Jack sent me a text message early Saturday morning asking if I could help find his lost ring. Jack explained to me he was body surfing Wednesday afternoon when the ring slid off of his finger. He felt the tide was High during that time and the ring would be found in the wet sand. Upon arrival, Jack led me to the beach and pointed out the boundaries he believed the ring was within and the search began parallel to the water from high to low. After a few passes, only 1 dime was found. I eventually made it to where the surf was rolling in over the beach. This isn’t much of a problem, it just slows the search process. Finally, I received a strong signal on my metal detector and my deep & wide scoop went to work and pulled out a large amount of sand containing Jack’s ring. Jack was working on the other side of the home and didn’t understand why I returned so soon. He and his family couldn’t believe his ring was found so quickly.
The Morning of July 11th, 2022 I received a voicemail from Dana. She said that her husband had lost his wedding ring the night before at the annual Ribfest near their home. She said that the crews were there taking down the tables and chairs but they had already secured permission from the crew and the local police to conduct a search. I brought along my wife Jennifer since the ring was lost in such a large area, I figured 2 people could cover more ground much quicker. After meeting up with Dana and her husband John we grabbed our gear and the 4 of us walked over to the area where John had been sitting during the festivities. John gave us a rough outline of the areas where he had moved around to during his time there and where he had been sitting most of that time. I decided to start at the farthest point and work back towards where John had been sitting, while that’s where Jen started. John and Dana said they were going to walk back home and to call or text them if we found it. Before I could get to the far end Jen said she had a strong, shallow signal, so I went back to help her retrieve it from the hard packed dirt. Bam! Jen’s first signal! Right where John said he was sitting was John’s ring! In less than 10 minutes I sent Dana a text with pictures saying “Good news!!”
Found it! I received a call earlier tonight just as a thunderstorm was moving in from a woman on the beach in Atlantic City who was looking for help finding her husband’s white gold wedding band in the sand. Being an hour away and the thunderstorm bearing down on my area and headed towards the coast along with the darkness of night I didn’t have much time to make this one happen.Arriving on the beach and meeting Keisha she had an area marked out where they were during the day. I began my grid search and on the third pass and forth target I got a solid 55 on my new Deus 2 metal detector and scooped the sand and discovered his ring in the scoop! She was amazed at how fast I had found it and just in time as the rain was starting to come down.
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I received a text from Caroline about her lost ring in Sea Isle City, NJ. It is very sentimental because it’s the first piece of jewelry her boyfriend gave her. She put that ring and another one in her cup holder but forgot to tell her boyfriend they were in there, so both dropped in the sand when he closed the beach chair. I met her on the beach and started to search.
After a few scans with the metal detector, the rings were found!
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Found it! Beautiful Custom made 18k diamond ring with a huge amount of sentimental value recovered from the surf this morning after about 20 minutes of searching. Lost yesterday afternoon in the shallow surf when a wave hit her. Thank you Steve Pacifico for the assistance!
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Found it! Lost men’s gold wedding band on the beach in LBI yesterday. I got out there first thing this morning and got the job done! Another happy customer!
I received a call from Mike out in Voorhees yesterday looking for some help recovering his college ring he lost while cleaning up his backyard a few days ago.
He knew the area he was working in so it had to be close but with the leaves it was hidden from sight. After about a half hour of searching I got the hit I was looking for and ge was reunited with his cherished ring!
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I received a call from Bill explaining that his girlfriend had lost her ring on the beach yesterday as she had it in the cup holder on her chair when applying sunscreen and forgot it was there until leaving the beach. Although not a valuable ring it was given to her when she was a kid by her parents so it meant the world. He remembered the general area where the were sitting and after about 20 minutes I handed him the ring and he called here with the great news. Another happy customer! Recovery #133
I got a text about a lost ring. The owner had already gone home. They told a general area where it was lost. After searching and gridding the area off no luck. I called her for more info and she provided me a pic she took on the beach and 10 minutes later BAM! I mailed it back and she has received it. (Husbands ring) I will add his pic in the future when I receive it. Gigmaster on Youtube
Targets on the beach were far and few between but I got a good signal at the water line. As i was digging I noticed a guy in a chair behind me watching. When I brought the ring up he yelled “That’s my ring”. Of course we have all heard that story but he said he lost it yesterday and actually showed me a picture of it on his hand. His wife showed up and I showed it to her before he talked to her and she yelled that looks like your ring! Long story short he got his ring back. Gigmaster on Youtube