- Land/Shallow Water Search
Cost For My Service
I work on a Reward Basis...That means you pay me what its worth to you and what you can afford for me come out and find your lost item.
If the item isn't found there will be call out fee of $25.00 to cover my gas expenses depending on where you are located...Call to discuss.
Land searches- private yards with written permission,beaches,shallow water searches to 5 feet ( not equipped for scuba recoveries)
Mahwah and the surrounding areas, Northern NJ, Orange and Rockland Counties, NY
Fred Stedtler's Bio
I am married,age 63 years of age.Ihave been self employed for 26 years and still work,but consider myself semi-retired.
I have been metal detecting for 3 years and enjoy finding lost items and generally finding items of historic age.
If you have lost an item,I will use all my skills in a sincere,thorough attempt to recover the item.
I have 2 very good detectors, 1 detector is good for up to 10 feet of water immersion,so I can perform shallow water recoveries. If you need help,please contact me .
I look forward to finding what you thought was lost forever.
Fred Stedtler - Recent Blog Post
Elena was married at a wedding venue in Big Indian, New York in the Catskill Mountains. She contacted me while on her honeymoon in Mexico. Her Grandmother had given her a 14 carat gold ring with a large center diamond surrounded by a ring of other diamonds. Elena was wearing the ring during the ceremony […]
Mason and his family were at a bar-b-cue at a friend’s house in Hamburg,NJ.His Wife’s engagement ring was lost on the front lawn. At that point is was all hands on deck and he and his friends searched without finding the ring. His friend had an entry level metal detector and they looked for the […]
Todd was playing with his son in his backyard. They were using a bubble kit to blow giant bubbles. While doing this his hands became wet with the slippery bubble solution. It was 2 hours later that Todd realized his platinum wedding band had fallen off! He searched the area without finding the ring. He […]
Brian was working on his dock at Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey. It was cold and his hands were wet. He shook the water off of his hands and his Palladium wedding band flew off and landed in 4 feet of water next to the dock! He searched the water, but it was deep enough that […]
Marc was cleaning snow from his car after a recent storm. He did not have gloves on and he shook the cold water off of his hands and realized his gold wedding band had fallen off! He heard a clink of metal to metal , but searching in the dark, he could not find the […]