TheRingFinders metal detecting service found and returned a lost Gold wedding ring at Carlsbad Beach.
It was 10:45 Friday night when I had recieved a text from Chris who just lost his Gold ring on the shoreline. I called him right away and He explained the story and exact location of where it may have slipped off when a Wave Crashed onto them at the water line.
I checked the Tide book and knew that it was high tide when this was lost and I would have to wait a few hours before I could thoroughly perform a water search with a Metal detector.
When I arrived to the scene at low tide,I noticed right away that the Ocean had Naturally pushed in soft sand over the past few days plus the beaches slope down to the waters edge had a fresh belly with seaweed. This means that the Gold ring would be Deep,Very Deep.. So I set my equipment up to the deepest settings and began my search sweeping slowly and listening to those faint sounds. After an hour or so and a few Corona caps nearly 2 feet deep,,I had covered the entire soft slope to only wonder if this ring was down beyond depth of any Metal detector may reach or maybe there’s that slim chance it could be simply buried up in the dry sand?
I figured that I should just scan up above the area and to the entrance of where he walked to the beach from.Soon after griding the dry sand I heard a certain tone on this detector..
I stopped and just kept swinging my coil over the target this way,that way,while Smiling because I knew it…One scoop in the sand,Then out came this Gold Wedding Band that he has worn for 14years. Thank you Chris for the kind reward.
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Everyone’s jewelry has a story attached to it and that story ends when its lost in the sand or ocean… The Ring Finders service will help bring their story to life again and continue that story by finding what people thought was lost forever. Rings, wedding bands, diamond engagement rings, diamond earrings, diamond tennis bracelets, watches, gold pendants… People who have given up the search now have a second chance!
Check out this lost ring story about a co-worker of mine. It took two trips, with one of them in the cold rain! Lucky for him, he skipped the Google search for Rent Metal Detector Verona and just called me. He has followed my other lost ring stories and metal detector searches over the years. We’ve actually joked about how often he loses his ring, and how it’d only be a matter of time before he called me. Well last month he lost his ring and needed a metal detector to find it.
Lost Ring Verona, WI
Kyle was planting raspberries along a fence. He thinks it fell off when he removed his gloves to shake a neighbors hand. I thought we’d have trouble with the metal nails and posts in the fence, but it wasn’t too bad. I almost immediately got a nice good strong gold signal when searching along the fence. However, all I found was 2 iron nails from when the fence was built. Experience told me that the signal still had to be there. Gold and Iron are in two completely different ranges on my metal detector, so I kept searching the area. Very next target was the ring we were looking for. This was lost ring found and returned #52 for me. Turns out 52 was Kyle’s high school football jersey number. Crazy!
Have you lost your ring? Looking to rent a metal detector in Madison, WI or surrounding area? Look no further and give me a call. My rates are very reasonable, often less than the cost to rent a metal detector on your own. I have operated www.LostandFoundRing.com for the past 3 years. I’d love to help you find your lost ring next! Remember time is the #1 differentiating factor between a lost ring and a found ring.
If you’re searching the internet because you lost a ring (or any type of jewelry) in Miami, Miami Beach, Hollywood or Ft. Lauderdale, or South Florida you came to the right place. I’ll search and retrieve your lost item. I am located in South Florida and do most of my detecting and retrieving on Miami beach (in and out of water). I also can detect parks, lakes, backyards, campgrounds, and playgrounds… Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me, time is of the essence when it come to finding your lost object. If you click on my name above you can see my other posts with a few more pictures and testimonials. Give me a call 305-608-1870
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I received a call from Tyler requesting my service this afternoon. He told me his ring flew off his finger while he was brushing the snow off his truck with his bare hand in a parking lot and he was very distraught. Today we received 4 inches of wet heavy snow and it was very important that the ring be found before the snow removal crew came to clean the snow up.
I told Tyler I would be down in half hour to look for it, he showed me roughly the area where his truck was parked, and it took me about 15 minutes to return his ring back on his finger.
I wanted to take the time to explain that renting a metal detector is a possible way to find your lost item. However I would like point out that if your knowledge of the detector is limited then you might be wasting your time and money. I would like to offer my metal detecting service to you so you can have the best chance at finding your lost item. Please look up your local Ring Finder at theringfinders.com or google lost ring Spokane or lastly visit my page at theringfinders.com/Luke.Schlining/. I am happy that you are reading this and I am excited to have the chance to help you find your lost item. Thank you for taking the time I hope you find what you have lost.
Please let me know how I can retain your services for finding my wedding ring lost in my back yard a few years back. I’m relatively certain it’s there somewhere.
Paul told me that he’d lost the ring while installing a sprinkler in his back yard. He’d considered renting a metal detector, but called TheRingfinders instead.
When we met at his house this week, the first thing I did was search the main yard. I recovered some coins, brass fittings and junk, but no ring. Then we dug up the sprinkler head itself and discovered some bad news-the pipe was 15 inches (38cm) underground, deeper than either of my metal detectors would be able to find a ring.
Before we did any more digging, I decided to search the side yard, over near the hose where Paul had washed off his hands on the day the ring was lost. Not far from the hose, I found a shallow target that showed as mixed metals on the detector display. But when I tried again at a 90-degree angle, the target separated in two, one clearly iron and one a more interesting metal. Digging just under the surface of the dirt, we found Paul’s ring.
Thank you for the reward, Paul! I’m glad we could recover your ring after it was lost for so long!
We recently were called up for a hunt to Castle Rock Lake, WI. Ring was lost at Alcatraz Island. We spent around 1.5 hours just trying to find the location they lost it in. The woman knew she had lost it there, but when we returned the landscape of the lake was totally different. The weekend before there were hundreds and hundreds of boats … the day we went up there were 5.
For the other lake hunters reading this, they can appreciate the difference that makes when trying to find a location in a lake. There are few landmarks to “grid” against. We had one photo taken from the day she lost it – which ended up being our treasure map. We spent 1.5 hours matching up that photo with the landscape, tree by tree. Then once we felt we were in the right location, I set up my 4 PVC pipes, which I use as grid markers in lake searches. 15 mins later – bingo. That feeling of pulling something so valuable out of a wide open lake is incredible.
We’ve started to GoPro our hunts, so below is a video from that day. I love capturing that moment we either show / tell someone we found their ring – truly priceless as you will hear in this video. I’ve also included a link to the full story of how the ring was lost and found from the woman’s point of view.