- Land/Shallow Water Search
Cost For My Service
I work on a ''Reward Basis''.. that means you pay me what it's worth to you and what you can afford, for me to come out and find your lost item.
There will be a $20 dollars call out fee to cover my gas expense depending on where you're located...If your item isn't found
I can find any metal that you may have lost including gold, silver, platinum, tungsten, titanium, iron, stainless steel, you name it! I can find objects as small as an earring and as large as a car. You may wonder if an item lost years ago is still recoverable. It never hurts to try, especially if you have a general idea where it was lost, even if it was lost years ago. I detect at beaches, parks, yards, lakes (up to knee deep water), mountains, you name it.
Palm Desert, Palm Springs, Indio, Murrieta, Temecula, Lake Elsinore, Wildomar, Menifee, Fallbrook, Oceanside, Vista, Escondido. San Diego
Casey Davis's Bio
I have been metal detecting for 5 years and have found many rings, old coins, and relics. Better than keeping a find is returning to it's owner and see the happiness of having an item returned. I'm available Mon-Sat most days of the year and happy to "have a look" even when you think an item is lost forever.
Casey Davis - Recent Blog Post
Received a call from Sharla that her rings were lost in Lake Elsinore. I could tell this was not an ordinary loss by the tone of her voice… She sounded so discouraged on the phone,these rings meant so much to her. These are my favorite hunts, where there is a lot on the line. I […]
Received a call from a friend that a pendant was lost somewhere in left field at a baseball field. The story went that he noticed the chain had fallen off and was lying on the ground. But the 24k pendant was nowhere to be seen! A week had passed by then and the lawn had […]
While hunting at the beach in Oceanside California, my metal detector picked up a solid signal in the wet sand. As I moved the sand away I was surprised to see a beautiful class ring with a blue gemstone. It didn’t take long to realize the class ring was loaded with information. School, Date, first […]
Richard and his wife spent some time at the park relaxing and throwing the Frisbee. Not long after they realized Richard’s ring was missing! After an exhaustive search they gave up and Richard figured he would never see the ring again. After speaking to Richard and his wife, we got up for an early morning […]
This is a pretty cool story about a recent ring return…. One year ago I was metal detecting La Jolla shores and found a mens gold wedding ring. It was very thin and appeared to have the initials JJ and the date 1938. After posting ads on craigstlist community lost and found with no response, […]