Got a call, she lost a small class ring about a year ago in a private volleyball court.
Found out the sand base was about 20″ deep so brought a large coil to punch down deep.
After being told it was lost a year ago I honestly did not have great hope of finding but still thought it was worth a try. (never give up)
After only about 15min of searching I hit something very deep and found it.
Her smile says it all.
Volleyball court search turns up lost ring
Got a call today from someone that lost his 30 year retirement gift ring, while playing basketball with his grandchildren.
After a couple hours of searching finally hit it, took a weird bounce and found it where it really should not have been, opposite side of the basketball net, must have hit the net and bounced back behind him. Anyway very happy to get it back to him.
Azhar called me yesterday around 5:40 pm wondering if I would be able to help him find his lost wedding ring which he had lost the other day at The Garneau Beach Volleyball Club. He explained to me that he had rented a metal detector and spent all day looking with no luck.
I met Azhar at the court and he explained to me that this was the second wedding ring he had lost, The first was while he was fishing in the middle of a lake. I told him that if his ring was in the court I would find it for him.
Azhar showed me the Garrett Ace 250 he was using to search the sand court. I told him that unit should have picked his ring up with no problem in the hand of an experience operator which he said that’s why he called me. He also told me he found lots of stuff in the three inside courts which gave me a clue to start my hunt from the first court and work my way along the outside of the court perimeter. Within 30 minutes I received a good signal at the end of the court away from where Azhar had initially looked, and now the ring is back on his finger another happy client. Thank you Azhar for intrusting me and the Ringfinders to locate your lost ring.