Heart Stopping Find while searching for a ring

from Anna Maria Island (Florida, United States)
Contact: 1-941-742-0798

Earlier this week I was asked to find a wedding ring lost in the ocean about 25 yards out from the surf line. I tried three times but had no luck. Once I was driven in by lightning. You should get out of the water when a lightning flash causes your metal detector to sound off. At one point I had a good strong signal but the water was up to my neck and every time I tried to dig it the waves swept me off my feet. I went back the next day at low tide confident I could find the spot. Again I got a strong signal where I had the previous day. Water was only about three feet so no problem digging. Unfortunately it was a cluster of hair (bobby) pins.
IMG_3815While searching for this wedding band you occasionally do find other stuff. This time a silver ring marked “Tiffney” made it into my recovery basket. That one word is enough to get any metal detector guy’s heart pounding.

One Reply to “Heart Stopping Find while searching for a ring”

  1. Chris Turner says:

    Way to go on the big bling…Will you still go back for the lost ring or have you done all you can?

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