Ryan was out paddle boarding on Mission Bay, when about 15 yards off shore, he took a tumble. Windmilling his arms resulted in his platinum wedding band flying off his finger and into the drink in waist deep water. He searched the best he could, even pulling up some of the sea grass, but, the ring had disappeared. He noted the spot and sadly went home to break the news to his wife. He found TheRingFinders.com website, my contact info, and gave me a call. We agreed to meet the next day at 11:30am to take the best advantage of a currently pitiful low tide. We arrived at the same time and made our way to the search area. Once Ryan got oriented and waded out to ground zero, I started my first pass out to where he was standing. I heard a few spurious signals along the way, indicating junk or something reading totally different that what his ring would read, until I got out to about waist deep water. There I got a solid 16 on my Equinox and tried to scoop the target. It took 5-6 tries in the sea grass to get the target in my scoop. After filtering the sand, mud, shells, and sea grass out, I was left with a beautiful ring staring up at me. Ryan couldn’t have been happier and more relieved to get it back. A pleasure meeting you Ryan and thank you for the reward.