- Land/Shallow Water Search
- Diver/Underwater Search
Cost For My Service
I work on a reward basis, which means you pay what the service is worth to you and what you can afford.
I have a call out fee of $20 for reasonably near-by areas if the item is not found to cover my fuel expenses. We can discuss this when you call.
I’m happy to do insurance recoveries.
I can search pretty much any terrain, including grass, dirt, sand, and snow. I’m a certified scuba diver, so I can do water recoveries. We’ll need to get permission for me to search on private property.
Utah county, Salt Lake County, and surrounding areas. I love metal detecting so much that I’m willing to drive. Call me and let’s talk.
Larry Fluckiger's Bio
I always feel sad when I hear that someone has lost something valuable to them. I love metal detecting and helping people find lost items that they cherish. I have hundreds of hours of experience in all types of terrain. I have high-quality equipment that I know very well. If your item can be found, I can recover it for you.
Larry Fluckiger - Recent Blog Post
Joe needed to trim some dead branches from the big pine tree in the yard, so of course, he decided to climb the tree. But as he leaped up to grab the lowest branch, he felt his wedding ring slip off his finger. No problem, he thought, how hard can it be to find a […]
Lost ring in Provo: found (2019)
Three years ago, Kayla’s husband lost his heirloom wedding ring. The ring had belonged to Kayla’s grandfather, then her father, and then her husband. The 14K yellow gold nugget ring was made from Alaskan gold. They hoped the ring was just lost somewhere in the home, but after three years, they realized it wasn’t going […]
Before Mike started working in the yard, he slipped off the wedding ring that he had been wearing for more than three decades and dropped it into his pocket. Then he weeded and hoed in the garden, cleaned in and around the fish pond, and rested on the porch for a few minutes before realizing […]
I got a call to find a lost SD memory card. A professional photographer had done an engagement photo session, then unfortunately lost the memory card in the park. I searched for a couple of hours, but the card was just not there. Someone must have found it first. I really hate it when I […]
A ring finder on the radio (2019)
I had the unique opportunity to describe TheRingFinders.com on the radio! A few days ago, I got an email from a producer at BYU Radio. He asked if I would be interested in describing TheRingFinders service and talk about what it’s like being a ring finder. Wow! I hadn’t ever done anything like that before, […]