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Is magnet fishing legal in South Africa? Yes magnet fishing is completely legal in South Africa.
People of all ages are going on fun filled days of adventure with their family.
Some of the finds people have sent in include old coins, bikes, old railroad and other vintage signs. One customer even managed to find a really expensive diving watch. He fished it out off a pier in Durban. Perhaps it was lost by a surfer – it was even still ticking!
Some people go magnet fishing in search of discarded ammunition and guns from world war 1 and 2.
If you are planning on going magnet fishing in search of such things be extremely cautious. There have been incidents where people have been injured and even died when they pulled out a live WW2 grenade.
One can only wonder how many treasures lay beneath the waters across South Africa.
There are plenty of guns and safes which have been thrown into the water. Probably from robberies and perhaps even murders.
Just last week a 6-year-old South Carolina boy who was “magnet fishing” in a lake caught a locked safe that was stolen from a nearby resident eight years ago.
The waterlogged safe contained some jewellery, credit cards and a checkbook, according to a video of the discovery.
Investigators later determined the lockbox was stolen eight years from a woman who lived across from the lake, the report said. You can read more about that story here.
If you live close to the sea or a river or old dam then you should definitely consider buying one of our quality fishing magnets like the A75 pot magnet here. The purchase of the fishing magnet will more than likely pay for itself in the coins and fishing sinkers alone.
If you find a gun, safe, or ammunition then treat it with the utmost safety and report it to the nearest police station.