Tom Ashworth

Cost For My Service

Call – (208)830-7991 ASAP- From 8am – 6pm daily For Time-Sensitive Searches/Beaches/Parks/Underwater up to 10 feet deep.

For Lost Jewelry... I work on a ‘Reward Basis’ that means you pay what it's worth to you and what you can afford to have me find your lost item.

With the rising gas price, I have a call-out fee of $25 whether your item is found or not. This covers my fuel expenses. Maybe more or less depends on where you are located. We can discuss this when you call.

Cost to Find Your Water Shut-Off Valve - $50.00/No Find-No Fee

This is for Texas Hill Country and Texas Highland Lakes area, other areas may have an additional gas fee.

Please note-If you are looking for your buried gold or silver or cash I work on a Percentage or a flat fee that will be negotiated prior to the search. Call to discuss.

Search Types

Beaches, Parkes, Lakes & yards. I have underwater metal detector and can search up to 10 feet of water.

Search Locations

Marble Falls Area (including Lake Marble Falls, Lake Travis, Lake LBJ, Inks Lake, Lake Buchannan and all Texas Hill Country areas). Contact me if you are outside my area to discuss travel. I will go anywhere to help you find your lost ring!

Tom Ashworth's Bio

Tom (founder of Tom Ashworth's Prospectors Cache) was born in Birmingham, Alabama. He started prospecting for gold in 1978 using a home-built wooden sluice box and a gold pan.

Tom owned a metal detecting sales business from 1996 – 2003 call the “Prospectors Cache”. Tom runs a YouTube channel @ProspectorsCache.

Tom has over 50 years of metal detecting experience and he has helped people find jewelry most of those years. Tom has found 100’s of jewelry items which was returned to the owners. Not only jewelry, but cellphones and wallets were recovered.

Tom loves the search and is looking forward to helping you find what you thought was lost forever!

Tom Ashworth - Recent Blog Post

  • Found Kaycee’s Diamond Wedding Ring (2023)

    Today I had the pleasure of finding a wedding ring for a lady named Kaycee.  It was in about 5 feet of water and it was very murky.  Also, there was a local water moccasin that kept swimming by.  It took me about 15 minutes underwater with my XP Deus 2 metal detector to find […]

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