#georgianbay Tag | The Ring Finders

Tungsten wedding band lost into the waters of Georgian Bay in Perkinsfield, Tiny Township, Ontario

  • from Brampton (Ontario, Canada)

Jackson and his wife were visiting the Family’s local Tiny Township beaches area on Georgian Bay!

Having a relaxing day floating just off the shoreline Jackson’s hands were cold and his tungsten gold plated wedding band slipped off into the waters below.

They spent and hour looking for his wedding band with no luck.

Jackson googled ‘The Ring Finders’ directory, found my information and called me.

I headed up shortly after his call and detected in some very rough conditions until I couldn’t see anymore with the darkness. No luck, I agreed to return the next day re-gridding the area in case I missed any spots from being thrown around in the terrible conditions.

The next morning we headed back to the beach area and I re-gridded with no lunch. After a lunch break courtesy of Jackson’s Mother, Jackson and his Wife returned to the Family cottage. I was determined to continue the search in the other direction from my starting point. On my 3rd pass I had a solid 16/17 on my Minelab Equinox800 and at 4” in depth I knew this had to be his wedding band!!

  

I’m so happy to help recovery and return Jackson’s wedding band which gets him out of the dog house!!

Honored to meet his lovely Family and through conversations… we are actually Hydro Family!! I will be seeing them very soon!

check out the video on this wedding band recovery and return;

 

#Perkinsfield
#TinyTownship
#BalmBeach
#GeorgianBay
#lostring
#LostWeddingBand
#OntarioRingFinder
#TheRingFindersDotCom
#PinkPowerAlly
#TreasureHunter

MASSIVE 18k WHITE GOLD 24 DIAMOND WEDDING BAND LOST IN THE WATERS in THE BLUE MOUNTAINS, COLLINGWOOD, ON 🇨🇦

  • from Brampton (Ontario, Canada)

Large Family day gathering at the beach of Northwinds Beach, Georgian Bay in The Blue Mountains area of Collingwood, Ontario.

Dino was playing volleyball with his Family and extended Family in knee deep waters of Georgian Bay! Twenty minutes later Dino noticed his wedding band was missing. Eight to ten people were searching for 1 1/2 hours with no luck.

Dino’s brother-in-law remembered the group “The Ring Finders” and proceeded to get in touch with me. He sent a photo of the location along with a blurry photo of Dino’s wedding band!

I was in Wasaga Beach at the time and dropped everything to attend the emergency call-out 25 minutes away. When I arrived I went in with my cloths on as all my gear/wetsuits were wet!

After 4 grid passes in the area identified I located Dino’s stunning wedding band in 4 minutes and already 6” in down!!! We were lucky as the weight of the ring would continue to go deeper over time!

Then the surprise phone call to the brother-in-law and subsequently sent him a photo of Dino’s ring! HAPPY HAPPY!!!

The next day at work on my lunch hour I met Dino in Brampton to return his wedding band!! It’s the most incredible, massive, elegant and stunning men’s wedding band I have ever recovered and returned!! ZOOWEEMAMA!!!!

Check out the video on this wedding band return;

I was shocked with gratefulness at Dino’s extremely generous charity donation to the Kelly Shires breast Cancer Foundation. Dino received a tax receipt for his generous donation! This is part of my pay-it-forward program as I do charge a fee to go out but I do not take a reward after I find the list item!

I love using my passion for metal/scuba dive detecting to help others in need!!

THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH DINO!!! Your donation amount really shows me your appreciation for my help!! Blessings

#GeorgianBay
#TheBlueMountains
#BlueMountain
#Collingwood
#NorthwindsBeach
#Lostring
#OntarioRingFinders
#TheRingFinders
#PinkPowerAlly
#TreasureHunter

NEW iPHONE 12 DROPPED OFF A DOCK PORT SEVERN, MUSKOKA LAKES, ONTARIO 🇨🇦

  • from Brampton (Ontario, Canada)

Samantha and Friends were dockside enjoying a beautiful sunny cottage country day. She accidentally dropped her new iPhone 12 into the water between the two dock portions. They searched for hours but had trouble seeing the iPhone in the dark mucky waters below the dock.

I arrived late in the evening with my new lightweight battery operated hookah system BLU3 NEMO  and my trusty Minelab Excalibur2 underwater metal detector!

Took me but 5 seconds to see Samantha’s iPhone shinny side up! Check out the video!

One very happy young lady and another donation made to the Kelly Shires Breast Cancer Foundation charity in which Samantha received a tax receipt!!

Paying-it-forward!! I love using my passion for metal detecting and five detecting to raise much needed funds to financially support breast cancer patients in need 💖

  

18k 750 White Gold Wedding band lost in the waters of Wasaga Beach, ON 🇨🇦

  • from Brampton (Ontario, Canada)

Mr. Lee and his family decided to go swimming at Wasaga Beach #1 on his 25th wedding anniversary!

The waters were getting rough mid-afternoon. He felt his ring pop off his finger and he tried to find it!

I received a call shortly after and headed up after work meeting Mr Lee and his Family! I started my grid search pattern with Mr. Lee in the water beside me and had no luck. The waters were calming down but there was still a little bit of an undertow. I had no luck after searching for 4 to 5 hours and decided to go back early Saturday morning! I continued again starting to grid search To the East of the previous days attempt!

Once I got back to the area where Mr. Lee felt his ring come off, I decided because of the undertow to search 10 to 50 feet behind where the area.

i had a solid crisp signal on the Equinox 800 with an “11” VDI reading! There was Mr’ Lee’s wedding band in my scoop!!!

check out the video!!

 

 

Here comes my favorite part!!! “THE SURPRISE”

It was an honor and a pleasure to help Mr. Lee recover his precious lost wedding ring of 25 years! I will be grateful for his donation to the Kelly Shires Breast Cancer foundation when it comes in and he will receive a tax receipt for the amount!! My Pay-It-Forward” program !!

🌸💖🌸 Thank you Mr and Mrs Lee! Happy 25th Anniversary 🌸💖🌸

  

Woman Loses Diamond 18k Gold Engagement Ring Fused With Her Wedding Band Waist Deep in the Waters of The Blue Mountains Area of Collingwood, Ontario 🇨🇦

  • from Brampton (Ontario, Canada)

Received a phone call from Louise early this morning. She was quite upset that yesterday she saw her “engagement ring fused wedding band” came off her finger waist deep in Nottawasaga Bay Area of Georgian Bay in The Blue Mountains area of Collingwood, ON 🇨🇦 They

Her Husband of 36 years, Johan had used Google…and “The Ring Finders” website popped up!

I met them a few hours later. Started to search the area. Shortly after I expanded it close to shore and 2’ behind the stone marker I had a slamming signal on my Minelab Excallibur2!! One scope…the the surprise!! Quite tears of joy! These ring are extremely sentimental in more ways than one ♥️♥️

Johan had just stepped away for a few minutes when the rings were recovered so we made a 2nd surprise!

I am honoured to have helped in the recovery & return of Louise’s beautiful sentimental rings! I am also grateful for their generous donation to The Kelly Shires Breast Cancer Foundation!!! PAY-IT-FORWARD

Shout out to Jim at NORTHWINDS WATERSPORTS!!