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Magnet Fishing a Boat Ramp





In this video, I went magnet fishing at a popular boat ramp. I was pretty much the only person out there which made for a very nice day! Enjoy!

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43 comments

  1. 51/52F = 10 to 11C – not cold dear 😉 We've been living with -20's (ie: as low as -29) with wind chills in the mid -30's. Toss a magnet off a dock here and you hear thud 😉

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  2. Fun video! The little bits might be Iron rich rocks like magnetite or hematite.

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  3. just you and those fishes behind you

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  4. I wouldn't tie it to your body, your life is more valuable than a magnet.

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  5. Don't give up magnetfishing maybe the next Penny will be a steel Penny which your magnet will pick up

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  6. Love what you, hope you have a big find this year!!

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  7. I do that also! Amazing those magnets!! I think that round thing was is a large Truarc Ring. There are definitely tools somewhere down there.

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  8. Tie it to the dock not your foot

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  9. Nice Video!Showe my channel from germany 😉

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  10. Hello SD, thanks for the video. Missing you detecting advantures. This was different and interesting… I guess that is cold as you live there. I would love it to be in the 50s. Here in long island NY. 15 and lower. Just had a blizzard few days ago. Knee high snow plus drifts…. But there is always a bright side. My niece and her husband lost a set of keys on the side of his driveway as he was unloading bags of salt… So, first time metal detecting in 6 degree temps in winter. Took me about a hour, but located the keys for them. His boss was very mad at him (company car keys). But happy ending for hi..
    And I thought I was going to have to wait 3 months till spring…. Lol

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  11. Not sure what I thought you might find but I am somewhat surprised at what you did gather. Leaving that area a little cleaner which is always a good thing. I also metal detect, magnet fish and treasure hunt at thrift stores and garage sales. It’s all fun and who knows what treasure you may discover. Enjoyed your video as always. See you again real soon.

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  12. Who knows…maybe some of those "granules" your magnet caught are meteorites. Probably not, but…..Enjoyed your new adventure. Thanks. Maybe next time you'll haul up a Mercedes-Benz.😀

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  13. AWWWWWWW COME ONNNNNNNNNNNNN Ive waited ages to se my next metal detecting class come on Kate get the sand dug up lol

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  14. Muy buenos vídeos y bonito canal, suscripción automática + LIKE un abrazo desde España FELIZ AÑO NUEVO y un 2018 con mucho ORO¡¡

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  15. it is more fun in Canada where coins are magnetic. ATB.

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  16. Tie fishing weights just above your magnet for the ability to drop straight down, 4 ounce sinkers would work.

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  17. Happy New Year She Detector, the wrope you are ussing is verry thick! That,s why the current is taking youre magnet to a other place then you like it to go! I use stainless steel wire when the current is to strong and thinner wrope when there isn,t anny current at all !

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  18. Kool! Something about that rope tide to your leg messed my hole brain up.

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  19. Yeah bridges are definitely the way to go.People get upset and throw valuables outside a car window while going over the bridge, only to regret it later…or on purpose like machetes, knives and guns…hmm sounds like fun but…will finding evidence make you an accomplice Lol 😎 Have fun!!

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  20. G'day, She Detector! Thumps up! We have missed you! Awesome video! Thank you for doing Magnet Fishing on a Boat Ramp! Happy New Year!

    Cheers! :-)🎏😊🎉

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  21. Happy New Year! Not a good idea to tie the magnet to you leg. The magnet is shinny and fish may think it is another fish. If a shark or tarpon takes the magnet bait we just might not see you again.

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  22. Thre you are! I am hands down the worst magnet fishing person in the world. I have been several times lately and found Zippo! Tying the magnet to your foot is a hoot! If someone was to walk up and see the rope in the water and the other end tied to your foot, they might try and talk you out of it! LOL!

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  23. Nice adventure

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  24. Good video. Sorry the first attempt wasn't as great as you expected it to be but the videos are cool to us. Thanks! 😉

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  25. I was just about to ask how cold it was there. It's 26°F here in Gulfport, Mississippi which is insane. Lol

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  26. Happy new year. Thanks for sharing. Jason.

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  27. Good film! It's interesting to watch, thanks!

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  28. magnet fishing, now this is new to me. not something for me in south Carolina. if 50 cold there. its 17 in south Carolina. nice video

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  29. Hey SD, A very Happy New Year to you and hubby. You scared my with tying off to your ankle. I would have tied it to a cleat on the dock…..you never know when a shark, or the creature from the black lagoon might show up and drag you in……lol See ya' on the next video.

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  30. Too thick of rope , dragging your magnet. Use more magnet, smaller dia rope, or long stick. Cheers from fellow mag fisher :p

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  31. I had good luck my first time magnet fishing … Not much luck since lol. Nice video!

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  32. I hope u have a knife to cut that rope just in case something pulls u in

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  33. Nice video to change things up. You never know what you might find magnet fishing. ✌

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  34. Thanks for taking us along on your adventure.

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  35. Looks fun, but most things that stick to the magnet are probably ruined or not worth much.

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  36. nice video!

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  37. happy new years to you an your husband

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  38. We!come back! Happy New Year! Good job magnet fishing, too. Typical crud. Good to have your husband joining you, again. You guys are having a cold winter, too. It finally reached 21 degrees here – the high was 15 yesterday. Stay warm.

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  39. A Happy New Year from europe.A great video and a good attempt for the first time.I use the anchore knot combine with 2 half knotsand hold the leftover toghether with tie raps.Up to the next GL&HH

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  40. 😮

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  41. lots of bits I want to try this!

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  42. Great video.. Happy new years to you and family .. nice to see you again… What we need is a gold magnet…LOL

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  43. Wow, I'm amazed at the amount of little magnetic bits of junk you came up with. I wonder what they all came from. What items of value were you expecting to latch onto? Are fishing reels made of magnetic material? Sets of Keys, without knowing what they belong to, are basically worthless. But, i enjoy your attitude and enthusiasm. Keep up the good work.

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