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Lost Wedding Ring on Beach in Sea Bright,New Jersey Recovered by NJ Lost Ring Finder!

from South Jersey (New Jersey, United States)
Contact: 1-856-296-9258

I received a call from John asking for my help recovering his wedding band he had lost the day before while on the beach. I had recovered a friend of his wedding band a few years back that was lost in the ocean in Long beach Island,NJ so he figured he’d give me a try? I arrived at the location where we had made arrangements at the private beach club to search the area where the ring was lost. I marked off the area and began my grid search waiting for John to arrive. After a few minutes of digging coins & trash John arrived and confirmed that I was in the right area but could probably shrink it down some more then what I had marked out. I told him I like to think outside the box and decided to just keep the search area the size I had chose since he told me that he moved his beach chair a few times throughout the day. About 20 minutes later there was his ring in my scoop! I called out to John and held his ring up! He was just amazed that i had found it and that was found just outside the area where he thought it was lost in so was glad I chose to go bigger. He was very excited and grateful for my service and looked forward to telling his wife the great news! Another great day of the beach! Recovery #102  

Lost Wedding Ring in Ship Bottom,NJ Recovered by Ed Cropski

from South Jersey (New Jersey, United States)
Contact: 1-856-296-9258

I received a call from Frank who explained that while jumping off a dock while on vacation he had lost his wedding ring 2 weeks ago. He stated that the location was on the bay and during low tide the water was only a few feet deep and the bottom was firm sand. Although he had attempted to search for it in the area he was unsuccessful. We agreed to meet at the location the following weekend with the outgoing tide and as I entered the water I felt confident with the search as the conditions were as he had described and the area was small. After about 40 minutes of digging stainless steel screws from the recently constructed dock and a few trash items I was starting my 2nd grid search of the area and received a nice solid gold signal from my White’s metal detector. Sliding my long handle sand scoop into the sand I was happy to seeing his gold ring laying in the bottom as the water washed the sand away. Overlooking from the dock above a sudden look of happiness and relief came to his face as I said “Bingo!”and handed him the ring. He was very thankful and called his wife right away with the great news! Another great day! Recovery #94