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Metal Detecting for a Lost Gold Wedding Band at Alouette Lake in Maple Ridge.

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

This past week has been very busy and I love it! I work 12 + hours a day and when I get off work I’ll go on a night search as we all know timing is everything when a ring is lost in a public place. The call I received yesterday was a distress call form a young man who lost his gold wedding band in Alouette Lake in Maple Ridge.After talking to Ray on the phone we decided to meet at 7:00 am at the park to search for his lost ring. When we met I could tell how much his ring meant to him as we talked about how it was lost. Its great to see men these days that are so much in love with their wife’s and to see how much that ring means to them and how bad they want it found!  Ray helped me on my search today and he also spent a good amount of time snorkelling to try and find it…If you have never lost a ring you probably will never know the sick feeling you get thinking you’ll never see it again…  Ray was very grateful when after close to 4 hours of searching the ring showed itself…Thank you Ray for the kind reward and I hope you never lose your ring again! I love my job! Lost something? Call me ASAP!You can watch the video of the search below…https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFqRH8sUeS0

Lost Platinum Wedding Band at English Bay Beach, Vancouver…Found

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)



I helped David find his Platinum wedding band that he lost in the ocean 3 days before we made contact. He told me the story that just before they left the beach for home he was washing the sand off his daughter when he felt the ring come off his finger and into the water.

He spent the next 45 minutes searching for his wedding ring in the not so warm water but so often the end result is the sand wins! That’s only temporary as ”The Ring Finders” are there to help!



If David could put me in the area I will find it, if someone hasn’t beat me to it.

Well after searching the first area just 2 hours before dark we didn’t ┬áhave any luck. David started to think that he put me in the wrong location after his wife sent him a picture of him in the water. I decided to return the next morning for low tide and search the new area…



It took 2 hours and I found the ring! I love a good hunt! And I love my job!

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You can watch the video of the search below…