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Lost Expensive Carbon Fiber JETSURF Hood at Leschi Seattle WA

from Mercer Island (Washington, United States)
Contact: 1-206-618-8194

  

SeattleRingHunter Lost Item Recovery Specialist LAND & SCUBA Call ASAP 206-618-8194

Here in Seattle we have had some really good weather and with good weather comes the water sports. Dakota contacted me seeking dive recovery support for an expensive carbon fiber lid he lost at the dock from his latest toy. We had a nice chat on the phone where he explained he had this super exciting carbon fiber surfboard that has a gas engine inside of the hull. However when he was moving the board around on the dock the lid came off, went into the lake and sank to 40 feet. The good news was that this just happened and they knew the drop zone precisely. The lid was brightly painted on one side and has a bright colored decal on the back side. Being rather large in size I had all the confidence that it would be a visual find on the surface of the silty lake bottom. I also learned that in all four corners there were metal latching pins on this part so if the silt got too aggressive I would have all opportunity to locate it with my metal detector as a backup plan.

As with many of these dock recovery missions there is typically a stock pile of trash and assorted items that fall into our water ways. Always a great opportunity for a dive in, trash out session as well.

Watch this exciting episode of the SeattleRingHunter Recovers Expensive Carbon Fiber JETSURF Hood. 

Dakota was appreciative for the recovery work provided. Before I left the site he was already gearing up to get back out into the water for some more exciting JETSURF fun.

Watch this exciting recovery video:

Cheers,

Jeff Morgan

#SeattleRingHunter

Cell Phone Recovery at the T Dock Greenlake Seattle WA

from Mercer Island (Washington, United States)
Contact: 1-206-618-8194

    

SeattleRingHunter Lost Item Recovery Specialist LAND & SCUBA Call ASAP 206-618-8194

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I received a call from a coworker that his friends daughter had recently lost her iPhone in Greenlake Seattle. She had been sitting on the T dock when her iPhone slipped out of her pocket and sank to the bottom of the lake. I learned it was a new iPhone so there was a good chance this phone had some basic water protections built in. We had high hopes that the phone would still be working after the recovery. After exchanging a few txt messages with Grece and a few screenshot it was very clear where the phone was lost. I told her she would not need to be present during the search. I agreed to head out in the next days to recover her phone and contact her with my results after my efforts.

Upon arriving at Greenlake it was moderately busy with walkers enjoying the park. The weather was absolutely amazing with fresh air pleasantly blowing lightly. The swimming areas of the lake had not been reopened due to social distancing policies so the activity on the lake waters was at a minimum with a few paddlers and some random kids swimming. Having the day at the dock I planned on prioritizing Grece’s iPhone recovery and then spending some additional time doing clean up and treasure hunting at this site.  When time allows it’s alway a great opportunity to pack out some garbage from our local waters. 

Our Greenlake park is extremely popular serving over one million visitors per year. Knowing that this is a very high traffic park and a hand full our our local underwater treasure hunting buddies visit this site often I was not prepared to find as many goodies under the dock waters as I did!

Watch this exciting episode of the SeattleRingHunter in full dive recovery mode to see how many cell phones were actually removed from Greenlake Seattle.

Please like, share, comment and subscribe to my YouTube channel #SeattleRingHunter and as always thanks for the support. I want to use this platform to get the word out of the amazing recovery services offered by the TheRingFinders.com members across the country!

Cheers,

Jeff Morgan

#SeattleRingHunter

Lost Cell Phone Lake Minnetonka

from Minnetonka (Minnesota, United States)
Contact: 1-612-998-7850

Sean Daly lives on the lake of all lakes here in the Twin Cities Lake Minnetonka. Friday night Sean called the Ring Finders and asked if we could come out and rescue his phone from the depths of the lake. I tossed my scuba gear in the truck and my metal detector

It is water proof

It is water proof

and took off for the lake for some scuba recovery. It was also a good thing that Sean’s phone was a new water proof model, I guess this was the real test for that. I put on my gear and headed for the water first I found the fishing pole then his  E cigarette and then the phone.

Again another happy customer thanks for calling the Ring Finders.