- Diver/Underwater 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 call out fee to cover my gas to get to your location & back. if the item isn't found. We will discuss this before I come out to search.
If you require scuba search its still a reward basis but there will be a cost involved to cover my Air for my tanks ...contact me to discuss.
Wading, Scuba diving, with VLF and Pulse detector.
Hanover, Michigan & surrounding areas...Will search Lakes, rivers, ponds, yards, inside homes for hidden items.
Craig Ziecina's Bio
I've been scuba diving since 1995, when I was certified while in the Marine Corps. I've been metal detecting for the past 8 years and scuba detecting for 7 years. I've found hundreds of rings, and jewelry items. I've successfully returned every item to the owner when information pertaining to the owner was present.
Craig Ziecina - Recent Blog Posts
Ring found (Elkhart Indiana) (2017)
After finding Steph’s ring, Nick and I pointed toward Simonton Lake located in Elkhart Indiana in attempts to find two more lost rings. Ryan Cole (ringfinder also) had given me the information concerning this lost ring, and supplied the owners contact information. I contacted Dan and scheduled the search to coincide with the other lost […]
IMG_3346 My brother in law and I made a trip to Elkhart Indiana this morning, leaving at 7am to begin a long 3 ring day. 2.5 hours later and a few paid tolls, we arrived at our first ring find. Nick was tagging along for moral support. Every team needs cheerleaders!! This specific ring belonged […]
Several days ago I received a email concerning a lost ring in Chelsea Michigan. The act of juggling things at home to find the dive time began. Growing anticipation made it hard to sleep last night, but I finally drifted off hoping the morning would come quickly. After seeing my daughter off to school with […]
Today I drove 4 hours south, to Southern Ohio to meet my former Team Leader, and business partner with Veterans Underwater Recovery,Scott Guise. Scott made the trip North, from Lexington Virginia. We devoted 4 days to dive for a lost ring reported approximately one month ago, and would not leave Ohio until it was found, […]
Several days ago I received information on a lost ring that was attempted to be found by a friend. The ring was reported lost 4 weeks earlier and remained lost. While on my way back from a successful ring find in the Saginaw Michigan area, I stopped in Fenton Michigan and met Brad. Brad was […]