- 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.
It is not based on how long the search takes, it's based on whether or not I find your lost item.
I do have a $25 color fee to cover my gas depending on where you are located call to discuss.
All terrain, shallow water shoreline included ( at my discretion ) Several years of detecting experience.
Western New York ( Niagara, Erie, Genesee, Wyoming, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua counties )
David Casey's Bio
52 , Married 30 yrs, 4 great kids and awesome wife. Lifelong resident of Western New York, with the last 12 in Lancaster. Outdoor enthusiast especially hunting and fishing. I repair, restore and build custom fishing rods in the winter months (summer too) when detecting isn't possible. My full time job is located in Niagara Falls, NY where I work as a Program Manager for products that support the Aerospace & Defense industries. History buff, especially in the founding of this great country and the patriots who were willing to lay it all on the line for freedom. Studying the War 1812 as it relates specifically to Western New York. Very active in my non-denominational church in Lancaster teaching classes about the founding documents and again the patriots that lived them.
David Casey - Recent Blog Post
I received a call mid morning on Saturday the 7th of December 2019. The voicemail was that of a woman who described losing both her wedding band and engagement ring while on evening stroll in the back yard of her Orchard Park, NY home the night before. During that stroll in a small wooded area […]
Earlier this week I received a message from a Lockport resident that told me her husband had lost his weeding band in their back yard. We set up a Saturday morning, 7/31/21, visit to hunt for the ring. I normally go on these recoveries by my self but my beautiful daughter Leah ask to help. […]
I received a call from Mark in Lackawanna, NY who lost his wedding ring at a community/neighborhood party. I gave Mark a call and we set a day and time for me to stop by. The area where the ring was lost was a courtyard area that connected the backyards of six different apartment buildings. […]
Monday August 12, 2019. I received a call from a young woman who lost a ring while playing kickball at a local city park. The owner of the ring, Tamia, was rolling the ball for the kids to kick when she felt and saw her ring launch off her finger, fly through the air and […]