lost ring Maine Lake Tag | The Ring Finders

Lost engagement ring recovered from Clary Lake in Jefferson, Maine

  • from Rockport (Maine, United States)
  1. J

I headed to Clary Lake in Jefferson, Maine this morning to recover Carly’s engagement ring, it was lost in 14ft of water while swimming in a cove across the lake from her camp with friends and family on the 4th of July. After losing the ring the site was marked with a buoy giving a good reference point for use when starting my search. But, as with most of my searches, due to sediment being churned up there was zero visibility.

Ring lost while swimming in Sebago Lake Maine, recovered

  • from Rockport (Maine, United States)

I received a call from a lady named Cherish, who had lost her wedding ring while swimming in Sebago Lake in Standish, Maine. I made the two hour drive to the location which also included about a half mile hike to the beach where the ring was lost. After only about 5 minutes I was able to locate it in about 4 ft of water but about 2-3 inches below the sand. Drove home happy to have reunited the owner with this family heirloom. 

Diamond Engagement Ring lost in Sebago Lake, Maine recovered

  • from Rockport (Maine, United States)


I was contacted by Adam who was vacationing on Sebago Lake to search for the engagement ring of his fiancée Sonya. They and a group of friends were swimming and hanging out in about waist deep water when the ring was lost. The group began searching for the ring in the loose sandy lake bed and did so for better than an hour to no avail. I received the call that night and upon my arrival the following day I began a broad visual search of the bottom all the while soliciting some help with a prayer to Saint Anthony. I then began sweeping  the suspected loss area with my detector, finding a chunk of iron, sparkler, bullet shell, rusty nail  and a brass button. Expanding my grid toward shore I found the ring in knee deep water located about 5 inches into the sand, which was probably the result of the groups search efforts the previous evening. A happy ending to the story and this group of friends, especially the Bride and Groom to be will return to New Jersey tomorrow with smiles and a good story of disaster averted, thanks to The Ring Finders. A portion of the generous reward I received will be donated to the Autism Society of Maine, a cause close to Adam’s heart as his brother has Autism Spectrum Disorder.