I lost my wedding band, fishing the bay on my Wife’s birthday. After searching for 6 days with multiple family members’ help, with multiple detectors, I called Jarrod. He went out an hour later that day after speaking with me and found it. We are extremely grateful. Anyone who has lost a wedding band knows the feeling. Don’t waste your time, give yourself peace of mind and call him. The fact he went down that night to start looking was greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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I received a message about a lost ring in Truro with a phone number. I texted the number and recieved a text back from Lauren about how she had lost her grandmothers platinum and diamond wedding ring. It had been lost for three days. She gave me the basic area where she had lost it and how she lost it. She was skipping a stone and it flew off as she released the stone into the ocean. When I arrived at the beach it was blowing at least a steady 40 mph and the waves were kicking up. I started on beach in-front of the house. I went back and forth and was picking few quarters and dimes. Then I hit the water and the waves were huge! Got out little over my waste and the waves were crashing over my head. I’d have to jump up to not get knocked over. I even go hit in the head with my shovel! This was by far the hardest recovery I had done! I stayed in the water for around an hour going back and forth. I pretty much got my A$$ kicked and had to get out. I said to my self I know this ring is here! So I concentrated right where the waves were ending on the beach on my second pass I heard a faint single which rang up as a 4-5 on the equinox 800. I took one scoop out and it was not in the hole. So I dump the contents of the scoop on to the beach and kick it out with my foot and BINGO there it was!! I was very relived to finally find it. I text Lauren “guess what!” She could not believe I had found it! She called me on the phone and she was very happy! She said I was her “Ring Angel”
Here is a Testimonial from Lauren.
I am truly forever indebted to Jarrod. I am named after my grandmother who sadly passed away before I was born. Wearing her engagement ring kept her close. When the ring fell into the ocean, after much searching and sadness, I said goodbye to this precious family heirloom. When we were led to Jarrod I scoffed at the possibility of him finding the ring days after it fell off in the water. Much to my surprise and delight, Jarrod found my ring. He was easy to communicate with and obviously quite persistent.
So grateful – Lauren
I saw a post on Harwich community page about a lost ring. I replied to the post and offered my services. Stacey contacted me and gave me some details about the ring and how they thought it might of been lost. I showed up at the pond the next morning and began my search. I checked the beach and some sand castles with no luck. So I headed to the water and went back and forth in the swimming area. After the 5 pass I recieved the signal I was looking for. The ring 14K white gold rang up as a 16 on the equinox 800. It sent Stacey a text she could not believe I had found it!
Here is the story from her.
A few hours after leaving Bucks Pond in Harwich Jon realized he lost his ring. We were convinced it was a lost thinking he must’ve lost it deep in the water while paddling. His wife Stacey decided to post on Facebook about the lost ring to see if there was a chance someone found it. After contacting Jared and sending a very blurry selfie photo taken by a friend to ID his last known location. Jared had a general vicinity to search, chest deep near the bouys , it must’ve flown off while he was throwing the football with his son. Jared found the ring with a 45min early morning swim. Jon is no longer wearing his ring in the summer! Stacey wanted to keep it a surprise and didn’t tell him the ring was found until later that afternoon the next day. She placed the ring in a clam shell pretended to drop something, kneeled down had him open the shell and proposed. Needless to say he was beyond shocked and thrilled.
Received a text about a lost ring a Crosby beach. I showed up at the beach and met Chris at the boardwalk. This is not how they wanted to start there first day of vacation! He walked me down to the area she thought she had lost it. She said she remove her rings to apply sun block and put them in the pocket of her shorts. When she went to put the rings back on the wedding ring was missing. I asked what was the ring made of they said white gold. So I started detecting the area and within a few steps I heard my first signal. I took a scoop and there it was right in the scoop. She was very happy to get it back!
I received a text from Mark at 9:20 stating that his wife had lost here iPhone at Breakwater beach. He asked if I could meet him there in the morning to see if I could find the lost iPhone. I agreed to meet at 8am in the morning. I got there few min early and started detecting. First signal 10’ from the board walk kicked the sand away and boom there was! Was cover in 3” of sand. They were already on the beach looking and I said is this it?! Mark said yep that’s it!
I saw a post on my local town Facebook group saying that someone had lost a ring. This is the post.
“My husband lost his wedding ring while swimming at Mant’s landing late this afternoon. If anyone happens to find it please let us know. He’s had it for 41 years and is very sad about losing it.”
i reached out to them and told the I could help find the ring. They contacted me back and said they had a pretty good idea where the ring was. I showed up and started swinging and found the ring in about a foot and half of water up by the sea grass. They were very happy to get it back.
I received a call from Kevin about a ring he lost playing frisbee out at Linnell Landing Beach. He said his ring flew off his finger. I meet him in the parking lot and he brought me to the area he lost it. After 10 minutes I was able to locate the ring! The ring was a white gold men’s wedding ring.
Tami Messaged me today to tell me her husband lost his wedding ring at Crosby’s Landing beach. They were in the water between the shore and the sand bar between the beach entrance and exit. It was high tide when the ring was lost. The ring is plain silver band-coated in Rhodium and was very sentimental.
I showed up at the beach and they showed me about where he lost it. The tide was going out and water was about 12” deep with lots of seaweed. He said you can’t see the bottom! I said the machine will see right threw it. After a few minutes and the first good signal There it was.
Allison messaged me about her grandmothers earring she had lost two weekends ago at her wedding. They we married at her house in Harwich right on Plesant Bay. They had been looking for it for the last two weeks, even using there own Detector. She told me it was some were in the back yard. I search for about an hour then said we did stand over here near this edge for a picture. I searched that area and sure enough along the edge in the thick grass I found it!
Lost my wedding ring in the ocean after I reached down to wash some of my daughter’s spongebob ice cream off my hands. Literally just got to the water line, put my hands in, rubbed them together, and poof. It was a little past low tide and I was at the shore. When I rubbed my hands together the ring came off. I spent some time looking but could not find it. Jarrod came and found the ring in about an hour and after 20 pull tabs!! Can’t thank you enough!