Scotty B's Patriot Magnets 24 Hour Magnet Fishing Event

30 Jan 2020

Scotty B's Patriot Magnets 24 Hour Magnet Fishing Event

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Scott Bryant

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Hi All, My name is Scott Bryant (Scotty B), I do magnet fishing for a hobby, if you are not aware of magnet fishing, I use a powerful magnet on the end of a rope and throw it in waterways, like canals, rivers, lakes and streams to see what metallic objects are there, I love finding old historic items, I have found objects and items to which was involved in crimes and have managed to get these items back to there owners. I have been in local newspapers and on the news for this.
I have a YouTube channel called Patriot Magnets to which I film all my discoveries, I have been doing this hobby for just over 12 months now, I have recruited other members to join Patriot Magnets to.
On the 16th of May 2020 at 12.00 - the 17th May 2020 12.00 I will be magnet fishing a stretch of canal which I've not done before, and through the day I am hoping to get other local You-tubers from the magnet fishing community join me.
The reason I picked this charity is I have known family and friends who have had cancer and some still are having treatment.
Thank you for visiting my Fundraising Page. The money I raise will help fund life-saving research and to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.

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