- 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
Monique, from New York, and her extended family, from California, met in Park City, Utah for a Christmas skiing vacation. While sledding with her nieces in a park on Christmas day, she felt her three custom, foreign-made, interlocking wedding rings slip off her finger and disappear into the snow. One of the rings is rose […]
Maddilyn got engaged one week ago, and she loved her beautiful white gold engagement ring. Yesterday, she went up Provo Canyon to get some engagement photos behind Mt. Timpanogos. When they finished the photo shoot, she was horrified to find that her ring was gone! Some of the photos showed the ring, but some showed […]
Rachelle was brushing off her pants on the third floor of her apartment building, just outside her door, when she felt her wedding ring slip off her finger. She didn’t hear it land, and she couldn’t find it anywhere around her door, so she knew it must have fallen three stories into the snow. That’s […]
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 […]