- Land/Shallow Water Search
Cost For My Service
All Recoveries are on a REWARD System - so we DO ask for a reward based on what the lost item is worth to you and what you can afford. I charge a $35 call out fee to search for your lost item.
All travel and incidental fees will be agreed upon prior to rendering any services.
I accept PayPal and Venmo for payments.
We gladly accept VISA, Mastercard, American Express, Discover or Cash.
Call us as soon as you can! As much as you may want to, it’s best not to dig through the sand (it can dislodge, sink or even move your item making it more difficult to find). Be aware that people may have seen that you’ve lost something valuable and they may return when you leave, so time is of the essence! Be sure you only reveal the location of your valued item to a trusted source - the sooner you call us, the better our chance to successfully recover your lost treasure!
Beaches, Ocean/Lakes (up to 3ft depth), Yards, Parks and Athletic Fields. With permission... Private property and some Parks and Athletic Fields
Emerald Isle, NC Atlantic Beach, NC Morehead City,NC Hubert,NC Jacksonville,NC , Surf City
Steven Ray's Bio
I have been detecting seriously since 2012. All metal detectors used are waterproof I am retired from government service and now when not searching for a customer’s lost item, I can usually be found on the beaches searching for other treasures!
Steven Ray - Recent Blog Post
Joe was spending a relaxing day at the beach and decided to go for a swim. Regularly, Joe removes his wedding ring and necklace and then places the ring on the necklace. His wife agreed to hold both. After placing the necklace over her head she noticed the ring was missing. The ring had buried […]
Lauren & Rick were spending some time along the Crystal Coast. While staying in a beach house rental, Rick gave his wife his wedding ring to hold while he took a dip in the ocean. Lauren placed his ring on her finger and stayed on the beach with their puppy. The pup made a sudden […]
On Steven’s birthday (Friday), Steven’s family met up with two other sets of friends to celebrate the fact that all 3 families had children born last year and were planning to make this an annual family vacation. Pine Knoll Shores, NC’s ocean beach was the site of the first celebration. Steven did not want […]
Lost for 50 Years a St. John’s Class Ring Finds Its Owner Last month Kevin sent me a picture of his class ring he has not been able to wear since 1965! Detecting with a friend at Surf City pier I was able to find Kevin’s class ring. Because it had been lost so long, […]
Laura & Roy were spending a traditional trip to Emerald Isle, North Carolina with their Maryland friends. Roy handed his wedding band to Laura while he went for a swim. Laura placed her husbands ring in a pocket attached to a beach chair among the group of other friends chairs. It wasn’t until much later […]