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Old 01-29-2017, 06:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Men's wedding ring. Over 30 years old. Never fell off in cold/ice fishing but must have. Email me at [email protected] if found please. Thanks
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That sucks. I hope you find it.
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Bummer! Scuba lessons and a metal detector may be needed.
Good luck.
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That SUCKS for sure! Big magnet on a line might work, I have one if you would like to try it! How deep were you fishing?
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That SUCKS for sure! Big magnet on a line might work, I have one if you would like to try it! How deep were you fishing?
Most folks don't cut their wedding rings off the end of a rusty galvanized pipe like you, T... magnet probably won't do it...
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Buddy paid $800 for two divers to search for his fiance's engagement ring when it fell off her finger at the dock in Lake Havasu. After four hours they "didn't find it."

They knew exactly where it fell off her finger and it was right next to the dock. I find it hard to believe that two divers, after four hours, couldn't find a $6k ring.

Anywho, good luck OP.
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Some big arsed striper might have seen the flash and slurped it in as it fell.
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Most folks don't cut their wedding rings off the end of a rusty galvanized pipe like you, T... magnet probably won't do it...
it wasn't rusty, I polished it for her!
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Big magnet on a line might work, I have one if you would like to try it!
Bwahahaahaha- Damn Tony a magnet? Really? Bwahaahahahaha-

Thats just BRUTAL!
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LOL! Hey, just trying to help any way I can!
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