Cost For My Service
I work on a reward basis, so please feel free to pay what you feel the recovery is worth to you. As a suggested minimum, please consider covering my fuel expenses to travel to and from your recovery site.
10% of any reward beyond fuel costs will be donated to education-related charities.
Any metal item: Rings, earrings, bracelets, necklaces, keys, trinkets, coins, medals, etc.
Yards, parks, medians, gardens, woodland. Grass, sand, dirt.
My equipment can also search underwater up to approx. 5 feet depth.
Within 50 miles of Springfield, Missouri. Other locations are negotiable.
Asikaa Cosgrove's Bio
Originally from the UK, I have lived in southwest Missouri since 2001. I am an educator, married with two adult children, and enjoy horsemanship, trail running and the outdoors in general.
I have been metal detecting since 2011 and have many hours on my principal detector both on land and in the water. Finding treasures is a passion and if I can help someone in the process, all the better.
I offer an honest and trustworthy service with the latest professional-grade equipment to recover your lost item(s). If your item is there, the chances are excellent that I can put it safely back in your hand.
Asikaa Cosgrove - Recent Blog Posts
Tough River Recovery (2017)
This recovery started with an email from a friend of the ring owner, but quickly progressed to a call from Shannan, the ring owner herself. Shannan had been cooling off at a local river swimming spot and decided to move through some fast-flowing water. As she did so, the current pulled her diamond and white […]
On a late December morning, I arrived at the suburban home of Jayme, who had called me the day before. As I pulled up beside the driveway, I thought about the story she had related on the phone. Jayme had been playing with her dog in her snowy front yard over the weekend. Her fingers were narrowed by […]
Sean contacted me last week. He wanted to know if I could help him find his gold wedding band that he lost whilst gardening at his home. We set up for a preliminary search this morning. I arrived at 8 a.m. with the sky threatening typical May storms. It rained hard last night, but for the […]