Scott Guise

  • Accepts Visa
  • Land/Shallow Water Search
  • Diver/Underwater Search

Cost For My Service

Reward basis for me to find your lost item, with a document emailed to you discussing cost terms of recovery, and further details

Search Types

Technical/Salvage Diving and Beach/Land searches: - Ocean/Lakes (up to 50ft depths, deeper requires special coordination and time), Yards, Parks and Athletic Fields. With permission... Private property and some Parks and Athletic Fields

Search Locations

Lexington, Virginia & surrounding areas, but can go further based on request as well as coordination

Scott Guise's Bio

Retired Marine Corps Combatant Diver & Navy Salvage Diver (Civilian Rescue Diver Qualified / PADI) Currently own/use an Excalibur II 1000 and Vibra-Probe 580 PinPointer with the ability to dive up to 130 feet underwater for No Decompression Dives, as well as recover more than just lost rings if needed, as well as land/on shore detecting recovery. Can hunt/ at anytime day or night, weather and authority permitting (sea conditions, local ordnance, etc.,) Can travel further if needed to assist other RingFinders, and or service locations that require a diver but do not have one. Experience at altitude as well as sea level.

Scott Guise - Recent Blog Post

  • An old story I forgot to post. August 17 2017 (2018)

    August 17 2017  in the Big Darby Creek at Trapper Joe’s Canoe Livery in Grove City, Ohio.  Craig Ziecina and I traveled and met one another (He from Michigan and I from Virginia) to find Janelle’s lost ring.  The story is as follows as best I can remember: Janelle’s house burned down and shortly after […]

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  • Smith Mountain Lake Virginia Lost Wedding Ring Find (2018)

    Since we moved to Lexington, Virginia the ring finding has been pretty null and void as most people aren’t aware of our capabilities and give up before asking for help.  Yesterday I got a call from Veronica while I was in an Instructor Class and she seemed hesitant but also wanting to receive my help.  […]

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  • SCUBA Detecting (2016)

    Link for first video –

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