- Land/Shallow Water Search
Cost For My Service
There is a $25.00 fee to cover my costs and I hunt on a reward basis, you donate what you feel it is worth to you if I find your lost item. All searches are performed with the permission of the property owners.
Will search on land and in warm shallow water to 4 feet.
Cincinnati, OH & the Tri-State Area.
Douglas Owens's Bio
A life long hunter, I have been metal detecting since 1999. I have successfully located coins, jewelry and keepsakes. I have several modern discriminating detectors and the experience to locate your ring quickly as long as you know the general area where you lost it. I look forward to helping you find your lost treasures.
Douglas Owens - Recent Blog Post
I received an email late Monday evening with a photo of the site where this ring was lost and suggestions for beginning my search if I could help search for it. It turned out that I work very close to the site where the ring was lost and so I replied that I would search […]
I received an email early Sunday morning regarding a wedding ring that had been lost around a bonfire the evening before. After a late night search and then a search again in the early morning, having had no luck locating the ring, my contact information was located via the ring finders site. We agreed to […]
I received this call while at work and arranged to meet and search for this engagement ring later that evening. Once we located the ring signal with the detector we were able to pin point the ring and I think we were all surprised and happy to be able to recover this engagement ring! My […]
I received a telephone message with a request to search for a set of lost wedding rings on December 3rd however, I unfortunately, only just listened to the message on December 17th… Two weeks late, I offered to search for her rings that evening and arriving at 7:00 pm because I had to return home to […]
I was contacted by a friend who knew I did some metal detecting and ring recoveries and he asked if I would search for a special knife he lost while baling hay. My friend had been working with a knife his Grandfather had given him and he had searched the hay field for several days […]