- Land/Shallow Water Search
- Diver/Underwater Search
Cost For My Service
I work on a ''Reward Basis'' you pay what it's worth to you and what you can afford to have me find your lost item. I have a call-out fee of $25.00 if the item is not found, this covers my fuel expenses. (Maybe more or less depending on where you are located)
Search beaches, in or under water, parks, etc. Will search in depths up to 30 ft pending conditions.
Rosemary Beach, Miramar Beach and surrounding areas.
Joseph Miron's Bio
Very experienced metal detector enthusiast and is one of my favorite hobbies. Born and raised local who knows the area and water very well. Ex-Military and Divemaster.
Joseph Miron - Recent Blog Post
Lost pendant on 30A: FOUND Daniel was with his son in chest high water when a wave hit them. His son grabbed his chain and it came off. He was able to grab the chain, but watched as the pendant buries in the sand. I was able to get out there 4 days later and […]
Nancy lost her wedding band while in the water with her husband in Destin, fl. She called me worries, but I assured her I could recover it due to calm weather. I located the ring within 15 minutes and returned it to her. Very sentimental ring and she was very happy!
Seth and his family were boating on Crab Island in Destin, FL when he lost his wedding band. It was lost while swimming around and they didn’t know what to do. Luckily after some research they found me on Ringfinders. Within about 2 hours I was headed there way. After launching the boat and 4 […]
Anna and her husband were visiting the beach in Destin, fl when she lost her engagement ring and wedding ring in the water. She called me in a panic and I assured her we could recover it. I showed up within 2 hours and after 15 minutes of searching in waist deep water I was […]
Zach and his wife were visiting our beautiful beaches in Fort Walton Beach when he lost his wedding band. As many know when it hits the sand it is almost impossible to find without a metal detector. He called me and showed me the spot where he was digging. Found it on the first swing […]