Johnny White

  • Land/Shallow Water Search
  • Diver/Underwater Search

Cost For My Service

For most general recoveries I offer my services on a reward basis. For recoveries that are technically difficult or require special equipment please call me to negotiate a price. I promise it will be fair because my crew and I are hobbiest and we really enjoy what we do.

Search Types

My group and I are able to search all types of terrain, and under water. We also specialize in cache hunting. Visit my other page for more details about what kinds of services we can provide.

Search Locations

Huntington ,Ashland, Ironton Tri-State Area.

Johnny White's Bio

My name is Johnny White. I have been a hobby metal detectorist over 24 years. In that time I have had the privilege of helping a great many people find their lost items. I have found everything from lost jewelry to long lost coin stashes for people. I am proud to work with The Ring Finders, and help people find their lost valuables at little to no cost. I am a member of the Dig-It All Metal Detecting and Treasure hunting club in Ashland, KY. I use only the most high tech equipment available on the market, and my team and I have decides of expense and knowledge in all different aspects of treasure recovery. Anytime, that I have ever helped someone with treasure recovery, it has always been done with compleat confidentiality. The cost of many of my services is completely based on a reward fee; meaning that I need only get paid for what your recovery was worth to you. My team and I are also capable of doing a lot of specialty recoveries, that require special equipment. I am able to offer services like underwater recovery at a very minimal fee, because my team and I are first and foremost, hobbiest, and we love what we do.

Johnny White - Recent Blog Post

  • Meet Your Friendly Neighborhood Detectorist (2016)

    I feel like there are two different kinds of reactions people have whenever they encounter a metal detectorist in the local park or elsewhere in the local community. The first kind of person a metal detectorist may meet are curious spectators. They are interested about what you are doing and what kinds of things you […]

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  • Win Win (2016)

    Mr. Reed lives in my neighborhood and 20 years ago when I first started metal detecting I; before I knew better. I snuck onto a vacant lot that he owns, without permission, and detected for a bit. I found several good finds, but for fear of getting caught I didn’t hunt long, and then left […]

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  • A lesson in local history (2016)

    For most hobby metal detectorist local history and research are just as big of a part of their hobby, if not more, as going out to the local park and swinging a metal detector. Most of the time the research comes first. However, from time to time we find interesting artifacts the we have to […]

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  • First Ring With My New Metal Detector (2016)

    The most important tool ring finders have is our metal detectors. A treasure hunter without a metal detector is like an angler without a fishing rod. Metal detectors come in many shapes and sizes, for many different uses. Personally I like to use American made detectors. I have been a metal detectorist for over twenty […]

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  • Lose something? A Ring Finder May Be Able To Help. (2016)

    Most people who lose their rings will do most anything to get them back; including going and buying a metal detector. I am not trying to discourage anyone from doing this because metal detecting is a great hobby. However, many of the ring finders on this site are willing to find your rings for free. […]

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