Where do you find the most active magnet fishers?

1.      The Netherlands

Magnet fishing has been around for a while. In 2012 it started as a hype, but the hobby still remains popular. Each summer the number of visitors on our website skyrockets again. Magnet fishing is still very popular in the Netherlands. On Facebook there is a very large group with Dutch magnet fishers. Locations frequented by magnet fishers: Groningen, Friesland, Gouda, Den Helder and the province Brabant.

2.      Belgium

In Belgium the number of magnet fishers also starts to grow. There has been a steady rise since 2014. Belgium is also an excellent country for this hobby, with its many large cities, plenty of waterways and the Polders region where fierce battling took place. These are the most popular regions: Ghent and Antwerp. Belgian magnet fishers also have a nice Facebook group.

3.      Europe

When we take a look at Europe we also see that interest in magnet fishing has increased during the last few years.

In the summer of 2015 there was a large rise in the number of searches for magnet fishing. This means magnet fishing also gains more popularity here. On Facebook there are wonderful stories of magnet fishers who pulled up beautiful finds out of the water. These are not only bikes or coins, but often old finds that have been lying in the water for several hundreds of years. We found ten countries that have large groups of active magnet fishers: Norway, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Scotland, Germany, France, Slovakia, Sweden, Denmark and Poland.

4.      Worldwide

Big countries outside of Europe also show interest in magnet fishing. In Australia, Canada, the US and Russia people practise this wonderful hobby. The hobby is relatively new here but we think magnet fishing will grow to be a sport with worldwide recognition. As it is such an amazing way to spend free time!

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Vismagneet plaatsen België – Nederland

Hier wil ik een overzicht geven van alle bekende plaatsen om te gaan magneetvissen maar wil tegelijkertijd ook de magneetvissers met elkaar in contact brengen door per regio reclame te maken voor de Facebookgroep. Ikzelf ben ook beheerder van een groep. Deze groeperen magneetvissers van zowel België als Nederland. Hieronder vindt u de link.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/261088971064511/

België (met Facebook groep)

In België kent magneetvissen sinds enkele jaren een opmars. Magneetvissen is altijd populair in steden met veel water. Dit kunnen bijvoorbeeld kasteelsloten zijn. Maar ook binnenrivieren, rivieren en meren. Hierbij krijgt u enkele goede vismagneet plaatsen per provincie.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/796687763785868/

Vlaanderen (met Facebook groep)

https://www.facebook.com/groups/141057783005522/

Magneetvissen West-Vlaanderen

Brugge: een mooie stad vol historie en met veel binnenwater. Ideaal om bijvoorbeeld fietsen op te halen. Zowiezo gooien toeristen ook veel geld in het water om wensen te doen uitkomen.

Kortrijk: ook een stad met een groots verleden. O.a. de Guldensporenslag was hier. Ook hier stroomt er een rivier door de stad. Namelijk de Leie.

Magneetvissen Oost-Vlaanderen

Gent: ook een stad met een groots verleden. Ook hier stroomt het water door de stad.

Magneetvissen Vlaams-Brabantvismagneet plaatsen

De Dender is hier een rivier met een groots verleden. Rond de Regio van Aalst is er vroeger ook veel gevochten geweest. Ook zijn hier al meerdere obussen en mortieren bovengehaald.

Nederland (met Facebook groep)

In Nederland bestaat magneetvissen al jaren. Het werd populair in 2012 en de hype houdt aan. Dankzij goede YouTube kanalen blijft de hobby leven. Ook komt het af en toe in de media waardoor er hobbyisten blijven bijkomen. Nederland heeft ontzettend veel rivieren dus het is er dan ook ontzettend populair geworden. Ook hier krijgt u enkele goede vismagneet plaatsen per provincie.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/739199142812629/

Magneetvissen Groningen (met Facebook groep)

https://www.facebook.com/groups/409486502544435/

Er is een Facebookgroep met mensen die regelmatig magneten in Groningen. Het is één van de vele populaire vismagneet plaatsen. Ik zou zeggen voor de Groningers, verenig jullie en zoek samen naar mooie plaatsen. J

Magneetvissen Friesland (met Facebook groep)

https://www.facebook.com/groups/452434905110541/

Hier ook een toffe Facebookgroep. Populaire vismagneet plaatsen zijn Drachten, Dokkum en Sneek. Is ook een provincie met meerdere kanalen.

Magneetvissen Drenthe (met Facebook groep)

In Meppel, Assen en Emmen wordt er regelmatig gevist. Ligt niet aan zee, maar wel veel binnenwateren. Een regio met een groots verleden.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1579342985679831/

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Hier geen Facebookgroep, maar wel enkele mooie steden om te gaan ijzervissen.

  • Deventer
  • Enschede
  • Hengelo
  • Zwolle
  • Ommen

Magneetvissen Flevoland

Heel populaire plaats om te gaan vissen. In bijna iedere stad kent de hobby zijn aanhangers.

  • Almere
  • Lelystad
  • Urk
  • Zeewolde

Magneetvissen Gelderland

Hier zijn Zutphen, Barneveld, Ede en Arnhem de bekendste plaatsen.

Magneetvissen Utrecht

Hele grote provincie met een sterk verleden. Ook hier zijn er enorm veel magneetvissers gespot.

  • Soest
  • Amersfoort
  • Nieuwegein
  • Utrecht
  • Veenendaal
  • Woeder
  • IJsselstein
  • Zeist
  • Woudenberg

Magneetvissen Noord-Holland

  • Alkmaar
  • Amstelveen
  • Amsterdam
  • Beverwijk
  • Blaricum
  • Castricum
  • Den Helder
  • Edam-Volendam
  • Enkhuizen
  • Haarlem
  • Heemskerk
  • Heemstede
  • Heerhugowaard
  • Hilversum
  • Hoorn
  • Huizen
  • Langedijk
  • Oostzaan
  • Purmerend
  • Zaanstad
  • Zandvoort

Magneetvissen Zuid-Holland

Historische stad met enorm veel magneetvissers.

Bekendste plaatsen om te magneetvissen zijn Zwijndracht, Waddinxveen, Schiedam, Rotterdam, Katwijk, Leiden, Leiderdorp, Noordwijk, Hillegom, Gouda en Alphen aan den Rijn. Zeker ook voor de Belgen een aanrader want provincie ligt vlakbij Belgische grens!

Magneetvissen Zeeland (met Facebook groep)

Vlissingen en Middelburg zijn hier de place to be om te magneetvissen. Verder niet zoveel aanhangers.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1571078539859442/

Magneetvissen Noord-Brabant (met Facebook groep)vismagneet plaatsen

Historisch gebied met veel gemeentes. Zeker een mooi gebied om die magneet eens uit te werpen. Ook een mooie Facebook groep vindt u hier: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1021962084574841/

Magneetvissen Limburg

Een prachtige provincie met enorm veel rivieren. Bijvoorbeeld de Worm, de Jeker, de Geul en de Gulp. Kerkrade en Venlo vormen samen de populairste gebieden om te metaalvissen.

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A magnet fisher’s DNA

I have had so many people come by. And have send a fishing magnet to so many people. But I would like to know who the average magnet fisher is. I did some research on the internet and on my webshop. These are the most important results.

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  • War (highly interested, especially in the first and second WW)
  • History (i.e. prehistoric times and Middle Ages)
  • Metall detector/metall detection
  • Fishing
  • Archaeology
  • Finds
  • Treasures (magnet fishers are keen treasure hunters, i.e. silver and gold)
  • Nature (flora and fauna, but also beautiful landscapes)

Magnet fishers also love nature. In fact, magnet fishing can be seen as a ecological hobby. Rivers, lakes, wells or canals are cleaned by magnet fishers who dredge the bottom in search of nice iron finds that are corroding the water and pollute it.

A magnet fisher’s age

Mostly men and youngsters between the age of 16 and 65. But in recent years also more and more young magnet fishers of 12 till 15 years. They are often accompanied by their fathers. Magnet fishing is an incredibly fun occupation and will certainly enforce the bond between father and son.

Magnet fishers also like to fish in groups. They like to boast with their finds and don’t like giving any information on their locations. On Facebook you can find a lot of different groups with beautiful findings. A lot of magnet fishers are also searching for a magnet fishing buddy.

Are you currently looking for a fellow magnet fisher? Then you should take a look at one of these groups.

Do you want to be kept informed on promotions and news about magnet fishing, fishing magnets? Like our Facebook page

You are interested in buying a fishing magnet? Feel free to look at our fishing magnets collection! You have a question? Send us a mail!

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A 55 kg fishing magnet is perfect for children

We sell a large amount of fishing magnets from our wide collection. We know that a lot of grandparents and fathers want to buy a fishing magnet for their (grand)daughter or (grand)son. So that is why we would like to highlight our 55 kg fishing magnet. It is the perfect children’s fishing magnet.

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This children’s fishing magnet looks small and cute

The 55 kg fishing magnet has quite a small size and includes a M6 eye bolt. The magnet has a diameter of ca. 3 cm and is entirely made of neodymium. The magnet may look small and cute, but it can lift a lot of objects out of the water.

Perfect for small finds

This fishing magnet is relatively harmless and perfectly suited to retrieve smaller finds out of the water. These mainly consist of coins, which are the main found objects with a fishing magnet.

You are interested in buying a fishing magnet? Order here! You want to be kept informed? Follow our Facebook page!

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We think it is important to learn from magnet fishers who often go searching. Social media are an excellent source for getting tips on magnet fishing. You will find a wealth of information on Facebook. There are a couple of big groups in the Netherlands and Belgium. Regarding the scarcity of the available information, we have two important tips for you.

Fishing magnet tip no. 1: Always tighten the eye bolt or eye nut firmly.

Practically every fishing magnet we deliver includes an eye nut or eye bolt to attach the fishing magnet to you fishing magnet rope. Small models have a M6 or M8. Bigger models have up to M10. Several of our customers gave us the advice to not only firmly tighten the eye nut or eye bolt, but to also secure it with Loctite. An important issue, since a lot of fishing magnets go lost because they aren’t secured well enough to the eye nut or eye bolt.

Fishing magnet tip no. 2: a combined structure of fishing magnets

Another nice tip we found online was to make a structure of different fishing magnets. On forums, but also on Facebook groups, we saw that several magnet fishers had created a horizontal or triangular structure with three 130 kg magnets, making their surface larger and capable of pulling heavier finds out of the water.

We notice that magnet fishing is a hot topic on social media and that magnet fishers are highly creative people. Keep it up!

Do you want to know how to tie a good fishing magnet knot? Take a look here!
You are interested in buying a fishing magnet? Order here! You want to be kept informed? Follow our Facebook page!

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1. Magnet fishers have a new adventure every time they set out

If you go out and find a good location, it is a guarantee that you will find something. What will come to the surface? A nice coin perhaps? Magnet fishers mostly pull up coins. Bullets are the second most found object, followed by bikes, safes and rifles.

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Which of your friends or who in your family knows magnet fishing? Not that many probably, and that is a shame as it is such a cool and enriching hobby. It is something really special to go into the water with a powerful fishing magnet and pull out a piece of history.

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Most magnet fishers keep what they find. The finds are often hundreds of years old and some of them are real showpieces, such as an old coin from 1830 or a bullet from WWII. If now and then you pull up scrap metal, you can sell it to a scrap trader for a good price.

4. Let’s go magnet fishing together

Magnet fishers often go in groups. It is a social hobby. You will get tired of magnet fishing on your own after a while, but if you go with someone you can share your knowledge and it is an opportunity to learn from each other. On Facebook people search for magnet fishing partners.

5. For no money magnet fishers can start fishing

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For around fifty euros you can buy a nice fishing magnet including rope. Buy your fishing magnet at fishingmagnet.co.uk. Every day we work hard to offer you the largest range at the best prices.

 

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Do you want some tips and tricks on magnet fishing?

With the aid of this ultimate starter guide and some tips on magnet fishing everyone can become a seasoned magnet fisher!

Find more on this page:

  1. Advice on strong and reliable fishing magnets
  2. Tips on good locations for magnet fishing in Belgium and the Netherlands
  3. Resources
  4. Answers to FAQ
  5. Press articles and fun videos on magnet fishing
  6. Facebook communities
  7. Twitter accounts

And much more!

Do you have your own TIPS & TRICKS you want to share with starting or advanced magnet fishers?

Do you know any interesting groups, communities or resources?
Do you think you can add something to help beginning or advanced magnet fishers?

Please share it here in the comments below!

We would love to add your ideas to this manual!

You are a novice magnet fisher?

Or an experienced magnet fisher but you can always use some new additional tips from other magnet fishers?

If so, take a look at this ultimate starter manual for beginning magnet fishers!

What kind of advice on magnet fishing can you expect?

What are the best places for magnet fishing in the Netherlands?

Where in Belgium is it allowed to go magnet fishing?

What can you use as a fishing magnet?

Where can you buy strong fishing magnets online or in a shop?

=> Find the answer to these and many other questions in this article and also in other blog postings on this website.

Tips on magnet fishing: What are the most important things to pay attention to?

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Respect your surroundings

Take a good look at the surroundings before you start magnet fishing. There are no prohibition signs for fishing? Then you can go ahead.

Always be on your best behaviour and Don’t leave any mess or waste. This does not only affect the environment, as it can cause some locations being closed off to magnet fishers.

Use the right fishing technique

To maximise your catch and fun while magnet fishing, apply the right fishing techniques: The throw-and-pull technique is the most frequently used one. Need advice? Ask us for more information.

Always take a spare rope with you
Always take a spare rope of the same length, diameter and strength with you. It can come in handy when your rope gets damaged. Or when your fishing magnet gets stuck and you need to add more length to pull from a different angle or to pull the side of the magnet loose.

Do not lose pulling force
A rope with a knot loses some of its pulling force. Some ropes even lose half of the pulling force. This also applies when you use a bridge railing to hoist your catch up.

Avoid wear or damages
Don’t drag the rope along stones, wood or other objects with sharp edges while hauling in. It can tear the rope and cause it to wear sooner.

It is extremely important to make sure the rope is firmly attached to the magnet
You can lose your magnet when you go magnet fishing. This happens much easier then you would expect. So it is wise to regularly check the rope, the magnet and the fixations. A good knot is very important. The best knots are those that tighten when a lot of weight is hanging on the fishing magnet. Don’t hesitate to contact us for more advice on knots.

Safety is everything

Never attach the rope ending to your wrist, leg or any other part of your body. This is to avoid injuries or being pulled into the water.

Do you have any more tips on magnet fishing?
Feel free to share them in a comment below this article.

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A neodymium magnet can pull up to 750 kilos!

You are interested in buying a magnet for magnet fishing? It never hurts to gather some extra information before buying. After all, there are a lot of different magnets for magnet fishing.

The minimum pulling force should be 75 to 110 kilos.

When you purchase a magnet, check the bottom thoroughly. It can’t have drilling holes in the bottom. If this is the case, the magnet’s strength is lessened and there is a chance that the magnet will let go of the objects it attracts.

Always opt for a neodymium magnet: This kind of magnet is stronger and more efficient than a ferrite magnet.

Interested in buying strong magnets such as super magnets or neodymium magnets? Be aware that the so-called super magnets are very powerful magnets. They can possibly be very dangerous. Always pay extra caution and ask for additional advice when buying fishing magnets.

Regularly check your rope to avoid wear.

Regularly check whether the eye nut is properly fixed.

Avoid rust by frequently cleaning your neodymium magnet and drying it properly. Best is to do so after every fishing trip. Store your magnet at a dry place.

Do you have any more tips on fishing magnets?
Or tips on magnet fishing?
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magneetvissen tipsHow to find good locations for magnet fishing in Belgium and the Netherlands?

Apart from having good fishing material (strong fishing magnets, rope, etc.), a good spot is vital to your fishing success.

I often get the following question: “How do you find a good spot for magnet fishing?”

Most of the time I would look on Google Maps to find nice spots in the vicinity that potentially will have good finds. These include rivers, streams, canals and lakes. Next I would look how to get access to these water bodies.

  • Is there a bridge nearby?
  • An access road?
  • Is there parking space?
  • Is there a main road next to it?

Every water body has something below the surface to pull up. Locations that are accessible to humans can be considered as a dumping site and are therefore a good target. These are the places you need to search for.

magneetvissenWhere to find treasures or valuable finds?

Thieves often keep their loot on the bottom of a river. From information on forums and my own experience I know that viaducts nearby motorways and remote bridges form a good basis for a good catch.

Are you looking for archaeological finds (such as from WWI or WWII)? Then a little research or historical knowledge would help substantially.

Look for places that are known to be the setting of important historical events. Because chances are high you will find a lot of objects with historical value.

If you want to find a bike, we advice you to go fishing below a bridge.

Old wells are always worth the trouble of visiting. Often they will have old coins from people who threw them in for a wish.

Old ditches are also perfect for magnet fishing, although you have to adjust your tactics a bit, since old ditches and swamp areas are never dredged. The silt accumulates and causes heavy rubble (such as iron) to sink through the silt till the bottom. A standard magnet would just lie on top of the silt and doesn’t help you to catch anything.

By putting extra weight on your magnet, you can get through the silt and retrieve old objects that have been slowly sinking for years. Here you can find an excellent fishing magnet with extra weight.

Are locations where there are earth works a gift or curse for magnet fishers?

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When searching for a suitable location, such as canals, rivers, streams and lakes, you’d better check whether there are earth works nearby.

You often see dredgers at larger rivers. These are dredging earth from the bottom

and many finds are lost, making the place less interesting for magnet fishing.

 

Do you know some other good places for magnet fishing in the Netherlands or Belgium?
Or do you have any more tips on magnet fishing?
Or advice on good and strong fishing magnets?
Share them with our readers and post them in a comment below.

All the other magnet fishers will be very grateful!

Here you can find a range of strong fishing magnets.

Why buy magnet fishing material at our shop? Find out here (one small hint: low costs)

Can you go magnet fishing wherever you want?

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Which magnet is used for magnet fishing

Which fishing magnet should I buy to go magnet fishing?

Which magnet is used for magnet fishing?

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A block magnet has several advantages. It protects the magnet and pulls in all directions. Block magnets are mostly a bit more expensive compared to a normal magnet, but it also has more advantages. Experienced magnet fishers often tell us they love fishing with a block magnet.

Our range has 90, 200, 250, 300, 450, 750 kilo block magnets.

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Most magnets in our selection are pot magnets. We offer pot magnets with a hole or a thread. Pot magnets with a thread often lose less pulling force because they have no hole in the middle. Pot magnets only pull from the bottom side, but have a large surface. They don’t have any protective casing, enabling optimal use of their pulling force. You can buy pot magnets even on a small budget.

Our range has 55, 75, 110, 130, 175, 240, 300, 360400, 500, 600 and 800 kilo pot magnets.

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These kind of magnets offer plenty advantages. The outer edge is made of steel and serves as a protective casing for the magnet. The magnet can be placed horizontally or vertically. Two eye bolts are included. This double-sided fishing magnet pulls from both sides and is made of neodymium.

Our range has 250 and 800 kilo magnets. Later this year a 500 and 600 kilo magnet will be added to our collection. More info on this later.

NEW: We now also have smaller ones: 200 kg and 240 kg and 1200 kg!!

Which magnet would we recommend you to use for magnet fishing?

The Fishing magnet webshop is convinced that every fishing magnet has its own advantages. We have talked to several magnet fishers and they all have different opinions. The best way to find out which fishing magnet is the best fit for you is to test it on your own when you go magnet fishing.

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Buying a fishing magnet in Belgium through the magnet fishing webshop in Vilvoorde!

Looking for a fishing magnet in Belgium? You are at the right place here.

On our magnet fishing webshop we have noticed that summer has started. These are the busiest months for us. Day after day we are sending packages in Belgium and the Netherlands. Magnet fishing is gaining popularity in Belgium. A very good trend, since Belgium has a lot of finds to be pulled up. Think about the region around the Yser in Diksmuide for instance, and other regions marked by WWI and WWII. Did you know that you can collect your magnet directly from us? We are located in Vilvoorde, near Brussels. People from Antwerp, East-Flanders and even West-Flanders can easily reach us. Simply send us a mail or call us at +32 495 42 32 22 to make an appointment. We are usually available from Monday till Friday after 17 o’clock.

Want to buy a fishing magnet in Belgium? We like to help you at our Magnet fishing webshop in Vilvoorde. Click here for a route description. We look forward to your visit.

We strive to offer our customers the largest range of strong magnets at the best prices. Take a look at our shop to see our products.

You want to buy a fishing magnet but you have a limited budget? Enter the coupon code ‘superkorting’ during the checkout process and benefit from a 15% discount on most of our magnets!

Where can I buy magnets for magnet fishing? Where can I buy fishing magnets? There is one right address: Vilvoorde!

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Fishing for keys with a fishing magnet

A woman is walking along a small bridge carrying her child. Suddenly she lets go of her keys which of course drop into the stream under the bridge. The woman tries a lot of methods to retrieve her keys from the water. She even tries to use a speaker which has a heavy magnet, but it is of no use.

In het despair the woman contacts the fire-brigade and asks them whether they can come and help… Not much later three firemen arrive. As one man gets ready and puts on his wetsuit, ready to plunge into the water, the remaining pair tries to catch the keys with a fishing magnet.

And they succeed!
One of the ‘magnet fishers’ manages to attract the keys with the magnet.

True heroes of the day.
Three firemen and their fishing magnet.

Sounds like a made-up story?
Far from!

This scene happened last summer in the Dutch Velp.

Stay informed on news about magnet fishing and fishing magnets. Follow our page!

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Een Neodymium magneet kan tot maar liefst 750kg omhoog trekken!

How is a neodymium magnet made?

A neodymium magnet can pull up to 750 kilos!

Plenty of magnet fishers head to the waters with a powerful neodymium magnet,one of the rare earth magnets that can pull up to 750 kilos. But how is a neodymium magnet made?

How is a neodymium magnet made? Like this!

Small amounts of neodymium (Nd), iron (Fe) and boron (B) are melted together to create Nd2Fe14B.

Once they have melted together and have cooled down, the mixture is pulverized and grounded to a powder. Next, the powder is pressed into blocks.

Then the blocks of neodymium are cut to the shape of the magnet we know and then are magnetized through another magnet.

During this entire process the neodymium makes sure that the combination of elements forms a solid magnet.

After this process the neodymium magnets are send to us so you can use them as fishing magnets.

Do you need advice on fishing magnets?
Or would you like to start magnet fishing?

Feel free to contact us for more information and tips on magnet fishing or fishing magnets. We will be happy to advice!

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