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Lost Hierloom Custom Gold Wedding Ring in Thick Shrubbery … Found with Pinpointer Metal Detector .. Laguna Niguel, CA.

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“I FIND JEWELRY”  call Stan the Metal Detector Man if you need  help ..  949-500-2136

*** Whiley was walking through a neighborhood park on a sidewalk. Both sides of the sidewalk had thick waist high landscapes bushes.  He made a jester with his left hand and his gold wedding ring went flying off his finger into the bushes. 

Whiley called me the next day and I met him the shortly after he called. When we got to the location, he couldn’t give me the exact location. He did narrow it down to a 20ft. length along the sidewalk. He also said,  he didn’t hear it hit the cement.

Leaving me at the location he went off to an appointment saying he would check with me after he took care of his previous obligation.

I had several metal detectors with me because it was such a crazy environment. First covered under and on the surface of bushes with the 11 inch coil. Then all the places I could search with the smaller 6 inch coil.. No success, so I went with the Garrett Carrot pinpointer on a extension pole. 

BOOM!! I was poking the pinpointer halfway into the 4ft. high bushes. I heard a signal about 18 inches into the thick bush. When I investigated where the signal came from, I could see the gold ring lying on a thick nest of branches and dead leaves. 

I took a photo of the ring , texting it to Whiley. He and his wife met me a half hour later, overjoyed and amazed that it was found in that impenetrable maze of bushes. As many of searches as I have done, this was also surprised at where the ring was hiding. Almost all searches are unique, We never know  “ What, When, Where or IF “  the item can be located.

“I WILL TRY ANYWHERE “ Call Now, I can answer any questions about finding your lost valuable .. Stan .. 949-500-2136

Lost Tungsten Wedding Ring .. Found in aPark .. Irvine , CA.

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)

Saturday Aug. 8, 2015

Brandon was at the PGF softball platinum championships .. Illinois Sparks vs KC Sparks played at Barber Park, Irvine, CA. He helps out with the event. Just before the game started he rinsed of his hands with some ice water. Standing outside the announcer’s booth he shook his hands and his tungsten wedding band hit the cement walkway bouncing into the landscape shrubs which sloped 30 ft. downhill.
He asked me if I had a extension for my metal detector because he thought the ring may be far under the shrubbery. It’s hard to tell what conditions we are dealing with while talking on a cell phone. I grabbed a long extension pole and a rake throwing them in my truck. Possibly I could tape a pinpointer to long pole. I wouldn’t know till o get there.
The shrubs covered a whole area about 30ft. down a 45% slope. There was actually about 12 to 16 inches under the shrubs that allowed me to climb beneath with a pinpointer. After that we raked the leaves down the hill where I passed the detector over the leaves. Brandon was raking the last section of leaves to the bottom of the slope when I heard him yell out.. I found it!! As he raked the last pile of leaves the ring being heavier fell out on the clear ground, making it easy to spot. The ring had bounced or rolled more than 25 ft down the slope through partially leaf covered hard packed soil settling beneath the leaves. It was getting to be that time of the search where we only had one more place to try. Things were looking bleak. The whole search was about an hour and a half, but we didn’t give up. Sure glad I brought a rake. These searches get emotional especially when it gets close to giving up. Then that last minute surprise pushes all the built up pressure to a joy of the recovery!! I really don’t have the words to express this. Brandon did tell me that this would definitely put him in good standing with his wife..