledge then here. So i was wondering is jewlery possible at all to get magnet fishing? Has anyone ever found any this way. I have to take a break from detecting because where i live it is getting really popular and its getting hard to find new spots. Also what is the essential gear to bring out when i go. I appreciate all who reply and dont.
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    I guess you could find jewelry magnet fishing if it is made of iron. I prefer gold and silver myself.
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    Welcome to TreasureNet Leftylyons. Good to have you aboard.

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    The only jewelry you could find with a magnet, isnt any kind of jewelry you'd want.
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    The only thing on a good piece of jewelry that would be attracted to a magnet would be the spring in a clasp. Even with a big magnet there's not enough to support the weight. Coins no. Before spending money on a rig, go to someplace like Harbor Freight and pickup a cheap magnet. Try it out on things you have around the house to learn with. If you're in an area you think there might be a lot of fishing tackle try a grapnel. We used to make our own, but you can buy them online or at some of the well stocked fish & tackle stores. Honestly? Over the years I've found twenty or thirty times more valuable goodies "chucking hook" than I've found with magnets.
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    I have seen several videos on u tube that showed individuals finding small hand bags and purses that had either magnetic metal frames or maybe a magnetic item inside and also had some jewelry items in them along with other items.

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    Yes you could if the jewelry was poor quality OR the container the GOOD jewelry was in was magnetic. I have a magnet fishing buddy in Europe who has found probably a hundred safes, and a good many of those believe it or not still have stuff in em. He also throws grappling hooks and they will latch onto a purse bag sometimes

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    Quote Originally Posted by boogeyman View Post
    The only thing on a good piece of jewelry that would be attracted to a magnet would be the spring in a clasp. Even with a big magnet there's not enough to support the weight. Coins no. Before spending money on a rig, go to someplace like Harbor Freight and pickup a cheap magnet. Try it out on things you have around the house to learn with. If you're in an area you think there might be a lot of fishing tackle try a grapnel. We used to make our own, but you can buy them online or at some of the well stocked fish & tackle stores. Honestly? Over the years I've found twenty or thirty times more valuable goodies "chucking hook" than I've found with magnets.
    I disagree, don't bother with the harbor freight piece of junk magnet, that will not give you a true sense of magnet fishing. That thing will drop anything you find over 5 lbs especially if you don't have a flat connection (sometimes the items are round). My magnet has pulled out 100 lbs items, even a 40+ lbs torque converter which is round and the magnet was not even fully connected. You don't wanna use a weak magnet your first time, you might lose something it sticks to.

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    only junk jewelry i.e plated i.e ferrous metals. precious metals are non ferrous i.e gold silver brass copper and if you're really lucky platinum. i'm not lucky though
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    Precious metals (coins, jewelry, etc.) can sometimes be found in clumps of oxidized iron, if down there long enough. If you're looking in a place with a long history, or the site of a shipwreck, then yes, it's possible. Otherwise, highly unlikely.

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    Harbor freight at one time sold a pretty good magnet..Big with an eyelet on it..I pulled a 55 gallon drum with a bunch of mud in it out of dickinson bayou....
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    If the jewelry is in an iron safe you will be successful. I found some jewelry while scuba diving a lake near the Miami Airport years ago. A bunch of stuff in a pillow case. A few military medals from World War 2 also. I lost it all when I let somebody have it to look over and then it just got away from me. Nothing really valuable however.
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    Yes you can.. Many years back, I was magnet fishing and pulled a small jewellery box up.. It had 3 gold rings, two gold chains and 3 silver chains.. Obviously by themselves the jewellery could not be brought up with a magnet... but the case , having a steel framework under the vinyl, did attach

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    Quote Originally Posted by bartholomewroberts View Post
    Yes you can.. Many years back, I was magnet fishing and pulled a small jewellery box up.. It had 3 gold rings, two gold chains and 3 silver chains.. Obviously by themselves the jewellery could not be brought up with a magnet... but the case , having a steel framework under the vinyl, did attach

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    That's very cool!


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