Lost Gold Wedding Ring at Surf City, Huntington Beach, CA. .. Found with Metal Detector

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How to Find a Ring on the Beach … Huntington Beach, CA. .. Call a Member of TheRingFinders

*** Tasha lost her gold wedding ring at Huntington Beach, CA. She had taken her small son to the beach for the day. When she returned home, she realized her wedding ring was not on her finger. The next day she drove from Pasadena, CA., a distance of more than 40 miles to search the sand with a metal detector she borrowed from a friend.

It was three days after the loss when she contacted me to ask for help to find her ring. We discussed the what had happened and she verbally told me it was near a lifeguard tower at Huntington State Beach. It was already close to 8pm but I decided to start a search because I still had two hours before the beach closed. It wasn’t necessary for her to drive the long distance to show me the location. 

The search that evening was not successful. The next morning, we talked on the phone and she was able to send me photos of where they had been.  I returned to the beach, which is only 4 miles from where I live. The footprints of where I had grid searched were still visible. I started a new grid pattern outside the previous search overlapping some of the other search area. ( it’s always possible to miss a small ring in the dark)

After almost a half hour my detector gave me a perfect solid sound with a ID number that could be a gold ring.  BOOM! Tasha’s wedding ring in my sand scoop. Ironically it was found very close to where I had searched the night before. 

I sent her a photo of the ring and asked her to call me, so we could make arrangements for her to pick up her very special ring. The next day we met at another beach that was less of a drive for her.  Always a special moment when I get to return a ring.

Don’t wait, call as soon as possible… Stan the Metal Detector Man …  949-500-2136  .. “I WILL TRY ANYWHERE “.

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