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Lost Gold Wedding Band…Found in Bay at Fenwick Island, Delaware

  • from Washington (District of Columbia, United States)

Tyler’s Handsome 14 Karat Gold Wedding Band Raised Up From the Depths of Fenwick Island’s Bay!

Tyler Beyond Thrilled as He Shows Off His Most Special 14 Karat Gold Wedding Band Once Again! 

BRIAN RUDOLPH, LOST ITEM RECOVERY SPECIALIST (LAND, WATER, SAND, SNOW, LEAVES, HOUSES & VEHICLES) WILL FIND YOUR LOST KEEPSAKE! CALL ASAP (301) 466-8644!

I received a call from a young man named Tyler who lost his 14 karat yellow gold wedding band in the bay at Fenwick Island, Delaware. He saw the ring fly into the water as he was applying sunscreen lotion just before taking the boat out with his wife and family for an all day cruise.

When Tyler realized that he needed to call for a professional metal detectorist in the Fenwick Island area, he searched online and found THE RING FINDERS – an international directory of metal detectorists who specialize in recovering lost rings for people around the world.

I was so happy to talk with Tyler and once I got the story of what happened to his ring, we set up an early morning appointment the following day. I left my house at 3:30am to arrive in Fenwick Island, Delaware by 7am and then meet up with Tyler by 8am. Once I arrived at Tyler’s beach house located on the bay side, he took me around back and showed me his personal dock where the boat was tied up. He had moved the vessel over to another slip so that I was able to easily work near the location where the wedding band went into the water.

Tyler showed me the exact spot where the ring disappeared into the 5 feet of water below, next to a piling. I told the young man that I would get my equipment and get the party started.

Within a few minutes, I was back out on the dock, testing the water for any live electricity with my Shock Alarm. Everything was safe and ready for me to then adjust my detector to the correct settings to help my efforts in finding the sentimental keepsake.

With my wetsuit and detecting harness on and my sand scoop and waterproof metal detector in hand, I jumped into the water off of the dock and started my search for Tyler’s ring.

Slowly and methodically, I swung the detector coil from left to right seeking out the most credible target signals in the area where Tyler saw the ring enter the water. There were all kinds of pieces of metal down below and I had to determine which signals to investigate and others to ignore.

Within a couple of minutes, a fantastic target signal registered on my screen and sounded through my headphones. The only problem was that the piece of metal was resting very close to the piling that was in the corner of the slip. I wasn’t sure if I could capture the item in my scoop or not, yet I was determined to give it all of my effort to see exactly what it was.

After several attempts to scoop up the particular target that I was after, I waived the detector over the area near the piling and curiously, I no longer could hear the signal anymore. Though I was a bit pessimistic that the item was in my amazing Xtreme X3 titanium sand scoop developed and manufactured by Ring Finder member John Volek, I still sifted through the silt and mud that remained in the scoop just to make sure. To my greatest surprise, I took notice of a handsome piece of yellow gold shining in the middle of the remaining silt in the scoop! I did it! I found Tyler’s missing gold wedding band! I was able to successfully recover it from the depths of the Fenwick Island Bay!

I was absolutely taken back at that moment as I picked up the ring from within the scoop! All of the family that were hanging out on the second floor screened-in balcony cheered me on as I waived the ring in the air from within the water and then excitedly handed it back to its proper owner!

Seeing how happy this moment made Tyler and his wife Sarah was worth the 3 hour journey to the beach and then another 3 hours inland to my next client! Helping others recover their lost treasures and sentimental keepsakes like I did for this couple is something so special to be a part of! I consider this happy ending story for Tyler and Sarah to be my lost treasure found…another smile recovered!

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