Cost For My Service
I work on a traditional reward basis, that means you pay me what you can afford and what it's worth to you to have your lost item found. All travel and incidental fees will be agreed upon prior to rendering my services.
Parks, yards, beaches, unimproved properties, property marker locater, Insurance
Central Texas-Travis, Williamson, Bell, Llano, Blanco, Bastrop and Hayes counties.
Greg DeLong's Bio
I am a 30 year retired Law Enforcement Officer, and Crime Search Scene certified by Garrett Metal Detectors. I have been metal detecting since 1999 and have located old bullets from the U.S. Calvary (Buffalo Soldiers), keys, rings, coins, and interested in locating arrowheads artifacts and fossils. I strongly believe and follow the Metal Detecting and Treasure Hunter's Code of Ethics. The sooner you call, the better our chances of the recovery of your lost item.Let me help you.
Greg DeLong - Recent Blog Posts
Did you ever have one of those call-outs that just seemed odd from the git go? I got an e-mail from a very nice man who explained that he was going through a rather messy divorce and wanted me to check his yards for a missing ladies 18k gold engagement ring. No different than many […]
I guess lightening strikes twice in the same neighborhood. Hieka sent me an e-mail that her ring was “somewhere in my front yard” and she lives within five blocks of last weeks recovery. I eased her apprehension and told her that her ring would be found, no doubt about it. I arrived at her house […]
I was contacted by Ashley Rasdorf in Killeen Texas concerning her ring that was laying on a table, picked up by her daughter and thrown into the yard. They bought a second hand metal detector but after days of trying, they could not find it. It was imperative that the ring be found as they […]
It started with a call from a very nice lady who had lost her ring two or three months ago. Her husband and herself had been working in the front yard and the next thing you know, her ring is missing. They bought a small metal detector but they couldn’t find it, so I got […]
Training day with AT Pro (2014)
Another search was made at Lake Pflugerville where a triathlete lost his platinum wedding band in the shallow water. Plenty of twisty-ties were found, along with the usual bottle caps, ring pull tabs and two pairs of sunglasses….but no men’s wedding band. I met and spoke to a fellow metal detector who was working the […]