- 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
Yesterday, Sabrina and her fiancé, Patrick, were traveling across the country so he could report for duty at Ft. Irwin. When they stopped along a lonely stretch of I-70 in central Utah to let their dog out, Sabrina felt her engagement ring slip off of her finger. They thoroughly searched through the snow where she was […]
Dillion was throwing a ball for his dog in a snowy soccer field when he felt his gold wedding band slip from his finger. He immediately marked the spot where he had been standing, then he and his wife began searching the area through 6 or 8 inches of snow. After searching for a long […]
Jon and his family came from Louisiana to Park City to spend the Thanksgiving holiday with his family at a nice vacation home. When Jon’s wife threw a snowball from an upper balcony, her ring slipped off and fell into the snowy yard below. They searched through the snow for hours, but when they couldn’t […]
Weston has been friends with my son for years. Several years ago the three of us climbed the 12,000 foot Timpanogos mountain together. Weston was with his family for the Thanksgiving day holiday. While tossing a football with his nephew, his wedding ring slipped off into the fallen leaves in the yard. Of course, when they searched […]
I got a text message from Rod asking if my equipment could find a hearing aid that had been lost in the grass. I have found hearing aids before, so I told him I thought I could. I asked him to meet me at the church where it was lost, and to bring a similar […]