- Land/Shallow Water Search
Cost For My Service
I work on a traditional reward basis...That means you pay me what you can afford, and what it’s worth to you, to have your lost item found.
All travel and incidental fees will be agreed upon prior to rendering any services.
Beaches, Ocean/Lakes (up to 5ft depths), 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 all terrain, mostly beaches, since 2012 with a pulse induction machine. Last year I purchased a Minelab CTX-3030 and this was a game changer and my finds increased. With my new detector, I helped locate 2 lost rings in a matter of minutes.
Steven Ray - Recent Blog Post
While out on a random hunt at Atlantic Beach, NC, I found a, University of North Carolina, class ring. With some online searching I was able to locate the name inscribed on the inside of the ring. Later, I made contact with Carson and arranged a return in the same day! Carson informed me in […]
Chris contacted me yesterday evening stating that he had removed his wedding ring to swim along the Crystal Coast. He placed the ring in the pocket of a tent they had set up for the day. While packing up to leave, the tent was shaken to remove the clinging sand. It was just a short […]
Marking The Spot Was A Huge Help John & Jen were vacationing at Wrightsville Beach, NC. While John was playing with his son in the water, he noticed his wedding ring had come off in waste deep water. Wisely, John and his young son dug a trench in the sand pointing to the area they […]
While attending a wedding reception for a family member I received a call from Drew. He explained he lost his ring on the beach in Surf City, NC. He said it was about 30 minutes before finding my name on The Ring Finders. I tried to keep him posted on my location as I headed […]
Evan was tossing a ball to a friend while standing in chest deep water. It was near high tide as she stood in North Carolina’s Intracoastal Waterway (ICW). Evan informed me that during one of the throws, her class ring went flying off her finger as she let go of the ball. I was […]