Lost a metal Object ? Find Someone who can help.
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I'm new to the forum,
I have dropped my 9 Carat gold ring into the edge of a canal in East London, I know roughly the square foot it is in. I have joined the forum hoping to find any local detector enthusiasts to help me pin point more precisely, as I would love to have my ring back :-(
It's not a deep section of canal, I tried to scrape with a fishing landing net but to no avail.
Any help is appreciated, it's on the Lee River not far from Springfield park in East london
Yours with curiousity,
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300 miles distance from me sorry but you`ll need a pretty local detectorist with a Wet suit and a submersible detector preferably, such as an Minelab Equinox or a Nokta Anfibio to name just a couple ,as Canal bottoms can be pretty mucky and surrounded by loads of Iron/steel items like bike frames etc ..
Hope it pans out with a good result for you anyway ..
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I’m not a million miles away from you , but my detector isn’t submersible either ,Someone on here may be able to help you though , Good luck