Steve Bober

  • Recherche de terres / eaux peu profondes
  • Plongeur / Recherche sous-marine

Cost For My Service

I work on a reward basis, which means I ask that you pay only what you feel is fair when I find your lost item. I have a call out fee of $35 if the item is not found, this helps cover my fuel and expenses. Call out fee may be waived in special circumstances or adjusted for distance or if specialized equipment is required, but we can discuss this when you call. I also work with insurance companies on a percentage basis for recovery and return of the item vs a claim cash payout.

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4 Seasons, All Weather, Beaches, Parks, Fresh Water/Ocean& Yards... I am also SCUBA (PADI) certified and equipped to search underwater. I can also search for buried caches, time capsules placed in the past. If you've lost your ring, jewellery, keys, etc. in the snow, sand, or water please call me ASAP, as these mediums can shift the location of the item with time.

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Based out of Fredericton, NB, but I can hunt anywhere in New Brunswick and surrounding provinces. Willing to hunt anywhere internationally, just call and we can discuss details.

Steve Bober's Bio

I have been metal detecting since '82 (37 yrs).What I love finding most, is your treasures, things that are important and special to you, and then seeing the smiles and tears on your faces as I place, what you believed lost forever, back into your hands. In my hundreds of searches and thousands of hours of metal detecting experience, I can still picture each person's face as they saw their lost item back in their hands again. Those are the real treasures of doing what I do. Now I have the fortune to be working with an international team of metal detecting professionals and specialists here at The Ring Finders, and my hope is to add your smiling face to my memories. Please contact me, so I can help you.

Steve Bober - Recent Blog Post

  • Lost Wedding Ring Found 1 Year Later In Lincoln, NB (2021)

    I received a call from  about his wedding ring he lost while out hunting with his son. In the congratulating his son on his first deer, the ring came off of his finger and flew into the woods. They searched for it at the time and then came back on a couple of occasions to […]

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  • Lost Heirloom Bracelet found in Keswick Ridge, NB (2021)

    So I got a call from William who lost his 10K solid gold bracelet from his grandfather, that was given to him by his grandfather just before he passed away. He believed he lost it while at the cemetery near Keswick Ridge, NB or possibly at his parents house in Fredericton, New Brunswick, while cleaning […]

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  • Wedding Ring Takes Flight Bobec, NB (2021)

    So I got a call for a lost wedding ring. The gentleman was weeding his raised bed gardens in the fall to prepare them for replanting. At the end of the day, after discovering the missing ring he figured that on one of the many trips to throw the handfuls of weeds into the woods, […]

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  • Lost Pandora Charm Finds It’s Way Back To Her Wrist In Fredericton, NB (2019)

    I can’t put it in any better words, so here is Genevieve’s own story. “It’s back on my wrist where it belongs. I can’t even. First of all, I’ve never been one to be overly emotionally attached to a piece of jewelry. I mean I like my jewelry, but emotional attachment, not so much. If […]

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  • A Wedding Ring Goes Swimming At Mactaquac, NB (2018)

    So I got a call from Marie-Andrée that she had been at the beach with her family and her child reached up to grab her hand and pulled her wedding ring off of her finger. They searched for over an hour in the exact spot with no luck, then found me through The Ring Finders site. […]

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