Im Leeth and I’m located in Freeport Florida. I am available to help find your lost items in Freeport and all the surrounding areas and beaches. I am a Florida native and I’m currently serving in the Florida Army National Guard. I have been metal detecting this great state for about 12 years now, from the beaches to the inland woods I have swung a detector over it. If you have lost something important you want or need found reach out to me to make arrangements at 863-697-6622 call or text.
If you’ve lost your ring or some other metal object, give me a call or text. I charge a small site visit fee of $35.00 for land and $ 75.00 for SCUBA, if I except the challenge and we agree on the finder’s fee and I donate 75% of the proceeds to the local animal shelter, this is me giving back to the community. I have been metal detecting many years in the North East, I moved to Florida in 2010 to become a treasure hunter on the 1715 and 1733 fleets. (you can say that was a dream come true for me.)
I haven’t been good about keeping my blog posts up to date. Since joining RingFinders I’ve recovered 33 items (as of Jan 20, 2019) for some very happy customers that never thought they would see their valuable items again. Beaches are my specialty as is shallow water, yards, parks and angry spouses throwing rings, and everything in between. I will search anyplace with the owner’s permission or where legal.
My most recent find was a young girl at the Florida Institute of Technology was doing wedding photos on a wooden bridge and lost her grandmothers wedding ring someplace in the 300-foot swamp that was below. After two bags of trash and 90 minutes later we had success. Needless to say he has been a very happy customer sense.
I’m new to the site but have been metal detecting for over 20 years. I recover items using a state of the art detector and am excited to be able to help so give me a call. Metal detecting takes years of experience to get good at so please give me a call before wasting money on buying or acquiring a rental detector. I can help !!
Rings, jewelry, relics, coins, caches, hidden family treasures. I can find it all.
Hi! My name is Christina McCree. I became a member of The Ring Finders a few months ago and I’m really excited to be a part of it! It allows me to take my hobby of metal detecting to a whole new level. I now get to help people in my local area find what they thought was lost forever.
If you have lost a piece of jewelry, watch, cell phone, keys, coins, or other metal items of value; please contact me ASAP. Time may be critical depending on where the item was lost.
My contact info is listed at the top, or for more details please visit my profile on The Ring Finders website. It’s listed under Huntsville, AL in the Directory. I look forward to helping you!
I recovered and returned this beautiful white gold engagement ring on 12/5/2018 for a nice young lady who had lost it in a yard last February. She explained she had tried several times to look for it over the past months with no luck. After speaking with her about the ring I agreed to meet her there and try to find it for her. When I got there I started my search using my Electroscope long range locators to narrow down the search of the yard and find the strongest hot spot signals. I then got out my detector to start my search in the strongest signal area I felt my Electroscope was hitting on. After about 15 minutes of searching I found the ring in the area of interest my Electroscope locked onto. I was very happy to locate this beautiful ring for such a nice lady. Its always a good day when I can help someone recover what they lost.
Austin met me on the beach a few weeks ago while I was detecting. I gave him a card and said if he ever knew anyone who needs a recovery have them call me. Well, little did he know he would need my service. He called and asked if I could come to Margate to locate his ring that he dropped in the sand where he was sitting. When I got there he outlined an area of where the ring could be. He was pretty much on spot because I turned my Minelab Equinox on right over top of his ring. Boom!! Had it in less than 15 seconds. He was happy and surprised to have his wedding ring back!!! I have a feeling he’s gonna refer me to the next person he knows who loses something. 😎😎
Thank you Action News Channel 6 WPVI Philadelphia PA for airing the story of my ringreturn for the couple celebrating their 1st wedding anniversary in Atlantic City. This is Posted in 2 parts. Thank You Very Much for viewing.
Received a call from Jared who was Recently married like 2 months ago. He was frantic because he just lost his platinum wedding band in the surf while boogie boarding in Margate. I responded immediately and met him on the beach. It was full high tide but I went in anyway. I quickly realized that it wasn’t going to happen. The waves were over my head and I couldn’t even get the coil down. Jared’s mom and two sisters were there. His mom kept asking if I thought I could find it. I said I was going to come back at low tide a give it my best shot. Low tide was 2 am and I got there at 12 am. I grid from the top of the slope down into the water. I had grid for a while finding a few coins along the way. I started to worry but then BAM! A solid 13 on my Minelab Equinox. I said “Please don’t be another nickel”. But the tone was slightly different and the ring flopped out onto the sand.
I called Jared and told him I found his ring. He was in disbelief. He came down with his family including his mother. She immediately stated that she lost a bet against me finding the ring 🤪. His wonderful sisters said they knew I would find it. 😎 His wife was asleep. Jared was more than happy having his ring found and said his wife will be happy when she hears. Thank you for contacting me as it was not only my pleasure to reunite you with your heirloom but to meet you and your family and share a few laughs.
Received a call at about 7:00PM to look for a 18K diamond ring that was lost throwing a small stick. They knew exactly where in their back yard!! (In the grass) They were so emotional about it, and it sounded like a easy hunt, I went out immediately. I arrived before nightfall. A couple of things that I had not been told about. Grass was 3 to 4 feet tall, near a retention pond, and it included cattails!! Needless to say I did not find it.
I returned the next morning with a scythe (Yes I know how to use it! I’m OLD and cut grass with one along the highway for the county when I was a kid) a rake, and both my CTX and XPDeus detectors and all my coils. I cut some of the grass and started to search. After several hours of hard labor, I asked them to rent a industrial weedwacker. I cut more grass all the way to the retention pond and searched. 7 hours later…Nothing!
Returned the next day with Ron Shore another Ringfinder. I knew the ring was there and was very frustrated, but stubborn. We hunted for about 4 hours. Nothing. Both becoming frustrated. This seemed like an easy hunt. So I decided to start from scratch. I ran a gridline starting at the waters edge and worked my way back to where she had been standing. I checked out EVERY signal with my handheld pinpointer. Not 5 feet from where she was standing I found the ring. I marked the spot and told the woman that we decided to quit hunting since Ron and I were exhausted. I told her I had marked a spot that I had received a signal but I was too tired to look and would she check it out.. BINGO!!!!
Here is what was interesting and a lesson I learned. Ron was using the the AT Gold with a nell coil and I was using my CTX with my 17 Inch coil for coverage. Since I knew it was a very Large 18K ring ( Bigger than a mens College ring) I assumed the signal would BLAST us. NO way. The signal I got didn’t lock on and jumped around from 34 to 38 no solid red. Ron had the same issue. He said he would never have dug that signal. Perhaps the unique shape of the ring with different layers created the issue.
The lesson is to start at about 5 feet BEHIND the point of standing and grid Forward. Rings that are lost while throwing sticks generally are about 10 feet from the starting point. Rings are generally NOT where they think.