#TownshipOfGeorgianBay Tag | The Ring Finders

Tungsten wedding band lost into the waters of Georgian Bay in Perkinsfield, Tiny Township, Ontario

  • from Brampton (Ontario, Canada)

Jackson and his wife were visiting the Family’s local Tiny Township beaches area on Georgian Bay!

Having a relaxing day floating just off the shoreline Jackson’s hands were cold and his tungsten gold plated wedding band slipped off into the waters below.

They spent and hour looking for his wedding band with no luck.

Jackson googled ‘The Ring Finders’ directory, found my information and called me.

I headed up shortly after his call and detected in some very rough conditions until I couldn’t see anymore with the darkness. No luck, I agreed to return the next day re-gridding the area in case I missed any spots from being thrown around in the terrible conditions.

The next morning we headed back to the beach area and I re-gridded with no lunch. After a lunch break courtesy of Jackson’s Mother, Jackson and his Wife returned to the Family cottage. I was determined to continue the search in the other direction from my starting point. On my 3rd pass I had a solid 16/17 on my Minelab Equinox800 and at 4” in depth I knew this had to be his wedding band!!


I’m so happy to help recovery and return Jackson’s wedding band which gets him out of the dog house!!

Honored to meet his lovely Family and through conversations… we are actually Hydro Family!! I will be seeing them very soon!

check out the video on this wedding band recovery and return;



Man loses 18k wedding band on a dock Stewart Lake, Mactier, ON 🇨🇦

  • from Brampton (Ontario, Canada)

Mass & Joanne were at their Friends cottage on beautiful Stewart Lake in Mactier, Ontario in the Township of Georgian Bay in absolutely breathtaking Muskoka Region.

They were enjoying a lovely day on the dock when they heard a click and a clang. Mass realized his 18k yellow/white gold wedding band had slipped off his finger, hit the deck and dropped into the water below.

They searched that day with no luck. They were up early to search the next morning with again no luck. Joanne googled “how to find a lost ring” and “THE RING FINDERS” directory came up. We traded emails throughout the week and set a date and time!

I arrived and shortly after Joanne and the cottage owners arrived! We brought all my gear down and here’s how it went….

It too 22 seconds to hear “that” distinctive gold tone on my Minelab Excalibur2… Then 36 seconds to get safety get under the dock to grasp the wedding band amongst the debris!!

Happy to help this couple out and grateful their charitable donation to the Kelly Shires Breast Cancer Foundation!! PAYING IT FORWARD!! Thank you Mass & Joanne!