- Land/Shallow Water Search
Cost For My Service
Fuel Surcharge $25.00 over 50 miles additional $ 25 maximum, plus a finder's donation.
Treasure hunting, water searches, beach, lakes, ponds, rivers,scuba, relic, parks, woods, home sites, surveying pins.
Central Florida 90 miles, including beaches on east and west coast.
Roland Davis's Bio
I started metal detecting in 1999 on land and water. Metal detecting has me involved in all facets of the sport. Treasure hunting, Cache hunting, Relic hunting, Water hunting, Scuba diving, Coin Shooting.
My favorite metal detecting sport is entering competition planted hunts organized by different clubs around the country.
Law enforcement has used my metal detecting services for recovering, evidence at crime scenes. The police and Sheriff departments have awarded me (9) Good Citizenship awards for evidence recovery. Guns, bullets, shell casings, personal items all used to help solve crimes, such as murder, robberies, kidnappings. Law enforcement even asked me to find a car buried over 22 feet down, in a investigation for a missing person investigation. I did find the car, but it was used and buried for insurance scam.
My recoveries of lost items returned to their owners is in the hundreds.
In 2009 I recovered and returned 84 - 10oz. silver bars worth over $20,000, lost by it owner in 1972.
While in Nassau Bahamas, I recovered and returned a gold and diamond Rolex lost in the ocean by it's owner while she was on a jet ski.
Since 1999 I have returned to it's owners, wedding bands, diamond engagement rings, high school, college, and military rings, bracelets, earrings, pins, and heirlooms.
My favorite of all time is to tell my friends I'm going to Gravity National Bank, for a withdrawal!
Roland Davis - Recent Blog Post
Hello my name is Roland Davis and I joined The Ring Finders Directory of metal detecting specialists to help people find their lost wedding & engagement rings. If you lost your ring at the beach or park, give me a call ASAP and I’ll do my best to find what you thought was lost forever. […]