Michael Nichols

  • Land/Shallow Water Search

Cost For My Service

I consider whatever is offered as my compensation. I do have a call out fee of 10 dollars for San Antonio. Anything outside of San Antonio will be agreed upon before searching.

Search Types

Lawns, Parks, water up to 5 feet. Honestly, pretty much anywhere. Will search for anything made of metal or having metal content lost in the water or on dry land.

Search Locations

San Antonio and surrounding areas, (within reason)

Michael Nichols's Bio

I have been actively metal detecting for the last 3 years. I have gained extensive search and recovery knowledge and techniques during that time. It is a passion of mine to find and recover precious items that people have lost. There is nothing greater than the big smile on someone's face when the have been reunited with what they thought was lost forever.

Michael Nichols - Recent Blog Post

  • Lost Wedding Ring In Wimberley, Texas (FOUND!) (2017)

    I received a call from Jan Prasek Friday evening Dec. 1. She stated that her wedding ring of 58 years had come off when she was swatting at a bee while standing on her back deck. The ring went over the railing and landed somewhere on the ground in heavy grass about 25 feet below. I agreed to […]

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  • Lost white gold wedding ring in the Frio river near Concan Texas. FOUND! (2017)

    Got a call from Paul Victor in San Antonio, Texas on 5-28-17. He said that he had lost his white gold wedding ring while playing in the Frio river near Concan Texas the day before. After all the normal questions we agreed to meet up the next morning and head back to the river. The area where […]

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  • Lost engagement and wedding rings in Pleasanton, TX. Found (2017)

    Got a call Sunday April 23, 2017 from Jim Hindes in Pleasanton, Texas. He told me his wife, Tricia, had lost her engagement and weddings rings in their backyard while cleaning up the trash from yard work done earlier by a lawn crew. She showed me all the areas she had been in and told me where […]

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  • Lost Tungsten Carbide Wedding Ring in San Antonio, Tx. FOUND! (2017)

    It was Friday March 24, 2017. I was relaxing at home after a long day at work and then around 4:30 I get a call. A young man named Dan Sheffield said he had lost his Tungsten Carbide wedding ring while digging a hole in his front yard to find a water leak. 30 minutes […]

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  • Lost your ring in San Antonio (2016)

    Hi. My name is Michael Nichols. I am a metal detectorist in San Antonio. I am also a member of The Ring Finders. You can find my profile and contact information at their web site. If you need help finding a lost ring or other piece of jewelry please contact me and I will do my […]

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Michael Nichols - Testimonials

  • My husband miraculously discovered The Ring Finders website. (2017)

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    After I accidentally flung my wedding ring over the deck of our house, I spent hours with a friend and a rented metal detector searching with a metal detector for a hopeless recovery. The terrain is unstable and rocky with beautiful (I thought until they ate my ring) blooming native grasses. My husband miraculously discovered The Ring Finders website. When Mike answered my call Friday evening I could hear that he was in the middle of a joyous occasion, which was his daughter’s 17th birthday party. Asking him to return my call, he insisted that this was important and he would be at our house, which is an hour and a half away, by 7:30 Saturday morning. His comforting, caring demeanor gave us profound hope. Meeting someone like Mike, who is so confident, understanding, experienced and determined, erases all of the painful memories of losing something that is irreplaceable.