- Land/Shallow Water Search
Cost For My Service
I work on a reward basis. Pay what it is worth to you when I find your item. There is a call out fee of $25 to cover my gas expense.
I will search on beaches and in the water up to 4 feet. Yards, Parks and wherever I can legally detect.
I will travel throughout Lee county and Charlotte county This includes the beaches at Boca Grande, Captavia, Sanibel, Fort Myers Beach, Estero and Cape Coral.
Allen Zenker's Bio
Call me Al, Metal Detecting is my passion, just ask my wife! I own the latest equipment. I would like to search for your lost item.
Allen Zenker - Recent Blog Post
Howard found me on the Ringfinders website and gave me a call. I was able to meet him and learn the details. Several days before he had been swimming off his friends boat at the beach and lost his ring. He was very skeptical that I would find in 4 feet of water…. Another success story […]
Ring Found on Captiva Island (2021)
I received a frantic message from a women vacationing on Captiva Island. While enjoying a playful game of football on the beach her engagement ring flew off. It was late afternnon on Friday and getting to Captiva with traffic could be brutal so we agreed to meet at 6am. Sat. I started my search in […]
Losing this beautiful ring would truly ruin a vacation. Lucky for Pat and Kim ringfinders came to the rescue!! They had lost the ring it in the water but it was low tide when I arrived at the beach resort. Found buried at waters edge. Happy ending!
A families all girl vacation became a nightmare when treasured rings were lost. While enjoying the sun and surf in about 3 ft of water Laurie’s rings slipped off. They searched but could not find. The front desk at her Ft Myers Beach resort researched and located Al on the ringfinders website. Laurie spent a […]
Eric and Brook found my number through ring finders . Brook had just lost her engagment ring while vacationing on sanibel island Florida. Luckily they had a general idea of where it was lost. I was able recover fairly quickly. There were many smiles that day.